933 – Óláf Guthrithsson goes to Ireland.
Two researchers in York and Glasgow will lead a new project on Viking history.
The Trustees of the Chatsworth Settlement are donating the Book of Lismore to university College Cork. The manuscript was written for Lord of Carbery who lived at the turn of the sixteenth century. It contains hagiographies, medieval tales of Charlemagne and stories of local Irish kings, it even includes the travels of Marco Polo. Several worthwhile articles to read: Medievalists.net, The Guardian, CELT (for a description of the contents), RTÉ (Irish broadcasting company).
How to combine a modern supermarket and an eleventh century Viking house.
919 – Battle of Islandbridge
813 – Coronation Louis the Pious
908 – Battle of Ballaghmoon