A history of Ireland

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Methuen, 1961 - History - 434 pages
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Focuses on the political and religious issues that have shaped the historical development of Ireland

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User Review  - jhw - LibraryThing

Points of interest: For a hundred years the Kings of Northumbria spoke Irish. Cormac's Glossary, a ninth century work, tries to compare words in Irish and contemporary languages. Brian Boru is ... Read full review

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I picked this up because of my ancestry,and wanted to learn more about the country's history. I found the book fascinating, but also found it to be a difficult, academic read...in large part due to the way it is written. Read full review

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Contents

FROM THE ORIGINS TO A D 800
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THE NORSE TYRANNY 80OIOI4
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HI THE END OF GAELIC INDEPENDENCE IOI4I166
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