Medieval Dublin XII

This, the twelfth volume of proceedings of the annual Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium, contains reports on recent archaeological excavations in and around Dublin city.

Author: Friends of Medieval Dublin. Symposium

Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: 1846823358

Category: History

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This, the twelfth volume of proceedings of the annual Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium, contains reports on recent archaeological excavations in and around Dublin city. Claire Walsh found for the first time evidence of a Hiberno-Norse community living outside the walled city in the Coombe, and Alan Hayden traces the later archaeology of the area in excavations along the route of the Coombe Bypass. The Liberties was also the location of Judith Carroll's excavations of medieval industrial activity at Thomas Street and Vicar Street, while Rosanne Meenan reports on her excavations in the vicinity of the medieval St. Peter's Church at Stephen Street Lower. Edmund O'Donovan discusses excavations at St. Nathi's Church in Dundrum, which revealed a series of fortified enclosures around the early monastic foundation, and Geraldine Stout attempts to reconstruct the precincts of the great Cistercian abbey of St. Mary. Historical studies include Grace O'Keeffe's examination of the connection between Dublin and Bristol in the Middle Ages, Colm Lennon's study of the medieval manor of Clontarf, and Aine Foley's investigation of the sheriffs who administered the medieval county of Dublin. Another highlight is Ellen O'Flaherty's report on the manuscript materials for the history of medieval Dublin preserved in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. (Series: Medieval Dublin)
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Medieval Dublin

Friends of Medieval Dublin. ... as belts , straps and girdles , or on the leather
straps of horse harness , though they could also have been fixed to caskets ,
book covers or pieces of furniture ( Ottaway and Rogers 2002 , 12 ; Egan 1991b ,
162 ) .

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ISBN: WISC:89096432745

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Medieval Dublin IV

Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2002 Friends of
Medieval Dublin. ... in Chich near Colchester , and is associated with Evesham ,
Worcester , Hereford and Aylesbury in the late eleventh and early twelfth century .

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Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: 1851827447

Category: History

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These essays, the proceedings of the fourth public symposium held by the Friends of Medieval Dublin in 2002, range from Eileen Reilly's account of what insect remains can tell us about life in and around the houses of Viking Dublin, to Lynda Conlon's study of the legal rights and economic power of women in Anglo-Norman Dublin, to Danielle O'Donovan's revelation that parts of the medieval archbishop's palace stand encased within the core of what is now Kevin Street Garda Station.
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Medieval Dublin IV

Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2002 Seán Duffy,
Friends of Medieval Dublin. ... near Colchester , and is associated with Evesham ,
Worcester , Hereford and Aylesbury in the late eleventh and early twelfth century .

Author: Seán Duffy

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ISBN: 1851827439

Category: History

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These essays, the proceedings of the fourth public symposium held by the Friends of Medieval Dublin in 2002, range from Eileen Reilly's account of what insect remains can tell us about life in and around the houses of Viking Dublin, to Lynda Conlon's study of the legal rights and economic power of women in Anglo-Norman Dublin, to Danielle O'Donovan's revelation that parts of the medieval archbishop's palace stand encased within the core of what is now Kevin Street Garda Station.
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Cultural Exchange and Identity in Late Medieval Ireland

Foley, Á., 'The sheriff of Dublin in the fourteenth century' in S. Duffy (ed.),
Medieval Dublin XII (Dublin, 2012), pp. 264–88. Foley, Á., The Royal Manors of
Medieval Co. Dublin: Crown and Community (Dublin, 2013). Ford, A., 'Meredith
Hanmer ...

Author: Sparky Booker

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107128088

Category: History

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Examines the complex interactions between English and Irish neighbours in the 'four obedient shires' and how this shaped English identity.
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Ideas and Solidarities of the Medieval Laity

Rothwell , H . : V 233 Rouen ( Seine - Maritime ) : IX 343 ; XII 700 Round , J . H . :
VIII 304 ; IX 338 – 41 , 347 - 9 Rye ... IX 355 Robert de Turnham : XII 704 Robert
de Vere , earl of Oxford , marquess of Dublin : XII 715 Robert fitz Walter : IX 346 ...

