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A History of the Black Death in Ireland

by Maria Kelly

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Published by Tempus Publishing, Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • Social history,
  • History - General History,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Ireland,
  • General,
  • History / Ireland,
  • IRELAND_HISTORY,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7982131M
    ISBN 100752419870
    ISBN 109780752419879

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      The Black Death first arrived in Ireland visa ships landing on the east coast in July   Today we know it as the bubonic plague and it was spread by fleas on rats.   Before long, the epidemic. Ever wondered what the Black Death was really like? Find out in this snippet from my new book ' A Medieval Apocalypse - The Black Death in Ireland'.

    A Black death story Death is just around the corner. By: Selena Bonner I know this was sad however it was a very good book you have talent my friend and lots of potential. Permalink; and to think of all the people that died during this time of the black death. Permalink; Comment;. The Black Death was the second plague pandemic recorded, after the Plague of Justinian (–). The plague created religious, social, and economic upheavals, with profound effects on the course of European history.


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A History of the Black Death in Ireland by Maria Kelly Download PDF EPUB FB2

Maria Kelly goes in search of the “Great Pestilence” and traces how the Irish reacted to this seemingly invisible killer. Maria Kelly is a freelance writer and historian. Her other books include The Great Dying: A History of the Black Death in Dublin, also published by Tempus.

She lives in by: 9. A History of the Black Death in Ireland. Transported by rats and fleas in the trading vessels plying between Ireland, England, and France, the plague appeared in Dublin and Drogheda in the summer of /5.

Maria Kelly examines the fear, panic and superstition surrounding the outbreak that many believed was a punishment from God for their sins.

Maria Kelly is a freelance writer and historian and lives in Belgium. Her first book, A History of the Black Death in Ireland, will be out soon in a new edition with Tempus.3/5(2). Margaret Anne Cusack. An Illustrated History of Ireland.

start of chapter | Chapter XXII. The Black Death broke out in Ireland in the year The annalists give fearful accounts of this visitation. It appeared in Dublin first, and so fatal were its effects, that four thousand souls are said to have perished there from August to Christmas.

"Between and the Black Death swept across Europe, penetrating to the very edges of the continent. Ireland fell victim in the summer of when the plague broke out in Dublin and Drogheda. It spread quickly and virulently. was one of the darkest years in European history.

The most deadly of all diseases – the Black Death – swept across the continent reaching Ireland in the late summer. Ireland fared little better. Between August and Christmas it was said t people died in Dublin alone (a rate of a day).

For more information I can only recommend these two books by Maria Kelly: A History of the Black Death in Ireland (Tempus Publication, ) - The Great Dying - The Black Death in Dublin (Tempus Publication.

The Annals of Clonmacnoise also record the Black Death in Roscommon inprobably a scribal error since the plague would most likely have taken longer to reach the west of Ireland. Buy A History of the Black Death in Ireland (Revealing History) by Kelly, Maria (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(4). Called the Great Mortality as it caused its devastation, this second great pandemic of Bubonic Plague became known as the Black Death in the.

Thus wrote John Clyn, a Franciscan Friar in Kilkenny inthe year the Black Death took hold in Ireland. Transported by rats and fleas in the trading vessels plying between Ireland, England and France, the plague appeared in Dublin and Drogheda in the summer of Price Range: $ - $ The greatest killer in recorded history – the Black Death – swept across the continent reaching Ireland in the late Summer.

Within twelve months, over one-third of the population had died. Our ancestors faced what they thought was the end of the world. The havoc wrought by this deadly disease triggered warfare, social upheaval and rebellion/5.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kelly, Maria. History of the Black Death in Ireland. Stroud, Gloucestershire ; Charleston, SC: Tempus, A History of the Black Death in Ireland (Revealing History) by Maria Kelly ISBN ISBN Paperback; Stroud, Uk: Tempus, ; ISBN Item(s) successfully added to the cart.

A HISTORY OF THE BLACK DEATH IN IRELAND. By: Kelly, Maria. Price: £ Quantity: 2 available. Book Condition: Very Good. A history of the Black Death in Ireland. By Maria Kelly. Ppillus. Stroud, Glos.: Tempus, £ paperback edition.

- Volume 35 Issue - Michael Staunton. Her other book – A History of the Black Death in Ireland’ appears to be the one on which the H I article is based. The latter book is very readable and informative but it has a very short and poor two-page index – e.g. Kerry is indexed for pa 77 and but does not appear on any of them.

Building towards the release of my book on the Black Death – A Medieval Apocalypse on May 2nd this article look at the last time plague threatened Ireland. While bubonic plague evokes images of the Middle Ages, Ireland has had.

The term "Black Irish" has been in circulation among Irish emigrants and their descendants for centuries. Yet, as a subject of historical discussion, it is almost never referred to in Ireland. 14 I am fortunate in having been able to consult in proof Chapter VIII of Dr.

Otway Ruthven’s History of Mediaeval Ireland (London ). Gwynn’s monograph ‘The Black Death in Ireland’ (Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, Vol.

XXIV,pp–42) is also of value. 15 A. Gwynn, op. cit., p. Historian, blogger and podcaster Fin Dwyer wants to tell a fascinating, untold history of the Black Death in Ireland in audiobook & print format.

To do this he needs your help. Find out more at.This was a rampant disease that tore through the streets of this city as well as cities all across Europe, the plague, or Black Death as it came to be known, claimed the lives of as many as 14, people in Ireland before it eventually disappeared.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for History of the Black Death in Ireland by Maria Kelly (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay!

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