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Forthcoming in a volume of essays ...
Forthcoming in a volume of essays on Gaelic history, edited by Dr (Mary) Katharine Simms (Trinity College, Dublin), for the Standing Council of Irish Chiefs and Chieftains.
'"Brian in Armagh?
Brian Bóroma and the Imperator Scotorum text in the Book of Armagh'.
Forthcoming in a volume of essays, edited by Dr (Mary) Katharine Simms.
'Brec Máedóic: Some Further Deliberations'.
Submitted to the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.
News and Events - O'Higgins - Uí hUigínn
There was a lecture entitled O'Higgins Poets and their Patrons by Dr. Katherine Simms of Trinity College, Dublin on Saturday 9th May in the Clarion Hotel, Sligo.
O'Neill Summer School - 2006 Programme
investigated and Dr. Katherine Simms will take us back to look
...Dr Katharine SimmsHead of School of History, Trinity College Dublin.
DNA of the Three Collas
Alan Calkins, Joseph Donohoe, Cathy Collins Gardner, Joseph Hart, Aidan Kelly, Pat McAuley, Larry McDermott, Frank Everett McDonald, Jr., Vaden McDonald, Brad McGuire, James McMahon, Pat Meguire, Mark Paden, David Reynolds, Bart O'Toole, Kirsten Saxe, Donald Schlegel, Katharine Simms, Michael Walsh, and Alex Williamson contributed to this study.
From the line of Mathgamna come both the families of O'Carroll, known as the Kings of Oriel at the height of its power just prior to the coming of the Normans, and the MacMahons, the latter descending from Niall, brother of Murrough O'Carroll the last O'Carroll King of Oriel. (According to "The MacMahon Pedigree: A Medieval Forgery," by Katharine Simms, in Regions and Rulers in Ireland, c.1100-1650, David Edwards, Editor, 2004, the McMahons did not descend from O'Carrolls but co-existed with them in the same time frame.
Generations 22 to 42 are derived from genealogical charts reproduced in The McMahons of Trohanny by Patrick and Eugene McMahon, Private Publication, February 2008, pages 155 & 157-158, augmented by recent confirmatory information from Katharine Simms (Senior Lecturer in Medieval History, Trinity College Dublin) in her article "The MacMahon Pedigree: a Medieval Forgery" in Regions and Rulers in Ireland, 1100-1650, edited by David Edwards, 2004, pages 27-36.
Dr. Katharine Simms of ...
Dr. Katharine Simms of Trinity College spoke on Chiefly Succession in Irish Clans.