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The annals of Ireland, translated from the original Irish of the four masters, by Owen Connellan, with annotations by Philip MacDermott, and the translator.

Related Names: MacDermott, Philip , ed., Connellan, Owen 1800-1869, tr., O'Clery, Michael 1575-1643.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin, B. Geraghty, 1846.
Subjects: Ireland > History > Sources.
Note: "The chief author of the annals was Michael O'Clery ... [They] commence at the earliest period of Irish history, and are carried down to A.D. 1616 ... The present publication will comprise the annals from A.D. 1171, to their termination."--Introd.
Added t.-p. illustrated in color: The annals of the four masters.
Physical Description: 9 p. L., 736 p. fold. map. 30 cm.
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