Christ Church (Dublin): Medieval Dublin Lecture Series

Christ Church Cathedral Dublin webeditor at
Mon Jun 14 20:11:34 GMT 2010

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A new series of free lunchtime lectures entitled


will take place tomorrow on Tuesday 15 June 2010,
at 1.05pm, located in the new


in the Civic Offices, Wood Quay in Dublin 8. The series which
has been organised by the Friends of Medieval Dublin and
supported by Dublin City Council, will be launched at 1.00pm
by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Emer Costello.

The first lecture, by the chairman of the Friends of Medieval
Dublin, Dr Seán Duffy, will recount the tale of Abbot Beraid,
the pre-Viking abbot of Dubh-Linn who died in 650 AD.

These monthly lectures on Tuesday continue a series of
lunchtime talks intended to inspire interest in the history of 
Dublin and its surroundings that have taken place at nearby
Christ Church since 1997, and more recently have involved
the active and generous participation of Dublin City Council.

Further details of Friends of Medieval Dublin lectures online at:

The same details can be found on the Christ Church website at:, while an archive of former
lunchtime lectures given at Christ Church in past years is at:

All are most welcome to attend all cathedral services and
events. Details of these can usually be found online at:

See the Dean's Review of JUNE 2010:

Why not visit Dvblinia, the medieval exhibition,
or their website available at:

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