d'Arbois de Jubainville, H.






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d'Arbois de Jubainville, H., The Irish mythological cycle and Celtic mythology, tr. R. I. Best, Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, 1903.

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Work
The Irish mythological cycle and Celtic mythology
Place
Dublin
Publisher
Hodges, Figgis
Year
1903
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Description
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English translation by R. I. Best, first published in The United Irishman
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First edition or printing
d'Arbois de Jubainville, H., Le cycle mythologique irlandais et la mythologie celtique, Cours de littérature celtique 2, Paris: Ernest Thorin, 1884.
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[Ch. 1] “Introductory”
1
[Ch. 2] “The emigration of Partholon”
13
[Ch. 3] “The emigration of Partholon (continued); Legend of Tuan mac Cairill”
25
[Ch. 4] “Cessair, the counterpart of Partholon; Fintan, the counterpart of Tuan mac Cairill”
36
[Ch. 5] “Emigration of Nemed and the slaughter of Conann's tower”
47
[Ch. 6] “The emigration of the FIr-Bolg”
69
[Ch. 7] “Emigration of the Tuatha De Danann: the first battle of Mag-Tured (Moytura)”
79
[Ch. 8] “Emigration of the Tuatha De Danann (continued): second battle of Mag-Tured”
94
[Ch. 9] “The second battle of Mag-Tured and Greek mythology”
111
[Ch. 10] “The race of Mile”
135
[Ch. 11] “Conquest of Ireland by the sons of Mile”
[Ch. 12] “The Tuatha De Danann after the conquest of Ireland by the sons of Mile, part 1: the supreme god, Dagda”
150
[Ch. 13] “The Tuatha De Danann after the conquest of Ireland by the sons of Mile, part 2: the gods Lug, Ogma, Diancecht, Goibniu”
165
[Ch. 14] “The Tuatha De Danann after the conquest of Ireland by the sons of Mile, part 3: the gods Mider and Manannan mac Lir”
176
[Ch. 15] “The belief in the immortality of the soul in Ireland and in Gaul”
195
[Ch. 16] “Conclusion”
208
“Additional notes”
225–230
Index
231
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen