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Ériu
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The bibliography contains records for 643 publication(s) in this journal.


Ériu 64 (2014)

Ériu 62 (2012)

Author Title Page(s)
Wadden (Patrick)
Trácht Romra and the Northumbrian episode in Betha Adamnáin 101–111

Ériu 61 (2011)

Ériu 60 (2010)

Ériu 59 (2009)

Author Title Page(s)
McLaughlin (Roisin)
Fénius Farsaid and the alphabets 1–24
McLeod (Neil)
Crólige mbáis 25–36
Boyd (Matthieu)
Competing assumptions about the drúth in Orgain Denna Ríg 37–47
Isaac (Graham R.)
A note on the name of Ireland in Irish and Welsh 49–55
McManus (Damian)
Good-looking and irresistible: the hero from early Irish saga to classical poetry 57–109
Breatnach (Liam)
Araile felmac féig don Mumain: unruly pupils and the limitations of satire 111–137
Rodway (Simon)
What language did St Patrick swear in? 139–151
Griffith (Aaron)
Varia I. Notes on the Milan glosses 1: 21b10 153–154
Griffith (Aaron)
Varia I. Notes on the Milan glosses 2: 28c17 báinfeiti 154–157
Griffith (Aaron)
Varia I. Notes on the Milan glosses 3: Old Irish cré, gen. crïad and MW pridd ‘clay’ 157–158
Stifter (David)
Varia II. A rule for z-deletion in Irish? 159–164

Ériu 58 (2008)

Author Title Page(s)
Breatnach (Liam)
Cinnus atá do thinnrem: a poem to Máel Brigte on his coming of age 1–35
Simms (Katharine)
The Donegal poems in the Book of Fenagh 37–53
Griffith (Aaron)
The animacy hierarchy and the distribution of the notae augentes in Old Irish 55–75
Bisagni (Jacopo), Warntjes (Immo)
The early Old Irish material in the newly discovered Computus Einsidlensis (c. AD 700) 77–105
Imhoff (Helen)
The themes and structure of Aided Echach maic Maireda 107–131
McManus (Damian)
Niall Frosach’s ‘act of truth’: a bardic apologue in a poem for Sir Nicholas Walsh, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (†1615) 133–168
Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh (Ailís)
Varia I: The modus operandi of the author of TBC-LL as exemplified by Mellgleó nIliach and Medb's fúal 169–180
McManus (Damian)
Varia II: IGT citations; more identifications 181
Jørgensen (Anders Richardt)
Varia III: An additional cognate of Gaulish souxtu and Irish suacht: Old Cornish seit 183–185

Ériu 57 (2007)

Author Title Page(s)
Bisagni (Jacopo), Warntjes (Immo)
Latin and Old Irish in the Munich computus: a reassessment and further evidence 1–33
Griffith (Aaron)
The effect of syncope with subsequent anaptyxis on consonant quality in Old Irish 35–47
Isaac (Graham R.)
A new conjecture on the origins of absolute and conjunct flexion 49–60
Mac Cárthaigh (Eoin)
Cathain a dhéanfaidh consan teann comhardadh slán le consan éadrom? 61–66
Miles (Brent)
Riss in mundtuirc: the tale of Harmonia’s necklace and the study of the Theban cycle in medieval Ireland 67–112
Ó Macháin (Pádraig)
Two documents relating to Ó Conchubhair Donn 113–119
Simms (Katharine)
The poetic Brehon lawyers of early sixteenth-century Ireland 121–132
Ní Úrdail (Meidhbhín)
Some observations on the ‘Dublin Annals of Innisfallen’ 133–153
Breatnach (Liam)
Varia: 1. An Old Irish gloss on Cáin lánamna. 2. An instance of do-maisi in the Irish Gospel of Thomas. 3. An OIr attestation of suacht, in Félire Óengusso 155–163

Ériu 56 (2006)

Author Title Page(s)
Breatnach (Liam)
Satire, praise and the early Irish poet 63–84
O'Connor (Ralph)
Searching for the moral in Bruiden Meic Da Réo 117–143

Ériu 55 (2005)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Néill (Pádraig P.)
Irish glosses in a twelfth-century copy of Boethius’s Consolatio philosophiae 1–17
Wiley (Dan M.)
Niall Frossach’s true judgement 19–36
McLaughlin (Roisin)
A threat of satire by Tadhg (mac Dáire) Mac Bruaideadha 37–57
Toner (Gregory)
Authority, verse and the transmission of senchas 59–84
Breatnach (Caoimhín)
The significance of the orthography of Irish proper names in the Codex Salmanticensis 85–101
Ó Maolalaigh (Roibeard)
A Gaulish-Gaelic correspondence: s(o)uxt- and suac(hd)an 103–117
McLaughlin (Roisin)
Metres in Mittelirische Verslehren III 119–136
Schrijver (Peter)
Varia I. More on non-Indo-European surviving in Ireland in the first millennium AD 137–144
McManus (Damian)
Varia II. IGT citations; Further identifications 145
McManus (Damian)
Varia III. Miscellanea on bardic poetry: metre, language and style 147–166

Ériu 54 (2004)

Author Title Page(s)
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
Praise poetry in Ireland before the Normans 11–40
Ó Cathasaigh (Tomás)
Sound and sense in Cath Almaine 41–47
Baumgarten (Rolf)
Creative medieval etymology and Irish hagiography (Lasair, Columba, Senán) 49–78

Ériu 53 (2003)

Ériu 52 (2002)

Ériu 51 (2000)

Author Title Page(s)
McLeod (Neil)
Kinship 1–22
Carey (John)
Varia II: The address to Fergus's stone 183–187
Schrijver (Peter)
Varia V: Non-Indo-European surviving in Ireland in the first millenium AD 195–199

Ériu 50 (1999)

Author Title Page(s)
Breatnach (Caoimhín)
The religious significance of Oidheadh Chloinne Lir 1–40
Schrijver (Peter)
Vowel rounding by Primitive Irish labiovelars 133–137

Ériu 49 (1998)

