Bardic poets frequently represent their relationships to their patrons in romantic terms. Here the considerate poet claims Domhnall Mac Suibhne of Rathmullen as his lover but assures Domhnall’s wife she has no reason to be jealous - she’s a keeper! #lovebardicpoetry
In 2020 we will show how the school carries out advanced research in many areas of the languages, literatures, societies and laws of the Celtic countries, with particular emphasis on Irish. Retweeted by
The School is dedicated to the study of Irish and the other Celtic languages, both written and spoken, throughout their history, as well as related areas of cultural, social and legal history.
The school's theme for DIAS 2020 is
"Exploring Worlds through Words" Retweeted by
Today we launched DIAS 2020: marking 80 year of discovery with a number of themed events based on our primary disciplines.
The programme to date is available on our events page and will be updated as the year goes on!
More: dias.ie/dias2020/#DIASdiscovers#DIAS2020Retweeted by
'A Brehon Lawyer's School in Sixteenth-Century Ireland' symposium takes place tomorrow @nuigalway. Hosted by the Centre for Antique, Medieval and Pre-Modern Studies & organised in conjunction with @SCSLibrary Speakers include Ruairí Ó hUiginn & Liam Breatnach #DIASdiscovers
The second research seminar of the week will be held tomorrow evening, Friday 24th January, 5pm, G-R04, 9 West Rd. Dr Daniel Watson @DIAS_Dublin@SCSLibrary will speak on 'The Six Ages of the World and Nostalgia for the Pagan Past in Early Irish Literature'. All welcome! Retweeted by