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Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae.

Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae.

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Published by The Dublin Institute for advanced studies in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by M.A.O"Brien.
ContributionsO"Brien, M. A.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 764p.
Number of Pages764
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17246236M

In addition, with the publication of Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh’s great 17th century genealogical work, Leabhar na nGenealach as ‘The Great Book of Genealogies’ by De Búrca Books of Dublin, it is again possible to identify specific finte (extended families), clanna (clans), and tuatha (peoples / . as a good deal of historical information, see M. A. O'Brien (ed.) Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae i (Dublin ) ; ; TCD H. 2. 7., a A much fuller recension of this tract occurs in Book of Lecan (Lec.) Va I = Book of Ballymote (BB) al = Book of Ui Maine (UM) 28 Va 1. A later copy of the same tract may be.

Names and Naming Practices in the Red Book of Ormond (Ireland 14th Century) The text has been published as The Red Book of Ormond edited by Newport B. White (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, ). The text is in Latin, written by an M. A. Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae Vol 1. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, The Fomorians (Old Irish: Fomóire, Modern Irish: (the Book of the Dun Cow), or to have had one eye, one arm and one leg. However, those Fomorians who have relationships with the Tuath Dé, Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae. 1. Kelleher, John V. (intro. in the reprints of and ).

Notes on the Pedigree of the McLaughlins of Tirconnell There is considerable confusion in printed sources regarding the true descent of the McLaughlin of Tirconnell sept. That version most frequently encountered has them descend from Domhnall, the brother of Niall Glundubh, said variously to be the older or younger son of Aodh Finnlaith. A list of names appropriate for Irish names before or so, extracted from O'Brien's Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae. Index of Names in Irish Annals, by Mari neyn Bryan An ongoing index of names from a collection of medieval documents available in the CELT archive of on-line Irish texts.


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[Dublin]: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pádraig Ó Riain; Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English and Old Irish text.

Notes: "Contains pre-Norman Irish genealogies and related tracts from the 12th century MSS. Rawlinson B and the Book of Leinster, with variants and some additions from parallel material in the Book of Lecan. the Book of Ballymote and Laud "--(Introduction). Corpus genealogiarum sanctorum Hiberniae.

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Contents. NOTES. DIAS Online Book Shop Corpus genealogiarum sanctorum Hiberniae - ed. Pádraig Ó Riain Published: Format: Pages: lxxviii + Reference: G ISBN: 0 80 4.

O'Brien, M. [ed.], Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Book/Monograph. DIAS Online Book Shop Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae - Vol. I - Published: (repr., with introduction by J. Kelleher,) Format: Pages: xvi +Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae / edited by M.

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Ó Riain, Pádraig [ed.], Corpus genealogiarum sanctorum Hiberniae, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Book/Monograph. Dublin, Trinity College Library, H 2,7, c7; Book of Lecan, rb13; cf. O'Brien, Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae, ; R.

Macalister (ed), Book of Uí Maine, Facsimiles in Collotype of Irish Manuscripts IV (Dublin ) 19vb56 has a paraphrase of the text. Note the vocalism in Maug Ríb, Maug Manach, later Mug.

Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae (Irish History and Genealogy) (Irish History & Genealogy) [O'Brien, M.A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae (Irish History and Genealogy) (Irish History & Genealogy)Author: M.A. O'Brien. Brian Ó Cuív, [Review of Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae], Éigse 10 (/63) John V.

Kelleher, The pre-Norman Irish genealogies, Irish Historical Studies 16 (/69) [Review of Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae]. Francis John Byrne, [Review of Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae], Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 29 (/64) Brian Ó Cuív, [Review of Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae], Éigse 10 (/63) John V.

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Children of Feradach 2 (Sil nDaimine) were as follows: 24 (son) 3 (Clan Feradaig) PEDIGREE: Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae. Volume 1. O'Brien. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.

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by Louise Ropes Loomis (New York: Columbia University Press, ) ‘Bretha Crólige’, ed. by Daniel A. Binchy, Ériu, 12 (), 1–77 ‘The First Third of Bretha Nemed Toísech’, ed. by Liam. Firstly, Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae, that indispensable guide based on the earliest coll ection of genealogies, found in Rawlinson B, dating from c, collated with those from the 1 E.

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1File Size: KB. For other persons called Nath Í, see Nath Í. Saint Nath Í or Nathí (fl. 6th century?), also anglicised to Nathy, was an early Irish saint of the Dál Messin Corb, who was credited with the foundation of Cúl Fothirbe in Dál nAraide territory and with becoming its first bishop.

He is not to be confused with Nath Í, bishop and founder of Sruthair Guaire (Shrule, Co. Carlow) and brother to Venerated in: Catholicism.Laidcenn mac Bairchid, or Laidcenn mac Bairceda, is said to have been an early Irish language poet, whose floruit, if he existed, may have fallen in the middle of the 5th century.

According to later glosses, he belonged to the Cruthin of Dál nAraidi in Ulster, a claim which may well be incorrect.A poem on the Kings of Leinster included in the Corpus genealogiarum Hiberniae is attributed to.

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