A Short History of Dublin

A Short History of DublinDublin Started As A Viking Trading Settlement In The Middle Of The Tenth Century Location Was The Key As It Commanded The Shortest Crossing To A Major Port In Britain By The Time The Normans Arrived In Ireland In The Th Century, This Was Crucial Dublin Maintained The Best Communications Between The English Crown And Its New Lordship In Ireland Throughout The Medieval And Early Modern Periods, The City S Importance Was Entirely Ecclesiastical And Strategic It Was Not A Center Of Learning, Or Fashion Or Commerce The Foundation Of Trinity College In Was A Landmark Event But The City Did Not Really Develop Until The Long Peace Of The Eighteenth Century Then The Series Of Fine, Wide Georgian Streets And Noble Public Buildings That Are Dublin S Greatest Boast Were Built A Semi Autonomous Parliament Provided A Focus For Social Life And The City Flourished The Act Of Union Of Saw Ireland Become A Full Part Of The Metropolitan British State, A Situation Not Reversed Until The Union Years Saw Dublin Decline Fine Old Houses Were Gradually Abandoned By The Aristocracy And Became Hideous Tenement Warrens The City Missed Out On The Industrial Revolution By The Time Joyce Immortalized It, It Had Become The Center Of Paralysis In His Famous Phrase Independence Restored Some Of Its Natural Function But There Was Still Much Poverty And Shabbiness Only Since The S Has There Been Real Evidence Of A City Reinventing And Revitalizing Itself

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  • Paperback
  • 139 pages
  • A Short History of Dublin
  • Richard Killeen
  • English
  • 13 January 2019
  • 0717144178