verse beg. Cetracha sacart a lín
- Early Irish
- Early Irish poetry, lists of people
- Cetracha sacart a lín
include (this list may not be exhaustive):
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 E 25 (1229) = Lebor na hUidre [s. xi/xii] p. 51q written in the upper margin above two columns; apparently in the hand of scribe M (Best and Bergin). In the diplomatic edition by Best and Bergin, it runs Cetracha sacart a lín / fichi epscop úasal bríg /resin salmchetal cen acht / cóeca deochain trícha macc..
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1441 (E 4. 2) = Liber hymnorum [s. xiex-xiiin] f. 33vut poeta dixit
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 cols 573–958 = section of the Yellow Book of Lecan [s. xivex/xvin] p. 72a col. 680Transcribed by Strachan as: tanic iarsin Columbcille ⁊ robe a lin tri coecait clerech, Ceathracha sacart a lin tricha espac uasal brig, etc.
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 502 2 = Lebar Glinne Dá Locha (?) [1125 x 1150] f. 54ra
- In Beatha Colaim Chille compiled by Maghnus Ó Domhnaill, the quatrain is incorporated into the main text, along with a paragraph of explanatory prose. It is here ascribed to Dallán Forgaill (alleged author of the Amra) and moved to a later stage in the narrative, when Colum Cille and his company returned home from the convention of Druim Cetta.
- Early Irish
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