P0596
 
P0596
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P0596a
 
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Surname Schorthals
First Name James
Nickname  
Dating 1370?
Location Kilkenny
Life dates +1534
Title Lord of Ballylarkin and Ballykeefe
Close relatives wife - Katherine Whyte (+1507)
Type of the object  
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny
Date of manufacturing  
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St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny - Tomb of James Schorthals

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St Canice Cathedral, Kilkenny: The tomb of James Shortals and Katherine Whyte 1507. The inscription reads "Here lie JAMES SCHORTALS, Lord of Ballylarkin and Ballykeefe who had this tomb made in 1507 and his wife KATHERINE WHYTE". It was the fashion of the time to commission your tomb while you were still alive, which he still was in 1534 aged ~70!
The figures are St. Peter, Paul, James minor, Thomas, Bartholomew and John.

датировка установлена предположительно как промежуточная между ближайшими комплексами (P0594, 1380? и P0590, 1355?) - широкие поперчные полосы более ранней бригандины стали квадратными пластинами такой же высоты, портупея еще на поясе

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P0596b
 
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Surname Butler (Butlers of Ormond)
First Name Piers (Pierce) Fitz (FirzJames)
Nickname Oge
Dating 1365?
Location Kilcooly
Life dates +16 May 1526
Title  
Close relatives father - James 'Oge' Butler (d. after 1438)
Children
Theobald Butler
James 'Oge' Butler b. c 1473
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition Kilcooly Abbey, Kilcooley, County Tipperary, Ireland
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
sculpted by Rory O'Tunny (fl. c. 1541 – 1542) was an Irish sculptor
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Kilcooley Abbey, Kilcooley, County Tipperary - Effigy of Pierce Fitz Oge Butler

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This glorious well preserved tomb is marvellously carved. Piers Butler tomb records his death as taking place in 1526 and has some beautiful carvings of 10 apostles on the side of it carved by Rory O Tunney who is also noted for his work in Jerpoint Abbey. On top of Butler tomb there is the effigy of a knight with a dog curled up at his feet. The knight though hasn't fared well through the years and most of his face has been chipped off.

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a "tomb chest," of the knight Piers Fitz Oge Butler. It has a superb set of carvings around its sides. On top is a carved figure of Butler with a no-doubt, beloved dog poignantly lying at the feet of his departed master.
There is a Latin inscription that translates to: 'Here lies, together with his parents, Pierce Fitz Oge Butler, who died on the feast of St Benedict, Abbot, A.D. 1526."

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датировка установлена 1365? чтобы отделить от близкого, но более развитого комплекса P0596, 1370? и приблизить к менее развитому, но очень похожему P0592, 1350? (ширина полос бригандины, глубина кольчужного оплечья)

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