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A History of Medieval Ireland (Routledge Revivals): From 1086 to 1513

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First published in 1923, this formative history of Ireland is an extensive study of the period from 1086 - 1513. Beginning with the O'Brien High Kinship, Edmund Curtis takes us through the Anglo-Norman conquest and its sequel, ending with the death of Gerald 'the Great Earl' of Kildare in 1513, a date when the second English conquest of Ireland (the 'Tudor Reconquest') became imminent.

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A History of Medieval Ireland (Routledge Revivals): From 1086 to 1513

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Overview

First published in 1923, this formative history of Ireland is an extensive study of the period from 1086 - 1513. Beginning with the O'Brien High Kinship, Edmund Curtis takes us through the Anglo-Norman conquest and its sequel, ending with the death of Gerald 'the Great Earl' of Kildare in 1513, a date when the second English conquest of Ireland (the 'Tudor Reconquest') became imminent.

This is a reissue of a definitive landmark study of Irish history by one of greatest Irish historians of the twentieth century.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415531191
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 8/31/2013
  • Pages: 470
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

1. The O’Brien High Kingship, 1014-1119 2. Turloch O’Connor and the Prelude to the Norman Invasion 3. The Norman Invasion, 1166-1172 4. The Conquest Continues, 1172-1177 5. John ‘Dominus Hibernae’, 1177-1199 6. King John and Ireland, 1199-1216 7. The Expansion of the Colony, 1216-1245 8. The First Irish Resurgence, 1245-1272 9. The English Lordship at its Height, 1272-1310 10. Edward II and Edward Bruce, 1307-1327 11. The Rebellious Anglo-Irish, 1327-1360 12. The Statutes of King Kenny and the Gaelic Revival 13. The Failure of the ‘First Conquest’, 1366-1399 14. Ireland, Feudal and Gaelic, 1399-1477 15. Aristocratic and Home Rule, 1449-1477 16. The Great Earl of Kildare, 1477-1513 17. Conclusion: Ireland in 1170 and in 1500

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