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4.1 HIST 290, October 1st

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Department
History
Course Code
HIST 290
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Rankin Sherling

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HIST 290 Ireland to 1848 Monday, October 1 2012  The Normans didn’t simply come in and conquer Ireland  Traditional idea o Huge miss-matched of military technology – Normans were cutting edge and Irish were primitive  Had this been the case they would have taken all of Ireland – but obviously that didn’t happen o Henry II of England came into Ireland and began dominating the Irish Gaelic Chiefdoms  MacMahon’s  O’Neill  O’Connor  O’More  O’Toole  O’Byrne Fosterage  Common gaelic practice  Would send one of your sons to be raised with another noble family, and they would send one of their sons to you – meant to tie the families closer together 1487: Plot to kick out Henry VII  Had won the war of the roses for the house of Lancaster o Not everyone was happy about this  Priest at Oxford University hatched a plot  Raised a kid as if he
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