Links to other sites.

 

There are not too many other internet sources for the student of the Early Church in Alba. However, if you do know of any other related sites please e-mail us and let us know their URL's

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We have, however, found the following to be of interest. Some are related directly to the "celtic" church whilst others are just good links for those who have a passion for Alba!

Celtic / Pictish Church:

Catholic Saints: http://community.catholic.org/saints/

Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments Scotland: http://www.rcahms.gov.uk/

The Church of the Culdees: http://www.continet.com/culdee/

Rob Harbison's pages ( winner of the Order of St Andrew from us). Brilliant site with a wealth of information about many areas of Celtic understanding. Learned contributions to the body of knowledge relating to early monasticism in Cymru: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/3615

Index to Parishes of the Isle of Man: http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Contrib/manx/parishes/index.htm#dedications/

Source of information about Celtic Saints of Eire (winner of our Order of St Drostan): http://www2.gol.com/users/stuart/celtsnt.html

Rule of St Columba (Colum Cille): http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/columba-rule.html

Artefacts of the Diocese of Limerick (incl. Ardagh Chalice and O'Dea Mitre): http://www.limerick-diocese.org/history/ode-mit.html

  The Celtic Republic of Appalachia (winner of one of the Order of St Erchard). Very good site and, yes, its is real!: http://www.leyline.org

 

Go to Celtic Christianity Web-Ring

 

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For the enthusiastic "surfer" take a look at:

Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments (Scotland): http://www.rcahms.gov.uk

Searchable Archive of Scotland's History and Culture (Millenium Project): http://scran.ac.uk

Celt Corpus of Electronic Texts (from the University of Cork): http://www.ucc.ie/celt/ new

Information from the USA about the (second) Reformation of 1560: http://www.reformation.org

Free Graphics by Syruss: http://www.syruss.com/

The Gregorian Chant Home Page (winner of our Order of St Erchard): http://silvertone.princeton.edu/chant-html/ new

 

For some free graphics try:

Link to Celtic Art

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