Dáibhí Ó Cróinín
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Dáibhí Ó Cróinín is an Irish historian, and professor of history at the National University of Ireland, Galway (N.U.I. Galway). M.Phil., Ph.D. (N.U.I.), and Member of the Royal Irish Academy. He is a grandson of Elizabeth Cronin, an Irish traditional singer. An author of many articles and contributor to several books, he specialises in medieval Irish and European history, Early Irish Script and Early Irish Law.
- The Irish 'Sex Aetates Mundi', Dublin, 1982.
- Cummian's letter 'De controversia Paschali' together with a related Irish compustical tract 'De rationae conputanti', edited with Maura Walsh (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies; Studies and texts, lxxxvi), Toronto, 1988.
- An Cúigiú Díochlaonadh, Indreabhan, Connamara, 1994.
- Early Medieval Ireland, 400–1200, London and New York, 1995.
- The songs of Elizabeth Cronin, Irish traditional singer, Dublin, 2000.
- Early Irish History and Chronology, Dublin, 2003.
- A New History of Ireland, volume one, Dublin, 2006.