Author: Susan Reynolds

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: IND:30000042644801

Category: History

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This book contains essays written over the past 25 years about medieval urban communities and about the loyalties and beliefs of medieval lay people in general. Most writing about medieval religious, political, legal, and social ideas starts from treatises written by academics and assumes that ideas trickled down from the clergy to the laity. Susan Reynolds, whether writing about the struggles for liberty of small English towns, the national solidarities of the Anglo-Saxons, or the capacity of medieval peasants to formulate their own attitudes to religion, rejects this assumption. She suggests that the medieval laity had ideas of their own that deserve to be taken seriously.
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The Port of Medieval Dublin

Archaeological Excavations at the Civic Offices, Winetavern Street, Dublin, 1993
Andrew Halpin, Aidan O'Sullivan ... both as significant and as new , even within
the restricted context of the history of the development of Dublin ' s medieval
waterfront . ... of managed mature oak woodlands in the vicinity of 12th / 13th
century Dublin is one of the most interesting and important results of the
excavation .

Author: Andrew Halpin

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ISBN: UOM:39015050551715

Category: Social Science

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During the second phase of construction of the new Civic Offices, Dublin, in the early 1990s, an archaeological excavation of the proposed car park area was undertaken by Dr Andrew Halpin, on behalf of Dublin Corporation. The excavation revealed evidence for remains of wooden revetments, dating to the latter part of the 12th century, and also the remains of a substantial masonry structure. Historical research indicates that the stone building may be the remains of the 13th-century Tholsel or Guildhall, indicating continuity of function on this site. Dublin Corporation was delighted to be able to fund this project from its inception to its completion in published form.
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Medieval Dublin II

Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2000 Friends of
Medieval Dublin. ... Dublin . Clarke , H . B . 1977 The topographical development
of early medieval Dublin RSAI Jn . 107 , 29 - 51 . ... The Irish Builder 1870 XII , No
.

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ISBN: 1851826076

Category: History

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This book contains the proceedings of a second public symposium held by the Friends of Medieval Dublin in 2000.
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Dublin City and County

Dublin through the ages ( Dublin , 1988 ) , pp . 5 - 24 ; A . Simms , ' Medieval
Dublin : a topographical analysis ' , in Ir . Geog . , xii ( 1979 ) , pp . 25 - 41 ; idem , '
Fruhe entwicklungsstufen der europaischen Seehandelsstadte auf dem ...

Author: F. H. A. Aalen

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ISBN: UOM:39015028488396

Category: Dublin (Ireland : County)

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A collection of essays by historians, geographers and archaeoligists.
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Medieval Libraries of Great Britain

S . xii . Cheltenham , Phillipps , 8136 . Chaucer ( in English ) . S . xv . ? Dublin ,
Trinity Coll . , 98 . sPontificale . S . xii . 371 . 2 Ethicus , etc . S . xii . [ D . iii G . xiiii ;
cat . 137 ] . Eton , Coll . , 78 . Psalterium . S . xiii . London B . M . , Add . 6159 .

Author: N. R. Ker

Publisher: London : Royal Historical Society

ISBN: UVA:X002754058

Category: Incunabula

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Betrifft die Handschriften Codd. 69 und 671 der Burgerbibliothek Bern.
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Medieval Ireland C 1170 1495

Author: P. W. A. Asplin

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105026017736

Category: History

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An indispensable guide to the historiography of medieval Ireland, focusing on printed secondary writing, drawing on publications dating from the early seventeenth century. The first in a series of ancillary publications which supplement the ten volume work "A New History of Ireland", providing basic texts for the general public as well as historians.
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Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland

McNeill , C . , ( ed . ) , Calendar of Archbishop Alen ' s register , Dublin 1950 , p
277 . 12 . Gilbert , J . T . , ( ed . ) , Calendar of the ancient records of Dublin , (
henceforth C . A . R . D . ) i , Dublin 1889 , p . 95 ; for all features of the medieval
town ...

Author: Francis X. Martin

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ISBN: UOM:39015017990691

Category: Archaeology, Medieval

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Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

In chapter xii : Late Irish Gothic Architecture , pp180 - 198 . 51 . I have discussed
this topic further in ' St . Patrick ' s cathedral , Dublin , and its prebendal churches :
gothic architectural relationships ' in Seán Duffy ed . Medieval Dublin V ...

Author: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105115052768

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The Transformation of the Irish Church in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

La Vita Comune del Clero nei Secoli XI e XII: Atti della Settimana di Studio:
Mendola, Settembre 1959, 2 vols, Miscellanea del ... Medieval Dublin, II:
Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium, 2000 (Dublin, 2001),
142–68.

Author: Marie Therese Flanagan

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 9781843835974

Category: History

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First extended study of the ways in which the Irish church changed radically in the twelfth century in response to reform movements from Europe.
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The Irish Church in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries

R. I. Best and Osborn Bergin ( Dublin , 1929 ) , p . xii . 28 For a vivid description of
Clonmacnois in decay in the mid - fifteenth century , see CPL , xii . 51 ; and A.
Gwynn , The Medieval Province of Armagh , pp . 150-1 . 29 J. Brady , ' Origin and
 ...

