Angebote zu "Ireland" (54 Treffer)

Competency of the Parliaments of Great Britain ...
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Competency of the Parliaments of Great Britain Ireland to Incorporate Their Legislatures:With Some Remarks Upon the Debate in the Irish House of Commons Upon the Address (Classic Reprint) Author of the Necessity of an I Ireland

Anbieter: Hugendubel.de
Stand: 22.05.2017
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A Short History of Ireland
26,40 € *
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Updated new edition of this classic account of the Irish national struggle and its advance into the modern world. From the earliest times in Irish history to the peace process, the author casts light on the people and events which have contributed to present-day Irish society, both North and South. This third edition of John O´Beirne Ranelagh´s classic history of Ireland incorporates contemporary political and economic events as well as the latest archaeological and DNA discoveries. Comprehensively revised and updated throughout, it considers Irish history from the earliest times through the Celts, Cromwell, plantations, famine, Independence, the Omagh bomb, peace initiatives, and financial collapse. It profiles the key players in Irish history from Diarmuid MacMurrough to Gerry Adams and casts new light on the events, North and South, that have shaped Ireland today. Ireland´s place in the modern world and its relationship with Britain, the USA and Europe is also examined with a fresh and original eye. Worldwide interest in Ireland continues to increase, but whereas it once focused on violence in Northern Ireland, the tumultuous financial events in the South have opened fresh debates and drawn fresh interest. This is a new history for a new era.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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A Short History of Ireland
26,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Updated new edition of this classic account of the Irish national struggle and its advance into the modern world. From the earliest times in Irish history to the peace process, the author casts light on the people and events which have contributed to present-day Irish society, both North and South. This third edition of John O´Beirne Ranelagh´s classic history of Ireland incorporates contemporary political and economic events as well as the latest archaeological and DNA discoveries. Comprehensively revised and updated throughout, it considers Irish history from the earliest times through the Celts, Cromwell, plantations, famine, Independence, the Omagh bomb, peace initiatives, and financial collapse. It profiles the key players in Irish history from Diarmuid MacMurrough to Gerry Adams and casts new light on the events, North and South, that have shaped Ireland today. Ireland´s place in the modern world and its relationship with Britain, the USA and Europe is also examined with a fresh and original eye. Worldwide interest in Ireland continues to increase, but whereas it once focused on violence in Northern Ireland, the tumultuous financial events in the South have opened fresh debates and drawn fresh interest. This is a new history for a new era.

Anbieter: Thalia.de
Stand: 19.04.2017
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A Short History of Ireland
26,40 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Updated new edition of this classic account of the Irish national struggle and its advance into the modern world. From the earliest times in Irish history to the peace process, the author casts light on the people and events which have contributed to present-day Irish society, both North and South. This third edition of John O´Beirne Ranelagh´s classic history of Ireland incorporates contemporary political and economic events as well as the latest archaeological and DNA discoveries. Comprehensively revised and updated throughout, it considers Irish history from the earliest times through the Celts, Cromwell, plantations, famine, Independence, the Omagh bomb, peace initiatives, and financial collapse. It profiles the key players in Irish history from Diarmuid MacMurrough to Gerry Adams and casts new light on the events, North and South, that have shaped Ireland today. Ireland´s place in the modern world and its relationship with Britain, the USA and Europe is also examined with a fresh and original eye. Worldwide interest in Ireland continues to increase, but whereas it once focused on violence in Northern Ireland, the tumultuous financial events in the South have opened fresh debates and drawn fresh interest. This is a new history for a new era.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 13.03.2017
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Ireland Through European Eyes: Western Europe, ...
48,40 € *
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This is a pathbreaking in-depth analysis of Ireland ´s efforts to gain entry into the European Communities (EC) between 1958 and 1973. It draws on archives from eleven countries (Europe, North America and the South Pacific) to present a complete account of Ireland ´s path to Europe for the first time. The book examines Ireland ´s relations with the six members of the EC and the institutions of the EEC and NATO and Irish efforts to convince Western Europe that Ireland was a worthy member of the EC. Uniquely, it documents European perceptions, reactions and attitudes to Ireland ´s endeavors. In addition, it incorporates the British and British Commonwealth perspective.

