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Cattle Plague in Ireland: An Early Medieval Game-Changer

Cattle Plague in Ireland: An Early Medieval Game-Changer

In Cattle in Ancient Ireland, A.T. Lucas (1989) wrote ‘In early times wealth is not spoken of in terms of money, which was not in circulation, nor of ownership of land, but primarily in terms of livestock and chiefly of cows’. Throughout history, cattle have served as

Lectures 2015-2016

Lectures 2015-2016

Since its foundation in 1946 the society has put on a series of six autumn/winter lectures each year. The topics covered in these lectures vary from subjects of local historical interest to national issues. See below for details of upcoming lectures. These lectures are held in various


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The Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society (until 2001 known as The Old Carlow Society) was formed in 1946

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