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Of course in the case of successful criminals, they will produce a supposed legal claim, of course because the most successful of criminals go onto make the law.

But it is STOLEN.

Annals of Innisfallen

Stolen from Ireland by agents of the so called royals (crown ) , you know that mafia family of ancient evil murdering raping slave trading scum that ironically have no ancient connection to England but typically Germany or Dutch.

The source manuscript of the Annals of Innisfallen is held at the Bodleian Library, Oxford (GB 0161 Rawlinson Manuscript B. 503 ).

The stolen annals of Inisfallen are the Bodleian Library in Oxford. In 2001, Brian O'Leary, a Fianna Fáil councillor in Killarney,requested their return but the thieves basically ignored request.

Transcription of the Annals of Innisfallen from the years 250 to 1315 A.D.On folio 2b is written: 'This volume purchased atthe sale of G. Petrie, Esq., L.L.D. It is in the early handwriting of thelate J. O'Donovan, L.L.D. and is extremely valuable. D.H.K. May 1866'.

The Annals of Innisfallen were compiled by scholars of the monastery ofInnisfallen island in the lower Lake of Killarney. Written in Irish mixedwith Latin, the work was a history of the world to the time of St Patrickand from then on was a chronicle concentrating mainly on Irish affairs. Thecomposition is generally ascribed to the year 1092, but it has been suggestedas being composed as late as 1215; in any case the Annals were subsequently continued as a chronicle up to 1318.


STOLEN
The Fenian Tales (Manuscripts 479-487) have been copied and translated from manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy and in the McMahon Collection at Castle Kelly [unidentified].


STOLEN
The Book of Lismore, also known as the Book of Mac Carthaigh Riabhach, is a late fifteenth-century Gaelic manuscript that was created at Kilbrittain in County Cork, Ireland, for Fínghean Mac Carthaigh, Lord of Carbery (1478–1505).[2] Defective at beginning and end, 198 leaves survive today, containing a miscellany of religious and secular texts written entirely in Irish.
the book is a library of literature that makes a self-assured statement about aristocratic literary taste in autonomous Gaelic Ireland in the late 15th century.
It is thought to be identical to a book confiscated by Lewis, 1st Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky, (English terrorist murdering lowlife)

In 1930, the manuscript was transferred permanently from Lismore to Chatsworth House in England, where it remained until 2020, except for the years 1939–48 when it was removed to safe storage during the Second World War and also made available for the creation of the facsimile published in 1950.

RETURNED
In 2020, the Book of Lismore was donated to University College, Cork, by the Chatsworth Settlement Trust. The university plans to display it in their Boole Library

List Of treasure Robbed From Ireland In the British Museum

So called british imagine the stolen loot as their ancient culture!


How pathetic of the so called 'british' btw there is zero mention of any so called british race in any history document of antiquity.

British was an 18th century invention, a constructed fable for the populace to buy into! a absolute necessity for the Germanic Hanoverians mafia families (now called royals by some) who took over the crown.

British is a late 18th century invention.
British and BritishIsles are not ancient terms
or natural references, both are political terms, inventions for claims of the expanding Crown empire.

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