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Paula Vigil
Paula Vigil • 2 years ago

THE BELL OF ST. PATRICK - 8th-9th century AD - This bell is reputed to have belonged to St. Patrick. It is made of two sheets of iron which are riveted together and coated with bronze. This bell is frequently mentioned in written sources as one of the principal relics of Ireland.

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