Medieval Lough Cé
History, archaeology and landscape
Thomas Finan, editor
The role of Lough Cé and its relationship to the various lordships of north Roscommon in the later Middle Ages is examined in this collection of essays. Lough Cé was a vital geographic feature in relation to the MacDermot and O’Conor dynasties of the 13th and 14th century, and was the scene of a number of military incursions on the part of English lordships in the mid-13th century. Yet, this lake, and the history and archaeology of the region surrounding the lake, has rarely been examined as a landscape feature in, and of, itself.