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I firmly believe that you cannot really understand Irish history without also understanding the history of the large island to our east.Norman Davies's The Isles is a masterly treatment of the story of the British Isles and their peoples from the most ancient times to the present.
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by Bill Dobbs The regal armorie of Great Britain, from the time of the Ancient Britons to the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria : the institution of chivalry, and the origin of emblematic insignia in ancient nations by Alexander Brunet Varieties and Synonymes of Surnames and Christian Names in Ireland for the Guidance of Registration Officers and the Public in Searching the Indexes of Births, Deaths, and Marriages by Sir Robert E.
Aimer et Mourir offers a wide-ranging selection of essays that collectively address how, from the Middle Ages to the present, the notions of love and death get inextricably associated with the narratives that are women's lives.
Some of the essays tackle male writers' representations that link women and, in particular, women's sexuality, with death, resulting in the figures of the femme fatale, the woman in parturition, and the desiring vampire.
In the Middle Ages, Gaelic culture became dominant throughout the rest of Scotland and the Isle of Man.