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  1. Main ideas
    1. Ireland was mainly feudal and kings were fighting each others
    2. The Reformation process
    3. Ireland used as a source of profit by England
    4. Dissidents and cohabitation between the Anglo-Norman/Irish and the Irish
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Anglo-Norman Ireland by Michael Dolley is the third volume of a series of eleven volumes named The Gill History of Ireland. This series of books covers the Irish history from the fifth century to 1960 and was published and printed by Michael Henry Gill and MacMillan. Michael Dolley is one of the authors of the series as each book is being written by a different person. He is a reader in the Department of Modern History in the Queen's University of Belfast. This volume is about Ireland from 1100 AD to 1318 AD. It is a book which mainly relates the history of Ireland during this period (the progressive colonization of Ireland by the Anglo-Norman). It begins a little earlier than it should be, according to the title, since the Anglo-Norman are not yet established in the country in the first and second chapters.

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