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 07.05.2017
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Ireland Through European Eyes: Western Europe, ...
69,99 € *
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This is a pathbreaking in-depth analysis of Ireland ´s efforts to gain entry into the European Communities (EC) between 1958 and 1973. It draws on archives from eleven countries (Europe, North America and the South Pacific) to present a complete account of Ireland ´s path to Europe for the first time. The book examines Ireland ´s relations with the six members of the EC and the institutions of the EEC and NATO and Irish efforts to convince Western Europe that Ireland was a worthy member of the EC. Uniquely, it documents European perceptions, reactions and attitudes to Ireland ´s endeavors. In addition, it incorporates the British and British Commonwealth perspective.

Anbieter: Thalia.de
Stand: 19.04.2017
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Ireland Through European Eyes: Western Europe, ...
48,40 € *
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This is a pathbreaking in-depth analysis of Ireland ´s efforts to gain entry into the European Communities (EC) between 1958 and 1973. It draws on archives from eleven countries (Europe, North America and the South Pacific) to present a complete account of Ireland ´s path to Europe for the first time. The book examines Ireland ´s relations with the six members of the EC and the institutions of the EEC and NATO and Irish efforts to convince Western Europe that Ireland was a worthy member of the EC. Uniquely, it documents European perceptions, reactions and attitudes to Ireland ´s endeavors. In addition, it incorporates the British and British Commonwealth perspective.

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 13.03.2017
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The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland
47,00 € *
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A significant body of scholarship addresses pre-Norman Irish life and history, including the archaeology, art, and architecture from the time of St. Patrick (d. 493) to the arrival of the Normans in the twelfth century. While the place of the church and its organization in pre-Norman Ireland have been extensively studied, relatively little has been published on the eucharistic liturgy as celebrated in the pre-Norman church or on the attitudes of its worshippers to the Eucharist. But, as Neil Xavier O´Donoghue notes, many of Ireland´s national treasures--including the Ardagh Chalice, the ´´Book of Kells,´´ and Cormac´s Chapel--date from this time and are directly connected with the celebration of the Eucharist. Additionally, many of the textual and archaeological sources for the study of pre-Norman Ireland--saints´ lives, penitentials, monastic rules, manuscripts, eucharistic vessels, church buildings, and ecclesiastical complexes--directly relate to the Eucharist. There has been no attempt to provide a useful synthesis since F. E. Warren´s 1881 ´´Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ provides a necessary, updated synthesis, one that incorporates advances made in liturgical studies and liturgical theology since the early twentieth century. In addition to reassessing and supplementing the texts discussed by Warren, O´Donoghue considers the social dimension of the Eucharist, its treatment in art and architecture, and its treatment as reflected by the spirituality of the time, placing this new analysis within a better understood Western European cultural and liturgical context. Most importantly, O´Donoghue shows that pre-Norman Ireland was very much a part of the Western (Gallican) liturgical tradition; he argues that what we know of the Eucharist in Ireland must be integrated into what we know of it in Britain and Gaul in order to understand the central role of the Eucharist in the Christianization of the West.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´the Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ fills an important gap in liturgical history and theology within the little known and studied Celtic liturgical tradition, a gap not addressed for at least one hundred years. This is a superb work of great value to scholars and students within the various disciplines of liturgical studies, medieval studies, and Irish studies. --Maxwell E. Johnson, University of Notre Dame

