By Daibhi O Croinin
During this first quantity of the Royal Irish Academy's multi-volume a brand new historical past of eire quite a lot of nationwide and overseas students, in each box of research, have produced reports of the archaeology, paintings, tradition, geography, geology, background, language, legislations, literature, song, and comparable subject matters that come with surveys of all past scholarship mixed with the most recent learn findings, to supply readers the 1st really complete and authoritative account of Irish heritage from the sunrise of time all the way down to the arriving of the Normans in 1169. integrated within the quantity is a entire bibliography of all of the subject matters mentioned within the narrative, including copious illustrations and maps, and an intensive index.
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After H. A. , xlvii, sect. C (1941–2) 23 A partially enclosed settlement with rectangular houses at Ballywee, Co. Antrim. By courtesy of Dr Chris Lynn 24 Early medieval settlements in the landscape: the ringforts at Lisleagh, Co. Cork, and other probable early medieval sites in the area. After Monk & Sheehan, Early med. Munster, by kind permission of the Cork University Press 25 Agricultural implements, including ploughshares (a–c), spade (d), reaping hooks (e–f), bill-hook (g), and plough coulters (h, i).
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