Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318/6 (cols 281-344)

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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318

section 6, cols 281-344 = Section of YBL

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page name: Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318/6 (cols 281-344)
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page ID: 17195
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The head manuscript in which the present part is found.
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 (H 2. 16) = Yellow Book of Lecan [s. xiv – s. xv]
Title
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Section of YBL
Provenance
Scribes, hands
Indexed:

Murchadh Ó Cuindlis (indexed)

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Contents
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col. 281–col. 310
[Cath Maige Rath] » ‘The battle of Mag Rath’. Cols 281-282 are barely legible. Cf. cols 945-949.
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p. 313b–p. 318b = col. 310–col. 320
[Aided Muirchertaig meic Erca] » ‘The death of Muirchertach mac Ercae’
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col. 320
» Two colophons by the scribe Murchadh Ó Cuindlis
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Colophons
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p. 318 = col. 320line 14
[M'oenurán dam isin sliabh] » Poem ascribed to Colum Cille
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p. 319 = col. 321
[Fled Dúin na nGéd] » ‘The banquet of the Fort of the Geese’
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p. 324 = col. 332line 45
» First rann by Mac Liag, bard of Brian Boru
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p. 325 = col. 333
[Fianshruth] » List B.
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p. 326a = col. 335
[The dialogue of Cummíne and Comgán] » Short account of St. Cuimín Fota and a metrical dialogue between him and St Comgan (Mac Da Cherda 'The son of two arts')
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p. 326b = col. 336
[A aingil, beir a Míchíl mórfhertaig] » Metrical prayer by St. Mael Isa O'Brallaghan. Hymn to Michael the archangel.
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p. 326b–p. 327b = col. 336line 17–col. 337
[Scúap Chrábaid] » ‘The besom of devotion’, litany ascribed elsewhere to Colcu úa Duinechda. It occurs here without title and ascription.
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» Small scrap of vellum between 336 and 337
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p. 327 = col. 338line 4
[Irish litany of the Trinity] » Incipit: ‘O Deus Pater omnipotens, Deus exercituum, miserere nobis’ » Irish litany and invocation to the Trinity.
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p. 327 = col. 338bline 4
[Comarbada Pátraic] » List of Archbishops of Armagh from St. Patrick to Giolla Mac Liag (Gelasius).
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p. 327 = col. 338bline 69
» Short genealogical account of the Clann Breasail
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p. 328 = col. 339
[Frithfolaid ríg Caisil fri túatha Muman] » "The counter-obligations of the king of Cashel towards the peoples of Munster", first recension.
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col. 340
[Baile Moling] » 'St Moling's Ecstasy/Prophecy' , poem ascribed to St. Moling. 47 stanzas.
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p. 329 = col. 341–col. 343
[Tochmarc Moméra] » 'The Wooing of Moméra'
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col. 341–col. 342
[Aimirgein Glúngel tuir tend] » Quatrain 25 only.
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Lower margin
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p. 330aline 31 = col. 343line 31
[Áille dóenib delb Gódha] » Incipit: ‘Āille dōenib delb Gódha’ » [Extract:] how Finn mac Cumaill made peace between Glangréssach, chief ollam of the Meic Miled, and Sodelb, daughter of Cormac.
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p. 330aline 50 = col. 343line 50
[Aided Fergusa maic Roig] » Incipit: ‘Būi Fergus macc Rōig hi Connachtaib īar marbud macc nUislend for a chomairce.’ » [Extract:] ‘The death of Fergus mac Róich’, how Fergus mac Róich went to Connacht after his murder of the sons of Usnech, and of his death.
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p. 330aline 63 = col. 343
[Fén dar Crínach] » Incipit: ‘Būi læch amra dono isin tīr thūaid diarua comainm Fēn dar crīnach.’ » [Extract.] Cf. Togail Bruidne Da Derga § 41.
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p. 330bline 1 = col. 344line 1
