Poems from the Dindshenchas.

Text, translation, and vocabulary.

Publisher: Published at the [Royal Irish] academy house; [etc., etc.] in Dublin

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StatementBy Edward Gwynn.
SeriesRoyal Irish Academy. Todd lecture series., vol. VII, Todd lecture series,, v. 7.
ContributionsGwynn, Edward, b. 1868, ed. and tr.
LC ClassificationsPB1202 .A2 vol. 7
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 95 p.
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6973663M
LC Control Number06029947

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Excerpt from The Metrical Dindshenchas, Vol. 3 In constructing the text of the poems I have attached rather less weight than in former volumes to the authority of the Book Of Leinster, and rather more to that of R and B (which are very closely related), especially when they are supported by H and n: 10 Feb, the metrical dindshenchas Download the metrical dindshenchas or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Entries that are of especial interest to our studies include the tales of Ailech Néit, Ard Macha, Berba, Brúg na Bóinne, Emain Macha. Excerpt from Poems From the Dindshenchas: d, Translation, and Vocabulary. But the conditions of the Chair which I have the honour to hold require the lecturer to publish every year the texts on which he has discoursed; I accordingly comply, and hope that this slender volume will be regarded as merely : Edward Gwynn.

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The Metrical Dindshenchas is a series of ancient legends connected with the origin of Irish place-names. They come to us from the distant past and survived mainly by word of mouth over the centuries before being written down in manuscripts by Christian monks in medieval times.

There are five volumes in all. Some of the material is presented here, selected because it relates to.

The corresponding prose versions of the poems contained in this file were published in Stokes' edition of the Rennes Dindshenchas, in RC 15 and Carl Marstrander, 'Snám dá Én na eóin dia tá' [Dindshenchas from the Book of Leinster, b, collated with 23 L 22, 23 L 34, and, 24 P 5 (RIA)] Ériu 5 () ; Book of Leinster.

Fenian See The Metrical Dindshenchas, ed. Edward Gwynn, Todd Lecture Series (5 vols., Dublin, –35);Poems from the Dindshenchas, ed. Edward Gwynn (Dublin, );‘Prose Tales in the Rennes Dindshenchas’, ed. Whitley Stokes, Revue Celtique, 15– Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition The Metrical Dindshenchas Author: [unknown] The complete text for non-framing browsers.

Dindshenchas, or Dinnsheanchas, (Gaelic: “Lore of Places”), studies in Gaelic prose and verse of the etymology and history of place-names in Ireland—e.g., of streams, raths (strongholds of ancient Irish chiefs), mounds, and rocks.

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Temair II; Temair free from feebleness hides not the glory due to women for its building; the daughter of Lugaid obtained in her possession an open plain that it were pity to pillage.; 5 The wife of Gede begged a dower from her husband, as I have heard, the clear-hued fortress, stately ascent; keen was the game for graves.

The abode was a keep, was a fortress, 10 was a pride. Todd lecture series by Royal Irish Academy. Publication date Topics Irish philology -- Societies, etc Publisher Dublin Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language English Volume v 26 Addeddate Bookplateleaf 4 Call number.

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This edition is based on the Book of Leinster versions of the respective poems, unless such versions were illegible to Gwynn, or did not appear in the Book of Leinster. Prose citations are from Whitley Stokes, ed. and trans., "The Bodleian Dindshenchas," Folklore 3 ():id., ed. and trans.

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Gwynn compiled and translated dindsenchas poems from the Book of the Dun Cow, the Book of Leinster, the Rennes Manuscript, the Book of Ballymote, the Great Book of Lecan and the Yellow Book of Lecan in The Metrical Dindshenchas, published in four volumes between andwith a general introduction and indices published as a.1.

Carmun p.3; Hearken, ye Leinstermen of the graves, O host that rule Raigne of hallowed rights, till ye get from me, gathered on every hand, the fair legend of Carmun high in fame!

5 Carmun, gathering place of a hospitable fair, with level sward for courses: the hosts that used to come to its celebration conquered in its bright races. A burial-ground of kings is its noble cemetery,