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The Last Druid - documentary on Ben McBrady of the old Gaelic Order
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The Brehon Laws
Sat Jan 25, 2020 6:01 pmDS86DS
For much of the recorded history of Ireland, the Brehon Laws were the established legal system and were thus applied to all matters of dispute settlements ranging from minor offences to the more severe charges of murder and treason. The Norman Conquest of Ireland and the subsequent Anglicanisation of many coastal regions brought the English practice of Common Law to Ireland, thus rendering the …
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