Early Christian Ireland
Cambridge University Press, 30 нояб. 2000 г. - Всего страниц: 707
"This is the first fully documented history of Ireland and the Irish between the fourth and ninth centuries A.D., from Saint Patrick to the Vikings - the earliest period for which historical records are available." "It opens with the Irish raids and settlements in Britain, and the conversion of Ireland to Christianity. It ends as Viking attacks on Ireland accelerate in the second quarter of the ninth century. The book takes account of the Irish both at home and abroad, including the Irish in northern Britain, in England, and on the continent." "Two principal thematic strands are the connection between the early Irish church and its neighbours, and the rise of the Ui Neill and the kingship of Tara." -- jacket.
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II Social distinctions and moral values
CHAPTER FOUR Ireland and Rome
CHAPTER FIVE Conversion to Christianity
CHAPTER SIX The organisation of the early Irish Church
CHAPTER SEVEN Columba Iona and Lindisfarne
CHAPTER EIGHT Columbanus and his disciples
CHAPTER NINE The paschal controversy
CHAPTER TEN The primatial claims of Armagh Kildare and Canterbury
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