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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bannockburn , south of Stirling , Scotland. Registered battlefield. First War of Scottish Independence. Scottish Independence Wars. The Battle of Bannockburn Stroud: Tempus.
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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Part of the First War of Scottish Independence. This depiction from the Scotichronicon c. A chapel at Mornington is mentioned c. Samthann of Cluain Bronaig mentions Colp as a port used by boats from the Columban centre of Iona . The Martyrology of Tallaght , compiled c. Any local tradition of him has gone. Devotion to another June saint, John the Baptist , 24 June, probably came with the Normans who were particularly attached to his cult.
A former holy well dedicated to St. John is located in a marshy and wooded area known as "The Glen" near the new church. Buttons, pieces of clothing and other personal items were hung on an elder bush overhanging the well. Local tradition claimed that the herbs growing around the well had the virtue of curing coughs, skin infections and deafness". A stone known as the mass rock stood beside the well.
Mass was celebrated in this isolated location during the difficult times when the Penal Laws were in force. Current burials in the parish take place in Reilig Mhuire Piltown Road Cemetery which was opened in Laytown and Bettystown Golf Club  is situated in Mornington townland.
There is one primary school split into a girls and boys school in Donacarney which service Mornington. In a school of about 20 children was located in the 'small chapel at Mornington'. A Gothic style red-brick school which now serves as the local community centre was built in the s at Donacarney Cross. Designed in by P. Dodd of Drogheda,  with an extension in , it features separate doors for girls and boys at the front of the building.
Its twentieth-century replacement, with a water tower, was demolished to make the site available for the present-day schools in the early s. The area has inspired many artists over the years.
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Views of the estuary and its fishermen, the beach and the Maiden Tower appear as subjects in watercolour, illustration and oils by various artists including Alexander Williams , Nano Reid , Ithell Colquhoun and more recently Richard Moore. Mornington Strand consists of dunes, known locally since at least the mid-eighteenth century as The Burrows, and a wide sandy strand which extends south from the River Boyne towards Bettystown.
There are areas of soft sand close to the River Boyne training walls; warning signs erected at Bettystown warn of the danger. Inbher Colpa or Inber Colptha  was the principal name in early medieval times for the mouth of the Boyne and in particular the area on its southern shore where hostium Colpdi , the port of Colpa, was located. The names often signify stories relating to drownings, a dangerous wave or tidal bore , overseas arrivals and corporeal remains found in the inter-tidal wrack of the estuary.
Its limb, shank or shinbone colptha reached the estuary giving name to Inber Colptha. The colptha probably called to mind the channel of the Boyne at this point and was a play on the original word Colpa. He is explained as having been drowned by a wave when invading Ireland here. The name may be an untraditional construct echoing and modifying the better known tradition of Colpa, and overlaying with a more prestigious Roman figure, as the Acallam also retains reference to Tond Indbir Colpa cruaidh , the hard  or harsh  Wave of Inbher Colpa , in a poem section listing it as one of the famous waves of Ireland.
And to every one in Erin his fellow's voice seemed as sweet as the strings of lutes. From mid-spring to mid-autumn no wind disturbed a cow's tail. His reign was neither thunderous nor stormy'. The two districts ran north to the area of Newry  , were given to Conall by Cuscraid Meand Macha , King of Ulster, his foster-son, and represent later pseudo-historical claims by the Cruthin of Conaille Muirtheimne. The tale particularly refers to the Ciannachta, named from Tadc's father Cian, who occupied territory on both banks of the lower Boyne.
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Cormac promised Tadc as much land as his chariot could encircle in a day, but bribed the charioteer to exclude Tara as Tadc lay unconscious from the wounds he sustained" . Whatever the origin myth by historical times, in the sixth-century, the tribal grouping known as Ciannachta Breg were in place between Annagassan and Dublin centering on Duleek , the stone-church of St. They were subject to their own bishop at Duleek from the fifth-century until the see was subsumed by the Diocese of Meath in the late twelfth-century.