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ISBN:
1851829261
Author:
Michael Potterton
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Four Courts Press; First Edition edition (October 18, 2005)
Pages:
464 pages
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A conference showcased the results of recent excavations, and a subsequent book (Uncovering Medieval Trim, 2009) put the information on permanent record. Michael is a board member of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas and a committee member of the International Commission for the History of Towns.

Trim, Co. Meath, is one of Ireland's best known medieval towns, and yet this is the first major work . As a case-study, this book is intended as a contribution to the understanding and interpretation of urban life in medieval Ireland. Meath, is one of Ireland's best known medieval towns, and yet this is the first major work on the town for almost 150 years. Drawing on documentary, archaeological, architectural and cartographic evidence, the book pieces together a picture of Trim in the middle ages. The origins and evolution of the town are traced and charted in detail, as are its administration, its trading and commercial functions, its role as an ecclesiastical centre, and its topographical layout.

Medieval Trim: History and Archaeology. 464 pages, 153 illustrations, 24 colour plates. Dublin: Four Courts; 1-85182-926-1 hardback £50 & €55.

The excavations undertaken by the Blackfriary Archaeology Field School are run in conjunction with the Blackfriary Community Heritage and . a b Potterton, Michael (17 July 2005). Medieval Trim, History and Archaeology. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

The excavations undertaken by the Blackfriary Archaeology Field School are run in conjunction with the Blackfriary Community Heritage and Archaeology Project (BCHAP). The project aims to rejuvenate the six acre site where the Friary is located for the benefit of the local community and visitors alike.

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They are not the most well-known objects of the region but constitute an important part of its history and have much positive potential for tourism. In southern Jordan there are many medieval monuments. They are not the most well-known objects of the region but constitute an important part of its history and have much positive potential for tourism. One of them is a castle or a fortified monastery located in the vicinity of At-Tafila city, known as Qasr ed-Deir.

Trim, Co. Meath, is one of Ireland's best known medieval towns, and yet this is the first major work on the town for almost 150 years. Drawing on documentary, archaeological, architectural and cartographic evidence, the book pieces together a picture of Trim in the middle ages. The origins and evolution of the town are traced and charted in detail, as are its administration, its trading and commercial functions, its role as an ecclesiastical centre, and its topographical layout. The book puts the development of the town in the context of its pre-Anglo-Norman role, and against the backdrop of the extensive Anglo-Norman lordship of which it was the administrative, judicial and financial centre. As a case-study, this book is intended as a contribution to the understanding and interpretation of urban life in medieval Ireland.