‘The place where Fiach Mac Aodha was. This was a secure, impregnable valley, and the English of Dublin were accustomed with their instruments of battle to besiege and assault it […]

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‘A hosting was made by the Lord Justice and Captain Malby, to scatter and disperse these warlike plunderers. When the insurgents had heard of the approach of such an overwhelming […]

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‘Hugh Mac Shane, the father of this Feagh, first began to lift up his head, and through the strength and great fastnes of Glan-Malor, which adjoyneth unto his house of […]

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Situated in the centre of Boyle, King House has had a varied history over 300 years but is now fully restored, as Nollaig Feeney explains. One of the earliest surviving […]

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The introduction of Christianity into Ireland in the fifth century also brought with it the common ecclesiastical language of Latin, which ultimately gave not only the new ecclesiastical classes but […]

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