Irish Medieval History
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The Picts : A History€12.99
The Picts were an ancient nation who ruled most of northern and eastern Scotland during the Dark Ages.
Dublin Castle: From Fortress to Palace (Hardback)€49.99
Volume 1: Vikings to Victorians. A history of Dublin Castle to 1850.
Listen to the Land Speak: A Journey into the wisdom of what lies beneath us (Hardback)Special Price €19.99 Regular Price €22.99
Our ancestors developed a uniquely nature-focused society, centred on esteemed poets, seers, monks, healers and wise women who were deeply connected to the land.
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Carrick, County Wexford : Ireland's first Anglo-Norman stronghold€24.95
Carrick, Co. Wexford, is one of the most enigmatic and misunderstood medieval sites in Ireland.
Arrogant Trespass : Anglo-Norman Wexford, 1169-1400€19.95
Arrogant Trespass is the first sustained treatment of the Anglo-Normans in Wexford since Orpen's century-old work.
Rural Settlement in Medieval Ireland (Research papers in irish Archaeology No 1)Special Price €24.99 Regular Price €34.99
In the light of recent archaeological excavations. Research papers in irish Archaeology (Book 1)
The Book of Howth : Elizabethan Conquest and the Old English€39.00
This study provides the first sustained address of The Book of Howth and its compiler, Christopher St. Lawrence, 7th baron Howth (ca. 1510-1589).
Léann an Dúchais: Aistí in Ómós do Ghearóid Ó CrualaoichSpecial Price €14.99 Regular Price €39.99
This collection of fourteen essays covers a wide range of material that reflects the current range of enquiry within the traditional discipline of folklore, the range of interaction between it and various other disciplines, and indeed the breadth of Gearóid Ó Crualaoich's own interests.
Life, lore and song / 'Binneas an tSiansa'€55.00
Essays in Irish tradition in honour of Rionach ui Ogain / Aisti in onoir do Rionach ui Ogain