5 edition of Máire Rua found in the catalog.
|Statement||Máire MacNeill ; edited by Maureen Murphy, with an appreciation of the author.|
|Contributions||Murphy, Maureen O"Rourke.|
|LC Classifications||CT868.R8 M33 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||90175383|
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Máire Rua: Lady of Leamaneh Hardcover – January 1, by Máire MacNeill (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 1. Maire rua: An Sean Agus an Nua (Irish Edition) [Dara Ban MacDonnchadha] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This fascinating and profusely illustrated book by Ireland's premier folklorist of her day gives the reader an insight to one of our greatest legendary women, Máire Rua O'Brien (also MacMahon, Neylon and Cooper). This characterful female was tough but Máire MacNeill's scholarly but easily read book endeavours to show the contrast between the real person and the ogress of folklore.
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The last photograph featured below shows the familiar exterior view of Leamaneh Castle, County Clare which originally consisted of a plain five-storey tower house (the portion Máire Rua book the right). This was built around by Turlogh O’Brien, King of Thomond and is said to derive its name from the Irish 'Leim an eich' (The horse's.
Maire Rua (or Red Mary) McMahon of Leamanagh Castle, in the Burren in Co. Clare is one of Ireland’s legendary femme fatales, cut from the same cloth as Queen Maeve of Connaught and Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen.
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Maire Rua was born inor possibly Her father was Torlach Rua MacMahon, Lord of Clonderlaw and her mother was Mary O'Brien, daughter of the third Earl of Thomond. Her place of birth is unclear. An elegy composed for her gives Bunratty as her birthplace but local tradition claims that she was born at Clonderlaw.
Máire Rua was born to Torlach Rua and Mary O’Brien in about or Read about the Gaelic aristocracy of that time. Máire Mac Neill edited by Maureen Murphy, Ballinakella Press Whitegate County Clare1st edition pages HB Illustrated very good > More Information £.
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Welcome to the Maire Rua web-site!!! We are situated in the heart of the picturesque and historic town of Kilfenora, County Clare in the West of Ireland.
Kilfenora, (Cill Fionnurach - Church of the Fertile Hill) also known as the 'City of the Seven Crosses' is a must for all visitors wishing to visit the wild and magnificent Burren region of.Through the kindness of the present owners of the O'Brien family portraits, it is now possible to include likenesses of some of the most noteworthy O'Briens in history.
These will include Brian Boru, High King of Ireland, AD to AD, Máire Rua O'Brien and many other famous members of the clan.Get this from a library!
Máire Rua: Lady of Leamaneh. [Máire MacNeill; Maureen O'Rourke Murphy] -- Biography of Maire Rua, a seventeenth-century woman, whose life is steeped in folklore and myth.