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By J. R. Hill, W. E. Vaughan, Art Cosgrove, F. J. Byrne
Publish 12 months note: First released February twenty fourth 2005
In this primary quantity of the Royal Irish Academy's multi-volume a brand new heritage of eire a variety of nationwide and foreign students, in each box of research, have produced reviews of the archaeology, artwork, tradition, geography, geology, historical past, language, legislations, literature, song, and similar themes that come with surveys of all earlier scholarship mixed with the newest examine findings, to provide readers the 1st really finished and authoritative account of Irish heritage from the sunrise of time right down to the arrival of the Normans in 1169.
Included within the quantity is a entire bibliography of all of the topics mentioned within the narrative, including copious illustrations and maps, and an intensive index.
Volume 1: Prehistoric and early Ireland
Volume 2: Medieval eire (1169–1534)
Volume three: Early smooth eire (1534–1691)
Volume four: Eighteenth-century eire (1691–1800)
Volume five: eire below the union, I (1801–70)
Volume 6: eire lower than the union, II (1870–1921)
Volume 7: eire, 1921–84
Volume eight: A chronology of Irish historical past to 1976: a significant other to
Irish heritage, I
Volume nine: Maps, genealogies, lists: a spouse to Irish background, II
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Extra info for A New History of Ireland, Volume 1: Prehistoric and Early Ireland
A. Proc. , lxxiii (1973), sect. C, pp 107–27. seventy one ´ Rı´orda´in, ‘Excavation of a barrow at Rathjordan, Co. Limerick’ in Cork Hist. Soc. S. P. O Jn. , lii (1947), pp 1–4, and ‘Further barrows at Rathjordan, Co. Limerick’, ibid. , liii (1948), pp 19–31. seventy two John Hunt, ‘Prehistoric burials at Caherguillamore, Co. Limerick’ in Etienne Rynne (ed. ), North Munster reviews (Limerick, 1957), pp 20–42. seventy three H. E. Kilbride-Jones, ‘The excavation of a composite tumulus at Drimnagh, Co. Dublin’ in R. S. A. I. Jn. , lxix (1939), pp 190–220. seventy four A. T. Lucas, ‘Neolithic burial at Norrismount, Co. Wexford’ in R. S. A. I. Jn. , lxxx (1950), pp 155–7. seventy five P. J. Hartnett, ‘A neolithic burial from Martinstown, Kiltale, Co. Meath’ in R. S. A. I. Jn. , lxxxi (1951), pp 1–5. seventy six E. Prendergast, ‘Prehistoric burial at Rath, Co. Wicklow’ in R. S. A. I. Jn. , lxxxix (1959), pp 17–29. seventy seven Joseph Raftery, ‘A neolithic burial mound at Ballintruermore, Co. Wicklow’ in R. S. A. I. Jn. , ciii (1973), pp 214–19. seventy eight Barry Raftery, ‘A prehistoric burial mound at Baunogenasraid, Co. Carlow’ in R. I. A. Proc. , lxxiv (1974), sect. C, pp 277–312. seventy nine P. F. Wallace, ‘A prehistoric burial mound at Ardcrony, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary’ in N. Munster Antiq. Jn. , xix (1977), pp 3–20; Conleth Manning, ‘A neolithic burial mound at Ashley Park, Co. Tipperary’ in R. I. A. Proc. , lxxxv (1985), sect. C, pp 61–100. M. J. O’KELLY ninety three different megalithic monuments that unquestionably started to be in-built the overdue neolithic interval and persevered to be outfitted and utilized in the succeeding steel age are status stones and stone alignments. One or very tall status stones have had cist graves at their bases. in a single case the five. 2 m excessive monolith within the lengthy Stone Rath at Furness, County Kildare, marked a cist-grave containing the fragmentary continues to be of 2 humans. regrettably a couple of sherds of pottery present in the cist have been of an indeterminate nature, yet one other item, a stone wrist-guard, might suggest that this was once a beaker interment. eighty The Punchestown lengthy Stone, County Kildare, additionally marked a cist grave, this one in every of bronze-age variety, yet there have been no diagnostic grave items. eighty one To the east-south-east of Newgrange, and visual from it, are status stones as already pointed out. the realm round the base of the bigger one, stone C in Coffey’s survey, has been excavated,82 and whereas a few 80 items of flint have been came across, there have been no diagnostic items. as the box were tilled again and again long ago, it's not sure that any of those reveals was once at once linked to the status stone, in particular due to the fact that comparable flints may be picked up in any ploughed box within the region. The date and goal of erection, hence, stay indeterminate. The alignments which are present in a number of components of eire are frequently very impressive monuments. eighty three and they include 5 or 6 tall orthostats set a few metres aside in a instantly line mendacity nearly east and west and at the best of a ridge, in order that from many issues of vantage they're visible in silhouette opposed to the sky. The tallest stone—examples 6 m excessive are known—is on the east finish of the road, and the heights reduce steadily to the west finish.