Murphy, G., Early Irish lyrics: eighth to twelfth century (1956)

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Murphy 1956a

Murphy, Gerard (ed. and tr.), Early Irish lyrics: eighth to twelfth century, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1956.

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Contributor(s) Murphy (Gerard)
Work Early Irish lyrics: eighth to twelfth century
Place Oxford
Publisher Clarendon Press
Year 1956

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Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The scholar and his cat 2–3, 172
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The Lord of Creation 4–5, 174
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The scribe in the woods 4–5, 172–173
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The bell 4–5, 173
Murphy (Gerard)
Daniél ua Líathaiti: Sell not Heaven for sin 6–9, 175–177
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The blackbird by Belfast Loch 6–7, 174
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The blackbird calling from the willow 6–7, 174–175
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: King and hermit 10–19, 177–178
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: A hermit song 18–23, 178–180
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: God be with me 22–27, 180–183
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Jesus and Saint Íte 26–29, 183–184
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Manchán's wish 28–31, 184–185
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: All things to all men 32–33, 185–186
Murphy (Gerard)
Mugrón: Christ's cross 32–35, 186–187
Murphy (Gerard)
Airbertach mac Cosse Dobráin: I invoke Thee, God 35–37, 187–188
Murphy (Gerard)
Óengus céile Dé: Prayer for forgiveness 36–39, 188–189
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: On the flightiness of thought 38–43, 189–190
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Be thou my vision 42–45, 190–191
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Evening hymn 44–47, 191
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Invocation of the Blessed Virgin Mary 46–51, 192–193
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: I am Eve 50–53, 193–194
Murphy (Gerard)
Māel Īsu [Úa Brolchán]: Invocation of the Holy Spirit 52–53, 194–196
Murphy (Gerard)
Máel Ísu Úa Brolchán: Deus Meus 52–55, 196–197
Murphy (Gerard)
Máel Ísu [Úa Brolchán]: Lord, guard me 54–59, 197–198
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: My mind's desire 58–61, 199–200
Murphy (Gerard)
[Máel Ísu Úa Brolchán]: Beloved Lord, pity me 58–59, 198–199
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Prayer for tears 62–65, 200–201
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: A blue eye will look back 64–65, 201–202
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Praise God 64–65, 201
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: An exile’s dream 66–69, 202–204
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The three best-beloved places 68–69, 204–205
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Derry 68–69, 205
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: My hand is weary with writing 70–71, 206
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The lament of the old woman of Beare 74–83, 206–208
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Líadan tells of her love for Cuirithir 82–85, 208–211
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The lament of Créide, daughter of Gúaire of Aidne, for Dínertach, son of Gúaire of the Ui Fidgente 86–89, 211–212
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: On the loss of a pet goose 88–91, 212–215
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Ungenerous payment 90–91, 215
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Manannán, god of the sea, describes his kingdom to Bran and predicts the birth of Mongán 92–101, 216–217
Murphy (Gerard)
Áed Finn: The island protected by a bridge of glass 100–105, 218–220
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Fair lady, will you go with me? 104–107, 220–222
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Lóeg’s description to Cú Chulainn of Labraid’s home in Mag Mell 106–111, 222–223
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: My little oratory 112–113, 223–225
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The cry of the Garb 112–117, 225–227
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Suibne and Éorann 118–123, 227–228
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Suibne in the woods 122–137, 228–229
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Suibne in the snow 138–141, 229
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Cáel praises Créide’s house 140–147, 229–231
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: Créide’s lament for Cáel 148–151, 231–232
Murphy (Gerard)
Anonymous: The passing of the fíana 152–153, 232–233

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