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By Simms, Katharine
A guide to Gaelic language sources (as opposed to administrative or ecclesiastical records in Latin, French or English) for the history of these communities in the high Middle Ages. It covers annals, genealogies, poems, prose tracts and sagas, legal material, colophons and margin ...
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The Plantation of Ulster followed from the perceived recalcitrance and military strength of its Gaelic lords. This book examines the prelude to their final rebellion.
Native Irish chieftains, not totally subdued after the Norman invasion of Ireland, recovered a measure of their power in the later middle ages. This work uses the Irish chronicles, bardic poetry, genealogies, brehon charters and rentals, family-tract, sagas, the Church, and Tudor ...
Edited by Simms, Anngret; Series edited by Simms, Katharine; Andrews, J. H.; Edited by Clarke, H. B.
This series assembles towns of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas , published as individual fascicles. These towns illustrate characteristic periods of town formation in Ireland and reflect the countries cultural identity through the town's topographical history.
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