Author Title Page(s)
Hollo (Kaarina)
Cú Chulainn and Síd Truim 13–22
Simms (Katharine)
The contents of later commentaries on the Brehon law tracts 23–40
Toner (Gregory)
The transmission of Tochmarc Emire 71–88

Ériu 48 (1997)

Ériu 47 (1996)

Author Title Page(s)
Breatnach (Liam)
On the original extent of the Senchas Már 1–43
Davies (Morgan Thomas)
Kings and clerics in some Leinster sagas 45–66
Bhreathnach (Edel)
Temoria: caput Scotorum? 67–88
O'Loughlin (Thomas)
Muirchú’s Vita Patricii: a note on an unidentified source 89–93
O'Loughlin (Thomas)
Adomnán and mira rotunditas 95–99
Ní Mhaonaigh (Máire)
Cogad Gáedel re Gallaib and the annals: a comparison 101–126
Maier (Bernhard)
Is Lug to be identified with Mercury (Bell. Gall. VI 17, 1)? New suggestions on an old problem 127–135
Poppe (Erich)
Deception and self-deception in Fingal Rónáin 137–151
Mac Gearailt (Uáitéar)
Verbal particles and preverbs in late Middle Irish 153–184
Mac Cana (Proinsias), Ó Baoill (Dónall P.)
On the extended use of ag before verbal nouns 185–191
Schrijver (Peter)
OIr. gor ‘pious, dutiful’: meaning and etymology 193–204
Lindeman (Fredrik Otto)
Varia I. Notae Mediolanenses 205–207
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II 209–211
De Bhaldraithe (Tomás)
Varia III. Ker. mar nod i bhfoclóirí an Duinnínigh 213–216

Ériu 46 (1995)

Author Title Page(s)
Carey (John)
On the interrelationships of some Cín Dromma Snechtai texts 71–92
Scowcroft (R. Mark)
Abstract narrative in Ireland 121–158

Ériu 45 (1994)

Ériu 44 (1993)

Ériu 43 (1992)

Ériu 42 (1991)

Author Title Page(s)
McCone (Kim R.)
OIr. -ic ‘reaches’, ithid ‘eats’, rigid ‘stretches, directs, rules’ and the PIE ‘Narten’ present in Celtic 1–11
Schrijver (Peter)
The development of Primitive Irish *aN before voiced stop 13–25
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
Irish maccóem, Welsh makwyf 27–36
McCone (Kim R.)
The inflection of OIr. ‘cow’ and the etymology of Buchet 37–44
Ó hUiginn (Ruairí)
Early Irish cía/ce ‘that’ 45–53
Kelleher (John V.)
Mac Anmchaid, lebróir 55–59
Ó Sé (Diarmuid)
Verbal inflection in Modern Irish 61–81
Ó Háinle (Cathal G.)
Refrains in ógláchas poems 83–98
Etchingham (Colmán)
The early Irish Church: some observations on pastoral care and dues 99–118
Breatnach (Caoimhín)
Early Modern Irish prose reconsidered: the case of Ceasacht inghine Guile 119–138
Greene (David)
Varia I: the three Tuesdays 139
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II 141–143
Lindeman (Fredrik Otto)
Varia III 145–146
De Bhaldraithe (Tomás)
Varia IV 147–148
Hughes (A. J.)
Varia V: The geographical location of the fortúatha Ulad of Lebor na cert 149–151

Ériu 41 (1990)

Ériu 40 (1989)

Author Title Page(s)
Breatnach (Liam)
The first third of Bretha Nemed Toísech 1–40
The retoiric in Aided Chonchobuir 41—59
Corthals (Johan)
The retoiric in Aided Chonchobuir 41–59

Ériu 39 (1988)

Ériu 38 (1987)

Author Title Page(s)
Nagy (Joseph Falaky)
In defence of rómánsaíocht 9–26
Scowcroft (R. Mark)
Leabhar Gabhála. Part I: the growth of the text 79–140
Sproule (David)
Complex alliteration, full and unstressed rhyme, and the origin of deibide 185–200

Ériu 37 (1986)

Author Title Page(s)
Kortlandt (Frederik)
Posttonic *w in Old Irish 89–92
Sayers (William)
Mani maidi an nem ...: ringing changes on a cosmic motif 99–117

Ériu 36 (1985)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Cathasaigh (Tomás)
Varia III: The trial of Mael Ḟothartaig 177–180

Ériu 35 (1984)

Ériu 34 (1983)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó hUiginn (Ruairí)
On the Old Irish figura etymologica 123–133

Ériu 33 (1982)

Author Title Page(s)
McLeod (Neil)
The two fer midboth and their evidence in court 59–63
Kortlandt (Frederik)
Phonemicization and rephonemicization of the Old Irish mutations 73–83
Ó Concheanainn (Tomás)
A pious redactor of Dinnshenchas Érenn 85–98
Ní Bhrolcháin (Muireann)
The manuscript tradition of the Banshenchas 109–135
Lubotsky (Alexander)
Varia IV: On the alliteration in ‘The guesting of Athirne’ 170–171

Ériu 32 (1981)

Author Title Page(s)
Kortlandt (Frederik)
More evidence for Italo-Celtic 1–22
Breatnach (Liam)
The Caldron of Poesy 45–93
Ó Cróinín (Dáibhí)
The oldest Irish names for the days of the week? 95–114
Ó Néill (Pádraig P.)
The background to the Cambrai homily 137–147
Sayers (William)
Three charioteering gifts in Mesca Ulad and Táin bó Cúailnge : immorchor ṅdelend, foscul díriuch, léim dar boilg 163–167

Ériu 31 (1980)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Cuív (Brian)
Irish words for ‘alphabet’ 100–110

Ériu 30 (1979)

