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Whoever will give such information as will lead to the discovery of the same, to M Fogarty, Harold, and other newspapers regularly carried about five such advertisements on their front or second page each issue.
Although the ads continued into the twentieth century, their popularity waned in the 1890s, The notesheets date from 1921, and so if Joyce is transcribing (and perhaps adapting) his source, we might expect that the source too dates from 1921.
The figure shows the Frequency of occurence of Easter Sunday on dates from 22 March to 25 April.
This year, the full moon is on 23 March and the following Sunday, ten days from today, is Easter Day.
The three Viking-style battle axes recovered from one of the vessels will be a centrepiece in the National Museum’s Battle of Clontarf commemorative exhibition, which is due to open later this month.
Annaghkeen log boat The oldest of the vessels located, the 4,500-year-old Annaghkeen log boat, had already been lying on the bed of Lough Corrib for 3,500 years when the Vikings arrived, Capt Northage has pointed out.
The last Easter on 22 March was in 1818 and the next will not be until 2285, quite a while away.
The vessels were discovered by marine surveyor Capt.
Trevor Northage while mapping the western lake to update British admiralty charts.
Investigative dives were subsequently carried out last summer by the underwater archaeology unit (UAU) of the National Monuments Service, and radiocarbon dating of samples was then conducted.
Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan, who was informed of the finds recently, has described them as “exceptional”.