Welcome to part two of Thursday Doors from the Cavan County Museum. We’re still on the ground floor. This room is a lovely mix of old and new, with children’s art from various schools adorning the walls. You can also see a replica of a Celtic cross in the first image.
I love how they decorated the pillars with colourful handprints. Reminds me of ancient cave art.
The ancient artifacts aren’t quite as colourful but just as interesting
The following artifact is a cist grave, something I had never heard of before.
This enormous rock had an interesting story, too.
Thanks for coming along and watch out for part 3 next week, which will feature the first floor. For a great selection of Thursday Doors, pop on over to Norm’s blog.