1199 in Ireland
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List of years in Ireland
Events during the year 1199 in Ireland.
- 6 April – on the death of his brother, Richard I of England, Prince John, Lord of Ireland, becomes King of England, thus bringing Ireland under the direct rule of the English Crown.
- 6 July – Archbishop Malachy (died 1148) is canonized by Pope Clement III.
- Limerick is granted a charter as a city.
- Risteárd de Tiúit occupies the motte-and-bailey castle in Granard (Granard Motte) as part of an initiative to extend Hiberno-Norman control over the country.
- Milo le Bret, having been granted lands in Rathfarnham, adapted an existing ridge to build a motte and bailey
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- Fitzgerald, Patrick; McGregor, John James. The history, topography and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick. 2. p. iii (Appendix).
- "Granard Motte and Bailey". Longford Tourism. Retrieved 12 August 2012.