[Ainiccis mac Caipein meic Essairg dorinne mac re Ueinir] » Incipit: ‘Ainiccis mac Caipein meic Essairg dorinne mac re Ueinir’ » [Extract:] on the arrival of Silvius, grandson of Ascanius, in Britain. Cf. the Irish Historia Brittonum, ed. Todd: 32.
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p. 330 = col. 344line 31
» Account of celebrated trees of Ireland prostrated by a storm in the year 665.
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p. 330 = col. 344line 54
» Account of St. Bec mac Dé.
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The list below has been collated from the table of contents (if available on this page)
Progress in this area is being made piecemeal. Full and partial tables of contents are available for a small number of manuscripts.
and incoming annotations concerning individual texts (again, if available).
Whenever catalogue entries about texts are annotated with information about particular manuscript witnesses, these manuscripts can be queried for the texts that are linked to them.
(MS)
p. 326b; col. 336
Metrical prayer by St. Mael Isa O'Brallaghan. Hymn to Michael the archangel.
(MS)
p. 330al. 50; col. 343l. 50
incipit: Būi Fergus macc Rōig hi Connachtaib īar marbud macc nUislend for a chomairce.   [Extract:] ‘The death of Fergus mac Róich’, how Fergus mac Róich went to Connacht after his murder of the sons of Usnech, and of his death.
(Text)
col. 343  
Extract about Fergus' journey to Connacht, following the death of the sons of Usnech, and his death there.
(Text)
cols 310–320
(MS)
p. 313b–p. 318b; col. 310–col. 320
‘The death of Muirchertach mac Ercae’
(MS)
col. 341–col. 342
Quatrain 25 only.
(Text)
cols 341–342
Quatrain 25 in the lower margin
Ainiccis mac Caipein meic Essairg dorinne mac re Ueinir
(MS)
p. 330bl. 1; col. 344l. 1
incipit: Ainiccis mac Caipein meic Essairg dorinne mac re Ueinir   [Extract:] on the arrival of Silvius, grandson of Ascanius, in Britain. Cf. the Irish Historia Brittonum, ed. Todd: 32.
Baile Moling
(MS)
col. 340
'St Moling's Ecstasy/Prophecy' , poem ascribed to St. Moling. 47 stanzas.
(MS)
col. 281–col. 310
‘The battle of Mag Rath’. Cols 281-282 are barely legible. Cf. cols 945-949.
(Text)
cols 281–310
Yet to be verified: longer version edited by O'Donovan
(Text)
p. 327c (ll. 4-50)  col. 338b (ll. 4-50)  
(MS)
p. 327; col. 338bl. 4
List of Archbishops of Armagh from St. Patrick to Giolla Mac Liag (Gelasius).
(Text)
p. 326 (facs.)  col. 335  
(MS)
p. 326a; col. 335
Short account of St. Cuimín Fota and a metrical dialogue between him and St Comgan (Mac Da Cherda 'The son of two arts')
(MS)
p. 325; col. 333
List B.
(Text)
p. 325a  col. 333  
Headed ‘Fianruth Fiand inso’
(Text)
pp. 319a1–324b44   cols 321–332
(MS)
p. 319; col. 321
‘The banquet of the Fort of the Geese’
(Text)
col. 339  
incipit: Frithfolaith Caisil fri tuatha Muman   Preceded by the Tract on the Dál Caladbuig
(MS)
p. 328; col. 339
"The counter-obligations of the king of Cashel towards the peoples of Munster", first recension.
Fén dar Crínach
(MS)
p. 330al. 63; col. 343
incipit: Būi læch amra dono isin tīr thūaid diarua comainm Fēn dar crīnach.   [Extract.] Cf. Togail Bruidne Da Derga § 41.
(Text)
col. 338  
Begins in Latin, ‘O Deus Pater omnipotens Deus exercituum misereri nobis’ and continues the same phrase in Irish, ‘A Dé Athair uilechumachtaig, a Dé na slóg airchis din.’
(MS)
p. 327; col. 338l. 4
incipit: O Deus Pater omnipotens, Deus exercituum, miserere nobis   Irish litany and invocation to the Trinity.
(MS)
col. 320l. 14; p. 318
Poem ascribed to Colum Cille
(Text)
col. 320  
(MS)
p. 326b–p. 327b; col. 336l. 17–col. 337
‘The besom of devotion’, litany ascribed elsewhere to Colcu úa Duinechda. It occurs here without title and ascription.
(Text)
cols 336–337
(MS)
p. 329; col. 341–col. 343
'The Wooing of Moméra'
(Text)
cols 341–343
(Text)
col. 339  
The single manuscript witness of this text. Incomplete.
Áille dóenib delb Gódha
(MS)
p. 330al. 31; col. 343l. 31
incipit: Āille dōenib delb Gódha   [Extract:] how Finn mac Cumaill made peace between Glangréssach, chief ollam of the Meic Miled, and Sodelb, daughter of Cormac.



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See the main entry for YBL.

Secondary sources

See also the main entry for YBL.

Yellow Book of LecanLeabhar Buidhe Lecain (TCD 1318)
Sections 1318/1 (pp. 1–2 + cols 125–128) • 1318/2 (cols 3–122) • 1318/3 (pp. 123–124), TBDD fragment • 1318/4 (cols 129–216) • 1318/5 (cols 217–280) • 1318/6 (cols 281–344) • 1318/7 (cols 345–364) • 1318/8 (cols 365–368) • 1318/9 (col. 369) • 1318/10 (cols 370–400) = YBL proper • 1318/11 (cols 401–436) • 1318/12 (cols 437–476) • 1318/13 (cols 477–486) • 1318/14 (cols 487–499) • 1318/15 (cols 500–572) • 1318/16 (cols 573–958) • 17 = NLI MS G 4 (cols [958]–[998])

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