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After the book and the exhibition, we're now working on educational resources based around extracts from tales, poetry and historical texts composed in the Middle Ages.
RIA author Máire Ní Mhaonaigh on how to inspire pupils with stories of women in Medieval Ireland, of the Otherworld and Viking names.
In this episode of Spreading the Words we learn about Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's use of the word immram.
Why does the Irish word 'tarbh' indicate strength in compound words? Find out in today's episode of Spreading the Words, a new podcast by the authors of 'A history of Ireland in 100 words'.
Updated Tuesday, 06 October: Following the Government's guidelines and the Plan for Living with Covid-19 we have closed Academy House. There will be no access to Academy buildings for staff, Members...
Curriculum-linked primary and post-primary lesson plans based on A history of Ireland in 100 objectsTuesday, 6 October 2020
These teaching resources have been designed to be both stimulating to students and integral to the relevant school curriculum.
Find out in today's episode of Spreading the Words, a new podcast by the authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words.
How old is the Irish word clábar and when did it first appear in Hiberno-English? Find out in this episode of Spreading the Words.
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A word dear to Seamus Heaney, how does 'dulse' feature in medieval Irish law, literature and medicine?