Cormac's Chapel Cashel. Sketch of Tympanum North Porch
Sketch of the tympanum over the north portal of Cormac's Chapel, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland. It shows a centaur with Norman-style helmet on the right firing an arrow at a large lion.
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[between 1826 and 1876].
Inscribed in ink on verso is the name "Sam Cooper" with details of acres, roads and perches of land, and valuations.
See earlier and similar drawing of the tympanum (2122 TX (4) 29(A)).
Title inscribed in ink u.c.
Watermark bears the letters "PROPATRIA 18[?]6".
Physical description: 1 drawing : pen & wash ; 17.2 x 20.8 cm.
Citations/References: Ancient Ireland / Jacqueline O'Brien and Peter Harbison. - London, 1996 p. 114-117 with brief bibliography on p. 246