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"In the piers between the windows of the interior dome (Four Courts building in Dublin) are eight colossal statues, in alto relievo, resting upon consoles or brackets, representing Punishment, Eloquence, Mercy, Prudence, Law, Wisdom, Justice, and Liberty. Over those statues an entablature with a highly-enriched frieze is continued round the dome, and immediately above each window, in the frieze, are medallions of the following eight distinguished legislators, Moses, Lycurgus, Solon, Numa, Confucius, Alfred, Manco-Capac, and Ollamh-Fodhla."
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It shows that at the time the Four Courts building in Dublin was designed and constructed, around the 1780s, King Ollamh Fodhla was regarded as one of the eight greatest legislators in world history.
Additional information showing the very close links between the Hill of
Tara, Brehon Law, and King Ollamh Fodhla, can be found at the
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"1 billion Euro motorway scheme" planned for the Tara / Skryne
“Tara is one of the most important and famous archaeological complexes in the world..."
"… all of our researches point to the valley between Tara and Skryne as an area of paramount importance throughout the history of Tara.”
Dr Conor Newman:
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