Published March 1999
by Dublin Corporation .
Written in English
|Contributions||Philomena Connolly (Editor), Geoffrey Martin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll was published in book-form by the then Dublin Corporation in and we are currently arranging for the entire to be digitised and published online with a complete transcript of its contents. This will be available free of charge on . Get this from a library! The Dublin guild merchant roll, c first supplement to the calendar of ancient records of Dublin. [Philomena Connolly; Geoffrey Martin;]. The digitisation of the Dublin Guild Merchant Roll is a Dublin City Council project under the direction of Margaret Hayes, Dublin City Librarian, Brendan Teeling, Deputy City Librarian and Dr Mary Clark, Dublin City Archivist. Transcript of the original text is by the late Dr Philomena Connolly. Dublin Guild Merchant Roll () Submitted by Dublin City Archives on Thu, 06/10/ -
Dublin Guild Merchant Rolls c. - The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll: Help. The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll is written in a mixture of Latin, French and English and the transcript is an exact copy of the original text. Dublin City Council has developed pathways to open up the text and transcript for modern usage, even among those who do not have Latin and French. Dublin Guild Merchant Rolls c. - ROLL OF MEMBERS OF THE GUILD MERCHANT OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, transcribed by Philomena Connolly. The international composition of the population of medieval Dublin is very well reflected in its Guild Merchant Roll. While the document itself cannot give more than a glimpse of the town and its trade, it nonetheless provides the historian and the archaeologist with almost names, the majority of which can be dated by the years they entered into the merchant guild. The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll, C Connolly, Philomena, Martin, Geoffrey: : BooksFormat: Hardcover.
The original roll. Dublin City Libraries and Archive have just put online the Dublin merchant guild rolls, dating from about to These are the records of admission to the merchant guild of Dublin city over that year period, more than 8, entries recording names, occupations, places of origin and (in some cases) fathers’ names. The Dublin Guild Merchant roll, c. Edited by Philomena Connolly and Geoffrey Martin. Pp xxiv, , illus. Dublin: Dublin Corporation. IR£ (First supplement to Calendar of ancient records of Dublin, ed. Mary Clark) - Volume 28 Issue - H.B. Clarke. The guild roll of medieval Dublin is the earliest-known town record extant in Britain and Ireland, and is certainly one of the best preserved and most striking documents of its kind. The roll was compiled between and and contains the names of those admitted annually to the merchant guild of Dublin with, for the early years, a record. Sell, buy or rent The Dublin Guild Merchant Roll C. Series: the Calendar of Ancient Rec , we buy used or new for best buyback price with FREE shipping and offer great deals for buyers.