Saint Bridget's Chair

Dublin Core

Title

Saint Bridget's Chair

Subject

Holy Wells--Travelogues--Philip Dixon Hardy--Etching

Description

Caption: "Saint Bridget's Chair stands close to the water's edge, and which, it is said, whoever once sits, is ever after preserved from accident and sudden death."

Creator

Engraved for Philip Dixon Hardy, 1794-1875

Source

Hardy, Philip Dixon, The Holy Wells of Ireland : Containing an Authentic Account of Those Various Places of Pilgrimage and Penance Which Are Still Annually Visited by Thousands of the Roman Catholic Peasantry. With a Minute Description of the Patterns and Stations Periodically Held in Various Districts of Ireland.

Publisher

Hardy & Walker, Dublin

Date

1840

Contributor

Digitised by archive.org, sponsored by Boston Public Library

Rights

Public domain

Format

Monograph

Language

English

Type

Holy wells
Text

Identifier

DD_0008

Coverage


54.600466, -7.863156

References

http://archive.org/details/holywellsofirela00hard

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Etching

Files

2858a7b8abca0f41daca4e500e2fcdc6.jpg

Collection

Citation

Engraved for Philip Dixon Hardy, 1794-1875, “Saint Bridget's Chair,” Digital Derg: A Deep Map, accessed July 16, 2024, https://digitalderg.eu/items/show/8.

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