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by Charles V. Smith

Download Dalkey: Society and Economy in a Small Medieval Irish Town (Maynooth Studies in Irish Local History) eBook
ISBN:
0716525968
Author:
Charles V. Smith
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Irish Academic Press (February 1, 1996)
Pages:
63 pages
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An intense study of Dalkey in Medieval times. It's well laid out and full of references for further reading if you're interested

This is a study of society and economy in a small medieval Irish town. An intense study of Dalkey in Medieval times. It's well laid out and full of references for further reading if you're interested. Lots of names and dates. Though a small book, this is definitely not a light read. Barry Magee added it Nov 19, 2012.

Smith, Charles . Dalkey: society and economy in a small medieval Irish town (1996) ISBN-0--8. O'Dowd, Desmond . Changing times: religion and society in nineteenth-century Celbridge (1997) ISBN: 0-7165-2635-2

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Irish Academic Press, (c)1996. Physical Description: 63p ;, 22cm. Title: Maynooth studies in local history ; n. Spine title: Dalkey : a small medieval Irish town. Geographic Name: Dalkey (Ireland) History. General Note: Spine title: Dalkey : a small medieval Irish town. Genre/Form: History fast (OCoLC)fst01411628. Download Dalkey : society and economy in a small medieval Irish town Charles V. Smith. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

Irish urban history: an agenda. Urban History, Vol. 46, Issue.

Irish urban history: an agenda. e., Settlement and society in medieval Ireland (Kilkenny, 1988), p. 33 ; Lynn, Chris and McDowell, Jacqueline, ‘The oldest city in Ireland: Armagh’ in Hamlin, Ann and Lynn, Chris (eds), Pieces of the past: archaeological excavations by the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland, 1970–1986 (Belfast, 1988), pp 57–61 ; Edwards, Nancy, The archaeology. 88 Graham, ‘Early medieval Ireland’, pp 27–8.

Local history is the study of the history of a relatively small geographic area; typically a specific settlement, parish or county

Local history is the study of the history of a relatively small geographic area; typically a specific settlement, parish or county. English local history came to the fore with the antiquarians of the 19th century and was particularly emphasised by the creation of the Victoria County History series in England.

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Loreto Calderon, ‘Number 12 Merrion Square: Townhouse of the Right Honourable William Brownlow’, in Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies, V (2002,), 10-21; Dublin [Buildings of Ireland: vol.