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O'Sullivan Beare (Philip)

  • d. 1634 or after
  • authors, scholars
  • Spain, Santiago de Compostella, Portugal
Irish historian and author, of the O'Sullivans of Beare and Bantry, who lived as an exile in Spain and Portugal, following the Nine Years’ War and the Irish defeat at Kinsale. He wrote a number of Latin treatises on subjects of Irish interest.
O'Sullivan Beare, Philip, and Matthew Kelly [ed.], Historiae Catholicae Iberniae compendium (1621), Dublin: John O'Daly, 1850.
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O'Sullivan Beare, Philip, Historiae Catholicae Iberniae compendium, Lisbon: excusum a Petro Crasbeeckio, 1621.


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Santiago de CompostellaSantiago de Compostella
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Barnard, Toby, “O'Sullivan Beare, Philip (b. c.1590, d. in or after 1634)”, Oxford dictionary of national biography, Online: Oxford University Press.
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