Chronologie de l'Irlande

Cet article retrace la chronologie de l’Irlande.

Mésolithique et néolithiqueModifier

Tumulus de Newgrange

Bronze et age de ferModifier

Moyen ageModifier

XVIe siècleModifier

XVIIe siècleModifier

XVIIIe siècleModifier

XIXe siècleModifier

XXe siècleModifier

XXIe siècleModifier

Notes et référencesModifier

  1. p8, Richard Bradley The prehistory of Britain and Ireland, Cambridge University Press, 2007, (ISBN 0-521-84811-3)
  2. William O'Brian, Ross Island : Mining, Metal and Society in Early Ireland, Oxbow books, , 768 p. (ISBN 978-0-9535620-3-9)
  3. - Celtic Ireland in the Iron Age
  4. A New History of Ireland VIII: A Chronology of Irish History to 1976 - A Companion to Irish History Part I, edited by T.W. Moody, F.X. Martin and F.J. Byrne, 1982. (ISBN 0-19-821744-7)
  5. The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland. Foster, RF. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 1989.
  6. Annales d'Ulster et Annales des quatre maîtres: "Palladius, having been consecrated by Celestine, bishop of the city of Rome, is sent to Ireland […] in the eighth year of Theodosius."
  7. Annales d'Ulster, Year U432: Patrick arrived in Ireland in the ninth year of the reign of Theodosius the Less and in the first year of the episcopate of Xistus, 42nd bishop of the Roman Church. So Bede, Maxcellinus and Isidore compute in their chronicles. [1]
  8. Ó Cróinin, p. 234.
  9. a et b Ó Cróinin, p. 237.
  10. Ó Cróinin, p. 238.
  11. Ó Cróinin, p. 247.
  12. a et b Ó Cróinin, p. 250.
  13. Ó Cróinin, p. 243.
  14. Ó Cróinin, p. 256.
  15. Ó Cróinin, p. 260.
  16. Donnchadh Ó Corráin, 'Ireland Before the Normans' Gill and MacMillan (1980)
  17. Ó Cróinin, p. 289-290.