3 edition of Clanricard"s Castle, Portumna found in the catalog.
Clanricard"s Castle, Portumna
by Four Courts Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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This book addresses many of the questions posed by the building and situation of Portumna Castle, Co. Galway. The book's introduction describes the building as 'Irish and yet not Irish, a castle and yet not a castle, magnificent in scale,' but only on Irish terms/5(4).
‘Fenlon’s paper is the central pivot of the book and draws together architectural, historical, documentary and archaeological evidence to breath life back into the building [this book] serves to position Portumna within its wider international context', Rory Sherlock, Journal of Medieval Archaeology ().
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Composed of essays derived from papers presented at a conference held at Portumna in April "--Page x. Buy Clanricard's Castle: Portumna House, Co.
Galway by Fenlon, Jane, Girouard, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(4). Clanricard's Castle: Portumna House, Co. Galway This book addresses many of the questions posed by the building and situation of Portumna Castle, Co.
Galway. The book's introduction describes the building as 'Irish and yet not Irish, a castle and yet not a castle, magnificent in scale,' but only on Irish terms. Clanricard's Castle Portumna House, Co. Galway. Jane Fenlon editor. Hardback € Catalogue Price: € Only 2 copies Remaining!!.
ISBN: September pp; colour ills. throughout. This richly illustrated book brings together ten essays by experts in the fields of architecture, history, archaeology and art. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Clanricard's Castle: Portumna House, Co.
Galway at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Territory. The territory, in what is now County Galway, Ireland, stretched from the barony of Clare in the north-west along the borders of County Mayo, to the River Shannon in the east.
Subservient territories included Uí Maine, Kinela, de Bermingham's Country, Síol Anmchadha and southern Sil Muirdeagh. Title. The Clanricarde, was a Gaelic title meaning "Richard's family", or "(head of.
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Lazrus and Alex W. Barker, eds. Four Courts Press, Hardback, pages This richly illustrated book brings together ten essays by experts in the fields of architecture, history, archaeology and art history, each throwing light on a different aspect of the planning, development and features of one of Ireland’s most important seventeenth-century buildings.
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Full text of "A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland, from to Now for the First Time " See other formats. See in the vicinity, at Brigowne, 1 m., ruins of Ch. and round tower: 1½ m., ruins of Caherdriny Castle; 2 m., ruins of Carriganoura Castle. Castle Hyde near to Mitchelstown deserves a visit.
The grounds are extensive, and the house is curiously seated at the base of a lofty rock. Full text of "A contemporary history of affairs in Ireland, from to Now for the first time published, with an appendix of original letters and documents. Edited by.
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