Author: Aubrey Gwynn

Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: UOM:39015033107759

Category: Religion

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Medieval Welsh Manuscripts

17 and 26 ; R . M . Jones in his introduction to Llyfr Gwyn Rhydderch ( see note 1
above ) , pp . vi - xii . See also D . S . Thomson , Branwen uerch Lyr ( Dublin ,
1961 ) , p . x ; R . L . Thomson , Owein ( Dublin , 1968 ) , pp . xii - xvi ; G . W ...

Author: Daniel Huws

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ISBN: UCSC:32106015759803

Category: Literary Criticism

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A collection of scholarly articles and lectures reflecting an articulate understanding of the Welsh manuscript tradition in its literary and historical contexts, together with detailed in-depth explorations of some well-known manuscripts by the leading authority in the field. Over 50 black-and-white illustrations of manuscript facsimilies. First published July 2000
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Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies

Translations have been made by , inter alios : T. F. O'Rahilly , Dánta Grádha (
Dublin , 1916 ) , pp . xii - xiii ; Robin Flower , Poems and Translations ( London ,
1931 ) , pp . 129–30 ; Frank O'Connor , Kings , Lords , and Commons : Irish
Poems ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556041087701

Category: Celts

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Churches in Early Medieval Ireland

Dublin ) , nave - andchancel church 239 , 240 , 240 , 343 n.16 Papalexandrou , A
. 334 n.10 Paparo , Cardinal John 12 , 139 parish churches 8 , 12 , 135-8 , 219 ,
223-4 , 231-3 , 298 17th - century demolition 107 in Dyflinarskíri 238–42 , 253 ...

Author: Tomás Ó Carragáin

Publisher: Paul Mellon Ctr for Studies

ISBN: UOM:39076002967540

Category: Architecture

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This is the first book devoted to churches in Ireland dating from the arrival of Christianity in the fifth century to the early stages of the Romanesque around 1100, including those built to house treasures of the golden age of Irish art, such as the Book of Kells and the Ardagh chalice. � Carrag�in's comprehensive survey of the surviving examples forms the basis for a far-reaching analysis of why these buildings looked as they did, and what they meant in the context of early Irish society. � Carrag�in also identifies a clear political and ideological context for the first Romanesque churches in Ireland and shows that, to a considerable extent, the Irish Romanesque represents the perpetuation of a long-established architectural tradition.
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Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies

1 above ) , pp . vi - xii . See also D . S . Thomson , Branwen uerch Lyr ( Dublin ,
1961 ) , p . x ; R . L . Thomson , Owein ( Dublin , 1968 ) , pp . xii - xvi ; G . W .
Goetinck , Historia Peredur vab Efrawc ( Cardiff , 1976 ) , pp . xii - xvi ; J . K .
Bollard ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015043290918

Category: Celtic literature

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Medieval Dublin VII

Proceedings of the Friends of Medieval Dublin Symposium 2005 Friends of
Medieval Dublin. Symposium ... 138 L B P Hen . VIII , xii , no . 2 . 139 Cal . pat .
rolls Ire . , Hen . VIII - Eliz . , p . 57 ; White ( ed . ) , Extents Ir . mon . possessions ,
p .

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Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: 1851829792

Category: History

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This 7th volume of proceedings of the annual Friends of Medieval Dublin symposium contains, in the archaeological arena, John O Neill's assessment of the significance for Viking-Age rural settlement in the Dublin region of his excavations at Cherrywood, and, among other landmark studies, a report by Abi Cryerhall on her excavations of the medieval 'Hangman's Lane' (subsequently the site of Hammond Lane iron foundry). Roger Stalley studies the 'country retreat' of Dublin's archbishops at Swords Castle in the later Middle Ages, while Linzi Simpson's innovatory use of John Rocque's map enables her to retrace precise property boundaries in the medieval city. The very timbers that survive in the roofs of Dublin's two Anglo-Norman cathedrals are subjected to detailed analysis, Maire Geaney surveying those in the nave and south transept of Christ Church, while Charles Lyons presents remarkable new evidence that the roof-timbers of St Patrick's cathedral survive virtually intact from its medieval heyday. Historical essays range from Viking-Age Dublin and David Dumville's exploration of its wider international relations, to Tudor Dublin, and Brendan Scott's study of the opposition of its monastic houses to Henry VIII's plans for their dissolution.
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