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Edited by Potterton, Michael; Seaver, Matthew
Trim is one of Irelands best-known medieval towns, and yet for a long time aspects of its early history have been poorly understood. This publication brings together the results of recent excavations. Of particular significance are the indications of Iro
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Edited by Murphy, Margaret; Potterton, Michael
This is the first major publication of the Discovery Programmes Medieval Rural Settlement Project. The book is a study of the medieval region that contained and was defined by the presence of Irelands largest nucleated settlement. Combining documentary and archaeological data thi ...
Edited by Shine, Denis; Potterton, Michael; Mandal, Stephen; McLoughlin, Catherine
Carrick, Co. Wexford, is the oldest Anglo-Norman fortification in the country. The site developed as an important borough in the thirteenth century and it was home to one of the first Marshal castles in the south-east. It was also the site of one of Ireland's earliest Anglo-Norma ...
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Edited by Herron, Thomas; Potterton, Michael; Contributions by Bradley, John; Carey, Vincent; Corcoran, Michael
A collection in history, art history, literature and archaeology that aims to study with a wide focus the region of the English Pale in Ireland - and the concept of the Pale itself - during the early modern period. It covers subjects such as the archaeological traces of Pale fort ...
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