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Annals of Loch Ce

William Hennessy

Annals of Loch Ce

A Chronicle of Irish Affairs 1014-1590

by William Hennessy

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Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL11323938M
    ISBN 100811511138
    ISBN 109780811511131

    The Annals of Loch Cé (MS , late 16th century) document the period to , beginning with the Battle of Clontarf (). The Annals of the Four Masters (MSS ) date from pre-history to , and were compiled by the Irish Franciscans between and . Starting around AD, the Annals of Boyle were compiled on Trinity Island, and from to the Annals of Lough Key continued from where the Boyle annals ended. Lough Key was also the site for the legend of Una countries: Ireland.

    that search may be made in the book of the annals of thy fathers: so shalt thou find in the book of the annals and know that this city is a rebellious city, which has done damage to kings and provinces, and that they have raised sedition within the same of old time, for which cause this city was destroyed. DIOCESE OF ELPHIN (ELPHINIUM). Suffragan of Tuam, Ireland, a see founded by St. the known facts respecting its first bishop are recorded in two important memorials of early Irish hagiography, the "Vita Tripartita" of St. Patrick, and the so-called "Patrician Documents" in the "Book of Armagh" (q.v.).On his missionary tour through Connaught, which he entered by crossing the Shannon.

      In the highly entertaining 16th century Annals of Loch Cé, we are treated to an exotic mix of foreign combatants – including Welshmen, a Flemish knight, even Roman merchants. In the popular. Excerpts from The Annals Note: In the Annals of the Four Masters the "Age of the World" is equal to the first year of the age of Christ. The Age of the World, The age of the world when Parthalon came into Ireland, years. These were the chieftains who were with him: Slainge, Laighlinne, and Rudhraidhe, his three sons; Dealgnat, Nerbha, Ciochbha, and Cerbnad, their four wives.


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Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition Annals of Loch Cé Author: [unknown]. The annals of Loch Cé: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. to A.D. by Hennessy, W. (William Maunsell), ; MacDermot, Brian, d. Pages: The annals Annals of Loch Ce book Loch Ce are a primary source of Irish History from AD to AD These Annals were compiled under the patronage of Brian MacDermott, Chief of Moylurg, who resided in his castle on an island in Lough Key, near Boyle, Co.

Roscommon. The owner and person who compiled the manuscript, later known as ' The Annals of Loch Ce' was Brian Mac Dermot of Carrick-Mac Dermot, County Roscommon, who died in the year The annals were purchased in Dublin in at a book sale of Dr John O'Fergus, by Dr Thomas Leland, a fellow of Trinity College, Dublin.

The Annals of Loch Cé, RS 54, 2 vols. (London, ; rep. Dublin, ). Annals of Loch Ce book Hennessy's printed text the lacuna from to is supplied from the Annals of Connacht (which see). Gearóid Mac Niocaill, Annála Uladh agus Annála Locha Cé,Galvia 6 () [Parallel text of the prima manu entries from MSS TCD H 1 8 and TCL ].

ANNALS OF LOCH CÉ. offence. Muirglies Cananach, son of Ruaidhri 0' [Con- a.d, chobhair], the most expert man that ever came of the Gaeidhel in reading, and in psalm-singing, and in verse. The Annals of Loch Ce [Key] were copied in for Brian Mac Dermot, who had his residence in an island in Lough Key, in Roscommon.

They have been translated and edited in two volumes. The Annals of Connaught from to The annals of Loch Ce?: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. to A.D. / edited, with a translation, by William M. Hennessy, M.R.I.A.

Published by the authority of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of the master of the rolls. The Annals of Loch Ce: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D.

to A.D. / edited, with a translation by William M. Hennessy. Year-by-year written records of events (annals) were kept by monasteries from the early centuries of Christianity, being well established by the early 7th century.

This manuscript has one of the most important of these, the original copy of the Premonstratensian house of the Holy Trinity, which is located on an island in Loch Ce (Lough Key). This book reproduces the text of the original edition.

The content and language reflect the beliefs, practices and terminology of their time, and have not been updated. Cambridge University Press wishes to make clear that the book, unless originally published by Cambridge, is not being republished by, in association or collaboration with, or.

The annals of Loch Cé: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. to A.D.edited, with a translation, by William M. Hennessy Publication Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Kraus Reprint, The Annals of Loch Cé This book reproduces the text of the original edition.

The content and language reflect the beliefs, practices and terminology of their time, and have not been updated. Cambridge University Press wishes to make clear that the book, unless originally published.

Facsimile reprint of The annals of Loch Cé. A chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. to A.D. Edited, with a translation, by William M. Hennessy, M.R.I.A. (London, ) (Half-title: [Gt. Brit.

Public record Office] Rerum britannicarum medii aevi scriptores; or, Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the middle ages, no. 54).

Burke, Francis. Loch Cé and its annals: North Roscommon and the Diocese of Elphin in times of old. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., Lough Cé and its Annals: North Roscommon and the Diocese of Elphin in Times of Old by Francis Burke describes the history of Lough Key, County Roscommon and the history of the Diocese of Elphin from ancient times to the late 19th century.

Excerpt from The Annals of Loch Cé, Vol. 2: A Chronicle of Irish Affairs From A. to A. They expressed their approbation of the proposal that each Chronicle and historical document should be edited in such a manner as to represent with all possible correct ness 'the text of each writer, derived from a collation of the best MS S., and that no notes should be added, except such as were.

Annals of Loch Cé, For his poems see Book of the Dean of Lismore; S. O’Grady, Catalogue of Manuscripts in the British Museum, pp. ; Hull, Poem-book of the Gael, pp., His wife was More, daughter of Donal O’Brien; she died in Annals of Loch Cé, According to the Annals of Loch Cé, Géibheannach Ua Dubhagáin, king of Fir Maighe, was slain at the Battle of Clontarf where he was aiding Brian Boru.

If this is true, it would explain the appearance of a new ruling family in the area, namely the Uí Chaoimh (O Keeffe's) of Eóganacht Glennamhnach, with us O Duggans being relegated to second.

Compiled primarily from two lectures delivered by the author, the Very Reverend Francis Burke, Loch Ce and its Annals: North Roscommon and the Dioceses of .The Annals of Loch Cé. A chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. to A.D.2 vols, Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scripto London, et al.: Longman, Book/Monograph.Annals of Loch Cé The "Annals of Loch Cé" (Key), from an island in Lough Key, Roscommon, are written in Irish, and treat chiefly of Ireland ( to ) LC -­ William Dalton, the sheriff of Midhe, was slain by the Cenel-­Fiachaidh, and by.