Medieval Dublin IV

Medieval Dublin IV

The fourth volume in the series includes, for the first time, essays on north Dublin.

Contents:

Tim Coughlan – Excavations at the medieval cemetery of St Peter’s church, Dublin
Eileen Reilly – The contribution of insect remains to an understanding of the environment of Viking-age and medieval Dublin
James Lydon – The defences of Dublin in the middle ages
Cathal Duddy – The role of St Thomas’ abbey in the early development of Dublin’s western suburb
Laureen Buckley – Health status in medieval Dublin: analysis of the skeletal remains from the abbey of St Thomas the Martyr
Edmond O’Donovan – The growth and decline of a medieval suburb? Evidence from excavations at Thomas Street, Dublin
Lynda Conlon – Women in medieval Dublin: their legal rights and economic power
Emer Purcell – Land use in medieval Oxmantown
Emmett O’Byrne – A much disputed land: Carrickmines and the Dublin marches
Danielle O’Donovan – English patron, English building? The importance of St Sepulchre’s archiepiscopal palace, Dublin Arran Quay
Linzi Simpson – Dublin’s southern frontier under siege: Kindlestown Castle, Delgany, County Wicklow.