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The Tribes of Galway (Irish: Treibheanna na Gaillimhe) were 14 merchant families who dominated the political, commercial and social life of the city of Galway in western Ireland between the mid-13th and late 19th centuries. They were the families of Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, Font, French, Joyce, Kirwan, Lynch, Martyn, Morris and Skerritt. Of the 14 families, 12 were of Anglo Norman origin, while two — the Darcy (Ó Dorchaidhe) and Kirwan (Ó Ciardhubháin) families — were Normanised Irish Gaels.

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  • Die Stämme von Galway (englisch: Tribes of Galway) waren 14 mittelalterliche Handelsfamilien in der westirischen Stadt Galway. Sie dominierten etwa vom 13. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert den Handel der Region mit dem kontinentalen Europa. Als „Stämme von Galway“ (englisch Tribes of Galway) bezeichnete sie in abfällig gemeinter Weise erstmals Oliver Cromwell. Die Familien übernahmen später diese Bezeichnung für ihre Patriziergesellschaft. (de)
  • 14 teaghlaigh ceannaí iomráiteach na Gaillimhe idir na 13ú haois agus 19ú haois ab iad Treibheanna na Gaillimhe. (ga)
  • The Tribes of Galway (Irish: Treibheanna na Gaillimhe) were 14 merchant families who dominated the political, commercial and social life of the city of Galway in western Ireland between the mid-13th and late 19th centuries. They were the families of Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, Font, French, Joyce, Kirwan, Lynch, Martyn, Morris and Skerritt. Of the 14 families, 12 were of Anglo Norman origin, while two — the Darcy (Ó Dorchaidhe) and Kirwan (Ó Ciardhubháin) families — were Normanised Irish Gaels. (en)
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  • Die Stämme von Galway (englisch: Tribes of Galway) waren 14 mittelalterliche Handelsfamilien in der westirischen Stadt Galway. Sie dominierten etwa vom 13. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert den Handel der Region mit dem kontinentalen Europa. Als „Stämme von Galway“ (englisch Tribes of Galway) bezeichnete sie in abfällig gemeinter Weise erstmals Oliver Cromwell. Die Familien übernahmen später diese Bezeichnung für ihre Patriziergesellschaft. (de)
  • 14 teaghlaigh ceannaí iomráiteach na Gaillimhe idir na 13ú haois agus 19ú haois ab iad Treibheanna na Gaillimhe. (ga)
  • The Tribes of Galway (Irish: Treibheanna na Gaillimhe) were 14 merchant families who dominated the political, commercial and social life of the city of Galway in western Ireland between the mid-13th and late 19th centuries. They were the families of Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, Font, French, Joyce, Kirwan, Lynch, Martyn, Morris and Skerritt. Of the 14 families, 12 were of Anglo Norman origin, while two — the Darcy (Ó Dorchaidhe) and Kirwan (Ó Ciardhubháin) families — were Normanised Irish Gaels. (en)
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  • Stämme von Galway (de)
  • Tribes of Galway (en)
  • Tribus de Galway (fr)
  • Treibheanna na Gaillimhe (ga)
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