Ireland and the Crusades

Edward Coleman, Paul Duffy & Tadhg O'Keeffe, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-861-4
September 2022. 256pp; colour ills.

Edward Coleman
Ireland and the Crusades: surveying the field

Jean-Michel Picard
Inspiring Irish crusaders: St Bernard’s writings and Cistercian impact

Maeve Callan
Conquest as Crusade: Ireland’s invasion and a colonial plea to the papacy

Catherine Swift
'Palmers' as ex-Crusaders in Irish urban environments? The evidence of the Dublin Guild Merchant Roll

Paul Duffy
Curtailing Kings: Ireland, the Cathar Crusade and the cult of Simon de Montfort

Ciaran McDonnell
From the Boyne Valley to the Holy Land: the crusading tradition of Geoffrey de Geneville and Jean de Joinville

Helen J. Nicholson
The Military-Religious Orders in Ireland: their patrons and their purpose

Paolo Virtuani
Tuitio Fidei? The Irish Hospitallers at war

Thomas Ivory
The medieval hospital in Ireland: a comment on the crusader connection

David McIlreavy
Reconstructing the manor of Ballyman: The Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon in the southern marches of Dublin

Dave Swift
Regal poise: the ‘crossed-legged’ phenomenon on Irish effigy tombs during the age of the Crusades

Kathryn Hurlock
Crusading Rhetoric and Anglo-Irish Relations, c. 1300–1600

Emer Purcell
A Dublin ‘crusader’

Tadhg O'Keeffe
Epilogue: commanderies, crusades, frontiers