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The Lordship of Meath was an extensive seigneurial liberty in medieval Ireland that was awarded to Hugh de Lacy by King Henry II of England by the service of fifty knights and with almost royal authority. The Lordship was roughly co-extensive with the medieval kingdom of Meath. At its greatest extent, it included all of the modern counties of Fingal, Meath (which takes its name from the kingdom), Westmeath as well as parts of counties Cavan, Kildare, Longford, Louth and Offaly. The Lordship or fiefdom was imbued with privileges enjoyed in no other Irish liberty, including the four royal pleas of arson, forestalling, rape, and treasure trove.

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  • Señorío de Meath
  • Lordship of Meath
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  • El señorío de Meath fue una extensa liberty seigniorial en Irlanda medieval que fue otorgado a Hugh de Lacy​ por Enrique II de Inglaterra por el servicio de cincuenta caballeros y con autoridad casi real. El señorío comprendía aproximadamente el territorio del reino medieval de Meath. En su momento de mayor extensión, incluía los actuales condados de Fingal, Meath (del que toma su nombre), y Westmeath así como partes de los condados de Cavan, Kildare, Longford, Louth y Offaly. El señorío o feudo contaba con privilegios no disfrutados en ninguna otra liberty irlandesa, incluyendo los cuatro descargos reales de arson, forestalling, violación, y tesoro trove.
  • The Lordship of Meath was an extensive seigneurial liberty in medieval Ireland that was awarded to Hugh de Lacy by King Henry II of England by the service of fifty knights and with almost royal authority. The Lordship was roughly co-extensive with the medieval kingdom of Meath. At its greatest extent, it included all of the modern counties of Fingal, Meath (which takes its name from the kingdom), Westmeath as well as parts of counties Cavan, Kildare, Longford, Louth and Offaly. The Lordship or fiefdom was imbued with privileges enjoyed in no other Irish liberty, including the four royal pleas of arson, forestalling, rape, and treasure trove.
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