FitzPatrick (Elizabeth)

FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): The early Church in Offaly.
In Offaly history and society (1998), pp. 93–130.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): The inauguration of Tairdelbach Ó Conchobair at Áth an Termoinn.
In Peritia 12 (1998), pp. 351–358.
Identifies Áth an Termoinn with Áth Carpait, in the termonland of Es mac nEirc, at Boyle (Co. Roscommon).
Duffy (Patrick J.) (ed.), Edwards (David) (ed.), FitzPatrick (Elizabeth) (ed.): Gaelic Ireland, c. 1250–c. 1650: land, lordship and settlement / Patrick J. Duffy, David Edwards and Elizabeth FitzPatrick, editors.
Dublin: Four Courts, 2001. 454 pp.
Papers from a conference held in Dublin, September 1997.

Rev. by
Margo Griffin-Wilson, in Celtica 25 (2007), pp. 262-270.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Leaca and Gaelic inauguration ritual in medieval Ireland.
In The Stone of Destiny (2003), pp. 107–121.
Examines documentary evidence from Ireland (Ulster in particular) on the importance of recumbent stones and stone chairs for the enthronement ritual.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Royal inauguration mounds in medieval Ireland: antique landscape and tradition.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Royal inauguration in Gaelic Ireland c. 1100–1600: a cultural landscape study.
SCH, 22. Woodbridge: Boydell, 2004. xx + 294 pp. (Studies in Celtic history, 22).
Rev. by
Bart Jaski, in Speculum 81/3 (Jul., 2006), pp. 844-845.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): The landscape of Máel Sechnaill’s rígdál at Ráith Áeda, AD 859.
In Above and beyond [Swan memorial essays] (2005), pp. 267–280.
Suggests the site of the royal meeting was Cnoc Buadha (Knockbo in the parish of Rahugh, Co. Westmeath).
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth) (ed.), Gillespie (Raymond) (ed.): The parish in medieval and early modern Ireland: community, territory and building / Elizabeth FitzPatrick and Raymond Gillespie, editors.
Dublin: Four Courts Press for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, 2006. 352 pp.
Papers from a conference held in Dublin, 28 February–2 March 2003.

Rev. by
James Kelly, in StH 34 (2006-2007), pp. 207-209.
Michael O’Neill, in JRSAI 136 (2006), pp. 192-196.
Katharine Simms, in CMCS 55 (Summer, 2008), pp. 67-68.
Barbara A. Watkinson, in Speculum 82/2 (Apr., 2007), pp. 433-435.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Evoking the white mare: the cult landscape of Sgiath Gabhra and its medieval perception in Gaelic Fir Mhanach.
In Landscapes of cult and kingship (2011), pp. 163–191.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Formaoil na Fiann: hunting preserves and assembly places in Gaelic Ireland.
In PHCC 32 (2013), pp. 95–118.
Offers a detailed study of formaoil place-names in Ireland.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): The landscape and settlements of the Uí Dhálaigh poets of Muinter Bháire.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Ollamh, biatach, comharba: lifeways of Gaelic learned families in medieval early modern Ireland.
In 14th ICCS, Maynooth 2011 (2015), pp. 165–189.
Discusses the physical environments in which learned families lived, farmed and conducted schools.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth), Hennessy (Ronan): Finn’s Seat: topographies of power and royal marchlands of Gaelic polities in medieval Ireland.
In LH 38/2 (2017), pp. 29–62.
Investigates hilltop cairns and mounds named Suidhe Finn which were used as boundary landmarks. Includes a case study of the landscape of the hill of Almhain and its summit mound of Suidhe Finn in North Leinster.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Finn’s wilderness and boundary landforms in medieval Ireland.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 113–146.
Studies the term formaoil used in place-names in Ireland and Scotland (variously anglicized as Fermoyle, Formoyle, Formil, Formal, etc.), and argues it was applied to particular bare-topped hills and mountains connected to the idea of wilderness, boundaries and conflict, and in fíanaigecht also conceived as hunting reserve and place of contact with the Otherworld for Finn and his fían.