Browsing School of Geography and Archaeology by Subject "Gaelic"
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(2015)This paper investigates relationships between assembly places and expressions of collective identities among Gaelic elites during the period from the 9th to the 16th century in Ireland.
(Routledge, 2016-04-27)During the later medieval period in Ireland, Gaelic lords continued to publicly identify themselves as immediate descendants of kings through carefully chosen elements of material culture. Evocations of Gaelic kingship in ...
Ollamh, biatach, comharba: lifeways of Gaelic learned families in medieval and early modern Ireland (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2015)[No abstract available]
(Publications du CRAHAM, Château Gaillard, Université de Caen., 2014)Rindoon Castle controlled and dominated one of the best harbours along the Shannon. It was argued that a pre-Norman promontory fort never existed at Rindoon. Instead, it is suggested that these earthworks represent the ...