Sex and Marriage in Ancient Ireland

Sex and Marriage in Ancient Ireland In ancient Ireland from the dawn of history until the coming of the Normans marriage customs and sexual s were very different from those that held sway in other European countries and especially from

  • Title: Sex and Marriage in Ancient Ireland
  • Author: Patrick C.Power
  • ISBN: 9780802313188
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • In ancient Ireland from the dawn of history until the coming of the Normans marriage customs and sexual s were very different from those that held sway in other European countries and especially from the Christian customs that the Norman conquerors sought to impose on the Irish Liberal and humane, they allowed for divorce and remarriage and acknowledged the stIn ancient Ireland from the dawn of history until the coming of the Normans marriage customs and sexual s were very different from those that held sway in other European countries and especially from the Christian customs that the Norman conquerors sought to impose on the Irish Liberal and humane, they allowed for divorce and remarriage and acknowledged the status of women as independent individuals This riveting account, based on heroic, historical and legal sources, makes surprising and entertaining reading.

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    1. Even if the Claddagh Ring is from the medieval or later period of Irish History, the copy I had has a slightly different cover, what's between the covers is excellent and should be compulsary reading for writers writing about Celtic Ireland, pre-imposition of English Law.Power makes this quite readable and includes occasional side-swipes at modern laws and how he finds that the Brehon rulings are much more civilised and at least once he bemoans the fact that we didn't return to them when we achi [...]

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