Law formed the most important factor both in public and in private life in ancient Ireland. Brehon law was incorporated in many ways by the Irish Catholic Church reached its zenith before the 9th centure c.e. It was disturbed by the Roman Catholic Church but continued in use until finally abolished by the English in the 17th century.

1. The Brehons
2. The Senchus Mor and other Books of Law
3. Suitability of the Brehon Laws
4. Structure of Society
5. The Laws relating to Land
6. The Administration of Justice

A SMALLER SOCIAL HISTORY of ANCIENT IRELAND
P.W. JOYCE; 1908. http://www.alia.ie/tirnanog/

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