Author Title Page(s)
McCone (Kim R.)
Pretonic preverbs and the absolute verbal endings in Old Irish 1–34
Kortlandt (Frederik)
The Old Irish absolute and conjunct endings and questions of relative chronology 35–53
Lambert (Pierre-Yves)
Lenition after Ir. ocus ‘and’ 54–63
Ahlqvist (Anders)
Two notes on Irish texts 64–66
O'Rahilly (Cecile)
Repetition: a narrative device in TBC 67–74
Sharpe (Richard)
Hiberno-Latin laicus, Irish láech and the Devil’s men 75–92
De Paor (Liam)
Saint Mac Creiche of Liscannor 93–121
Greene (David)
Perfects and perfectives in Modern Irish 122–141
Ó Siadhail (Mícheál)
Roinnt athrúintí suntasacha i gcanúint Chonallach 142–147
Ó Néill (Pádraig P.)
The Old-Irish treatise on the psalter and its Hiberno-Latin background 148–164
Ó Corráin (Donnchadh)
Onomata 165–180
Watkins (Calvert)
Is tre fhír flathemon: marginalia to Audacht Morainn 181–198

Ériu 29 (1978)

Author Title Page(s)
Jeffers (Robert J.)
Old Irish verbal nouns 1–12
Quin (E. G.)
The origin of the f-future: an alternative explanation 13–25
McCone (Kim R.)
The dative singular of Old Irish consonant stems 26–38
Mac Mathúna (Liam)
On the expression of ‘rain’ and ‘it is raining’ in Irish 39–57
Greene (David)
The é-future in Modern Irish 58–63
Slotkin (Edgar M.)
The structure of Fled Bricrenn before and after the Lebor na hUidre interpolations 64–77
Sims-Williams (Patrick)
Thought, word and deed: an Irish triad 78–111
Roth (C. E.)
Some observations on the historical background of the Hisperica famina 112–122
Charles-Edwards (T. M.)
Honour and status in some Irish and Welsh prose tales 123–141
Bowen (Charles)
Varia I. Notes on the Middle Irish word for ‘mermaid’ 142–148
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II 149–154
Watkins (Calvert)
Varia III 155–165

Ériu 28 (1977)

Author Title Page(s)
Wagner (Heinrich)
The archaic Dind Ríg poem and related problems 1–16
Mac Eoin (Gearóid)
The lament for Cuimine Fota 17–31
Ó Coileáin (Seán)
The making of Tromdám Guaire 32–70
Ó Corráin (Donnchadh)
The education of Diarmait Mac Murchada 71–81
Oskamp (Hans P. A.)
The Irish quatrains and salutation in the Drummond Missal 82–91
Ó Buachalla (Breandán)
and cha in Ulster Irish 92–141
Lindeman (Fredrik Otto)
Varia I. A note on Old Irish straithi, straithius 142–144
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II 145–148
Penney (J. H. W.)
Varia III. Weak and strong i-verbs in Old Irish 149–154
Greene (David)
Varia IV 155–167
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
Varia V. An instance of modified narrative repetition in Fled Bricrenn 168–172

Ériu 27 (1976)

Author Title Page(s)
Hamp (Eric P.)
On some Gaulish names in -ant- and Celtic verbal nouns 1–20
Watkins (Calvert)
Sick-maintenance in Indo-European 21–25
Greene (David)
The diphthongs of Old Irish 26–45
Armstrong (John)
Phonological irregularity in compound verb forms in the Würzburg glosses 56–72
Dumville (David N.)
Echtrae and immram: some problems of definition 73–94
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
The sinless otherworld of Immram Brain 95–115
Watkins (Calvert)
Varia I 116–122
Greene (David)
Varia II 123–129
Ó Buachalla (Breandán)
Varia III: Modern Irish beirt 130–134

Ériu 26 (1975)

Author Title Page(s)
Wagner (Heinrich)
Studies in the origins of early Celtic traditions 1–26
Cowgill (Warren)
Two further notes on the origin of the Insular Celtic absolute and conjunct verb endings 27–32
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
On the ‘prehistory’ of Immram Brain 33–52
Carney (James P.)
The invention of the Ogom cipher 53–65
Kelly (Fergus)
Tiughraind Bhécáin 66–98, 98 (addendum)
Ó Concheanainn (Tomás)
The scribe of John Beaton’s ‘Broad Book’ 99–101
Oskamp (Hans P. A.)
The Yellow Book of Lecan proper 102–121
Mac Mathúna (Séamas)
A note on identical noun phrase deletion 122–143
Ó Baoill (Dónall)
Deixis in Modern Irish and certain related problems 144–161
Ahlqvist (Anders)
Varia I 162–167
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II 168–174
Greene (David)
Varia III 175–181
Binchy (D. A.)
Eleanor Knott (1886–1975) 182–186

Ériu 25 (1974)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Corráin (Donnchadh)
Caithréim Chellacháin Chaisil: history or propaganda? 1–69
Herren (Michael W.)
Some conjectures on the origins and tradition of the Hisperic poem Rubisca 70–87
Ó Coileáin (Seán)
The structure of a literary cycle 88–125
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
The rise of the later schools of filidheacht 126–146
Oskamp (Hans P. A.)
On the collation of Lebor na hUidre 147–156
Ó Concheanainn (Tomás)
Gilla Ísa Mac Fir Bhisigh and a scribe of his school 157–171
Hamp (Eric P.)
The MacNeill-O’Brien Law 172–180
Ahlqvist (Anders)
Notes on ‘case’ and word-boundaries 181–189
Greene (David)
Distinctive plural forms in Old and Middle Irish 190–199
Mac an Bhaird (Alan)
Infhilleadh na n-ainmfhocal i nGaeilge na Mumhan: dearcadh stairiúil 200–252
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia 253–284

Ériu 24 (1973)

Author Title Page(s)
Kelly (Fergus)
A poem in praise of Columb Cille 1–34
Herren (Michael W.)
The authorship, date of composition and provenance of the so-called Lorica Gildae 35–51
Ó Corráin (Donnchadh)
Dál Cais: church and dynasty 52–63
Ó Concheanainn (Tomás)
The scribe of the Leabhar Breac 64–79
Watkins (Calvert)
‘River’ in Celtic and Indo-European 80–89
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
On Celtic word order and the Welsh ‘abnormal’ sentence 90–120
Greene (David)
Synthetic and analytic: a reconsideration 121–133
Ó Siadhail (Mícheál)
Abairtí freagartha agus míreanna freagartha sa Nua-Ghaeilge 134–159
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia I 160–182
Mac an Bhaird (Alan)
Varia II: ‘Will’ and ‘testament’ in Irish 183–185
Gleasure (James)
Varia III: More on (s)beach, (s)meach 186–191

