Publish 12 months note: First released March fifth 1987
A New historical past of Ireland is the most important scholarly venture in glossy Irish background. In nine volumes, it presents a finished new synthesis of contemporary scholarship on each point of Irish background and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological facts, throughout the heart a long time, right down to the current day.
Volume II opens with a personality research of medieval eire and a wide ranging view of the rustic c.1169, through nineteen chapters of narrative historical past, with a survey of "Land and folks, c.1300." There are additional chapters on Gaelic and colonial society, economic climate and alternate, literature in Irish, French, and English, structure and sculpture, manuscripts and illuminations, and coinage.
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