Arrogant Trespass

Arrogant Trespass

Author: Billy Colfer

Publisher:

ISBN: 1901273016

Category: Wexford (Ireland : County)

Page: 300

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Categories: Wexford (Ireland : County)

Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age

Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age

Shields, “The Walling of New Ross” (see note20), 30–31. Colfer, Arrogant
Trespass (see note 7), 223. This phrase was coined in the late eighteenth century
and is used frequently to indicate the cultural assimilation of the Normans in
Ireland.

Author: Albrecht Classen

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110470901

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 408

View: 684

Bi- and multilingualism are of great interest for contemporary linguists since this phenomenon deeply reflects on language acquisition, language use, and sociolinguistic conditions in many different circumstances all over the world. Multilingualism was, however, certainly rather common already, if not especially, in the premodern world. For some time now, research has started to explore this issue through a number of specialized studies. The present volume continues with the investigation of multilingualism through a collection of case studies focusing on important examples in medieval and early modern societies, that is, in linguistic and cultural contact zones, such as England, Spain, the Holy Land, but also the New World. As all contributors confirm, the numerous cases of multilingualism discussed here indicate strongly that the premodern period knew considerably less barriers between people of different social classes, cultural background, and religious orientation. But we also have to acknowledge that already then human communication could fail because of linguistic hurdles which prevented mutual understanding in religious and cultural terms.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Glory of Christ Unveil d Or the Excellency of Christ Vindicated in His Person Love Righteousness Occasion d by Divers Notorious Errours in the Writings of J Hunt Etc Few MS Notes

The Glory of Christ Unveil d  Or  the Excellency of Christ Vindicated in His Person  Love  Righteousness     Occasion d by Divers Notorious Errours in the Writings of J  Hunt  Etc  Few MS  Notes

And for God to be excluded , and a poor Worm substituted is a very Arrogant
Trespass against the Mighty God , and Pfad 50. 1 . an invading the Honour of the
Majesty of Heaven and Earth . What can any Man speak to the purpose , if God
doth ...

Author: Joseph HUSSEY

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0019952826

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The Hook Peninsula

The Hook Peninsula

A. Proc., vii (1857-61), pp 473-90. 22. Viking activity in county Wexford is
examined in B. Colfer, Arrogant trespass: Anglo-Norman Wexford 1169-1400 (
Enniscorthy, 2002), pp 12-24. 23. D. Cowman, The German mining operation at
Bannow ...

Author: Billy Colfer

Publisher: Cork University Press

ISBN: 9781859183786

Category: Architecture

Page: 242

View: 325

"The Hook Peninsula continues the Irish Rural Landscape series, building on the research agenda established by the internationally successful Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape. Located in county Wexford, this region was the first to be conquered by the Anglo-Normans and its landscape was shaped by the establishment of two Cistercian abbeys (Tintern and Dunbrody) in the Middle Ages. The location of the peninsula beside a major estuary and busy shipping lanes was of vital importance. The Hook figured prominently in the Confederate Wars in the seventeenth century and in the 1798 rebellion." "This compact and highly distinctive peninsula makes for a compelling case-study in which Billy Colfer carefully knits the local story into a wider narrative. An eye for detail and an intuitive understanding of his local community creates a vivid story, while Colfer's obvious love for the Hook infuses the volume with an underlying passion all the more moving for being understated. Ireland, 'an island nation', has at last a volume informed by a maritime perspective from a writer who understands the sea and its formative influence on landscapes and lives. In these beautiful pages, an astonishing array of maps, photographs, paintings, archive sketches and new drawings ensure that the Hook landscape is given a radiant treatment."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Architecture

The Book of the Honeycomb s Flow

The Book of the Honeycomb s Flow

9:29] and commit trespass against [Num. 5:6] those who have made me and ... 15
:22], better than a bullock, does it please the Lord [Ps. 69:32] that I show zeal
against the arrogant [Ps. 73:3]; for to hold it in I cannot [Jer. 20:9] when a man,
upon ...

Author: Isaac Rabinowitz

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501752193

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 678

View: 792

Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A History of County Wexford

A History of County Wexford

... due south of Lismore, on 1 August 1166. Dermot MacMurrough was bound for
Bristol and a meeting with a very influential man, Robert Fitz Harding, Portreeve (
or Sovereign) of Bristol. FURTHER READING Colfer, Billy, Arrogant Trespass, ...

