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Corcu Baiscinn


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A people settled north of the Shannon estuary in what is now Co. Clare, especially the southwestern peninsula of the county, from earliest recorded history up to the 12th century. People of the Corcu Baiscinn were famous as sailors. The poet James Liddy titled one of his collections Corca Bascinn (Dublin, 1977).

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