History of Ireland (sprint)

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Way too broad, way too fast supplement to a way too general lecture on Irish history that fits in one college class period.

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  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Humans crossed land bridge from Asia to Americas about 23K B.C.E.\n
  • Can I find a better picture?\n
  • This body dropped off a peat cutting machine in February 2003 in Clonycavan, near Dublin. The forearms, hands and lower abdomen are missing, believed to have been hacked off by the machine.Clonycavan man was a young male no more than 5ft 2in tall. Beneath his hair, which retains its unusual "raised" style, was a massive wound caused by heavy cutting object that smashed open his skull.Chemical analysis of the hair revealed that he had been using a type of Iron Age hair gel; a vegetable plant oil mixed with a resin that had probably come from south-western France or Spain.\n
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  • The Broighter hoard gold torc, (50 BC) found at Broighter County Derry Ireland. The low-relief ornament is remarkably similar to the design on the end terminals of the Great Torc found at Snettisham in Norfolk.\n
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  • The Round Tower at Ardmore x2 glendalough\n
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  • ca 800 book of kells gospel of john.\n
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  • “Criminal brains” of Vagrants labeled “Irish” & “Italian” 1939 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory\nIllustration in Nourse, V.F. (2008) In reckless hands: Skinner v Oklahoma and the near triumph of American eugenics. NY: Norton\n
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  • Data on crime and foreign born races from Crime and the man (1939) by Harvard Professor E.A. Hooten \nIllustration in Nourse, V.F. (2008) In reckless hands: Skinner v Oklahoma and the near triumph of American eugenics. NY: Norton \n
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  • History of Ireland (sprint)

    1. 1. Irish History4500 B.C.E. - 2011 C.E.
    2. 2. This is a joke.
    3. 3. But it is also worthwhile.
    4. 4. 32
    5. 5. 35
    6. 6. 36
    7. 7. , 1560 4
    8. 8. 2
    9. 9. 5
    10. 10. - ., 1612 6
    11. 11. 2
    12. 12. 7
    13. 13. 8
    14. 14. 2
    15. 15. 9
    16. 16. 0250500750100012501500
    17. 17. 0 B.C.E.250 0-852500750100012501500
    18. 18. 0 B.C.E.250 0-852500750 852-116 9100012501500
    19. 19. 0 B.C.E.250 0-852500750 852-116 9100 1167-1540 112501500
    20. 20. Ireland BCE
    21. 21. Ireland BCE8000 BCE
    22. 22. Ireland BCE8000 BCE First Inhabitants
    23. 23. Ireland BCE8000 BCE First Inhabitants 3200 BCE
    24. 24. Ireland BCE8000 BCE First Inhabitants 3200 BCE Newgrange
    25. 25. Ireland BCE 23000 BCE8000 BCE First Inhabitants 3200 BCE Newgrange
    26. 26. Ireland BCE 23000 BCE Humans Cross Land Bridge to Americas8000 BCE First Inhabitants 3200 BCE Newgrange
    27. 27. ClonycavanMan Death Estimated Between 392 BCE - 201 BCE
    28. 28. OldCroghanMan to Have DiedBelieved362 BCE -175 BCE
    29. 29. The
Broighter
Hoard
Gold
Torc50
BCE
    30. 30. 0-852 CE
    31. 31. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE
    32. 32. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE c.600 CE
    33. 33. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE c.600 CE 795 CE
    34. 34. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE c.600 CE 795 CE Earliest Viking Raid
    35. 35. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE Christianity is the Religion c.600 CE of Ireland?? 795 CE Earliest Viking Raid
    36. 36. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE St. Patrick Arrives Christianity is the Religion c.600 CE of Ireland?? 795 CE Earliest Viking Raid
    37. 37. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE St. Patrick Arrives Christianity is the Religion c.600 CE of Ireland?? 795 CE Earliest Viking Raid c.800 CE
    38. 38. 0-852 CE 432-461 CE St. Patrick Arrives Christianity is the Religion c.600 CE of Ireland?? 795 CE Earliest Viking Raid c.800 CE Book of Kells
    39. 39. 852-1169
    40. 40. 852-1169 1014 CE
    41. 41. 852-1169 941-1014 CE 1014 CE
    42. 42. 852-1169 852 CE 941-1014 CE 1014 CE
    43. 43. 852-1169 852 CE 941-1014 CE 1014 CE 1167-1185 CE
    44. 44. 852-1169 852 CE Baile ath Cliath (An Dubh Linn) 941-1014 CE 1014 CE 1167-1185 CE
    45. 45. 852-1169 852 CE Baile ath Cliath (An Dubh Linn) 941-1014 CE Brian Boru 1014 CE 1167-1185 CE
    46. 46. 852-1169 852 CE Baile ath Cliath (An Dubh Linn) 941-1014 CE Brian Boru 1014 CE Clontarf 1167-1185 CE
    47. 47. 852-1169 852 CE Baile ath Cliath (An Dubh Linn) 941-1014 CE Brian Boru 1014 CE Clontarf 1167-1185 CE Norman Invasion
    48. 48. 1167-1541 1171 Henry II Invades Ireland 1199 English King John Becomes Lord of Ireland 1254-136 Gaelic Resurgence 0 1536 Church of England 1541 Henry VIII Declares Himself King of Ireland
    49. 49. Henry II1133-1189
    50. 50. Henry VIII1491-1547
    51. 51. 1541-1691 1541 King of Ireland 1601 Battle of Kinsale 1641-53 Rebellion of 1641 1649-53 Cromwell 1689-91 Civil War 1690 Battle of the Boyne
    52. 52. Elizabeth
I1533‐1603
    53. 53. Trinity College Dublin1592
    54. 54. Hugh O’Neill1550-1616
    55. 55. 3
    56. 56. Oliver Cromwell1599-1658
    57. 57. Battle of the Boyne 1690 56
    58. 58. 5744
    59. 59. 1691‐1801 1707 Act of Union United States 1776-1783 1785 Grattan Parliament French Revolution 1789-1799
    60. 60. 6046
    61. 61. 6147
    62. 62. 1801‐1916 1801 Act of Union 1829 Catholic Emancipation 1845-49 Famine Emigration & 1861 Assimilation 1916 Easter Rising
    63. 63. 68
    64. 64. 69
    65. 65. 70
    66. 66. 71
    67. 67. 72
    68. 68. 73
    69. 69. "[America]
would
be
a
great
land
if
only
every
Irishman
would
kill
a
negro,
and
be
hanged
for
it."
Freeman,
1881
    70. 70. U.S.
Civil
War 1861‐1865
    71. 71. 83
    72. 72. 84
    73. 73. 86
    74. 74. 88
    75. 75. Easter
Rising,
1916
    76. 76. 99
    77. 77. 10
    78. 78. 11
    79. 79. 102

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