Author: Nicholas Furlong

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717165407

Category: History

Page: 176

View: 230

Brimming with vitality and information, Nicholas Furlong’s comprehensive A History of County Wexford is an indispensable guide to Wexford’s history, culture and people. Furlong starts with Wexford’s first settlement and tells the story of Wexford up to the present day, looking at its Gaelic origins, its turbulence during Cromwellian times and its pivotal role in 1798. County Wexford lies in the south eastern corner of Ireland. It is bounded to the west by the River Barrow and the Blackstairs Mountains, to the north by the Wicklow Mountains and by the sea on the other two sides. The River Slaney flows diagonally through the centre, dividing the county north and south. First settled seven thousand years ago, the county has hosted a variety of cultures from Celts to Vikings, Flemish and Normans to English. Historically, it maintained a social, confessional and ethnic mix of populations that was more varied than most other parts of the island. Because of its key strategic position, it has always been militarily important and was the focus of the great rebellion of 1798, the most bloody conflict in modern Irish history. Nicholas Furlong traces the history of the county from its earliest settlements through its Gaelic, Christian, Norse and Norman phases of life to the turbulence of the Elizabethan and Cromwellian regimes. He brings the reader through the great upheaval of 1798 and the institutional revival of Catholicism in the nineteenth century, which was particularly focused on County Wexford. He details the continued prosperity of the county throughout modern times. Driven by the sporting and cultural revival of the 1950s – the birth of the Wexford Opera Festival and the legendary hurling team of that era – Wexford has today built itself into the nation’s holiday playground and a vital European transport hub. A History of County Wexford: Table of Contents County Wexford’s First Humans The Celts and the Age of Iron The Dawn of Christianity The Kingdom of Uí Chennselaig Uí Chennselaig Expands, Norsemen Land The Vikings in Wexford Years of Power Dermot, King of Leinster The Market for Swords The New Foreigners Infestation and Restoration Art Mór MacMurrough Kavanagh The World Changes Havoc and War From Cromwell to William Two Kings, Two Bishops Revolution A Final Solution Less Turbulent Years The Technology Age War and Peace Consolidation Epilogue Our Homeland
Categories: History

Skryne and the Early Normans

Skryne and the Early Normans

I had thought of calling these papers ' The Arrogant Trespass ' , from a phrase
quoted by Giraldus and said to have been used by Ruadhri O ' Connor who
resented the Norman invasion into his part of Meath . It was indeed an ' arrogant
 ...

Author: Elizabeth Hickey

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89052840113

Category: Ireland

Page: 218

View: 289

Skryne is a variant spelling of Skreen, which is commonly used today. Parishes within the barony of Skreen include Ardmulchan, Athlumney, Brownstown, Cushinstown, Dowdstown, Dunsany, Follistown, Kilcarn, Killeen, Kilmoon, Lismullen, Macetown, Monktown, Rathfeigh, Skreen, Staffordstown, Tara, Templekeeran, and parts of Trevet and Danestown.
Categories: Ireland

Wexford

Wexford

The Gaelic revival in county Wexford is discussed in Colfer , Arrogant trespass ,
pp 71 - 82 . 2 . Hore , Wexford , v , p . 101 . 3 . Hore , Wexford , v , p . 101 . 4 . J .
Lydon , “ The impact of the Bruce invasion ' in New history of Ireland , ii , pp 3 –
37 .

Author: Billy Colfer

Publisher: Irish Rural Landscape

ISBN: IND:30000110572348

Category: History

Page: 233

View: 299

The book details the origins and growth of Wexford town since its establishment by the Vikings in the early tenth century. The influence of the broader environment on the foundation, expansion and economic development of the town is also examined. Periods covered include the Anglo-Norman, the Cromwellian settlement and eighteenth-century expansion. Detailed sections will include medieval churches, town wall and castle, the 1798 Rebellion and nineteenth-century church expansion. As a maritime town, shipping and trade for the different periods will also be examined. The growth of the town down to the present time will be analyzed by using a series of maps and aerial photographs. Wexford town has a long and rich history, a varied archival record, and a powerful personality embedded in its tight streets. The landscape layers that underpin the town are painstakingly built up, period by period, component by component. The focus of this volume is different from a conventional history because the concentration is on helping the reader to understand how the landscape of the town is evolving. To achieve this understanding in this most cosmopolitan of towns, the book ranges far and wide--from the Viking north to the Mediterranean south, from privateers to navy commodores, from croppies to entrepreneurs. The history of the town leaps into vivid life through four hundred illustrations, including fifty new maps, historic prints, photographs and paintings. The result is a comprehensive treatment of the evolution of Wexford town, understood not just as an abstract pattern of bricks and mortar, but as a real place where people lived and loved, shopped and traded, fell and rose, all the time creating through their accumulated efforts a rich communal fabric. Wexford town has its own distinctive setting on its shallow harbor, its own way of doing things, its own accent, its own inheritance of streets, buildings and spaces. Together, they create the town, whose story is so evocatively recorded here.
Categories: History

Forbidden Trespass

Forbidden Trespass

He shook his shaggy, sweaty black hair from his face and stared at her with
defiant arrogance. He realized that around her skinny neck she wore a bracelet
of strungtogether finger bones, adult-human-sized. As a pendant, she wore a
small, ...

