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" Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and plundered the Ui-Neill from the Sionainn (the Shannon) to the sea; " and he plundered the island of Loch Gabhor, and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground. "
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish ... - Seite 230
von W. R. Wilde - 1863 - 641 Seiten
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Proceedings, Band 20

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1895
...determined with tolerable accuracy the period of its occupancy. Thus, in 843 AD, we read that Cinaedh " plundered the island of Loch Gabhor and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground." It would appear, however, to have been rebuilt after this catastrophe, as, in the year 933, we find...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities ...: In the Museum ..., Band 2,Teil 1

Royal Irish Academy. Museum, William Robert Wilde - 1857
...Sanctorum," p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Brengh, in Q Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners,...island of Loch Gavar to the very bottom." Again, in AD 933, the same authority informs us that — " The iland of Loch-Gavar [was] pulled down by Aulaiv...
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A descriptive catalogue of the antiquities ... in the Museum ..., Band 1,Teil 1

Royal Irish Academy. Museum, William Robert Wilde - 1857
...Sanctorum," p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Breagh, in Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and...island of Loch Gavar to the very bottom." Again, in AD 933, the same authority informs us that — " The iland of Loch-Gavar [was] pulled down by Aulaiv...
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Journal

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1859
...Sanctorum,' p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Breagh, in Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and...island of Loch Gavar to the very bottom.' Again, in AD 933, the same authority informs us that — 'The iland of Loch-Gavar [was] pulled down by Aulaiv...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities of Stone, Earthen, and ..., Band 2

William Robert Wilde - 1861
...Sanctorum," p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Brengh, in a Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and...island of Loch Gavar to the very bottom." Again, in AD 933, the same authority informs us that — "The iland of Loch-Gavar [was] pulled down by AulaivO'Hivair,"...
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Duffy's Hibernian Magazine: A Monthly Journal of Legends, Tales, and ..., Band 3

1861
...Ui-Neill from the Sionainn (the river Shannon) to the sea ; and he plundered the bland of Loch Gabor, and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground." Loch Gabor is the Lagore or Dunshaughlin of this article ; but numerous references to crannognes, of...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish ...

Royal Irish Academy. Museum - 1863
...earliest discovered and examined crannoge in modern times has been that of Lagore, near Dnnshaughlin, county of Meath, so, upon looking into the authorities,...island of Loch Gavar to the very bottom." Again, in AD 933, the same authority informs us that — " The iland of Loch-Gavar [was] pulled down by Aulaiv...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

1864
...in 848 AD, a hostile Irish chief ' plundered the island of Loch Gabhor [as Lagore was then written], and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground;' and that again, in 933 AD, 'the island of Loch Gabhor was pulled down' by the piratical Norsemen. Mr Wilde's...
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The lake dwellings of Switzerland and other parts of Europe, tr. and ...

Ferdinand Keller - 1866
...this account, that pottоry seems to have boon very much neglected in цcaтаt ing crannoges. с с 2 the island of Loch Gabhor, and afterwards burned it so that it was level with the ground. ('Annals of the Four Masters.') Thus we see that Lagore crannoge was occupied a thousand years ago....
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Band 3

1868
...in 848 AD, a hostile Irish chief ' plundered the island of Loch Gabhor [as Lagore was then written], and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground ; ' and that again, in 933 AD, ' the island of Loch Gabhor was pulled down' by the piratical Norsemen. Mr Wilde's...
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