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  • Míadṡlechtae : an old Irish law text on status 

    Manning, Gerald (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2005)
    This thesis consists of an attempt to provide a critical edition, translation and analysis of the material contained in the Old Irish status text entitled Míadṡlechtae. Míadṡlechtae is one of a number of early Irish law ...
  • Móitífeanna agus Íomháineachas Míleata sa Dán Díreach 

    Herbert, Trevor (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2012)
    This thesis discusses military motifs and images found in the corpus of Classical Irish poetry, composed between c. 1200 and c. 1650. Extensive use is made of examples from the strictest syllabic metre in Classical Irish ...
  • 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.
  • Poems from the Nugent Manuscript 

    Ó Raghallaigh, Eoghan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2008)
    This thesis comprises an edition of nine bardic poems composed during the Classical Modern Irish period. The main source used is National Library of Ireland Manuscript G 992 (also known as ‘The Nugent Manuscript’, ‘The ...
  • The Rhetoric of Catastrophe in Eleventh Century Ireland: The Case of The Second Vision of Adomn?n 

    Volmering, Nicole (Brepols, 2019)
    In this article I discuss the intersection between apocalyptic thought and rhetoric in literature, apocalyptic anxiety as an occurrence in society, and the link to catastrophe and catastrophic events. I seek to differentiate ...
  • Rogha dánta as LS G 167 i Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann 

    Mcgill, Philip (Trinity College Dublin. School of Lang, Lit. & Cultural Studies. Discipline of Irish, 2021)
    Sa tráchtas seo tá sé dhán as lámhscríbhinn G167 (Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann) a cumadh do thiarnaí éagsúla Thír Conaill sa séú haois déag. Tá eagráin chriticiúla curtha ar fáil, bunaithe ar chóipeanna na ndánta i ...
  • San abhainn do léim bardán : An Bheatha, An Bás agus an Teanga i bhFilíocht Choilm Bhreathnaigh 

    CONNICK, EIMEAR MARY (Trinity College Dublin. School of Lang, Lit. & Cultural Studies. Discipline of Irish, 2020)
    Is file tábhachtach é Colm Breathnach i nualitríocht na Gaeilge agus is é seo an chéad mhonagraf critice atá tiomnaithe dá shaothar. Sa tráchtas seo, déantar mionanailís ar shaothar filíochta Choilm Bhreathnaigh. Déantar ...
  • The Second Vision of Adomnán 

    Volmering, Nicole (Celtic Studies Publications, 2014)
    An edition and translation of the Second Vision of Adomnán from RIA MS 23 P 16 (An Leabhar Breac) with variants from RIA MS 23 O 48 (Liber Flavus Fergusiorum). With introduction and textual notes.
  • 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 ...
  • Tadhg mac Gearóid Uí Rodaighe agus a mhuintir 

    Mac Muirí, Seosamh (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2004)
    Rinneadh an taighde ar an teidil réamhluaite trí mhórán lámhscríbhinní sna hinstitiúidí éagsúla, Is. TCD H. 6. 15. go príomha, a chóipeáil, de scríobh láimhe agus a iniúchadh go mion le linn na hoibre sin féin agus ina ...
  • There was none died around here with hunger in the Famine : oral traditions of the Great Irish Famine 

    Brennan, Laura (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2003)
    This thesis is an examination of seven oral tradition reports, resulting from the distribution of the Famine questionnaire, by the Irish Folklore Commission, in 1945. The aim is to assess the validity of oral tradition as ...
  • Twelve poems attributed to Fland Manistrech from the Book of Leinster 

    Pődör, Dóra (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Irish and Celtic Studies, 2000)
    One of the aims of this thesis is to produce a translated and annotated text of twelve poems attributed to the eleventh-century poet, Flann Manistrech (+1056) from the Book of Leinster (Trinity College Dublin), a manuscript ...