A Tomb in the Church of Duleek, Co;y Meath

A:C: delin: 13th. June 1783 ; Pinx: 5th July
Main Creator: Cooper, Austin, 1759-1830, artist
Summary:View of the effigy of a bishop shown in his pontificals, carrying a crozier in his left hand, with a coat of arms on the upper left-hand corner. This effigy is located in the ruined church at Duleek, County Meath, Ireland. It is normally identified as being the effigy of Dr. James Cusack, Bishop of Meath from 1679 to 1688
Published / Created: 1783
Notes:From: Antiquities of Abbeys, Castles & c. & c. in Ireland, Vol. I

Title inscribed in ink l.c. on sheet

Watermark u.l. on sheet is part of a large shield, crowned

Physical description: 1 drawing image 19.4 x 9.3 cm., on sheet 26.6 x 18.2 cm.

Citations/References: An Eighteenth Century Antiquary : The Sketches, Notes and Diaries of Austin Cooper (1759-1830) / Liam Price (ed.). - Dublin 1942 page 98

Citations/References: "Appendix. Archaeological remains of the Llanthony granges at Duleek and Colp" in "Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland, Studies presented to F.X. Martin, o.s.a." / John Bradley (ed.). - Kilkenny, 1988 pages 321-326

Credits:Attributed to Austin Cooper
As a digital copy of this item is available, the original will not be issued.
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