Power, Prayer and Patterns - Life in Medieval Ireland
To celebrate St. Brigid’s day, take a tour of our Medieval Ireland exhibition with a special emphasis on archaeological evidence from the lives of women. Join Museum Educator Annie Birney to discover how the themes of power, work and prayer dominated the lives of people living in the Middle Ages and learn more about artefacts associated with women like shrine of St. Brigid’s shoe. No booking required. Places allocated on a first come basis. Not wheelchair accessible.
Sat 02 Feb at 1pm - 1.45pm
Event Type: Tour
Audience: Adults & Children 12+
Venue: Kildare Street (Archaeology)
For info see: https://www.museum.ie/Visit-Us/Events?id=3975
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