An essay on medieval Irish society, from the coming of Christianity in the fourth century to the Reformation of the 16th century. It examines the influence of cultural, religious and political developments on Irish society and also traces the roots of Irish literature.
The Celts. Part 1 Early Ireland: Ireland in prehistoric times (before AD 500); political development in early Irish times. Part 2 Ireland in the first part of the Middle Ages (AD 500-1100): the beginnings of Christianity in Ireland; the formation of the early Irish Church; Christian Ireland in the 7th and 8th centuries; secularization and reform in the 8th century; the age of the Vikings. Part 3 Ireland in the second part of the Middle Ages (AD 1100-1500): Ireland under foreign influence - the 12th century; Ireland from the reign of John to the Statutes of Kilkenny; the end of the Middle Ages; the enduring tradition.
Medieval Ireland: The Enduring Tradition by Michael Richter
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