verse beg. Andsu immarbáig ri Lagnib

    • Early Irish
    • Early Irish poetry
    Initial words (verse)
    • Andsu immarbáig ri Lagnib
    It is difficult to contend with Leinstermen
    Ascribed to
    Dubthach maccu LugairDubthach maccu Lugair (supp. fl. 432) – Legendary Irish poet and legal expert, who plays an important role in the pseudo-historical prologue to the Senchas Már.
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    The poem is headed ‘Dubthach hua Lugair cecinit.’
    • Early Irish


    Early Irish poetry

    Subject tags

    Uí ChennselaigUí ChennselaigNo short description available
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    Énna CennselachÉnna Cennselach (fl. 5th century) – ancestor of the Uí Chennselaig, a sept of the Laigin; son of Labraid Loingsech; king of Leinster
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    Crimthann mac Énnai ChennselaigCrimthann mac Énnai Chennselaig – son of Énna Cennselach, king of Leinster
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    [ed.] Best, Richard Irvine, Osborn Bergin, M. A. O'Brien, and Anne O'Sullivan (eds.), The Book of Leinster, formerly Lebar na Núachongbála, 6 vols, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1954–1983.
    CELT – 1-260: <link> CELT – 400-470 (excl. Táin bó Cúailnge): <link> CELT – 471-638 and 663 (excl. Dinnshenchas Érenn): <link> CELT – 761-781 and 785-841 (excl. Dinnshenchas Érenn and Togail Troí): <link> CELT – 1119-1192 and 1202-1325 (excl. Esnada tige Buchet and Fingal Rónáin ): <link>
    215 Diplomatic edition direct link
    [ed.] [tr.] O'Curry, Eugene, “Appendices”, in: O'Curry, Eugene, Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the sessions of 1855 and 1856, Dublin, 1861. 461–648.
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    482–484 (Appendix III)
    Dennis Groenewegen
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