Ulster Journal of Archaeology 1898-1899. Volume Five Numbers 1 - 4. Belfast: McCaw, 1899. Pp 245. Half calf, cloth boards, title letteres in gilt on spine. A near fine copy
Illustrated throughout with plates & text drawings.
The Ulster Journal of Archaeology, a peer-reviewed academic journal, is the longest established and foremost repository of excavation reports and other papers on archaeological research in Ulster. The First Series of the Ulster Journal of Archaeology was edited by RS MacAdam and ran from 1853 to 1861. A Second Series, from 1894 to 1911, was edited by FJ Bigger.