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Initially predominantly written in Latin, but increasingly in Irish from the ninth century onwards, the vocabulary and syntax of the Irish chronicles is very formulaic and repetitive, producing a highly artificial chronicle style shared by scholars in a number of different centers.
However, in the twelfth century, the chronicles do start to become more verbose to some extent, although the lack of a narrative thread between events continues to be an important feature.
The term souterrain derives from the French words , meaning ground.
Souterrains are sub-terrain man-made structures consisting of chambers connected by creepways and with access to the surface. Longford 91E0055/93E0048 Site location: NGR 21320/27590 SMR LF013-013--- Judith Carroll Fig. Longford [OSI] The site is located north of Longford town (Fig. It is a univallate earthen bank and ditch ringfort that abutted a field boundary on the western side and was partially cut by the field fence.
, they are the most common field monument surviving in Ireland with up to 60,000 examples, most dating to between 550-900AD. Meath prove on excavation to have a long history, including prehistoric pre-ringfort activity and later re-use into the later and post-Medieval periods.
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When such notes were subsequently copied without the Easter tables, "K" or "Kl," the same abbreviations for "Kalends (first) of January" used in Easter tables, were also employed in the chronicles to mark the beginning of each annal.
The reasons for the subsequent maintenance of the chronicles afterwards are unclear, largely because the chroniclers themselves rarely give any indication of their motives.
Ringforts are circular areas, measuring .24-60m in diameter, usually enclosed with one or more earthen bank enclosures, often topped with a timber palisade. Longford also suggested that some ringforts may be preceded by open settlements. In the west of Ireland the ringfort equivalent, the , was often enclosed by a stone wall, with stone huts in the interior.