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Medieval Wexford free pdf This collection explores the history and archaeology of Co. Wexford - and beyond - as seen through language, documents, monuments, settlement and landscape. The volume reflects the range of interests and breadth of knowledge of the late Billy Colfer. Contents include: Terry Barry (TCD) on Anglo-Norman frontier and moated sites- Isabel Bennett (ind.) on recent medieval excavation in Co. Wexford- Niall Colfer (UCD) on Ballyhack millstones- Christiaan Corlett

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Author : Ian Doyle
Publisher : Four Courts Press Ltd
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ISBN : 1846825709
EAN : 9781846825705
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 288 pages
Age + : 18 years
Language : English
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