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Deir Clare Carroll in The Irish in Europe..., 2001 in eagar ag Thomas O’Connell (‘Custom and law in the philosophy of Suárez and in the histories of O’Sullivan Beare, Céitinn and Ó Cléirigh’): ‘All three histories – the Compendium of O’Sullivan Beare, the Foras feasa of Céitinn[q.v.], and the Annals of the Four Masters – were acts of self conscious historical and cultural definition, that later became important for 19th century cultural nationalism.’ I mBéarra, Co ··· Is cosúil go raibh ceithre dhuine déag clainne ag Diarmuid agus a bhean Juana Nic Shuibhne agus go ndeachaigh siad go léir beagnach chun na Spáinne; ag Ciaran O’Shea sa chaibidil ‘The Irish Catholic exile in early-modern Galicia, 1598–1666) in The Irish in Europe... tá tagairtí d’uacht Dhiarmuid agus dá iníonacha Leonar agus Elena, agus dá mhac Domhnall
Measann Ó Dúshláine gurb í Gaeilge Chéitinn atá ann agus déanann talamh slán de sin in The Irish in Europe 1580–1815 (2001) in eagar ag Thomas O’Connor (‘Devout humanism Irish-style: the influence of Sir Thomas More on Seathrún Céitinn’) Deirtear anseo is ansiúd (The Catholic Encyclopaedia, mar shampla) go raibh sé ina shagart in Uachtar Rátha, paróiste Chnoc Rafann, dhá mhile ó thuaidh ón gCathair, in 1610 ach níl tagairt don áit sin ag Cunningham
Measann Ó Dúshláine gurb í Gaeilge Chéitinn atá ann agus déanann talamh slán de sin in The Irish in Europe 1580–1815 (2001) in eagar ag Thomas O’Connor (‘Devout humanism Irish-style: the influence of Sir Thomas More on Seathrún Céitinn’) Deirtear anseo is ansiúd (The Catholic Encyclopaedia, mar shampla) go raibh sé ina shagart in Uachtar Rátha, paróiste Chnoc Rafann, dhá mhile ó thuaidh ón gCathair, in 1610 ach níl tagairt don áit sin ag Cunningham
Pléann Liam Chambers a shaothar Brigida thaumaturga (foilsíodh i bPáras 1620) agus tugann liosta tagairtí in The Irish in Europe 1580–1815, 2001 in eagar ag Thomas O’Connor (‘A displaced intelligensia: aspects of Irish Catholic thoughts in ancien régime France’)
Ag tagairt do Sir Thomas More deir Tadhg Ó Dúshláine in The Irish in Europe..., 2001 in eagar ag Thomas O’Connor (‘Devout humanism Irish-style...’): ‘[Thomas] More too is considered the originator and master of a school of historical writing, centred at Louvain, and his biography of Richard III is considered the possible exemplar for the life of Red Hugh O’Donnell, compiled by the professional historian, Lughaidh Ó Cléirighcirca 1630.’ Cibé dáta a bheadh ceart, déantar talamh slán de gurbh i ndiaidh bhás Aodha Uí Néill i 1616 a scríobh sé é. Rugadh an staraí agus an file seo i gContae Dhún na nGall agus ba é an duine ba shine é den chúigear mac a bhí ag Mac Con Ó Cléirigh (Maccon Ó Cléirigh) a d’éag in 1595, ollamh le stair ag Ó Domhnaill, fear eolach beartach (‘Historian and poet, was born in Co
Agus é ag tagairt don dán ‘Tríocha feallsamh fada ó shoin’ deir Tadhg Ó Dúshláine in The Irish in Europe ..., 2001 in eagar ag Thomas O’Connor (‘Devout humanism Irish-style...’) go bhfuil gach cuma air go raibh tionchar ag Dialogue of comfort, 1553 le Thomas More ar an dán sin. Luaitear é i 1585–6 i measc daoine i bhFear Manach ar tugadh pardún dóibh