Index (4)

From A Smaller Social History of Ancient Ireland 1906

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INDEX

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N.B.—The numbers in parentheses after names of places denote the squares of the map where the names are to be found.

JACOB, the patriarch, 355.
James I , 86.
Jameson, a Scotch writer, 252.
Javelin, 67.
Jerpoint in Kilkenny, 160.
Jesters, jugglers, and gleemen, 29, 516.
Jet, 402.
Jewels, jewellery, 10, 29, 401, 402, 501.
Jews, 65, 130.
John, King, and his castle, Limerick, 297.
—— Scotus Erigena, 176.
Joints (meat), distributed according to rank, 345.
Jones, Dr., bishop of St. David's, 35.
Judges: see Brehon and Brehon Laws.
Judgments in form of maxims and illustrations, 91, 92.
Jugglers, 29, 501, 510, 517.
Justice, administration of, 86 to 92.

KALE, 366.
Kavanagh, Art Mac Murrogh, 487.
Kavanagh horn, the, 315.
Keating, Geoffrey, 199, 231, 303.
Keats, the poet, 521, 522.
Keening or crying for the dead, 533.
Keens or death-tunes, 260.
Keeper of the king's jewels, 29.
Kellach, St., of Killala, 98.
Kells, in Kilkenny, 482.
—— in Meath (29), 140.
Keltar of the Battles, 39, 54.
Kemble, J. M , an English antiquary, 417.
Kennfaela the Learned, 274, 275.
Kent, 86, 145.
Kermand Kelstach, the Ulster idol, 119.
Kern, a light-armed foot-soldier, 67.
Kerry diamonds, 401.
Keth mac Magach, 42.
Keys and locks, 297.
Key-shield of the Mass, 222.
Kildare (35), 143, 242, 245, 500.
Kilfinnane Moat, 307.
Killaloe (38), 111, 339.
Killarney (49), 227, 229, 435.
Killeen Cormac, 133, 134.
Kilmainham, 144.
Kilmallock Abbey, 159, 160.
Kiln for corn-drying, 299.
—— for lime-burning, 450.
Kilt, 385, 389, 390.
Kilternan cromlech, 544, 545.
Kincora, palace of, at Killaloe (38), 331, 339.
Kinel, a race, a tribe, or aggregation of tribes, supposed to be descended from a common ancestor, 30.
Kinel Connell, the people of Tirconnell (now Donegal), 65.
Kineth O'Hartigan, 321.
Kings, chap, ii.; 77, 92, 131, 307, 372, 416, 453.
King John's Castle, Limerick, 297.
King with crown, 416.
King's Chair at Tara, 325.
Kiss as a salutation, 518.
Kistvaens, 543, 544.
Kitchen, 354.
—— garden, 6, 365.
—— or condiment, 357.
Kneading trough, 363.
Kneeling as a salutation, 519.
Knees, bare, 391, 392.
Knife for cutting rushes, 305.
—— for making pens, 203.
Knives and folks at meals, 346, 347.
Knights and knighthood, 48.
Knockainy, 110.
Knockaulin, 332, 333, 508.
Knockfierna near Croom in Limerick, 110.
Knockgraffon in Tipperary, 342, 522.
Knocklong, siege of, 342.
Knockmoy Abbey in Galway, 24, 160.
Knowth on the Boyne in Meath, 537.
Kongs Skuggsjo, an old Norse book, 323.
Kuno Meyer, Dr., Pref. ix; 237.