Ériu 23 (1972)

Author Title Page(s)
Bieler (Ludwig), Carney (James P.)
The Lambeth commentary 1–55
Oskamp (Hans P. A.)
The first twelve folia of Rawlinson B 502 56–72
Boling (Bruce D.)
Some problems of the phonology and morphology of the Old Irish verb 73–101
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
Mongán Mac Fiachna and Immram Brain 102–142
Ó Buachalla (Breandán)
Stair an chónaisc acht go 143–161
Wigger (Arndt)
Preliminaries to a generative morphology of the Modern Irish verb 162–213
De Bhaldraithe (Tomás)
An litriú i bhfilíocht aiceanta na Nua-Ghaeilge 214–226
Cullen (John)
Varia I: Primitive Irish vowels in final syllables following 227–229
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia II: Seṭ and aniṭ, verbal nouns in -n- in Celtic 230–231
Greene (David)
Varia III: A detail of syncope 232–234
Baumgarten (Rolf)
Varia IV: A crux in Táin bó Fraích 235–241
Ó Tuama (Seán)
A writer’s testament 242–248

Ériu 22 (1971)

Author Title Page(s)
Turville-Petre (G.)
On the poetry of the scalds and of the filid 1–22
Carney (James P.)
Three Old Irish accentual poems 23–80
Mac Niocaill (Gearóid)
Tír Cumaile 81–86
Ó Concheanainn (Tomás)
Topographical notes: I. Cermna in Meath 87–96
Ó Corráin (Donnchadh)
Topographical notes: II. Mag Femin, Femen, and some early annals 97–99
Thomas (Charles)
Topographical notes: III. Rosnat, Rostat, and the early Irish church 100–106
Kelleher (John V.)
The Táin and the annals 107–127
Byrne (Francis J.)
Tribes and tribalism in early Ireland 128–166
Greene (David)
The Irish war-cry 167–173
Quin (E. G.)
Varia I. The f-future in Stapleton’s Catechismus 174–175
Greene (David)
Varia II [1. Periods of time; 2. Ir. úathad, óthad: W. odid] 176–180
Hamp (Eric P.)
Varia III [1. The Celtic words for ‘tear’; 2. The ‘bee’ in Irish, Indo-European and Uralic] 181–187
Charles-Edwards (T. M.)
Varia IV: Wb. 28c14 and the ‘exclusive’ use of the equative in Old Irish 188–189
Kelly (Fergus)
Varia V [1. O I. ad-claid; 2. O I. claideb and its cognates] 190–196

Ériu 21 (1969)

Author Title Page(s)
Watkins (Calvert)
On the pre-history of Celtic verb inflexion 1–22
Holmer (Nils M.)
A Celtic-Hittite correspondence 23–24
Greene (David)
In momento, in ictu oculi ... 25–31
Quin (E. G.)
On the Modern Irish f-future 32–41
Ó Murchú (Máirtín)
Common core and underlying forms 42–75
Skerrett (R. A. Q.)
Verbs of state and motion in Irish 76–86
Hamp (Eric)
Varia I 87–88
Greene (David)
Varia II 89–98
Powell (Roger)
Further notes on Lebor na hUidre 99–102
O'Daly (Máirín)
Three poems ascribed to Máol Cobha 103–115
Ó Fiannachta (Pádraig)
Two love-poems 115–121
Carney (James P.)
The Ó Cianáin miscellany 122–147
Carney (Maura)
The works of the Sixth Day 148–166

Ériu 20 (1966)

Author Title Page(s)
Binchy (D. A.)
Bretha Déin Chécht 1–66
Wagner (Heinrich)
Zu Gúbretha Caratniad § 39 66
Watkins (Calvert)
The origin of the f-future 67–81, 93 (addendum)
Greene (David)
The prefix in- 82–86
Wagner (Heinrich)
Altirisch -tuit 87–93
Ó Cuív (Brian)
The phonetic basis of Classical Modern Irish rhyme 94–103
O'Rahilly (Cecile)
The preverb con- (co n-) in the LL Táin 104–111
Mac Eoin (Gearóid)
A poem by Airbertach Mac Cosse 112–139
Quin (E. G.)
Irish cote 140–150
Hull (Vernam)
Cáin Domnaig 151–177
Wagner (Heinrich)
Irisches in der Edda 178–182
Ó Cróinín (Donncha A.)
Mod.I. maidir le, mar le 183–184
Price (Liam)
The origin of the word betagius 185–190
O'Daly (Máirín)
Beir mo scíath, scëo fri úath 191–201
Schmidt (Karl Horst)
Die indogermanischen ē-praesentia im Altirischen 202–207
Breatnach (R. A.)
The syntax of Mod.Ir. lá dá raibh sé 208–211
Mac Cana (Proinsias)
Varia. I 212–221
Henry (P. L.)
Varia. II [1. A passage in Scéla Cano meic Gartnáin; 2. Some passages in Audacht Morainn] 222–228
Binchy (D. A.)
Varia. III [1. The old negative form of dia ‘if’; 2. (bó) trelaeg; 3. Atromriug; 4. The date of the so-called ‘Hymn of Patrick’] 229–237
Binchy (D. A.)
Carl J. S. Marstrander 237–238

