15706.
Clarke (Howard B.) (ed.), Johnson (Ruth) (ed.): The Vikings in Ireland and beyond: before and after the battle of Clontarf / Howard B. Clarke and Ruth Johnson, editors.
Dublin: Four Courts Press for the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 2015. xxxiv + 526 pp. (Pathways to our past).
Rev. by
Lisa Collinson, in Celtica 30 (2018), pp. 214-217.
Patrick Wadden, in CMCS 74 (Winter, 2017), pp. 100-102.
15707.
Clarke (Howard B.), Johnson (Ruth): Ireland and the Viking Age.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 1–24.

15708.
Purcell (Emer): The first generation in Ireland, 795–812: Viking raids and Viking bases?
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 41–54.

15709.
Etchingham (Colmán): Vikings in Annagassan: the evidence of the annals and the wider context.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 117–128.
Reassesses annalistic material on Linn Duachaill.

15710.
Downham (Clare): The break-up of Dál Riata and the rise of the Gallgoídil.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 189–205.

15711.
Ní Mhaonaigh (Máire): A man of two faces: Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill in Middle Irish sources.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 232–252.

15712.
Fellows-Jensen (Gillian): Through a glass darkly: some sidelights on Viking influence on personal names and place-names in Ireland.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 268–283.

15713.
Swift (Catherine): Celtic berserkers and feeble steersmen: Hiberno-Scandinavian military culture in Middle Irish literature.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 451–469.

15714.
Ó Corráin (Donncha): Vikings in Ireland: the catastrophe.
In The Vikings in Ireland and beyond (2015), pp. 485–498.