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Adult Appearances?: The Representation of Children and Childhood in Medieval Art  

Sophie Oosterwijk

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May 2018
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Jun 2018
It is often assumed that children do not really occur in medieval art. The problem for researchers is not so much one of finding representations of childhood, but of recognizing them. ... More

Children’s Burial Grounds (cillíní) in Ireland: New Insights into an Early Modern Religious Tradition  

Colm J. Donnelly and Eileen M. Murphy

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May 2018
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Jun 2018
Children’s burial grounds (cillíní) are a recognized class of Irish archaeological monument that were used as the designated burial places for unbaptized infants among the Roman Catholic ... More

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