Ériu 19 (1962)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Cuív (Brian)
Some early devotional verse in Irish 1–24
Watkins (Calvert)
The origin of the t-preterite 25–38, 38–46 (addendum)
Binchy (D. A.)
The Old-Irish table of penitential commutations 47–72
Greene (David)
The conjunct forms of the copula in Old Irish 73–74
O'Daly (Máirín)
Mesce Chúanach 75–80
O'Daly (Máirín)
Lānellach tigi rích ⁊ ruirech 81–86
Wagner (Heinrich)
Gaulish ieuru ‘fecit’ 87–88
Ó Cuív (Brian)
The poetic contention about the River Shannon 89–110
Greene (David)
Varia. I 111–113
Watkins (Calvert)
Varia. II 114–118
O'Daly (Máirín)
Varia III 119
Lewy (Ernst)
Gk. ἀvάσσω: Ir. aingim? 120
Binchy (D. A.)
A misunderstood marginal 121–122
Knott (Eleanor)
foclóir 122
Knott (Eleanor)
Richard Irvine Best, 1872–1959 123–125

Ériu 18 (1958)

Author Title Page(s)
Carney (James P.)
Two Old Irish poems 1–43
Binchy (D. A.)
The date and provenance of Uraicecht becc 44–54
Knott (Eleanor)
A poem of prophecies 55–84
Watkins (Calvert)
Old-Irish sernaid and related forms 85–101
Best (R. I.)
Palaeographical notes III 102–107
Greene (David)
The analytic forms of the verb in Irish 108–112
Binchy (D. A.)
The Fair of Tailtiu and the Feast of Tara 113–138
Mac Airt (Seán)
Filidecht and coimgne 139–152
Ó Cuív (Brian)
Some verbal forms in Modern Irish 153–157
Henry (P. L.)
An Irish-Icelandic parallel: Ferdomun / Karlsefni 158–159
Mulchrone (Kathleen)
Ferdomnach and the Armagh notulae 160–163
Binchy (D. A.)
Old-Irish axal 164

Ériu 17 (1955)

Author Title Page(s)
Bergin (Osborn)
Further remarks on Wb. 9a23 1–3
Binchy (D. A.)
Bretha Nemed 4–6
Greene (David)
Un Joc Grossier in Irish and Provençal 7–15
Dobbs (Margaret E.)
A poem ascribed to Flann mac Lonáin 16–34
O'Brien (M. A.)
A Middle-Irish poem on the Christian kings of Leinster 35–51
Binchy (D. A.)
Irish law tracts re-edited: I. Coibnes uisci thairidne 52–85
Murphy (Gerard)
Finn's poem on May-day 86–99
Breatnach (R. A.)
On the morphology of the conjunctions meaning ‘before’ in Irish 100–105
Holmer (Nils M.)
Some Old Irish forms 106–111
Falconer (Sheila)
The verbal system of the LU Táin: compiled with a view to dating the interpolated passages in this version 112–146
Knott (Eleanor)
Thomas Francis O’Rahilly 1883–1953 147
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish grammatical tracts V: metrical faults 259–293

Ériu 16 (1952)

Author Title Page(s)
Knott (Eleanor)
Osborn Bergin (1873–1950) 1–3
Pedersen (Holger)
Two notes 5–6
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Buchet the herdsman 7–20
Vendryes (Joseph)
Irlandais acht ma et acht mani 21–26
Best (R. I.)
Some Irish charms 27–32
Binchy (D. A.)
The saga of Fergus mac Léti 33–48
Breatnach (R. A.)
The origin of the 2 pl. ipv. in Northern Irish 49–60
Dillon (Myles)
The story of the finding of Cashel 61–73
Draak (Maartje)
Emotional reflexes 74–78
Hull (Vernam)
Geneamuin Chormaic 79–85
Jackson (Kenneth H.)
Some remarks on the Gaelic notitiae in the Book of Deer 86–98
Knott (Eleanor)
An index to the proper names in Saltair na rann 99–122
Lloyd-Jones (John)
Welsh palach, etc. 123–131
McKenna (Lambert)
A poem by Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh 132–139
Mulchrone (Kathleen)
What are the Armagh notulae? 140–144
Murphy (Gerard)
On the dates of two sources used in Thurneysen’s Heldensage 145–156
O'Brien (M. A.)
A Middle-Irish poem on the birth of Āedān mac Gabrāin and Brandub mac Echach 157–170
Ó Cuív (Brian)
Some developments in the imperative mood 171–178
O'Daly (Máirín)
A poem on the Airgialla 179–188
O'Sullivan (Anne)
Triamhuin Ghormlaithe 189–199
Shaw (Francis)
Brat co n-auib, etc. 200–204
Sommerfelt (Alf)
The structure of the consonant system of the Gaelic of Torr, Co. Donegal 205–211
Greene (David)
Middle quantity in Irish 212–218

Ériu 15 (1948)

Ériu 14 (1946)

Author Title Page(s)
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Ir. aobh, aoibheall, etc. W. ufel, uwel. Gaul. Esus 1–6
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
On the origin of the names Érainn and Ériu 7–28
Bergin (Osborn)
Varia I 29–30
O'Daly (Máirín)
The verbal system of the LL Táin 31, 33–139
Bergin (Osborn)
Some Irish equatives 140–143
Knott (Eleanor)
Varia II 144–146
Bergin (Osborn)
Ériu and the ablaut 147–153
Bergin (Osborn)
The infixed pronoun after the preposition con- 153
Dillon (Myles)
The Yew of the Disputing Sons 154–165
Dobbs (Margaret E.)
A note on Aidheda forni do huaislib Érenn and the lost legend of Ferdomon 166–169
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish grammatical tracts: III and IV 167–257
Bergin (Osborn)
White red-eared cows 170

Ériu 13 (1942)

Author Title Page(s)
Gwynn (E. J.)
An Old-Irish tract on the privileges and responsibilities of poets 1–60, 220–236
Pearson (A. I.)
A medieval glossary 61–83
Walsh (Paul)
Tethbae 88–94
Watson (J. Carmichael)
Mesca Ulad: the redactor’s contribution to the later version 95–112
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
A poem by Piaras Feiritéar 113–118
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
iarann, lárag, etc. 119–127
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Some instances of vowel-shortening in Modern Irish 128–134
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
A phonetic development in Munster Irish 135–139
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
-genn for -chenn 140–143
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Notes, mainly etymological 144–219

Ériu 12 (1938)

