Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Story of Ancient Irish Civilization. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.
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Look inside the book: It has been already related in our Histories of Ireland, and need not be repeated in detail here, how these colonists ultimately mastered the country, over which their first king, Fergus, ruled; how they gave Scotland its name; how the subsequent kings of Scotland were the direct descendants of Fergus; and how from him again, through the Stuarts, descend, in one of their lines of pedigree, our present royal family.
...Another part, crossing over to Wales under one of their leaders, took possession of a district called Dyfed, where they settled down and kept themselves distinct as an immigrant tribe, speaking their own language for generations, till at length they were absorbed by the more numerous population around them, just as, many centuries later, the Anglo-Normans who came to Ireland were absorbed by the Irish.
About P. W. (Patrick Weston) Joyce, the Author: Patrick Weston Joyce (1827 – November 1914) was an Irish historian, writer and music collector, known particularly for his research in local place names of Ireland.
...Joyce and his family members, including a very fine manuscript in Joyce's hand of Echtra Cormaic itir Tairngiri agus Ceart Claíd Cormaic (Adventures of Cormac in the Land of Promise), a passage from the Book of Ballymote which Joyce translated into English. ...Continua Nascondi