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VidéoThis documentary captures the way of Dublin life that is rapidly disappearing. The film delves into the lives of colourful characters that have been such a part and parcel of city life for many decades
LivreJoseph BRADY, Editeur commercial ; Anngret SIMMS, Editeur commercial | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 2001This is the first volume in a series that deals with the planning and development of Dublin from the earliest times to the present day.
LivreIn 1837 Samuel Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of Ireland was published, including 3,255 towns and villages in Ireland. For each listing this informative source identifies exact location by province, barony, direction and distance from the neare[...]
ArticleThe Irish language is not often associated with an urban population, but in the early years of the XVIIIth century Dublin had a considerable number of Irish speakers living within or close to the city. After the Battle of the Boyne Dublin became[...]
LivreThis book traces the history of the heart of Dublin, the ancient centre of the city, street by street, area by area.
LivreDuring the second phase of construction of the new Civic Offices, Dublin, in the early 1990s, an archaeological excavation revealed evidence 13th century waterfront activity. It also confirmed the status of Winetavern Street as a major bustling [...]
LivreThis book is a much-awaited addition to Tipperary's history. This 400 page hardback new history is a necessary companion to Burke's history of Clonmel, published in 1907. Dr. O'Donnell takes up the story where Canon Burke left off and treats in [...]
LivreThis travel guide to Dublin includes historic information, advice on where to stay and where to eat, as well as practical information on how to get about. Aerial maps and town maps are included.
LivreVivien Igoe traces the connections between writers and the city from natives such as Wilde, Joyce, O'Casey and Behan ; to those who spent most of their adult years there such as Kavanagh and Swift ; and even visitors such as Dickens and Shelley.
LivreIrish Towns : A Guide to Sources consists of ten chapters by specialist authors on the cartographic, material and literary sources available for the study of Irish towns and their inhabitants through the centuries. Each chapter is amply illustra[...]