Category: Gaelic Ireland

Categories: Ireland, History | Former Countries in Europe

Early Gaelic Ireland (Éire Ghaelach) refers to the political and social order, and associated culture of Ireland from the prehistoric era until the Norman invasion of 1169.

After 1169, Gaelic Ireland became a fluid hierarchy of independently governed territories often disrupted by territorial warfare, some ruled by local chiefs, others by invading forces who stayed to settle.

Following The Nine Years' War (Tyrone's Rebellion) of 1593-1603, Ireland was dominated by the English Tudor dynasty and the Lordship of Ireland.

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abt 1778 County Clare, Ireland photo
15 Apr 1830 Kilfenora, Clare, Ireland - 24 Dec 1888 photo
1798 Rath, Clare, Ireland - 07 Jun 1866 photo
23 Oct 1836 Kilfenora, Clare, Ireland - 05 Jun 1891 photo

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