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Chapter 4

Early Christian Ireland

TermDefinition
Monks
Habit
Tonsure
Refectory
Oratory
Abbot
Cell/Hut
Monasteries were centres of.. Prayer and religion
Alms
Scriptorium
Scribes
Quills
Vellum
Parchment
Brightly coloured inks were made from.. Crushed berries/beetles/metals
Cathach
Book of Durrow
Book of Kells
Cross of Muirdeach
Chalices
Crosiers
Book Shrines
Reliquaries
The Ardagh Chalice
Filigree
St Columcille Founded a monastery at Iona in Scotland
St Aiden Started a monastery at the island of Lindisfarne in England
St Columbanus Founded monasteries at Luxeuil(France) and Bobbio(Italy)
St Gall Started a monstery in Switzerland and has the Swiss city of St Gallen now named after him
The Golden Age of Irish Learning and Christianity When monks converted Europeans to Christianity and also produced beautiful manuscripts in the Irish style
A Rath/Lios A ring fort
Souterrain An Underground tunnel, used to keep food cool or as an escape in times of attack
Monastery Place where monks, prayed, worked and studied, usually located near rivers(Clonmacnoise)/homes of kings(Armagh)/isolated places(Skellig Micheal)
Created by: efstudy