Place names in Ulster
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Investigating Ulster’s place names is an enjoyable and rewarding exploration of our past. Prehistoric sites, early Irish society, past and present landscapes are all there to be discovered.
While, undoubtedly, a large number of our place names derive from Irish Gaelic, this stud also reveals the derivation of common Ulster place names from Viking, Anglo-Norman, English and Scottish roots, putting them in the context of Ulster history, for example, from the Elizabethan conquest of the Ulster Plantation.
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