Author Title Page(s)
Binchy (D. A.)
Bretha crólige 1–77
Binchy (D. A.)
Sick-maintenance in Irish law 78–134
Bergin (Osborn)
Miscellanea: (1) The 2 sg. absolute of berid; (2) O.Ir. foc(c)ul(l); (3) cro- in compounds 135–136
Bergin (Osborn), Best (R. I.)
Tochmarc Étaíne 137–196
Bergin (Osborn)
On the syntax of the verb in Old Irish 197–214
Bergin (Osborn)
Varia. I 215–235
O'Brien (M. A.)
Varia. II 236–244
Gwynn (E. J.)
Notes on the Irish penitential 245–249
Wulff (Winifred)
Contra incantationes 250–253
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Some Fermoy place-names 254–256

Ériu 11 (1932)

Author Title Page(s)
MacNeill (Eoin)
The Vita Tripartita of St. Patrick 1–41
Dillon (Myles)
Stories from the law-tracts 42–65
Smith (Roland M.)
The advice to Doidin 66–85
O'Brien (M. A.)
Varia 86–93
Byrne (Mary E.)
Note on a gloss of O'Davoren 94–96
Byrne (Mary E.)
On the punishment of sending adrift 97–102
Bergin (Osborn)
A mystical interpretation of the Beati 103–106
Bergin (Osborn)
On the Kilbonane Ogams 107–111
MacNeill (Eoin)
‘De origine Scoticae linguae’ 112–129
MacNeill (Eoin)
Varia I 130–135
Bergin (Osborn)
Varia II 136, 138–149
Gwynn (E. J.)
Varia III 150–153
O'Brien (M. A.)
Varia IV 154–171
Macalister (R. A. S.)
The ‘Fermoy’ copy of Lebor gabála 172–173
Wulff (Winifred)
De amore hereos 174–181
O'Brien (David)
The Féni 182–183
Duncan (Lilian)
Altram Tige Dá Medar 184–225
Bergin (Osborn)
Lenition after cóic in nom., acc., and dat. 226

Ériu 10 (1926–1928)

Author Title Page(s)
MacNeill (Eoin)
On the notation and chronography of the Calendar of Coligny 1–67
Gwynn (E. J.)
The Dindshenchas in the Book of Uí Maine 68–91
Gwynn (E. J.)
Sén dollotar Ulaid 92–94
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
The history of the Stowe Missal 95–109
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
A note on the ‘Culmen’ 109
Ó Máille (Tomás)
Miscellanea: Co taite n-imbuilc; Final -u 110–111
Bergin (Osborn)
Miscellanea: ar-neut, in-neuth; ad-haim 111–112
MacNeill (Eoin)
Miscellanea: Atecotti and Scotti: a correction 112
Plummer (Charles)
Notes on some passages in the Brehon laws. IV 113–129
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish grammatical tracts [II, §§ 88–207] 125–166
Joynt (Maud)
Airbacc Giunnae 130–134
Best (R. I.)
An early monastic grant in the Book of Durrow 135–142
Wulff (Winifred)
Tract on the plague 143–154
Ó Máille (Tomás)
Miscellaneous notes 155–159
Grosjean (Paul)
MS. A. 9 (Franciscan Convent, Dublin) 160–169
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
The ancient territory of Fermoy 170–189
Bergin (Osborn)
Old-Irish méite; Old-Irish -tuit 190–193

Ériu 9 (1921–1923)

Author Title Page(s)
Gwynn (E. J.), O'Reilly (Turlough)
Tomás Costelloe and O'Rourke’s wife 1–11
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Miscellanea: madir le, mar le 12–26
Gwynn (E. J.)
Miscellanea: Eogan 27–30
Plummer (Charles)
Notes on some passages in the Brehon laws II 31–42
Ó Donnchadha (Tadhg)
Advice to a prince 43–54
Walsh (Paul)
Uí Maccu Uais 55–60
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish grammatical tracts [II, §§ 12–87] 61–124
Flower (Robin), Ó Maoilchonaire (Torna)
Popular science in mediaeval Ireland 61–67
Sommerfelt (Alf)
Modern Irish ipv. pl. 2 in -gī 68–70
Sommerfelt (Alf)
A reflex of the prehistoric change of ai: a 70
Ó Máille (Tomás)
The authorship of the Culmen 71–76
Bergin (Osborn)
Metrica III. The alleged unvoicing of -dh d- 77–80
Bergin (Osborn)
Metrica IV. The alliteration of th.- 80–81
Bergin (Osborn)
Metrica V. The principles of alliteration 82–84
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
The vocative in Modern Irish 85–91
Bergin (Osborn)
Nominative and vocative 92–94
O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)
Addenda to ‘Miscellanea’ 95–97
Baudiš (Josef)
On Tochmarc Emere 98–108
Plummer (Charles)
Notes on some passages in the Brehon laws III 109–117
De Paor (Áine)
The common authorship of some Book of Leinster texts 118–146
Gougaud (Louis)
Mulierum consortia: Étude sur le syneisaktisme chez les ascètes celtiques 147–156
Gwynn (E. J.)
A note on O'Davoren’s glossary 157–158
Bergin (Osborn)
The magic white in Táin bó Cúailnge 159
Bergin (Osborn)
A poem by Domhnall Mac Dáire 160–174
Bergin (Osborn)
A dialogue between Donnchad son of Brian and Mac Coisse 175–180
Bergin (Osborn)
Is ónd Athir dó 180
Best (R. I.)
Kuno Meyer 181–186

Ériu 8 (1916)