Anbieter: Bol.de
Stand: 19.05.2017
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The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland
47,00 € *
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A significant body of scholarship addresses pre-Norman Irish life and history, including the archaeology, art, and architecture from the time of St. Patrick (d. 493) to the arrival of the Normans in the twelfth century. While the place of the church and its organization in pre-Norman Ireland have been extensively studied, relatively little has been published on the eucharistic liturgy as celebrated in the pre-Norman church or on the attitudes of its worshippers to the Eucharist. But, as Neil Xavier O´Donoghue notes, many of Ireland´s national treasures--including the Ardagh Chalice, the ´´Book of Kells,´´ and Cormac´s Chapel--date from this time and are directly connected with the celebration of the Eucharist. Additionally, many of the textual and archaeological sources for the study of pre-Norman Ireland--saints´ lives, penitentials, monastic rules, manuscripts, eucharistic vessels, church buildings, and ecclesiastical complexes--directly relate to the Eucharist. There has been no attempt to provide a useful synthesis since F. E. Warren´s 1881 ´´Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ provides a necessary, updated synthesis, one that incorporates advances made in liturgical studies and liturgical theology since the early twentieth century. In addition to reassessing and supplementing the texts discussed by Warren, O´Donoghue considers the social dimension of the Eucharist, its treatment in art and architecture, and its treatment as reflected by the spirituality of the time, placing this new analysis within a better understood Western European cultural and liturgical context. Most importantly, O´Donoghue shows that pre-Norman Ireland was very much a part of the Western (Gallican) liturgical tradition; he argues that what we know of the Eucharist in Ireland must be integrated into what we know of it in Britain and Gaul in order to understand the central role of the Eucharist in the Christianization of the West.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´the Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ fills an important gap in liturgical history and theology within the little known and studied Celtic liturgical tradition, a gap not addressed for at least one hundred years. This is a superb work of great value to scholars and students within the various disciplines of liturgical studies, medieval studies, and Irish studies. --Maxwell E. Johnson, University of Notre Dame

Anbieter: buch.de
Stand: 19.05.2017
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The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland
55,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

A significant body of scholarship addresses pre-Norman Irish life and history, including the archaeology, art, and architecture from the time of St. Patrick (d. 493) to the arrival of the Normans in the twelfth century. While the place of the church and its organization in pre-Norman Ireland have been extensively studied, relatively little has been published on the eucharistic liturgy as celebrated in the pre-Norman church or on the attitudes of its worshippers to the Eucharist. But, as Neil Xavier O´Donoghue notes, many of Ireland´s national treasures--including the Ardagh Chalice, the ´´Book of Kells,´´ and Cormac´s Chapel--date from this time and are directly connected with the celebration of the Eucharist. Additionally, many of the textual and archaeological sources for the study of pre-Norman Ireland--saints´ lives, penitentials, monastic rules, manuscripts, eucharistic vessels, church buildings, and ecclesiastical complexes--directly relate to the Eucharist. There has been no attempt to provide a useful synthesis since F. E. Warren´s 1881 ´´Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´The Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ provides a necessary, updated synthesis, one that incorporates advances made in liturgical studies and liturgical theology since the early twentieth century. In addition to reassessing and supplementing the texts discussed by Warren, O´Donoghue considers the social dimension of the Eucharist, its treatment in art and architecture, and its treatment as reflected by the spirituality of the time, placing this new analysis within a better understood Western European cultural and liturgical context. Most importantly, O´Donoghue shows that pre-Norman Ireland was very much a part of the Western (Gallican) liturgical tradition; he argues that what we know of the Eucharist in Ireland must be integrated into what we know of it in Britain and Gaul in order to understand the central role of the Eucharist in the Christianization of the West.´´O´Donoghue´s ´´the Eucharist in Pre-Norman Ireland´´ fills an important gap in liturgical history and theology within the little known and studied Celtic liturgical tradition, a gap not addressed for at least one hundred years. This is a superb work of great value to scholars and students within the various disciplines of liturgical studies, medieval studies, and Irish studies. --Maxwell E. Johnson, University of Notre Dame

Anbieter: Thalia.de
Stand: 19.05.2017
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