De Rebus in Hibernia Gestis (Latin Edition)

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This work was written in the late 16th century and deals with the Norman conquest of Ireland. The language shows the writers familiarity with classical authors such as Cicero. Stanihurst was the son of James Stanihurst, speaker of the Irish parliament 1569-71. He was educated at Oxford University, where he met the English Jesuit and later Catholic martyr Edmund Campion. Stanihurst's De rebus in Hibernia gestis (1584), a historical and topographical account from an Old-English viewpoint, was later criticized by more radical Counter-Reformation historians for its sympathetic attitude towards the English in Ireland and reported to the Inquisition. Towards the end of his life Stanihurst became a Jesuit. This and other titles at www.arepo.biz

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