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Mac-ghníomhartha Fhinn (Sliocht Saltrach Chaisi) = The youthful exploits of Fionn (from the 'Saltair of Cashel.') : the ancient text, modern Irish version, new literal translation, vocabulary, notes and map.

by Gaelic Union
Additional authors: Comyn, David | Gaelic Union
Published by : M.H. Gill, [1881] 1896 (Dublin) Physical details: 121, [1] p. 17 cm.
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SC 891.629 B Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Volume XXX Part VII.-On the Domnach Airgid MS. Part VIII.-(i) On the Stowe St. John ; (ii.)-On the citations from scripture in the Leabhar Breac. SC 891.629 B Lebor na hUidre = Book of the dun cow / edited by R.I. Best and Osborn Bergin. SC 891.629 C Mac-ghníomhartha Fhinn (Sliocht Saltrach Chaisil) = The youthful exploits of Fionn from the Saltair of Cashel : the ancient text, modern Irish version, new literal translation, vocabulary, notes and map. SC 891.629 C Mac-ghníomhartha Fhinn (Sliocht Saltrach Chaisi) = The youthful exploits of Fionn (from the 'Saltair of Cashel.') : the ancient text, modern Irish version, new literal translation, vocabulary, notes and map. SC 891.629 C Auraicept na n-Éces = The scholars' primer : being the texts of the Ogham tract from The Book of Ballymote and The Yellow Book of Lecan, and the text of the Trefhocul from The Book of Leinster / edited from eight manuscripts, with introduction, translation of the Ballymote text, notes and indices by George Calder. SC 891.629 G Irish texts and ancient manuscripts. First series. Part I. V. Epistil imaralait eter Alaxandir ocus Díndimus, rí na m-Bragmanda = Controversy between Alexander the Great and Dandamis, chief of the Brahmans, in five letters from Leabhar Breac, !., 211a. SC 891.629 H The Book of Fenagh in Irish and English / originally compiled by St. Caillin, archbishop, abbot, and founder of Fenagh, alias Dunbally of Moy-Rein, tempore St. Patricii ; ... revised, indexed and copiously annotated by W.M. Hennessy ; and done into English by D.H. Kelly.

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