Author: James Axler

Publisher: Gold Eagle

ISBN: 9781460381236

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 111

WEARY WANDERERS In the war-torn wasteland known as Deathlands, desperation and destruction have replaced dreams and peace. Each day arrives with a new life-threatening challenge for wanderer Ryan Cawdor and his fellow band of survivors… FEAST OR FAMINE Bizarre murders are taking place in a fertile farming community, and the locals are quick to point fingers at Ryan and his companions. But they know another culprit is responsible. A colony of mutants has been driven from its underground home, forced to find sustenance in the light of day. And only human flesh will satisfy their hunger. Caught between a rock and a horde of hungry cannibals, Ryan and the companions face an ultimatum—help the cannies reclaim their territory, or risk becoming the next meal. Except something far more sinister— and ravenous—lurks beneath the lush fields…
Categories: Fiction

Lordship in Medieval Ireland

Lordship in Medieval Ireland

Iod. into the Carlow SC6/1239/3; Colfer, Arrogant trespass, p. 118, 63 TNA. PRO
SC6/1239/1 & 9. 64 Colfer, Arrogant trespass, pp 9–10. 65 Orpen, Normans, p.
149; Colfer, Arrogant trespass, p. 5o. 66 TNA; PRO SC6/1238/1–3, 67 TNA.

Author: Linda Doran

Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: UCSC:32106019579835

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 743

In this volume of the Study of Irish Historic Settlement series, scholars from the perspectives of archaeology, art history, and history offer insights into the development and consolidation of lordship in medieval Ireland as well as its demise by the advent of the 17th century. Contents include: Edel Bhreatnach (U.C. Dublin), Perceptions of kingship in early medieval Irish vernacular literature --- Howard B. Clarke (RIA), Lordship and feudalism in north-western Europe in theòHigh Middle Ages --- Linda Doran (RSAI), Economic and military lordship in the Carlow Corridor, c.1200â??1350 --- Emmett Oâ??Byrne (UCD), The MacMurroughs and the marches of Leinster, 1170â??1340 --- Margaret Murphy (ind.), Roger Bigod and the lordship of Carlow, 1266â??1306 --- John Malcolm (U Glasgow), Castles and landscapes in Uí Fhiachrach Muaidhe, c.1235â?? c.1400 --- Freya Verstraten (TCD), Images of Gaelic lordship in Ireland, c.1200â?? c.1400 --- Paul Naessens (NUIG), The lordship of the Uí Fhlaithbheartaigh of Iar Connacht --- Connie Kelleher (DEHLG), The Gaelic Oâ??Driscoll lords of Baltimore, Co. Cork --- James Lyttleton (Eachtra Projects), The MacCoghlans of Delvin Eathra
Categories: History

Studia Hibernica

Studia Hibernica

Colfer ( Arrogant trespass , 124 ) has argued that there is evidence that Irish
tenants were employed on the lands of the colony , and such a scenario would ,
of course , allow for the continuation of Anglo - Norman surnames in Irish
toponyms ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015079596584

Category: Folklore

Page:

View: 974

Categories: Folklore

The Irish Benedictines

The Irish Benedictines

Author: Martin Browne

Publisher: Columba Books

ISBN: UOM:39015067644776

Category: History

Page: 243

View: 642

Essays celebrating and exploring the stories of Irish Benedictines over a period of 1400 years
Categories: History

9 : 29 ) and commit trespass against [ Num . 5 : 6 ) those who have ... 15 : 22 ] ,
better than a bullock , does it please the Lord ( Ps . 69 : 32 ] that I show zeal
against the arrogant ( Ps . 73 : 3 ) ; for to hold it in I cannot ( Jer . 20 : 9 ] when a
man ...

Author: Judah ben Jehiel

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X000484881

Category: Bible

Page: 604

View: 783

Categories: Bible

Keystone Motorist

Keystone Motorist

Does he believe that arrogant trespass upon the rights of citizens is synonymous
with law enforcement ? ” These questions were asked by Todd Daniel , counsel
for the Keystone Automobile Club , following Director Schofield's action in giving
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015024286471

Category: Automobile travel

Page:

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Categories: Automobile travel

McBride s Magazine

McBride s Magazine

In dealing with on as follows : one class of offences especially he is “ We are , to
this day , in many of our wont to pass by arrogant trespass , while common
feelings , far more heathen or he breaks the bruised reed and crushes Jewish
than ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:319510009708214

Category:

Page:

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Beyond the Breakers

Beyond the Breakers

In dealing with on as follows : one class of offences especially he is “ We are , to
this day , in many of our wont to pass by arrogant trespass , while common
feelings , far more heathen or he breaks the bruised reed and crushes Jewish
than ...

