The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages
Gill and Macmillan, 1972 - 295 pagini
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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The Prelude to Invasion
The Founding of the Lordship of Ireland
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absentees Anglo-Irish Anglo-Norman appointed archbishop army attempt became bishop Brian Brien Bruce Burgh Carlow castle chief governor Church Connacht Connor conquest council cultural danger defence Dermot Dermot Mac Murrough Desmond Dublin earl of Ulster Edward English example exchequer expedition famous feudal ﬁfteenth century ﬁgures ﬁnally ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁve force fourteenth century Gaelic chieftains Gaelic Ireland Gaelic lords Gaelic revival Geraldines Giraldus Giraldus Cambrensis grant Henry Henry II high king high kingship Hugh de Lacy important invasion Irish enemies Irish government Irish kings John justiciar Kildare Kilkenny king’s kingdom knights Lacy land later Leinster lieutenant Limerick lord of Ireland lordship of Ireland Mac Carthy Mac Murrough magnates manors Meath ment middle ages military Munster Neill parliament peace pope rebels reﬂected reform result revenues Richard royal Scotland settlers signiﬁcant statutes Strongbow success tallies tenants thirteenth century Thomond towns Turloch Wales Waterford Windsor