On the 30th of October Christy Burke, Lord Mayor of Dublin, launched the Tales of Medieval Dublin at Mansion House in Dublin. This volume of biographical essays was edited by Project RA Sparky Booker and Cherie N. Peters with the Friends of Medieval Dublin and Dublin City Council.
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