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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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • The Real Sheela - Offers a theory as to what the words 'Sheela na Gig' really mean.
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  • Satan in the Groin - Anthony Weir, author of "Images of Lust", discusses and displays photographs of exhibitionist carvings, both male and female, on mediƦval churches.
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  • Sheela Na Gig - Fethard Historical Society report on the local Sheela na Gigs, including the stolen Kiltinan figure.
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  • Sheela-na-Gigs - Historical overview and interpretations, compiled by Jack Roberts.
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  • Tara's Sheela-na-gig Website - Descriptions and images, possible interpretations, bibliography, and links, compiled by Tara McLoughlin.
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  • 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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