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Early Medieval Ireland: 400-1200 (Longman History of Ireland) by Daibhi O Croinin ISBN 13: 9780582015661

ISBN 10: 0582015669

Hardcover; Longman Group United Kingdom; ISBN-13: 978-0582015661

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Early Medieval Ireland: 400-1200 (Longman History of Ireland)

Early Medieval Ireland: 400-1200 (Longman History of Ireland)

by Daibhi O Croinin

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9780582015661
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0582015669
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Fine Clean Hardcover And Near Fine Collectible Dust Jacket Not Price Clipped. NOT a library copy. First Edition.London: Longman, 1995. Book. Fine. 379 pp. Comprehensive use of source material and early Irish law. Sees Irish Ogam as mostly Pagan without Christian influence. Hard to find in hardcover. Fine black Cloth. Silver spine titles. Dust jacket has an inch repaired tear on the lower back of the jacket but NO chips. Otherwise it would be "Fine" Three Geese in Flight since 1977 offering passionate Celtic Studies from the Land to the West.
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