The hunt for Red Hugh: Archaeologists in Spain search for 16th-century Irish chieftain’s bones (FOX NEWS)

By James Rogers | Fox News.  JUNE 1 2020 Archaeologists in Spain are searching for the bones of Red Hugh O’Donnell, a 16th-century Irish chieftain who fought English rule in…

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2002, O´DONNELL CLAN IN VALLADOLID (SPAIN)

Many historians consider the Battle of Kinsale 1602 as marking the end of the old Irish Order but I disagree. The Irish spirit was not yet dead – it may…

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THE FLIGHT OF THE EARLS

The trip and death of Red Hugh in Valladolid (Spain) Red Hugh O´Donnell and his colleague Hugh O´Neill believed they could never drive the British out of Ireland without help from abroad. They…

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TO SPAIN AND ROMA

Many appeals had been made to King Phillip of Spain for help and it finally arrived in the Autumn of 1601. O´Donnell was still harassing the English in Donegal when…

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ADVENTURES OF SPANISH CAPTAIN CUELLAR WALKING IN IRELAND AFTER HIS SHIPWRECK IN SLIGO 1588.

25 Spanish Galeons of the Armada wreck in the irish coast. This is the text of Cuellar´s letter. I believe that you will be astonished at seeing this letter on…

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ABOUT THE PILGRIMAGE

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: THE WAY OF THE STARS The tale of the burial of St. James remains is tinged with legend. Tradition has it that two of St. James apostles, Anthanasius…

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THE SPANISH MILESIAN INVASION

MILE MILESIANS The Milesians are considered the last invading mythological tribe of Ireland. All Irish are said to have a Milesian descent and seemingly the Christian scribes tried extra hard…

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