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Royal Inauguration in Gaelic Ireland c.1100–1600: a Cultural Landscape Study

For many medieval historians, royal inauguration means a coronation ceremony, generally at a long-established church, often a cathedral. In Ireland however, inauguration ceremonies mostly took place at special open-air assembly places. This volume is particularly concerned with the nature of these sites and their location in the Irish landscape, rather than the attendant ritual; asContinue reading “Royal Inauguration in Gaelic Ireland c.1100–1600: a Cultural Landscape Study”