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Geographic Distribution of the Gaelic Languages

Geographic Distribution of the Gaelic Languages

The Scots language was brought to Ulster during the early 17th century, when large numbers of Scots speakers arrived from Scotland during the Hamilton and Montgomery Settlements and the Ulster Plantation.[12] The earliest Scots writing in Ulster dates from that time, and 20th century, written Scots from Ulster was almost identical with that of Scotland

The Scots language was brought to Ulster during the early 17th century, when large numbers of Scots speakers arrived from Scotland during the Hamilton and Montgomery Settlements and the Ulster Plantation.[12] The earliest Scots writing in Ulster dates from that time, and 20th century, written Scots from Ulster was almost identical with that of Scotland

Speakers of Irish in daily life from the 2011 census in Ireland... Irish is spoken in our house regularly just not by me! I love it but never managed the grammar. It has more declensions than German and that's saying something!

Speakers of Irish in daily life from the 2011 census in Ireland... Irish is spoken in our house regularly just not by me! I love it but never managed the grammar. It has more declensions than German and that's saying something!

Irish speakers in Ireland, 2011 by SkateTier #map #ireland #eire

Irish speakers in Ireland, 2011 by SkateTier #map #ireland #eire

Catholicism in Ireland, 2011 by SkateTier #map #religion #ireland #eire

Catholicism in Ireland, 2011 by SkateTier #map #religion #ireland #eire

map1300.gif (466×582) 1300 AD, Visualization, General Reference, Environmental Management.

map1300.gif (466×582) 1300 AD, Visualization, General Reference, Environmental Management.

The Vikings eventually settled down in the lands they had conquered. By 950, the Vikings had stopped raiding in Ireland and developed instead as traders and settled in the lands around their towns. The Vikings in England largely became farmers and fishermen. The Vikings left many placenames in Ireland including: Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Wexford, Strangford, Leixlip, Carlingford, Youghal, Howth, Dalkey and Fingall. A few of their words were also adopted into the Irish language.

The Vikings eventually settled down in the lands they had conquered. By 950, the Vikings had stopped raiding in Ireland and developed instead as traders and settled in the lands around their towns. The Vikings in England largely became farmers and fishermen. The Vikings left many placenames in Ireland including: Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Wexford, Strangford, Leixlip, Carlingford, Youghal, Howth, Dalkey and Fingall. A few of their words were also adopted into the Irish language.

Ireland in 1014: a patchwork of rival kingdoms.

Ireland in 1014: a patchwork of rival kingdoms.

The Pale (An Pháil in Irish) or the English Pale (An Pháil Shasanach), was the part of Ireland that was directly under the control of the English government in the late Middle Ages. It had reduced by the late 15th century to an area along the east coast stretching from Dalkey, south of Dublin, to the garrison town of Dundalk. - Origin of the phrase "Beyond the Pale"

The Pale (An Pháil in Irish) or the English Pale (An Pháil Shasanach), was the part of Ireland that was directly under the control of the English government in the late Middle Ages. It had reduced by the late 15th century to an area along the east coast stretching from Dalkey, south of Dublin, to the garrison town of Dundalk. - Origin of the phrase "Beyond the Pale"