Council of Oxford

The Council of Oxford is a historical council where Henry II of England grants Cork and Limerick to English barons, provides for the administration of Leinster and makes his son, John, Lord of Ireland.[1] It was established in the 1170s and lasted until when the Oxford Parliament (1258) known as "Mad Parliament" ended it during the reign of Henry III of England.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "O'Brien Rare Coin Review: First coinage of John as Lord of Ireland (First Profile issue)". 22 June 2015.