Frances O'Regan

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The Irish Annals of Tigernach (14th century) record a blood rain in A.D. 684 for seven days in Scotland and Britain. Lough Neagh in Ireland turned to blood.

The Irish Annals of Tigernach century) record a blood rain in A. 684 for seven days in Scotland and Britain. Lough Neagh in Ireland turned to blood.

On display: Annals of Connacht Irish #manuscript records episodes in the history of Gaelic Ireland AD1224-1544/1562

On display: Annals of Connacht Irish records episodes in the history of Gaelic Ireland

The Annals of the Four Masters - Free EBook

frontispiece to our 'Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters' Connellan translation. Multi volume set has frontispiece in each volume, plus giant early family names map at the rear of From the Irish Genealogical Foundation and Mike O'Laughlin

Chasing Serenity with a Lens

Nature + A Camera = Therapy/Books, Imagination and Chocolate = Happiness

Chasing Serenity with a Lens

Nature + A Camera = Therapy/Books, Imagination and Chocolate = Happiness

Josephine Tey (Elizabeth Mackintosh) - The Daughter of Time (1951) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Daughter_of_Time

Josephine Tey (Elizabeth Mackintosh) - The Daughter of Time Every book she wrote was a little different.

The Hobbit, and all the Lord of the Rings books! Began reading these at 9, and I've read them who knows how many times since. LOVE Tolkien.

The Hobbit. Tolkien takes us on a fantastic journey through Middle Earth and leaves us wanting more. If you love this book, then The Lord of the Rings will surpass you're expectations and fill that desire for more Middle Earth lore.

Dorothy Dunnett - Lymond Chart  Subject: Francis Crawford of Lymond and Sevigny Birth Date: November 1st 1526 Time: 6.45pm Place: Paris, The Hotel des Spheres

the chart Dorothy Dunnett had professionally prepared for Lymond. Subject: Francis Crawford of Lymond and Sevigny Birth Date: November 1526 Time: Place: Paris, The Hotel des Spheres

My praise for Dorothy Dunnett knows no bounds. It's a dense, long read, well worthwhile ploughing through the incredible amounts of interconnected relations. Beautiful use of language. I cried at the end.

My praise for Dorothy Dunnett knows no bounds. It's a dense, long read, well worthwhile ploughing through the incredible amounts of interconnected relations. I cried at the end.