LABRAID, King, 418.
Ladle for metal casting, 438.
Laebhan, St. Patrick's smith, 453.
Laegaire the Victorious, 39, 114.
—— king of Ireland, 73, 98, 100, 119, 124, 131, 169, 327.
Laery Lorc, k. of Ireland, 280.
Lake-dwellings, 313.
Lakes, monsters in, 524.
Lamps and lanterns, 372.
Lance, see Spears.
Land and land laws, 81 to 86.
Land as support of church, 142.
—— laws relating to, 81 to 86.
—— tillage and grazing of, chap. xix.
—— measures of, 472, 473.
—— for tillage, 142, 425.
Lanigan, Dr., 145.
Lann or land, a plate of metal, a sword-blade, a griddle, 415.
Lapdog, 505.
Lard, 356, 365.
Lathe, 447, 448.
Latin language, 175, 180, 181, 215.
—— explaining Gaelic, 199, 200.
Laura, an Eastern eremitical monastery, 153.
Lavra the Mariner, k. of Ireland, 334.
Lawn or green of a rath, 310, 311.
Laws: see Brehon Laws.
Laws, books of, 73.
—— relating to land, 81 to 86.
—— made to destroy Irish trade, 495.
Lay community: education amongst, 178 to 180.
Lay or secular schools, 8, 174, 178.
Lead, 435.
—— for roofs, 293.
Learning and education, 169.
Learning among the laity, 178 to 180.
—— esteemed and rewarded, 9, 184 to 191.
—— extent of, in monastic schools, 175, 176.
—— in pagan times, 168.
—— not confined to monasteries, 178, 179.
Leather, 59, 471.
—— covers for books, 453.
—— bags, 471.
—— bottles, 148.
—— used on shields, 59. 60, 62.
—— work as an art, 10, 239, 470.
Leaven or yeast, 362.
Lebar Brecc, 211.
—— Laigen, 208, 211.
—— na hUidhre: see Book of the Dun Cow.
Lecan in Sligo, 212.
Leeks and onions, 366.
Leggings, 391.
Legs bare, 391, 393.
Leighlin Bridge (40), 334.
Leinster province, 13, 16, 108, 124, 226, 284, 500.
—— ancient extent of, 13, 16.
Lending and borrowing, 519.
Leper-houses and leprosy, 271, 273, 274.
Leprechan or leprechaun, a kind of fairy, 115, 116.
Leth Conn and Leth Mow, 482 note.
Letters, Irish (alphabet), 173.
Lewy, k. of Ireland, 37.
Lhuyd, the Welsh antiquarian, 35.
Liamhain, 332: see Dunlavin.
Lia Fail, the inauguration stone at Tara, 20, 324.
Libraries, 205.
Lichen for dyeing, 467, 468.
Liemania, St. Patrick's sister, 548, 549.
Liffey, the river, 244, 481, 483, 509.
Light in houses, 370, 371, 372.
Lily of Medicine (a book), 270.
Lime, 312, 450.
—— used on shields, 60.
Limekilns, 450.
Limerick (44), 297.
Limitations of Kings, 25.
Limited Monarchy, 25.
Lindisfarne, 145, 146, 177, 178.
Linen, 382, 388, 465.
Lir, Story of, 237.
Lis-Doonglara, 340.
Lis, liss, lios, or less, an earthen fort, 107, 289, 300, 306, 309, 310: see Rath.
Lismullin near Tara, 456.
Lissoleem near Bruree, 340, 341.
Lists of Tales, 234.
Litany of Aengus the Culdee, 177.
Literature, ancient Irish, classified, 214.
Lives of Saints, 219, 220.
Lizards, 524.
Lochru, the druid, 100.
Locks and keys, 297.
Locomotion and commerce, chap. xxiv.
Loeg, Cuculainn's charioteer, 115, 196.
Loire river, 34.
Lon or Luin, Keltar's spear, 54.
Looking-glasses, 381.
Loom: see Weaving.
Lorne, son of Erc, 37.
Lost books of Erin, 208.
Loughbrickland in Down, 39.
Loughcrew hills, cemetery, 244.
Lough Derg on the Shannon (38), 108, 338.
—— Ennell in Westmeath (28), 329.
—— Foyle (7), 132.
—— Key in Roscommon, 229.
—— Melvin (15, 16), 13.
—— Neagh (11), 357.
—— Owel in Westmeath (28), 481.
—— Swilly, 132.
Louth, county (23), 16, 235.
Louvain, 220.
Lucet Mael, the druid, 100.
Lucky and unlucky days, 98.
Lug or Lugh of the Long Arms, the Dedannan hero-god, 126, 130, 479.
Lugnaed or Lugnaedon, and his headstone, 547. 548, 549.
Lugnasad, the 1st August, 500.
Lullabies, 260.
Lunacy, 96, 97.
Luncheon, 343.
Lunula or lunette, 405.
Lure in France, St. Dicuil's well at, 151.
Lycaon, the Trojan, 54.

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