Author Title Page(s)
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish grammatical tracts [I and II, §§ 1–11] i–v, 1–60
Fraser (John)
The first battle of Moytura 1–63
Walsh (Paul)
A poem on Ireland 64–74
Walsh (Paul)
Irish ocha, ochann 75–77
Hyde (Douglas)
The Book of the O'Conor Don 77–99
Bergin (Osborn)
Dorearúasat 99
Best (R. I.)
The St. Gall incantation against headache 100
Baudiš (Josef)
On the antiquity of the kingship of Tara 101–107
Baudiš (Josef)
Notes on the preverbal particles and infixed elements 108–113
Gwynn (Lucius)
Leabhar gabhála and the Book of Leinster 114–116
Best (R. I.)
Palæographical notes II. Lebor na hUidre 117–119
Best (R. I.)
Prognostications from the raven and the wren 120–126
Sommerfelt (Alf)
On the form imparrá 126
Plummer (Charles)
Notes on some passages in the brehon laws 127–132
Dobbs (Margaret E.)
On Táin Bó Flidais 133–149
Flower (Robin)
Quidam Scotigena .i. discipulus Boëthii, or Boëthius and the four conditions of a tale 150–154
Knott (Eleanor)
Why Mongán was deprived of noble issue 155–160
Bergin (Osborn)
Old-Irish conmberad 160
Bergin (Osborn)
Metrica I: notes on Meyer's Primer of Irish metrics 161–167
Bergin (Osborn)
Metrica II: the alleged riming of long with short vowels 167–169
Best (R. I.)
The battle of Airtech 170–190
Knott (Eleanor)
The Flight of the Earls (1607) 191–194
Bergin (Osborn)
Bonaventura O'Hussey on the uncertainty of life 195–196
Bergin (Osborn)
Irish sirid ‘seeks’ 196

Ériu 7 (1914)

Author Title Page(s)
Meyer (Kuno)
The guesting of Athirne 1–9
Meyer (Kuno)
On debide rhyme 10–12
Anscombe (Alfred)
St. Victricius of Rouen and St. Patrick 13–17
Lloyd (J. H.)
Mid-sixteenth-century numbers and phrases 18–25
Knott (Eleanor)
Bó thúir 26
Bergin (Osborn)
Modern Irish teóra ‘limit, border’ 27–29
MacNeill (Eoin)
The authorship and structure of the ‘Annals of Tigernach’ 30–113
Best (R. I.)
Palaeographical notes I. The Rawlinson B 502 Tigernach 114–120
Gwynn (E. J.)
An Irish penitential 121–195
Thurneysen (Rudolf)
A third copy of the Guesting of Athirne 196–199
Baudiš (Josef)
Cúroi and Cúchulinn 200–209
Gwynn (Lucius)
Cináed úa hArtacáin's poem on Brugh na Bóinne 210–238
Knott (Eleanor)
On a line in Patrick’s hymn 239
Bergin (Osborn)
The lament of the nun of Beare 240–241
Bergin (Osborn)
The death of Conchobar’s sons 242–243
Bergin (Osborn)
What brought the Saxons to Ireland 244

Ériu 6 (1912)

Author Title Page(s)
Ó Máille (Tomás)
Contributions to the history of the verbs of existence in Irish 1–102
Meyer (Kuno)
The rules of assonance in Irish poetry 103–111
Meyer (Kuno)
Four religious poems 112–116
Anscombe (Alfred)
The pedigree of Patrick 117–120
Meyer (Kuno)
The march roll of the men of Leinster 121–124
Quiggin (E. C.)
A book of the O'Reillys 125–129
Gwynn (Lucius)
De shíl Chonairi Móir 130–143
Gwynn (Lucius)
De maccaib Conaire 144–153
Meyer (Kuno)
Quantitative assonance 154–156
Meyer (Kuno)
An Old-Irish parallel to the motive of the Bleeding Lance 157–158
Fraser (John)
The miracle of Ciaran’s hand 159–160
Best (R. I.)
Notes on the script of Lebor na hUidre 161–174

Ériu 5 (1911)

Author Title Page(s)
Anscombe (Alfred)
The great ages assigned to certain Irish saints 1–6
Meyer (Kuno)
The Bodleian MS. Laud 615 7–14
Fraser (John)
Some cases of ablaut in Old Irish 15–17
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
Mac Dá Cherda and Cummaine Foda 18–44
Gwynn (E. J.)
De arreis 45–48
Bergin (Osborn)
The best and worst nail in the Ark 49
Knott (Eleanor)
Filidh Éireann go haointeach 50–69
Knott (Eleanor)
Address to David O'Keeffe 70–71
Best (R. I.)
Cuchulainn’s shield 72
Gwynn (Lucius)
The Life of St. Lasair 73–109
Meyer (Kuno)
Verses from a chapel dedicated to St Patrick at Péronne 110–111
Flower (Robin)
Ad Ériu II, p. 92 112
Bergin (Osborn)
Old-Irish suír 112
Marstrander (Carl)
How Fiachna mac Baedáin obtained the kingdom of Scotland 113–119
Marstrander (Carl)
The two deaths 120–125
Marstrander (Carl)
Bídh crínna 126–141
Marstrander (Carl)
Ogham XOI 144
Marstrander (Carl)
How Samson slew the Gesteda 145–159
Marstrander (Carl)
Ir. emun, emuin 160
Marstrander (Carl)
Sechrán na Banimpire 161–199
Marstrander (Carl)
Dative anmaimm 200
Marstrander (Carl)
The deaths of Lugaid and Derbforgaill 201–218
Marstrander (Carl)
Snám Dá Én cid dia tá 219–225
Marstrander (Carl)
A new version of the battle of Mag Rath 226–247
Marstrander (Carl)
Addendum to Snám Dá Én cid dia tá 248–249
Marstrander (Carl)
Miscellaneous 250–252
Meyer (Kuno)
Addendum ad p. 208 sq. 252

Ériu 4 (1908–1910)

