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Dumville (David N.): Howard Maxwell Meroney, 1906–1991, founder of The Journal of Celtic Studies.
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McGowan (K. Megan): The four masters and the governance of Ireland in the middle ages.
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Downham (Clare): The historical importance of Viking-Age Waterford.
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