An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Osraige"

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non-fictionalFeictear novels]],Osraí bygo varioussuntasach authorsi roinnt saothair fhicsean stairiúil le húdair éagsúla. '' The politics of the kingdom at the time of the Norman Invasion have been written about in ''Diarmait King of Leinster'' (2006) by [[Nicholas Furlong]], as well as by historian and two-time chairman of the [[Irish Writers' Union]], [[Conor Kostick]] in ''Strongbow: the Norman Invasion of Ireland'' (2013).<ref name = "obrien">{{
''Ossory features prominently in several works of historical fiction and [[non-fiction novel |
non-fictional novels]], by various authors. The politics of the kingdom at the time of the Norman Invasion have been written about in ''Diarmait King of Leinster'' (2006) by [[Nicholas Furlong]], as well as by historian and two-time chairman of the [[Irish Writers' Union]], [[Conor Kostick]] in ''Strongbow: the Norman Invasion of Ireland'' (2013).<ref name = "obrien">{{
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url = http://www.obrien.ie/strongbow-the-norman-invasion-of-ireland |
archivedate = 12ú Nollaig 2015 |
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}}</ref> Some battles which took place in the kingdom of Ossory during the [[Norman Invasion of Ireland]], as well as the arrival of [[William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke |
 
}}</ref> ''Some battles which took place in the kingdom of Ossory during the [[Norman Invasion of Ireland]], as well as the arrival of [[William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke |
William Marshal]] are commemorated in pictorial form in the modern [[Ros Tapestry Project |
Ros Tapestry]].<ref name = "rostapestry">{{
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