Author Title Page(s)
Meyer (Kuno)
The Irish mirabilia in the Norse ‘Speculum Regale’ [Revised version] 1–16
Meyer (Kuno)
Colum Cille cecinit 17
Stokes (Whitley)
Tidings of Conchobar mac Nessa 18–38
Plummer (Charles)
Cáin Eimíne Báin 39–46
Ó Nechtain (Eoghan)
Tochmarc Fearbhlaide 47–67
Meyer (Kuno)
Brian Borumha 68–73
Anscombe (Alfred)
The Longobardic origin of St. Sechnall 74–90
Joynt (Maud)
Echtra Mac Echdach Mugredóin 91–111
Bergin (Osborn)
The harrowing of hell 112–119
Best (R. I.)
A hymn of praise 120
Best (R. I.)
The settling of the manor of Tara 121–172
Scarre (Annie M.)
The beheading of John the Baptist by Mog Ruith 173–181
Gwynn (E. J.)
An unrecorded gloss 182
Meyer (Kuno)
A collection of poems on the O'Donnells 183–190
Quiggin (E. C.)
The s-preterite in Middle Irish 191–207
Meyer (Kuno)
Gauls in Ireland 208
Knott (Eleanor)
Address to David O’Keeffe 209–232
Anscombe (Alfred)
Professor Zimmer and the deaconship of Palladius 233–234
O'Kelleher (Andrew)
A hymn of invocation 235–239

Ériu 3 (1907)

Author Title Page(s)
Strachan (John)
An Old-Irish homily 1–10
Stokes (Whitley)
On two Irish expressions for ‘right hand’ and ‘left hand’ 11–12
Meyer (Kuno)
A religious poem 13–15
Lloyd (J. H.)
‘Cnoc Ríre’ 16–17
Thurneysen (Rudolf)
On certain initial changes in the Irish verb after preverbal particles 18–19
Strachan (John)
On some mutations of initial consonants in the Old Welsh verb 20–28
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
A poem on the Day of Judgment 29–33
Stokes (Whitley)
Notes on the Evernew tongue 34–35
Hamaltún (Gustamh)
Where was Bruiden Dá Derga? 36–41
MacNeill (Eoin)
Mocu, maccu 42–49
Bergin (Osborn)
Palatalization 50–91
O'Neill (Joseph)
The rule of Ailbe of Emly 92–115
Best (R. I.)
The canonical hours 116
Anscombe (Alfred)
The exordium of the ‘Annales Cambriae’ 117–134
Meyer (Kuno)
The expulsion of the Déssi 135–142
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
Poem on the observance of Sunday 143–147
Meyer (Kuno)
Eve’s lament 148
Best (R. I.)
The adventures of Art son of Conn, and the courtship of Delbchaem 149–173
Green (J. R.), Green (Alice Stopford)
Irish land in the sixteenth century 174–185
Meyer (Kuno)
Colman’s farewell to Colman 186–189
Gwynn (E. J.)
Notes 190–193
Ó Máille (Tomás)
Crist rocrochad 194–199
Meyer (Kuno)
John Strachan 200–206
Bergin (Osborn)
Corrigenda et addenda 207

Ériu 2 (1905)

Author Title Page(s)
Strachan (John)
Addenda and corrigenda to ‘Old-Irish paradigms’ i
Stokes (Whitley)
The eulogy of Cúrói (Amra Chonrói) 1–14
Meyer (Kuno)
The song of Créde, daughter of Guaire 15–17
Best (R. I.)
The tragic death of Cúrói mac Dári 18–35
Bergin (Osborn)
The future tense in Modern Irish 36–48
Lloyd (J. H.)
The five Munsters 49–54
Meyer (Kuno)
The hermit’s song 55–57
Strachan (John)
Addenda to Ériu 1, 191 sq. 58–59
Strachan (John)
Welsh ry- = Irish ro- of possibility 60–61
Strachan (John)
Cormac’s rule 62–68
Lloyd (J. H.)
Trácht Fuirbthen 69–76
Hyde (Douglas)
An Irish folk-ballad 77–81
Gwynn (E. J.)
The priest and the bees 82–83
Meyer (Kuno)
Miscellanea: I. Some practices of Irish scribes; II. On a passage in Alfred's 'Orosius'; III. Human sacrifice among the ancient Irish; IV. O ais; V. Irish al = tar and sor 84–88
Byrne (Mary E.)
A prayer 89–91
O'Nolan (T. P.)
A prayer to the archangels for each day of the week 92–94
Meyer (Kuno)
A poem ascribed to Suibne Geilt 95
Stokes (Whitley)
The evernew tongue 96–162
Best (R. I.)
The graves of the kings at Clonmacnois 163–171
Meyer (Kuno)
Duties of a husbandman 172
O'Neill (Joseph)
Cath Boinde 173–185
Gwynn (E. J.)
The three drinking-horns of Cormac ua Cuinn 186–188
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
Cáin Domnaig 189–214
Strachan (John)
Further remarks on Welsh ry- 215–220
Bergin (Osborn)
A fragment of Old Irish 221–226
Strachan (John)
Two monastic rules 227–229

Ériu 1 (1904)

Author Title Page(s)
Strachan (John)
Atakta 1–12
Gwynn (E. J.), Lloyd (J. H.)
The burning of Finn’s house 13–37
Meyer (Kuno)
Comad Manchín Léith 38–40
Meyer (Kuno)
Comad Croiche Críst annso sís 41–42
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
Colman mac Duach and Guaire 43–48
Lloyd (J. H.)
The impersonal passive forms of the Irish substantive verb 49–65
Ó Donnchadha (Tadhg)
‘Gaib do chuil isin charcair’; ‘Pangur bán’ 66
Meyer (Kuno)
Daniel húa Liathaide’s advice to a woman 67–71
Meyer (Kuno)
Cáilte cecinit 72–73
Best (R. I.)
The Leabhar Oiris 74–112
Meyer (Kuno)
The death of Conla 113–121
Strachan (John)
Anecdoton 122
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
Cuchulinn and Conlaech 123–127
O'Nolan (T. P.)
The quarrel about the loaf 128–137
Strachan (John)
Anecdoton 138
Bergin (Osborn)
Analogy in the verbal system of Modern Irish 139–152
Strachan (John)
The infixed pronoun in Middle Irish 153–179
Meyer (Kuno)
The boyish exploits of Finn 180–190
Strachan (John)
An Old-Irish metrical rule 191–208
Meyer (Kuno)
A collation of Críth Gablach, and a treatise on cró and díbad 209–215
O'Keeffe (J. G.)
The Rule of Patrick 216–224
Byrne (Mary E.)
Féilire Adamnáin 225–228