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Galway Archaeological and Historical Society will host an illustrated lecture on the Norman settlement of Aughrim next week.
On Friday March 23 1846, the sub sheriff of County Galway, accompanied by a large force of policemen and soldiers, approached the townland of Ballinlass, and evicted 270 people.
A public lecture on the history of a little-known foundation in east Galway, the priory of St Catherine in Aughrim, takes place in Galway city next week.
The west of Ireland contains most of the country’s mediaeval castles, some built by the Irish, but most were constructed by the Normans.
One of the leading experts on Mediaeval Ireland, NUI Galway’s Prof Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, will be speaking at the next meeting of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society.
The Heritage Society of GMIT will host a series of public talks, starting at 7pm, in the college throughout November.