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Grace: source book

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Images and sources for a novel about the great Irish pirate queen, Grace O'Malley, and her meeting with Queen Elizabeth I.

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Bronze statue of the Irish pirate Queen, Grainne (Grace) O'Malley, on the grounds of Westport House. Westport House sits on the site of the O'Malley castle whose dungeons are present to this day. Grace O'malley, Irish Warrior, Warrior Queen, Erin Go Braugh, Irish Restaurants, South Side Chicago, English Army, Pirate Queen, Irish Eyes

Bronze statue of the Irish pirate Queen, Grainne (Grace) O'Malley, on the grounds of Westport House. Westport House sits on the site of the O'Malley castle whose dungeons are present to this day.

Believed to be the final resting place of Granuaile, better known as Grace O'Malley, Pirate Queen of Connacht, this O'Malley Crypt is located within Saint Bridget`s Abbey, the century Cistercian Abbey on Clare Island at the mouth of Clew Bay. Clare Island, Grace O'malley, St Bridget, Gardens Of Stone, Pirate Queen, Irish Warrior, Sacred Mountain, Spooky Stories, Erin Go Bragh

Believed to be the final resting place of Granuaile, better known as Grace O'Malley, Pirate Queen of Connacht, this O'Malley Crypt is located within Saint Bridget`s Abbey, the 12th century Cistercian Abbey on Clare Island at the mouth of Clew Bay.

Century Castle ruins at Renvyle. Owned by Donal O'Flaherty who was married to Grainuaile (Grace O'Malley), the Elizabethan Pirate Queen Grace O'malley, Pirate Queen, Castles In Ireland, Castle Ruins, 12th Century, Historian, Genealogy, Monument Valley, Pirates

12th Century Castle ruins at Renvyle. Owned by Donal O'Flaherty who was married to Grainuaile (Grace O'Malley), the Elizabethan Pirate Queen

There are many surprising finds when you peer into the annals of piracy - none more so than the life of Grace O’Malley… Grace O'malley, Sea Queen, Queen Mary, Clare Island, Pirate Queen, County Mayo, Warrior Queen, Elizabeth I, National Archives

Meeting Grace O’Malley, Ireland’s pirate queen - The National Archives blog

There are many surprising finds when you peer into the annals of piracy - none more so than the life of Grace O’Malley…

On the afternoon of September the San Marcos – one of the jewels in the crown of the Spanish Armada – sank after hitting rocks close to Mutton Island, off the coast of Ireland England Vs Spain, Spanish Galleon, West Coast Of Ireland, Tall Ships, Model Ships, Atlantis, Warfare, Sailing Ships, Celtic

The Wrecks of Clew Bay

Shipwrecks around the treacherous waters of Clew Bay, off the west coast of Ireland, an area battered by ferocious Atlantic storms.

19th century image of Murrisk Abbey, Co. Mayo with Croaghpatrick in the background by Robert French. Murrisk Abbey was founded by the Augustinian Friars in 1456 on land provided by Lady Maeve O'Conor next to Clew Bay & was dedicate d to St. Patrick. The image is from the national Library Collection L_CAB_00364. Grace O'malley, Irish People, Connemara, Cathedrals, Pilgrim, Day Trip, St Patrick, Monument Valley

19th century image of Murrisk Abbey, Co. Mayo with Croaghpatrick in the background by Robert French. Murrisk Abbey was founded by the Augustinian Friars in 1456 on land provided by Lady Maeve O'Conor next to Clew Bay & was dedicate d to St. Patrick. The image is from the national Library Collection L_CAB_00364.

Clew Bay is scattered with hundreds of drowned drumlins (Credit: George Karbus Photography/Cultura RM/Alamy) Grace O'malley, Bbc Weather, Weather Forecast, Tales Of Graces, Coast Tops, County Mayo, Bay County, West Coast Of Ireland, Pirate Queen

The pirate queen of County Mayo

The amazing tale of Grace O'Malley, sailor, captain, plunderer, mercenary, rebel, pirate – as well as wife and mother.

The Clew Bay Archaeological Trail takes in the village of Murrisk in County Mayo, on the west coast of Ireland Clare Island, Grace O'malley, West Coast Of Ireland, County Mayo, Erin Go Bragh, Ireland Travel, Home And Away, Archaeology, Trip Planning

The Clew Bay Archaeological Trail stretches from Westport through Murrisk and out to Clare Island. #mayo #ireland #history

There are many surprising finds when you peer into the annals of piracy - none more so than the life of Grace O’Malley… Times Of Grace, Clare Island, Grace O'malley, Elizabethan Era, Pirate Queen, History Of England, Sir Francis, Elizabeth I, National Archives

Meeting Grace O’Malley, Ireland’s pirate queen - The National Archives blog

There are many surprising finds when you peer into the annals of piracy - none more so than the life of Grace O’Malley…

Drive along the Currane Penninsula, a coast road runs quiet close to the cliff edge providing spectacular views of Clew Bay with its 365 islands. Discover where the Spanish Armada sank in 1588 and read more here. Love Ireland, Ireland Travel, Clare Island, Cliff Edge, Spanish Armada, County Mayo, Bys, Photo Art, Coastal

The Spanish Armada view point is one of the lay-bys along the Clew Bay coastal road, on Currane Peninsula. It offers exceptional views south across the bay and south west to Clare Island.

Murrisk Abbey was founded in 1457 at the foot of Croagh Patrick overlooking Clew Bay and built on the site of a previous church founded by St. Grace O'malley, St Patrick, Mount Rushmore, Natural Beauty, Ireland, Remote, Scenery, River, Mountains

Murrisk Abbey was founded in 1457 at the foot of Croagh Patrick overlooking Clew…

The Spanish Armada view point offers exceptional views and is one of the lay-bys along the Clew Bay coastal road, on Currane Peninsula. Clare Island, Grace O'malley, Spanish Armada, Elizabeth I, Bys, Middle Ages, Photo Art, Natural Beauty, Ireland

The Spanish Armada view point offers exceptional views south across Clew Bay and south west to Clare Island.

Rockfleet Castle, hidden away in an inlet on the northern shores of Clew Bay was the stronghold of the infamous Pirate Queen of Connacht - . Grace O'malley, Pirate Queen, Elizabeth I, Towers, Walks, Monument Valley, Pirates, Ireland, Castle

The Pirate Queen's fortress - Rockfleet Castle in Clew Bay, Co. Mayo

Rockfleet Castle, hidden away in an inlet on the northern shores of Clew Bay was the stronghold of the infamous Pirate Queen of Connacht - the fearless Grace O'Malley, who didn't just take on the might of the english Navy, but Queen Elizabeth I. herself. (scroll down for german version) Rockfleet Castle or Carraigahowley Castle (in Irish: "Carraig an Chabhlaigh" meaning "rock of the fleet") sits in one of the many secluded inlets of Clew Bay. The medieval tower house was built in the 16th…