COLONY & FRONTIER IN MEDIEVAL IRELAND: Essays Presented to J.F.Lydon

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T. B. Barry, Frame, Katharine Simms
A&C Black, 1995 - History - 262 pages
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These essays explore aspects of the English colony in medieval Ireland and its relations with the Gaelic host society. They deal both with the foundation and expansion of the English lordship in the twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, and with the problems sand adjustments that accompaneid its contraction in the later middle ages. Attention is paid both to the government and society of the colony itself, and to the interactions between settler and native.
  

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Contents

John de Courcy and
1
Tenure and Locality in North Leinster in the Early
29
The Proceedings against John de Burnham
57
The Kilkenny Chronicle
75
Chief Governors and Treasurers of Ireland in
97
Connacht
117
The Irish in County Waterford
139
The Crown and the MicMhurchadha
155
Frontiers in the Irish Church Regional and Cultural
177
The Ui Bhriain
201
Defence and Settlement
217
Irishmen and Irish Goods
229
Index
242
Subscribers
261
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