|This object is indexed in the Archaeological Survey of Ireland under SMR No. CL033-082001-
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English: Ennis Friary was founded as house of Franciscan friaries c. 1240 by Donnchadh Ua Briain, king of Thomond, and substantially rebuilt by his successor, Toirdelbach Ua Briain, c. 1284. The monastery was officially dissolved in 1543 but the friars remained in Ennis. The medieval friary was returned by the Church of Ireland to the Franciscan order in 1969. See pp. 249 in Aubrey Gwynn and R. Neville Hadcock: Medieval Religious Houses Ireland, and pp. 121 in Patrick Conlan: Franciscan Ireland.
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- ► MacMahon Tomb, Ennis (10 F)
Media in category "Ennis Friary"
The following 53 files are in this category, out of 53 total.
- Ennis Abbey1.JPG 1.35 MB
- Ennis Abbey2.JPG 1.34 MB
- Ennis Abbey3.JPG 1.27 MB
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- Ennis Abbey5.JPG 1.36 MB
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- Ennis Friary 01.jpg 1.3 MB
- Ennis Friary 011.jpg 81 KB
- Ennis Friary 02.jpg 1.21 MB
- Ennis Friary 03.jpg 1.07 MB
- Ennis Friary Nave 2015 09 03.jpg 5.11 MB
- Ennis Friary SE 2015 09 03.jpg 4.34 MB
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- Ennis Friary1.jpg 68 KB