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Galway ancient city of Celts

Galway ancient city of Celts

History of Galway

BySabina Salim

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The brief history of the city of Galway is written by freelance journalist Sabina Salim on the basis of documentary materials, online information and own research. The work submits a peculiar literary chronicle of historical events on the western coast of Ireland. Construction of port at the mouth of the ocean and the river Corrib, defensive fortress and watchtowers in the X-XI centuries have strengthened the settlement of Celts and promoted their intensive development. However, the military conflicts, interventions, and intercommunity contentions turned the situation into the course of long-term uncompromising struggle against usurpation and mass immigration. The era of unique clans, called 14 Tribes of Galway highlighted as special historical fact. The construction of the book meshes well with its organization and lends itself successfully to the study of different time periods in history. Each chapter is typically fit logically into the topic of the chapter. All parts of the book are composed of several defining parts that maintain a sense of continuity throughout the volume. Each chapter is filled with pictures and colorful quotes from people of that era. These first-hand accounts provide deeper insight into what, in some history books, is just a listing of factual information. The book contains fascinating stories and facts from online sources mainly, and translated into English by request of readers. It is recommended for educational institutions and the general reader.

Details

Publication Date
Aug 14, 2022
Language
English
ISBN
9781471087196
Category
History
Copyright
Some Rights Reserved - Creative Commons (CC BY)
Contributors
By (author): Sabina Salim

Specifications

Pages
75
Binding
Perfect Bound
Interior Color
Color
Dimensions
A4 (8.27 x 11.69 in / 210 x 297 mm)

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