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Colonization and County Cork's changing cultural landscape: the evidence from place-names
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society
The mapping of townland name-elements gives some clues to the complex spread of intrusive settlement, for instance Anglo-Norman penetration appears relatively slight outside certain core zones and there is a rash of new colonizing names from 16th century.
Cultural landscape , Cork , Ireland , Plantations , Irish historical geography , Placenames , Townland names , Colonization
O’Flanagan, P. (1979) ‘Colonization and County Cork's changing cultural landscape: the evidence from place-names’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 84(239), pp. 1-14.
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