This biography restores Cornelius Nary, best known for "The Case of the Roman Catholics in Ireland", his influential publication during the penal law period, and his controversial 1718 translation of the New Testament as one of the most prominent Catholic figures in early 18th century Ireland.
This book explores the origin and evolution of the concepts of citizenship and identity in Ireland from a broadly historical perspective, tracing their development in terms of rights and duties, from classical times, through the medieval period and the era partition in Ireland, to the present difficulties surrounding Brexit and the refugee crisis.
Volume 5 of the Excavations at Knowth series presents the findings relating to the use of the site from the Late Iron Age to the modern era. The huge array of finds excavated at Knowth associated with the period under consideration are presented, with an accompanying CD-ROM cataloguing the un-illustrated finds.
This multi-disciplinary collection of fourteen essays explores the collection, cultivation, consumption and culture of food and drink in Ireland from the beginnings of settlement in the Mesolithic to the present.