[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]


Works by P. M. C. Kermode, M.A.

KERMODE (Philip Moore Callow, M.A.). Brief Note on the Runic Stones of the Isle of Man. Blandinger til Oplysning, etc., i, p. 281-285. 1881-87. Kjobenhavn.

__Cinerary Urn from Cronk Aust, Lezayre. Mx Note Book, iii, p. 91, 1887.

__Catalogue of the Manks Crosses with Runic Inscriptions and various readings and renderings compared. 1st edn. Ramsey : J. Craine. 1887. pp. 36. 212x140. [4775, F 7]
This copy contains a review from 'Arch. Camb.' 5th series, No. 17, and one from ' Zeitschrift fiir deutches Alterthum, xxii, the latter by Dr. Karl Lentzner, Univ. of Breslau.

__The Monumental Crosses of Mann with suggestions as to means . . . for their better preservation. In N.H.A.S. i.

__The Braddan Crosses: Summary of an Address in S. Thomas' School, Douglas, 24th Nov. 1887. [Leaflet.] Ramsey : John Craine. 1888. 450x230. [5380, F7]

__The Braddan Crosses. Broadside reprinted from Ramsey Courier, Jan. 7, 1888. [5380, F7]

__Catalogue of the Manks Crosses with the Runic Inscriptions and various readings and renderings compared. 2nd edn. Ramsey : C. B. Heyes. 1892. pp. 60. 222x140. 3/6. [F 7]
The edition was followed in 1907 by the author's great work on the crosses.

__The Antiquities of the Parish of Bride. In 'Y.L.M. i. [2048]

__List of Antiquities of the Isle of Man exclusive of the Sculptured and Inscribed Stones. 1st edn. Ramsey C. B. Heyes. 4894. pp. 49. 220x140. [773, F 7]

__Account of the Santan (Latin) Inscription. In Arch. Camb., July 1895.

__Saga Illustrations of Early Manks Monuments. Reprinted from the Saga-Book of the Viking Club, i. Jan. 1897. pp. 350-369. Devizes: G. Simpson. 1895-6. pp. 20. 220x140. [4780, F 7]

__Manx Crosses as Illustrations of Celtic and Scandinavian Art. Rep. of the Brit. Assoc. p. 934. 1896.

__History and Antiquities of the Isle of Man. In Brit. Assoc. Handbook for the Liverpool Meeting, 1896. L'pool: Philip, Son & Nephew. 1896. pp. 145-164. 165-110. [1350]
Contains geol. map, etc.; plan of the sea round the South of the Island.

__Roolwer's Cross, Maughold. Illus. Ramsey C. B. Heyes. 1897. pp. 7. 228x140. [4779, F 7]
With this is the print of an address on the subject of the Maughold Crosses, delivered at the dedication of the Cross-house in 1906.

__The First Bishop of Man and the Roolwer Cross at Kirk Maughold. In Ramsey Ch. Mag., Oct. 1897.

__A Welsh Inscription in the Isle of Man. In Zeitschrift fiir Celtische Philologie. i Band. pp. 48-51, with a Note on Guriat by Prof. John Rhys, pp. 52-3. Halle a.S. : Max Niemeyer. 1897. [2552]

__List of Manks Antiquities. 2nd edn. Douglas B. & S. 1900. pp. 43. 223x140. [3847]

__A Sculptured Stone recently discovered in Ramsey and the Story of Sigurd the Volsung. Y.L.M. iv, 1901-2.

__Some Early Christian Monuments recently discovered at Kirk Maughold. In Reliquary, July 1902. pp. 182-193. Illus. by 14 sketches. [4824]

__Sculptured and Inscribed Stones recently found at Kirk Maughold. In Y.LM. iii

__Early Lamps and Candle Holders in the Isle of Man. I n Y.L.M. iii.

__Rushlights, Cruisies, and Early Candleholders. In Antiquary, Aug. 1902. pp. 233-6.

__Traces of the Norse Mythology in the Isle of Man. London: Bemrose & Son. 1904. pp. 30. Illus. by 10 half-tone plates. 220x140. [3467, F 7]

KERMODE (P. M. C., M.A.) and HERDMAN (W. A., D.Sc., F.R.S.). Manks Antiquities, Illustrated Notes on Ist edn. L'pool : Tinling. 1904. pp. 108. 212x130. 2/- [771]
A second and enlarged edition was published by the Liverpool Univ. Press in 1914.

