Medieval Dublin V

Medieval Dublin V

These proceedings of the fifth public symposium, held by the Friends of Medieval Dublin in 2003, include numerous essays on the city during medieval times.

Contents:

Linzi Simpson – Excavations on the southern side of the medieval town at Ship Street Little, Dublin
Pádraig Ó Riain – Dublin’s oldest book? A list of saints ‘made in Germany’
John Ó Neill – Excavations at Longford Street Little, Dublin: an archaeological approach to Dubh Linn
Rosanne Meenan – The excavation of pre-Norman burials and ditch near St Michan’s church, Dublin
Emmet O’Byrne – Cultures in contact in the Leinster and Dublin marches, 1170-1400
Alan Hayden – Excavations of the medieval river frontage at Arran Quay, Dublin
Michael O’Neill – St Patrick’s cathedral, Dublin, and its prebendal churches: gothic architectural relationships
Alan J. Fletcher – God’s jesters and the festive culture of medieval Ireland
Raymond Gillespie – Robert Ware’s telling tale: a medieval Dublin story and its significance

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