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  • An investigation of the remscéla Tána Bó Cúailgne and an edition and translation of Aislinge Óenguso with textual notes 

    CLEARY, CHRISTINA JOANNE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Lang, Lit. & Cultural Studies. Discipline of Irish, 2018)
    This thesis is presented in two parts. Part 1 is a study of the application of the term remscél prefatory tale to Early Irish literature, specifically to those tales associated with the Táin Bó Cúailnge (TBC), and the ...
  • The Old English Account of the Seven Heavens 

    VOLMERING, NICOLE (Celtic Studies Publications, 2014)
    Edition and translation, with introduction and notes, of the Seven Heaven section in the composite Old English homily on Doomsday in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College (CCCC) 41, pp 287–95, the relevant section being on pp 292–5.
  • A critical editon of Aided Chonchobair 'The violent death of Conchobar' with translation, textual notes and bibliography 

    Kobel, Chantal (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2015)
    This thesis is a critical edition of the Old and Middle Irish versions of Aided Chonchobair ‘The violent death of Conchobar’. AC belongs to the aided category of tales of the Ulster Cycle. It has been transmitted in four ...
  • Forbairt litríocht Ghaeilge na nÓg, 1926 - 1967 

    Adams, Róisín Louise (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2015)
    Is éard ata sa tráchtas seo ná cuntas agus anailís ar ré ar leith i stair litríocht Ghaeilge na n-óg. Breathnaítear go croineolaíoch ann ar na forbairtí móra a tháinig ar an litríocht sin idir na blianta 1926 agus 1967. ...
  • Seven Bardic poems to the Meic Dhiarmada of Magh Luirg 

    Hoyne, Mícheál (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Languages, 2014)
    This thesis consists of editions of seven previously unedited Bardic poems to members of the Mac Diarmada (Mac Dermot) family of Magh Luirg (Moylurg), Co. Roscommon. ‘Bardic poetry’ refers to the syllabic verse, written ...

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