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A significant other to global heritage provides over 30 essays from a global staff of historians that either determine carrying on with parts of rivalry, confrontation, and divergence in international and worldwide heritage, and aspect to instructions for extra debate. includes a assorted solid of participants that come with demonstrated international historians and rising students Explores quite a lot of subject matters and subject matters, together with and the perform of worldwide historical past, key rules of global historians, the instructing of worldwide heritage and the way it has drawn upon and challenged "traditional" educating ways, and international methods to writing international historical past locations an emphasis on non–Anglophone methods to the subject Considers problems with either scholarship and pedagogy on a transnational, interregional, and world/global scale

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Láfr’s son Carlus (Charles) fell in battle against Aed in 868. This battle, fought at Killineer (Co. 66 In the same year Óláfr went to North Britain where he campaigned with Ívarr. a. 865 [=867] (ed. Murphy, p. aa. 864 [=866], 865 [=867] (ed. and trans. a. 8 (ed. and trans. Mac Airt and Mac Niocaill, pp. 322-23); Fragmentary Annals, §§329, 349 (ed. and trans. Radner, pp. 118-19, 128-29). a. 865 [=867] (ed. Murphy, p. a. 6 (ed. and trans. Mac Airt and Mac Niocaill, pp. 322-23). a. [867] (ed. and trans.

And trans. Hennessy, pp. 156-57). a. 861 [=863] (ed. and trans. a. 4 (ed. and trans. Mac Airt and Mac Niocaill, pp. 318-19). This territory was ruled by Flann son of Conaing who had been a former ally of Óláfr, in 861 and 862, against Maelsechlainn. a. 862 [=864] (ed. Murphy, p. a. 862 [=864] (ed. and trans. a. 2 (ed. and trans. Mac Airt and Mac Niocaill, pp. a. [864] (ed. and trans. Hennessy, pp. 158-59). Suairlech (ob. 870), abbot of Clonard, had led the clerics of Meath at the royal conferences at Rathugh: Byrne, ‘The Community’, p.

186-87). 118 Hogan, Onomasticon, p. 226. a. 915 [=917] (ed. and trans. O’Donovan, I, 590-91) that the battle was fought by Tech Moling. For an alternative location in the barony of Salt, Co. Kildare, see: ibid. II, 589, note e, and II, 590, note h; Bhreathnach, ‘Columban Churches’, p. 12. This alternative location is favoured by the fact that vikings plundered Kildare after the conflict which is nearer to Salt. However I would argue that the attack was motivated by political reasons rather than it being a convenient distance away from the battle field.

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