2 edition of natural history of Ireland. found in the catalog.
natural history of Ireland.
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The Natural History of Ireland is an important source of the history of Ireland's natural environment and its political history.
It was originally written in Latin by Don Philip O'Sullivan Beara, an Irish nobleman living in exile in Spain, and formed part of his Zoilomastix ().5/5(1). It is after England's brutal conquest of the native Irish, and the protestant plantations that followed, that this book comes into it's own, as it gives the reader a clear understanding of the political dynamics at work that would eventually lead to a divided Ireland.
The book has a generous amount of illustrations and photographs that compliment the very readable text/5(6). While primarily a work of natural history, the text is infused with contemporary politics and religion, a common feature of much early modern writing.
As Denis O’Sullivan points out, the author sought to refute the calumnies against Ireland perpetrated by such English natural history of Ireland. book as Spenser, Camden, Davies and Hooker.
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Goodness, so many books. If you are looking for a comprehensive, single-volume survey of Irish history, I can recommend Thomas Bartlett's Ireland: A History (Cambridge, ).
He writes in a breezy, readable style and covers the subject thoroughly. A Natural History of Ireland in Three Parts was heralded as being for the common good of Ireland and for the benefit of the adventurers and planters. Previous - Forbes: Memorandums Made In Ireland In The Autumn Of The book covers all aspects of dragonfly biology and ecology and the history of dragonfly study in Ireland.
There are comprehensive accounts of all the resident and migrant species, an in-depth description of the major odonate habitats and a gallery. The best books that are about, set in, or have something to do with Ireland.
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About this book. Following the success of Ireland's Garden Birds, Jim Wilson has teamed up with Mark Carmody for a collaborative work that is in a different mould from their previous publications, Freshwater Birds of Ireland and Shorebirds of important tool of a birdwatcher is a good identification guide.
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This is a wonderful reference book ideal for anybody interested in natural history or Irish wildlife. Customer Reviews.