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Antiquities of Kildare by Philip I. Powell
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Antiquities of Laois
County Laois is one of the richest counties in Ireland for
antiquities and has been bestowed with a rich tapestry of
history that spans over four millennia. Laois began as being
part of the Kingdom of Osraighe, to the Lordship of Leix,
and from the creation of Queen’s County, to finally
returning to its ancient name of County Laois after the
creation of the Irish Free State in 1922. The earliest and
only written records of pre-Christian County Laois come
from the Greek historian, Ptolemy, whose map of Ireland of
c.100 A.D., shows a castle or fortress at Dunamase, close to
a river called the Birgus and inhabited by a Celtic tribe
called the Brigantes. They claimed descent from Lug
Laighseach, prince to the Royal Fort of Emain Macha &
hero of the Red-Branch Knights of Ulster.
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