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Dictionary of Irish Biography
An authoritative reference work of nearly 11,000 lives for scholars of Irish history, society and culture.
The Dictionary of Irish Biography (DIB) is a project of the Royal Irish Academy. It tells the island’s life story through the biographies, at home and overseas, of prominent men and women born in Ireland, north and south, and the noteworthy Irish careers of those born outside Ireland. The chronological scope of the DIB extends from the earliest times to the twenty-first century. The DIB regularly publishes new entries on important figures who have died in recent times, and on ‘missing persons’: previously overlooked figures deserving fresh interest.
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