KERMODE (Philip Moore Callow, M.A.). Manx Crosses or, the Inscribed and Sculptured Monuments of the Isle of Man from about the end of the Fifth to the beginning of the Thirteenth Century. London: Benrose & Sons. 1907. pp. xxii, 221. 288x230. Two guineas to subscribers. [824 G.F.C. Coll. F 7]

The standard work on this subject : sumptuously illustrated from drawings of the crosses specially prepared by the author, founded upon rubbings, besides numerous figures in outline. Coloured map on the scale of 2 miles to one inch, showing the distribution of the monuments. The work is divided as follows : preface, etc.. xxii pp.; introduction, 11 pp.; art of the crosses, pp. 12-70 ; inscriptions, pp. 71-95 ; description of the monuments, pp. 96-218.

__List of the Maughold Crosses, with plan and view of the Cross-house. Illus. Douglas: G. & L. Johnson. 1907. pp. 10. 220x140. [1540, F 7]

__Inscription in Anglian Runes from Kirk Maughold. Reliquary and Illus. Archaeologist, xiii, pp. 265-267. Illus. 1907.

__The Manx Archæological Survey. First Report, Sheading of Glanfaba. May 1909. Pub. for the Isle of Man. Nat. Hist. and Ant. Soc. by G. & L. Johnson, Prospect-hill, Douglas. 1909. pp. 32. , Illus. 300x240. A detailed account of the Keeills and Rhullicks. Part i deals with Kirk Marown and Kirk Patrick, and includes St. Trinian's, Keeill Vreeshey, Cabbal Druiaght, Ballaquinney, Keeill Lingan, Ballachrink, and Lag ny Killey.

__The Manx Archæological Survey: Second Report,1910. Sheading of Michael. pp. 30. 300x240.
Parish of Kirk German ; illustrating Keeill Woirrey, Keeill Pherick y Dromma, Ballahimmin, Earey-moar, Cronkbreck, St. Patrick's Chapel (Peel).

__The Manx Archæological Survey: Third Report, 1911. Sheading of Ayre. pp. 42. 300x240. -
Parishes of Kirk Michael, Ballaugh, Jurby, Kirk Andreas, Kirk Bride, and Kirk: Christ Lezayre : illustrating Cabbal Pherick, Ballacrenane-beg Keeill, West Nappin Keeill, Knoc y Dooney Keeill, Ballavarkish Keeill.

__The Manx Archæological Survey: Fourth Report, 1915. Sheading of Garff. pp. 44. 300x240. Parishes of Kirk Christ Lezayre, Kirk Maughold and Kirk Lonan ; illustrating Skyhill Keeill, Ballameanagh and Corrody Keeills, Maughold Churchyard Keeills, etc., Keeil Chiggyrt, Keeill Woirrey, Keeill Vail, Keeill Vian, etc. The Sheadings of Middle and Rushen have not been printed.

__Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Visit of, 1910. Account of some of the chief places to be seen, prepared for the occasion by the Hon. Secretary, with the assistance of the Rev. Canon Quine and Mr. A. Rigby. Douglas: B. & S. 1910. pp. 36. 217x135. [3706, F7]

__Tynwald. In Handbook of the Visit of Royal Soc. Antiq. of Ireland, 1910. [3706, F 7]

__A Sculptured Stone recently discovered at Ramsey and the Story of Sigurd the Volsung as illustrated on Monuments in the Isle of Man. In Y.L.M. iv.

