A Land of war
This chapter discusses the following: war becomes endemic in the lordship; Gaelic resurgence; racism among natives and settlers; Gaelic remonstrance to John XXII, c. 1317; emergence of Gaelic leaders; claims to high-kingship by the O'Neills; Áed Ó Conchobair; Gaelic recovery in Desmond; Gaelic recovery in Thomond; disturbances in Leinster; disturbances in the midlands; erosion of land of peace; infiltration of Gaelic custom; and the parliament of 1297.
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