Sheela na Gigs are carvings of naked females posed in a manner which displays and emphasises the genitalia.
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Sheela Na Gig Project
John Harding aims to document and photograph all of the Sheela Na Gig carvings in the UK. He includes an overview and bibliography of the topic.
Enter Sheela World
Quest by Kathryn Price Theatana into the history, etymology and magic of the Sheela na Gigs, mainly from a wiccan point of view.
Ireland's Sile na Gigh
Gabriel Cannon presents photographs, descriptions and location details of all the known Irish sheelas, with book list, trivia, links and author profile.
The Real Sheela
Offers a theory as to what the words 'Sheela na Gig' really mean.
Satan in the Groin
Anthony Weir, author of "Images of Lust", discusses and displays photographs of exhibitionist carvings, both male and female, on mediæval churches.
Sheela Na Gig
Fethard Historical Society report on the local Sheela na Gigs, including the stolen Kiltinan figure.
Historical overview and interpretations, compiled by Jack Roberts.
Tara's Sheela-na-gig Website
Descriptions and images, possible interpretations, bibliography, and links, compiled by Tara McLoughlin.
Wikipedia: Sheela Na Gig
A detailed, illustrated article from the online collaborative encyclopedia, which discusses the origin of the name of these figures and what they are meant to represent. Includes a bibliography.
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