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New Dominican Historical Resource Launched

Hiberniana logo set against the Black Abbey stained glass window

Hibernia Dominicana (Dominican Ireland): that’s the name of an online, open-access resource for Irish Dominican History that has just been launched. 

Named after the monumental historical work by Thomas de Burgo OP, published in 1762, this resource aims at giving professional and amateur historians access to a wide range of historical literature associated with the Dominican friars in Ireland, including many rare works. 

Already a rich resource, it will soon be expanded to include sections on medieval manuscripts associated with Irish Dominicans. 

The cost of scanning many of these resources was covered by a project funded by the Irish Research Council: ‘Mapping the Manuscript and Cultural Heritage of the Dominican Order in Ireland’, directed by Dr Eleanor Giraud (University of Limerick). Special permission to reproduce articles from the following journals was kindly given by those responsible: Archivium HibernicumRíocht na Midhe, and Collectanea Hibernica.

You can access the new resource here.

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