A Popular History of Ireland, Book 04

Thomas D'Arcy MCGEE (1825 - 1868)

Thomas D'Arcy McGee was an Irish refugee and a father of the Canadian confederation. His work on Irish history is comprehensive, encompassing twelve books; Book 4 begins with the first Norman invasion of the island and continues to the end of the 13th century. (Summary by Sibella Denton)

Genre(s): Middle Ages/Middle History

Language: English

Group: McGee- Popular History of Ireland - books 1-12

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Dermid Mcmurrogh's Negotiations and Success – The First Expedition of the Normans into Ireland Sibella Denton
00:17:05
Play 02 02 - The Arms, Armour and Tactics of the Normans and Irish Robin Cotter
00:14:30
Play 03 03 - The First Campaign of Earl Richard – Siege of Dublin – Death of King Dermid Mcmurrogh Tony Ashworth
00:15:31
Play 04 04 - Second Campaign of Earl Richard – Henry II in Ireland Tony Ashworth
00:16:22
Play 05 05 - From the Return of Henry II to England Till the Death of Earl Richard and His Principal Companions Sibella Denton
00:15:32
Play 06 06 - The Last Years of the Ard-Righ, Roderick O'Conor Tony Ashworth
00:17:23
Play 07 07 - Assassination of Hugh de Lacy Sibella Denton
00:13:48
Play 08 08 - Events of the Thirteenth Century – The Normans in Connaught Sibella Denton
00:12:36
Play 09 09 - Events of the Thirteenth Century – The Normans in Munster and Leinster Sibella Denton
00:16:21
Play 10 10 - Events of the Thirteenth Century – The Normans in Meath and Ulster Sibella Denton
00:15:43
Play 11 11 - Retrospect of the Norman Period in Ireland – A Glance at the Military Tactics of the Times – No Conquest of the Country in the Thirteenth Century Robin Cotter
00:18:38
Play 12 12 - State of Society and Learning in Ireland during the Norman Period Sibella Denton
00:09:45