In 1210 King John ordered that English Common Law was henceforth to be the law of the Norman lordship of Ireland. The Common Law was a centralised system of justice […]

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The basic fare was two properly baked loaves of bread daily. Other foods were prescribed at different times of year but varied according to the rank of the injured person. […]

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In this book—number 4 in the Studia Traditionis Theologiae: Explorations in Early and Medieval Theology series edited by Thomas O’Loughlin—David Jenkins explores the layout of religious settlements in Ireland (from […]

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The National Museum of Ireland in Kildare Street could be viewed as a collection of smaller themed museums rather than one large one, as the permanent collections on various aspects […]

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‘I tell you the past is a bucket of ashes’, wrote the American poet Carl Sandberg. For Irish historians this line rings true quite literally. The explosion that ripped through […]

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