In honor of St. Patrick's Day, here is a selection of some of the many medieval artifacts featured in The Irish Time's column A history of Ireland in 100 objects.
- A 16th century gravestone showing off the deceased's prowess as a soldier and as a hurley player
- An elephant ivory drinking horn, though to be a rare piece of Irish royal regalia
- A 15th century embroidered cope made of cloth of gold, likely a Flemish import
- Two coins, dated 1284 and 1460, that tell the story of war and economic hardship in 13th century Ireland
- The Waterford Charter Roll, a "medieval powerpoint presentation" which includes the earliest known contemporary portrait of king Edward III.
- A horse figurine with big historic implications
- A carved wooden staff, after the Viking style