This lecture explores Ancient and Early Medieval Ireland. It gives us a brief and broad overview of ''Celtic'' Ireland, its politics and tribal landscape while touching on Irish Paganism and the rise of Christianity in Ireland before the coming of the Viking Age.
From Roman references to the Irish Annals and Sagas or Epics we see watch as Ireland not only has an impact on Early Medieval Europe but how those impacts lasted.
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HIST-416 Medieval British History
Asst. Prof. David E. Thornton
Formation of the medieval English state from its Anglo-Saxon beginnings to the 14th century, tracing the developments in central and local government, its politics, social structure and its interaction with the rest of the British Isles and the Continent.
The focus of this channel is history plain and simple and all of the facts and theories that come with it.