A hundred years of Irish history

  • 172 Pages
  • 4.34 MB
  • English
Isbister , London
Statementby R. Barry O"Brien ; with an introduction by John E. Redmond.
ContributionsRedmond, John Richard.
The Physical Object
Pagination172p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22995040M

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Get this from a library. One hundred years of Irish rugby: the official history of the Irish Rugby Football Union. [Edmund Van Esbeck]. The Book of Kells has become such a national symbol and so a part of the Irish culture that it even appears on the Irish currency.

What is curious and interesting about all this, is that twelve hundred years after it is known that the Book has been in existence, there is still controversy over its exact origins.Irish history is really undocumented until the popularizing of Christianity in AD.

if you want stuff on pre-christian Ireland you could read Barry Cunliffe's 'The Ancient Celts'.

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it's not specifically about Irish history, but it talks about 'Celtic' people and their history and relationships with each other, the Hallstats, etc. if you want stuff on post-christian history, which there's far.

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