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Early Irish law — Redwood Castle Co. Tipperary, although built by the Normans, was later occupied by the MacEgan juristic family and served as a school of Irish law under them Early Irish law refers to the statutes that governed everyday life and politics in Early … Wikipedia
Earl of Fife — Earldom of Fife The Arms of the Realm and Ancient Local Principalities of Scotland  … Wikipedia
Ollam — In Irish, Ollam or Ollamh (anglicised as Ollave or Ollav), is a master in a particular trade or skill. In early Irish Literature, it generally refers to the highest rank of Fili; it could also modify other terms to refer to the highest member of… … Wikipedia
Celtic law — A number of law codes have in the past been in use in Celtic countries. While these vary considerably in details, there are certain points of similarity. The Brehon Laws governed everyday life and politics in Ireland until the Norman invasion of… … Wikipedia
Brehon's Chair — (also known as Taylors Grange ) is a sacred megalithic site in Rathfarnham, County Dublin, Ireland in the grounds of Glensouthwell. It is a national heritage site. The Grange Road is named after it.The Brehon Laws were statutes that governed… … Wikipedia
Causantín, Earl of Fife — Causantín of Fife is the first man we know for certain to have been Mormaer of Fife. Causantín s floruit can be placed between 1095 and 1128. Very little is known about his life and reign as Mormaer of Fife. His father, for instance, is not known … Wikipedia
Society of Scotland in the High Middle Ages — Scottish Society in the High Middle Ages pertains to Scottish society roughly between 900 and 1286, a period roughly corresponding to the general historical era known as the High Middle Ages.tratificationHigh Medieval Scottish society was… … Wikipedia
Legal institutions of Scotland in the High Middle Ages — Scottish legal institutions in the High Middle Ages are, for the purposes of this article, the informal and formal systems which governed and helped to manage Scottish society between the years 900 and 1288, a period roughly corresponding with… … Wikipedia
Кельты — (Κελτοί, Κελταί, Celtae) племя индоевропейского происхождения, раньше других арийцев явилось в Западную Европу, куда оно, по видимому, проникло иным путем, чем греки и латины. К. обогнули Черное море, затем повернули на С.З., к Балтийскому морю,… … Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона
Druide — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Druide (homonymie). Cet article est consacré aux druides et au druidisme de l’Antiquité et non au mouvement néodruidique contemporain. Deux druides sur le bas relief d Autun … Wikipédia en Français