Medieval Dublin XVIII


Seán Duffy, editor

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April 2021. 390pp; ills.

Editor’s Preface
Seán Duffy

Appreciation
Councillor John Gallagher

The early medieval ecclesiastical enclosures of Dublin: exploring their character, chronology and evolving function in light of excavations across Ireland 
Lorcan Harney

Dublin and the Gaelic Irish economy in the eleventh and twelfth centuries
Denis Casey

Saints’ dedications and the ecclesiastical landscape of Hiberno-Norse Dublin: Irish, Scandinavian and others
Edel Bhreathnach

Why were there so few papal provisions in thirteenth-century Dublin?
Thomas W. Smith

‘The Pale at prayer’: lived religious experience in Anglo-Norman: Dublin’s two cathedrals
John William Sullivan

Saints and skinners: excavations along the northern precinct of the abbey of Saint Thomas the Martyr, Dublin 
Paul Duffy

Blackpitts: Dublin’s medieval tanning quarter
Antoine Giacometti

Dragons, giants and beautiful women: medieval Dublin in the European imagination
Caoimhe Whelan

St Sepulchre’s palace: new perspectives from recent excavations
Alan R. Hayden

The parliamentary subsidy in fifteenth-century County Dublin and the men who collected it
Brian Coleman

Late medieval footwear and leather finds from Chancery Lane, Dublin
John Nicholl

From mayor of Dublin to barons of Scrine: the Mareward family in Ireland, c.1360–1564
Randolph Jones