Overlord becomes feudal lord, 1172–85
This chapter discusses the following: Henry's affairs in equilibrium; de Lacy and Strongbow in Ireland; assistance from Ireland to Henry in the Angevin dominions; battle of Fornham, August 1173; Scottish king captured, July 1174; Strongbow's agreement with Raymond le Gros, 1173; campaigns in Munster; Domnall Mór Ua Briain attacks Kilkenny, late 1173; Anglo-Norman reverses at Thurles and Waterford; Ua Conchobair marches on Dublin; Raymond's counter-offensive; Anglo-Norman reprisals; Raymond's expedition to Limerick, October 1175; Ruaidrí Ua Conchabair's negotiations with Henry; treaty of Windsor, October 1175; Anglo-Normans at Limerick besieged by Ua Briain, 1176; relieved by Raymond; death of Strongbow, May 1176; Limerick turned over to Ua Briain and destroyed; failure of treaty of Windsor; council of Oxford, May 1177; Ireland within the ‘Angevin empire’; arrangements for a lordship under John III; Anglo-Norman takeover in Desmond, late 1177; John de Caurcy in Ulster, 1177–81; Cardinal Vivian and the synod of Dublin, 1177; royal representatives: Hugh de Lacy; Lorcán Ua Tuathail as archbishop of Dublin; Ua Tuathail dies, 14 November 1180; the way cleared for John's lordship; John's entourage and appurtenances; John's expedition to Ireland, April–December 1185; de Lacy's murder; and a kingdom of Ireland?
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