Aniar táinic tuitim Bhriain

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Aniar táinic tuitim Bhriain

    verse beg. Aniar táinic tuitim Bhriain

    • Early Modern Irish
    • verse
    • Early Irish poetry
    Elegiac poem on the fall of Brian Bóruma. It is cast in the form of a dialogue between two poets, Mac Líacc, who asks questions about those fallen in the battle of Clontarf, and Mac Coise of Clonmacnoise, who is able to provide answers.
    Initial words (verse)
    • Aniar táinic tuitim Bhriain
    “From the west the fall of Brian came”
    Manuscripts
    Language
    • Early Modern Irish
    • ?
    Form
    verse (primary)

    Classification

    Early Irish poetry

    Subject tags

     battle of Clontarf
    Mac Líacc MuirchertachMuirchertach (Mac Líacc)
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    Urard mac CoiseUrard mac Coise, Irard mac Coise, Erard mac Coise (d. 983 x 1023) – Irish poet
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    • Sources

    Primary sources
    Text editions and/or modern translations – in whole or in part – along with publications containing additions and corrections, if known. Diplomatic editions, facsimiles and digital image reproductions of the manuscripts are not always listed here but may be found in the entry for the relevant manuscript.

    Edition wanted.
    Translation wanted.
    O'Grady, Standish Hayes, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the [British Library, formerly the] British Museum, vol. 1, London: British Museum, 1926.
    349–350 Extracts.

    Secondary sources

    O'Curry, Eugene, and W. K. Sullivan [ed.], On the manners and customs of the ancient Irish: a series of lectures, 3 vols, vol. 2: Lectures, vol. 1, London, 1873.
    Internet Archive: <link>, <link>
    118–119

    O'Grady, Standish Hayes, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the [British Library, formerly the] British Museum, vol. 1, London: British Museum, 1926.
    O'Curry, Eugene, and W. K. Sullivan [ed.], On the manners and customs of the ancient Irish: a series of lectures, 3 vols, vol. 2: Lectures, vol. 1, London, 1873.
    Internet Archive: <link>, <link>

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