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Church in Medieval Ireland

The history of medieval Ireland was shaped by the friction between Irish and English cultures. The ecclesiastical dimension of this relationship is studied here, examining how a mixed episcopate evolved, with religious orders from both peoples, and how this affected Irish politics and history.

296 pages


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The reform of the Church in the 12th century the papacy, Henry II and the Irish Church religious orders, 1127-1340 changing episcopate in the 13th century the rule of law the century before the Reformation afterword.

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