The Minstrels – Framed
This piece is taken from the panel ” The Walling of Ros”.
The bustling Norman ville of Ros was unusual in Ireland in that it had no protective wall surrounds for the first sixty years of its existence..The Guilds are seen marching up the steep incline from the town centre to take up their shift. The ladies with some children arrive to see what their Sunday work will be like, and earth from the huge fosse is drawn down to the town to establish a garden. The banners shown are those of, among many others, the guilds of masons, drapers and vintners of Ros. The bustling Norman ville of Ros was unusual in Ireland in that it had no protective wall surrounds for the first sixty years of its existence. The Minstrel who entertain the townspeople.
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Stitched by Maura, Apprenticeship Piece.
Framed by Brian Bailey.
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