Author: Robert Dale Owen

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3325646

Category:

Page: 274

View: 633

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Lippincott s Monthly Magazine a Popular Journal of General Literature

Lippincott s Monthly Magazine  a Popular Journal of General Literature

In dealing with on as follows : one class of offences especially he is “ We are , to
this day , in many of our wont to pass by arrogant trespass , while common
feelings , far more heathen or he breaks the bruised reed and crushes Jewish
than ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B5213326

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Page:

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The Parish in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland

The Parish in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland

28 B . Colfer , Arrogant trespass : Anglo - Norman Wexford 1169 - 1400 (
Enniscorthy , 2002 ) , 85 – 6 ; OttwayRuthven , ' Skyrne ' , 119 – 20 . See also A .
Empey , ' Conquest and settlement : patterns of Anglo - Norman settlement in
north ...

Author: Elizabeth FitzPatrick

Publisher: Four Courts PressLtd

ISBN: UOM:39015063651940

Category: History

Page: 352

View: 439

Contents: Charles Doherty (UCD) The idea of the parish - Patrick J. Duffy (NUI Maynooth) The shape of the parish - Elizabeth FitzPatrick (NUI, Galway) The buildings and settlement of the parish - Colmán Etchingham (NUI Maynooth) Pastoral provision in the first millennium: a two-tier service? - Tomás Ó Carragáin (NUI Cork) Church buildings and pastoral care in early medieval Ireland - Tadhg O'Keeffe (UCD) The built environment of local community worship between the late eleventh and early thirteenth centuries - Sinéad Ní Ghabhláin (Archaeologist) Late twelfth-century church construction: evidence of parish formation? - Helen Bermingham (Archaeologist) Priest's residences in later medieval Ireland - Patrick Nugent (Archaeologist) The dynamics of parish formation in high medieval and late~medieval Clare - Henry A. Jefferies (Thornhill College, Derry) Parishes and pastoral care in the early Reformation - ~Raymond Gillespie (NUI, Maynooth) Urban parishes in early seventeenth century Ireland: the case of Dublin - Rolf Loeber and Magda Stouthamer-Loeber (University of Pittsburgh) Kildare Hall, the Countess of Kildare's patronage of the Jesuits, and the liturgical setting of Catholic worship in early seventeenth-century Dublin - Eamonn Cotter (Archaeologist) Architectural change and the parish church in post-Reformation Cork - Rowena Dudley (Independent Scholar) The Dublin parish, 1660-1730 - Toby Barnard (Hertford College, Oxford) The eighteenth century parish - ~William Roulston (Ulster Historical Foundation) The role of the parish in building and maintaining Anglican churches in the north of Ireland, 1660-1740
Categories: History

Scrutinized

Scrutinized

... of degeneracy , while the Chinese exemplify efficiency and industrialism ( in
their opium recycling ) .13 Visitors like the fictional Harriett Ten Eyck who cavort
in Chinatown's tantalizing playground are punished for their arrogant trespass .

Author: Monica Chiu

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: MINN:31951D037131732

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 177

View: 996

This book analyzes Asian North American literature with a focus on a particular genre, mystery, detection, spying, and surveillance.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Lucan s Civil War

Lucan s Civil War

This was the place that saw mankind ' s first arrogant trespass Onto the sea ,
when the brand - new Argo willfully ventured Past the confining shore and
mingled nations until then Safely unknown to each other . She first set mortals at
issue With ...

Author: Lucan

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015014159738

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 294

View: 625

" . . . eminently readable, supple, and coherent . . . essential . . . " --Choice " . . . translated into English verse with great force and precision . . . " --History "There is . . . a very real need for a new poetic version, and Mr. Widdows has carried out the difficult task most creditably. . . . his translation is both accurate and readable, and in our age, so much kinder to baroque art than the ages that preceded it, he should have many readers." --New York Review of Books "On all counts this translation of the Pharsalia is a resounding success and will, one predicts, stand as the definitive English version. Readers . . . will welcome this verse edition by Widdows with its readability, accuracy, and, above all, its poetic sensibility. . . . Widdows' translation deserves acclaim, and both classicist and student of epic poetry in general will want this edition on their bookshelves . . . " --Classical World Told in a series of gripping, dramatic episodes, Widdows' powerful verse translation of Lucan's unfinished epic of the Roman civil war starts with the crossing of the Rubicon and ends with Caesar narrowly escaping death at the hands of the Egyptian army.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography