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eBook The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages: Revised Edition (Four Courts History Classics) ePub

by James Lydon

eBook The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages: Revised Edition (Four Courts History Classics) ePub
Author: James Lydon
Language: English
ISBN: 1851827366
ISBN13: 978-1851827367
Publisher: Four Courts Press; Revised edition (July 1, 2003)
Pages: 256
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.8
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Officially, the lordship of Ireland until 1541 was attached to the English crown and covered the entire Ireland, says Lydon (Trinity College Dublin), but the political reality is that Ireland was fragmented under many Irish as well as Anglo-Irish families, who controlled the everyday life of most inhabitants.

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The lordship of Ireland in the middle ages was vested in the English crown by the famous grant of Pope Adrian IV in 1155, resulting in the invasion of 1169. This book shows how that lordship developed and the heritage it passed on to later generations.

This book shows how that lordship developed and the heritage it passed on to later generations. Published July 1st 2003 by Four Courts Press. 1851827374 (ISBN13: 9781851827374).

Details (if other): Cancel. It is not wholly a narrative but is thematic in its approach, examining the emergence of the Anglo-Irish identity, the gro The lordship of Ireland in the middle ages was vested in the English crown by the famous grant of Pope Adrian IV in 1155, resulting in the invasion of 1169.

Fifteen years teaching the history of medieval Ireland have shaped this book

Fifteen years teaching the history of medieval Ireland have shaped this book. This has necessitated a dangerous amount of generalisation and even a degree of involvement which may be repugnant to some. But I have tried to write a history of the medieval lordship of Ireland in a meaningful way, so as to make coherent an often confused pattern of events Save.

Middle Ages presents a totally new approach to medieval Irish history.

The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages presents a totally new approach to medieval Irish history. It succeeds in examining the feudal lordship of Ireland as a whole, and in tracing the origins of the conflict Gaelic and Anglo-Irish traditions which were to determine the whole pattern of Irish history in succeeding centuries.

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Primarily an Irish medievalist, Lydon published his first major work, The lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages, in. .Four Courts Press, 2008.

Primarily an Irish medievalist, Lydon published his first major work, The lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages, in 1972. In the 1980s, he served as a contributor to the Cambridge Historical Encyclopedia of Great Britain and Ireland. Lydon's other works include: The Gill history of Ireland (1972). Ireland in the later Middle Ages (1973). ISBN 978-1-84682-105-9. php?title James Lydon (historian)&oldid 909880529".

England in the Middle Ages concerns the history of England during the medieval period, from the end of the 5th century through to the start of the Early Modern period in 1485

England in the Middle Ages concerns the history of England during the medieval period, from the end of the 5th century through to the start of the Early Modern period in 1485. When England emerged from the collapse of the Roman Empire, the economy was in tatters and many of the towns abandoned. After several centuries of Germanic immigration, new identities and cultures began to emerge, developing into kingdoms that competed for power.

The lordship of Ireland in the middle ages was vested in the English crown by the famous grant of Pope Adrian IV in 1155, resulting in the invasion of 1169. This book shows how that lordship developed and the heritage it passed on to later generations. It is not wholly a narrative but is thematic in its approach, examining the emergence of the Anglo-Irish identity, the growth of separatism both politically and culturally, and the survival of Gaelic Ireland. The resulting conflict between the two traditions helped to create the situation out of which modern Ireland was to emerge. Professor Lydon's book, presented here in a new annotated edition with full apparatus, is a highly readable and scholarly overview of four centuries of Irish political history.
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