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King Cormac (d.1138) and the Fair Eithne, engraved by J.Rogers, from The History of Ireland by T.Wright, 1855

by Henry Warren

King Cormac (d.1138) and the Fair Eithne, engraved by J.Rogers, from The History of Ireland by T.Wright, 1855 - Henry Warren
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King Cormac (d.1138) and the Fair Eithne, engraved by J.Rogers, from The History of Ireland by T.Wright, 1855 - Henry Warren

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English: "King Cormac (d.1138) and the Fair Eithne, engraved by J.Rogers, from The History of Ireland by T.Wright, 1855" oil on Canvas.
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1855

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Henry Warren

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