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  Towns and Markets
In the towns and cities of medieval Ireland there was a lively trade in wine, foodstuffs, livestock, hides and wool and cloth of all ...
  Ships and Exports
The main towns of the period were New Ross, Waterford, Cork, Drogheda, Dublin, Youghal, Galway and Limerick. Wool, hides and grain ...
  Coins and Exchequer
The king’s representative in Ireland, the Viceroy, was assisted by a council. This was a group of important officials who looked after ...
The native Irish usually rode horses without the benefit of a good saddle and bridle and this placed them at a disadvantage when facing ...
  Town Workers
As towns developed and trades became more sophisticated and professional, craftsmen moved into towns and set up their businesses there. ...

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