Cork, located on Ireland's south coast, is Ireland's second largest city and the
largest city in the province of Munster. Its history dates back to the 6th century.
According to tradition Cork was founded by St Finnbarre in the 7th century. He
built an abbey there. Its name comes from the Gaelic Corcaigh, which means ...
THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF THE COUNTY AND CITY OF CORK. A freely
available online Journal of articles submitted by historians and genealogists on ...
Founded in 1891, the Cork Historical & Archaeological Society is one of the
oldest ... In this way, the study and record of history and archaeology of Cork is
An irreverent short history of Cork Ireland. Ireland is well known as a land full of
folk lore and storytelling from the giants of the North, The Fianna warriors to ...
Cork City is one of the oldest cities in Ireland and has a rich archaeological
record. Discover the city's truly interesting past with our handy overview.
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Family History in the Cork City and County Archives. PLEASE NOTE: We do not ...
Dr Jason Harris from the School of History was recently interviewed on Newstalk
Radio about Spoken Latin. New summer school available in Cork, June 2017.
History of QCC / UCC. UCC was established in 1845 as one of three Queen's
Colleges - at Cork, Galway and Belfast. These new colleges were established in
Rev. C.B. Gibson's The History Of The County And City Of Cork was published in
two volumes in 1861. The fist volumes begins with an account of the rivalry of ...