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That England had papal permission to interfere in Ireland’s affairs sets the relations between England and Ireland into the larger European context. SOCIAL HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE: EARLY MEDIEVAL GAELIC IRELAND Gaelic Ireland was not an isolated island, despite being on the western margin of continental Europe. It was well embedded in the European system in terms of trade and a shared Christian religion. Trade between Ireland and the British Isles was regular and frequent (there are only 21 kilometers separating Ireland and Scotland across the North Channel).
The fact that clearance was necessary for colonization presupposes that the land had indeed been occupied and used. To legitimize intervention, more than just the people had to be evicted: the landscape itself had to be made barren. This was accomplished in several ways through physical, cartographic, and ideological removal and/or distancing. In this chapter I will first outline how Ireland was part of the social, political, and religious landscape of Christian Europe; how early medieval Gaelic Ireland was a stage set for the late twelfth-century AngloNorman intervention or “invasion”; and how this invasion resulted in drastic changes in the sociopolitical relationship between Ireland and England.
SOCIAL HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE: EARLY MEDIEVAL GAELIC IRELAND Gaelic Ireland was not an isolated island, despite being on the western margin of continental Europe. It was well embedded in the European system in terms of trade and a shared Christian religion. Trade between Ireland and the British Isles was regular and frequent (there are only 21 kilometers separating Ireland and Scotland across the North Channel). Beyond connections with England, we must keep in mind that Ireland had long been involved in European trade relations.