__The Cross-slabs and other Antiquities. In Prog. of meeting of Roy. Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland, 1910. [4777]

__Note on the Ogam and Latin Inscriptions from the Isle of Man, and a recently found Bi-Lingual in Celtic and Latin. In Proc. Soc. of Antiq., Scot. xlv, 1911, pp. 437450. I llus.

__Cross-slabs recently discovered in the Isle of Man. In Proc. Soc. of Antiq., Scot. xlvi, 1911, pp. 53-76. Illus.

KERMODE (P. M. C.) and QUINE (Rev. Canon). St. Trinians. In Proc. i.

__Tynwald. In Proc. i.

KERMODE (Philip Moore Callow, M.A.). Discovery of Bi-Lingual Inscription at Knock y Doonee, Andreas. In Proc. i.

__The Woodbourne Treasure-Trove, 1894. In Proc. i.

__Introduction to the Study of the Church Buildings in the Isle of Man earlier than the 11th Century. In Proc. i.

__First Appearance of a Viking Ship on a Manx Monument. (Illus.) In Mannin, pp. 178-180, 1914.

__Inscribed Cross-slab from Keeill at Ballavarkish, Bride. In Proc. i.
The cross-slab is now in the Manx Museum.

KERMODE. (P. M. C.) and HARDMAN (Professor W. A., D.Sc., F.R.S.). Manks Antiquities. 2nd edn. Univ. Press, Liverpool, 1914. pp. 150. 215x135. [2320, F 7]

KERMODE (Philip Moore Callow, M.A.). Further discoveries of Cross-slabs in the Isle of Man. In Proc. Soc. of Antiq., Scot. ii, 1915. pp. 1-14. (Illus.) [1292, F 7]

__ Handbook and Guide to the replicas and casts of Manx Crosses on exhibition in the Free Public Museums, Liverpool. (Illus.) Ist edn. Liverpool : Northern Pub. Co. 1916. pp. 19. [1282]
A second edition was published in 1920 [1582].

__The Runic Crosses of Kirk Michael. (Illus.) In Guide to Kirk Michael pub. by John Sayle. 1918. pp. 44. Printer : Ibberson, Halifax. [F 7]

__A Rune-Inscribed Slab from Kirk Maughold; and the first Figure of a Viking Ship on a Manx Monument. lit Proc. ii, 1923.

__Bronze Implements in the Manx Museum. In Antiquaries Tour., July 1923. pp. 228-230.
A record of the analysis of 22 examples of ase-heads, swords, etc., in the Museum is added to the account. Keeill Vael, Balladoole. In Proc. ii.

__The Hedin Cross, Maughold. Reprinted from the Saga Book of the Viking Soc. 1925. pp. 10. Illus. 220x140. [5133]
This cross has the figure of the Viking ship.

__Tynwald and the Arms of Man. Illus. B. & S. 1927. pp. 8. 216x138.

__Lists of the Cross-slabs in each of the Parishes. Manx Museum. 1928. pp. 28. 340x210.
The lists, which were made for exhibition in each parish churchyard, give a brief description of each slab.

__More Cross-slabs from the Isle of Man. In Proc. Soc. Antiq. of Scot. 1928-9. lxiii, pp. 354-360. (Illus.)

__Ship Burial in the Isle of Man: a paper given before the members of the Society of Antiquaries, London. 1929. pp. 11. [5865]

__The Ancient Monuments of the Isle of Man. Presidential address. In Arch. Camb. Dec. 1929. pp. 12. [5998]

__Handbook and Guide to the Replicas and Casts of Manx Crosses in the Public Museums, Liverpool. 3rd edn. 1930. 3d.

__Note on Early Cross-slabs from the Færoe Islands. In Journal of the Soc. of Antiq. f Scot., 1930. [F 7]

__List of Manx Antiquities. 3rd edn. Douglas L. G. Meyer Ltd. for N.H.A.S. 1930. pp. viii,87. 217x138. 3/-. [6068]
The cost of the publication was borne equally by the N.H.A.S. and Camb. Arch. Ass'n, the author being president of both societies in the year of its publication.

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