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Early Irish minuscule script.

by Lindsay, W.M.
Published by : James Parker, 1910 (Oxford) Physical details: 12 plates, 74 p. 25 cm.
Subject(s): Old Irish | Latin | Manuscripts | Ireland
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Books Books School of Celtic Studies
Main Library - Special Collection
SC 412.91 L (Browse shelf) Available (Short Loan) 21046
Books Books School of Celtic Studies
Main Library - Special Collection
SC 412.91 L (Browse shelf) Available (Short Loan) 21047
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SC 412.8 H An introduction to the study of the Irish language based upon the preface in Donlevy's catechism. SC 412.8 H An introduction to the study of the Irish language based upon the preface in Donlevy's catechism. SC 412.8 H Irish phrase book, illustrating the various meanings and uses of verbs and prepositions combined. SC 412.91 L Early Irish minuscule script. SC 412.91 L Early Irish minuscule script. SC 412.91 M Studies in Irish epigraphy : a collection of revised readings of the ancient inscriptions of Ireland, with introduction and notes by R.A. Stewart Macalister. Part II : containing the ogham inscriptions of the county of Kerry (not included in part I), Limerick, Cavan, and King's Co.; as well as the ogham inscriptions of the Irish type in Scotland and the Isle of Man with an appendix on the ogham tablets of Biere, Saxony. SC 412.91 M Studies in Irish epigraphy : a collection of revised readings of the ancient inscriptions of Ireland, with introduction and notes by R.A. Stewart Macalister. Part II : containing the ogham inscriptions of the county of Kerry (not included in part I), Limerick, Cavan, and King's Co.; as well as the ogham inscriptions of the Irish type in Scotland and the Isle of Man with an appendix on the ogham tablets of Biere, Saxony.

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