Anglo Norman Parks in Medieval Ireland

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Anglo Norman Parks in Medieval Ireland
Author : Fiona Beglane
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Publisher : Four Courts PressLtd
Language : English
Release Date : 01 May 2015
ISBN : 1846825695
Pages : 240 pages
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Anglo Norman Parks in Medieval Ireland by Fiona Beglane Book PDF Summary

This book examines the evidence for medieval parks in Anglo-Norman Ireland. It is the first book on the subject and concentrates on the parks documented in the period 1169 to c.1350. Drawing on archaeological fieldwork, historical and place-name evidence, the book generates a broad understanding of the role of parks in medieval society. It stresses the importance of the landscape and of the deer, cattle, and timber within it as integral aspects of the material culture of high medieval Ireland. The research is underpinned by extensive fieldwork, which has identified surviving park features in the landscape. Key topics explored include the form and function of medieval parks, their occurrence and location in the landscape, the status and identity of their owners, and a comparison with parks elsewhere. Notably, the evidence suggests that both parks and fallow deer were relatively uncommon in Ireland compared to England. The reasons for this lie in chronology, landscape, and politics, and these form a major theme within the book, which looks at over 45 parks across Ireland. [Subject: History, Medieval Studies, Irish Studies, Archaeology]

Anglo Norman Parks in Medieval Ireland

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