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’ (Hudson, 1999 : 40). Within this were three particular routes: connecting the southwest of England with the southeast of Ireland; the northwest of England, Wales and the Isle of Man with the east of Ireland; and a north–south route running past Ireland's west coast and communicating between Galicia in the south and Iceland and the Baltic to the north. These same routes were in operation by the late Middle Ages and are the subject of much of the following discussion. Colfer ( 2013 ) has stated that the tower house was a creation of the manorial

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