Medieval Dublin II

Medieval Dublin II

These papers comprise a balance of archaeological and historical studies and constitute the second volume in the series.

Contents:

Margaret Gowen – Excavations at the site of the church and tower of St Michael le Pole, Dublin
Ailbhe MacShamhráin – The battle of Glenn Máma, Dublin, and the high-kingship of Ireland: a millennial commemoration
Barra Ó Donnabháin and Benedikt Hallgrímsson – Dublin: the biological identity of a Hiberno-Norse town
Claire Walsh – Dublin’s southern town defences, tenth to fourteenth centuries: the evidence from Ross Road
James Lydon  Dublin in transition: from Ostman town to English borough
Bernadette Williams – The Dominican annals of Dublin
Ann Lynch and Conletth Manning  Excavations at Dublin Castle, 1985-7
Jessica McMurrow – Women in medieval Dublin: an introduction
Barra Ó Donnabháin – A cut above: cranial surgery in medieval Dublin
Philomena Connolly – The rise and fall of Geoffrey Morton, mayor of Dublin, 1303-4

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