Early Irish Kingship and Succession
Irish historian Jaski does not attempt a chronicle, but explore many aspects of the institution and practice of kingship in Ireland in early Medieval times, from about the sixth to about the twelfth centuries. Among them are sacral kingship, seniority, qualification for succession, and the heir appa
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