First wave Irish migrants who established communities in Spain founded initial permanent settlements in the Crown of Aragon, Biscay and Galicia during the 1490s. These early settlements were based upon trading links, and also the desire to establish communities throughout the Iberian peninsula. Initially Irish marital practices, very different from those in Spain, prevailed. Over time, however, changes and gradual assimilation emerged.
|Title of host publication||Managing Emotions in the Late Middle Ages|
|Editors||Flocel Sabate Curull|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|