Gaelic polity and cultural identity
This chapter discusses the following: Irish kingship; complexities of politics and warfare; central government and colonists on the defensive; political accommodations; the economy; transhumance; dwellings; the church inter Hibernicos; the church and the two nations; archbishops as peacemakers; the stirrings of Irish nationalism; and the pressures of political reality.
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