Fuidheall Áir: Bardic poems on the Meic Dhiarmada of Magh Luirg c. 1377 – c. 1637 (Record no. 111876)

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International Standard Book Number 9781855002388
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Classification number 891.6205 EMITS (1)
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Personal name Mícheál Hoyne
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Title Fuidheall Áir: Bardic poems on the Meic Dhiarmada of Magh Luirg c. 1377 – c. 1637
Statement of responsibility, etc Hoyne, Mícheál
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Dublin
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2018
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Extent xvi, 489 p. ;
Dimensions 21 cm.
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Title Early Modern Irish Tests Series / Sraith na Nua-Ghaeilge Moiche
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General note The Mac Dermot lords of Moylurg in the north of present-day Co. Roscommon were one of the most powerful families in Connacht in the later Middle Ages. Today, all that survives of what must once have been an extensive body of Classical Modern Irish poetry dedicated to members of this family are twenty-two Bardic poems scattered throughout medieval and modern manuscripts. These surviving poems range in date from the late fourteenth century to the early seventeenth, a period that saw some of the most important and dramatic events in Irish political and cultural history. They are important witnesses to the Gaelic Resurgence, the fifteenth-century religious revival, the Tudor Conquest and the collapse of the Bardic order, and provide unique insight into the history of an influential Connacht family across four centuries. The value of these poems is all the greater as they were produced by a range of poets, from obscure local poet-historians to famous virtuoso panegyrists like Eochaidh Ó hEódhasa. In this volume nine poems are edited and translated with extensive linguistic and historical commentary, making available nearly all that remains unedited of this valuable corpus of poetry, together with a study of the whole corpus and the interpretive challenges it poses. The editions and accompanying discussion should be of interest to scholars of Irish language and literature and historians of the period.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Bardic poetry
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Uniform title Early Modern Irish Tests Series / Sraith na Nua-GHailge Moiche
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        Standard Loan   Books School of Celtic Studies School of Celtic Studies Main Library 2018-11-08 891.6205 EMITS (1) 31694 2018-11-08 2018-11-08 Books
        Standard Loan   Books School of Celtic Studies School of Celtic Studies Main Library 2018-11-08 891.6205 EMITS (1) 31695 2018-11-08 2018-11-08 Books