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History Sheela-Na-Gigs

Fethard Historical Society: Sheela Na Gig

Photographs and descriptions of local Sheela Na Gigs, including details of the one stolen in 1990.

Irquas Insight:Sheela-Na-Gig

Scholarly article by Shae Clancy, a researcher at the Hunt Museum in Limerick, Ireland. Covers the origins of the name, origins of the figures, function, and references.

Satan in the Groin

A survey of exhibitionist figures in medieval churches including sheela-na-gigs and Irish phallic pillars and holed stones.

Sheela na Gig and Sacred Space

The author's interest in the figures, folklore, etymology, synchronicities, illustration notes, and references.

The Sheela Na Gig Project

Contains background information about the sculpture, theories, books, articles, and replicas.

Sheela Na Gigs of Ireland and England

Maps, herstory, resources, and images.

Tara's Sheela-na-gigs

Stories, theories and myths, photographs, links, artists who use the imagery, and exhibitions.

White Dragon: Sheela-na-gigs

Article by Jack Roberts with basic facts, illustrations and places to visit.

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