Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 24 N 3

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Collection: Hennessy
24 N 3
Cat. no. 483
A manuscript of Keating's Foras feasa ar Éirinn. According to Dinneen, “this MS. is very beautifully written. It is accurate, and corresponds closely to R”.(1)n. 1 Patrick S. Dinneen, Foras feasa ar Éirinn: The history of Ireland by Geoffrey Keating D. D. Volume II, containing the first book of the history from sect. XV to the end, vol. 2 (1908): xxx
Provenance and related aspects
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second half of the 17th century. The transcription of the first book was complete in November 1666.
Origin, provenance
Hands, scribes
Fear Feasa Ó DuibhgeannáinÓ Duibhgeannáin (Fear Feasa) (fl. 17th century) – Irish scribe
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Fearfeasa mhac Conchubhair Riabhaigh Uí Duibhgeannáin (cf. Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1394)

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Secondary sources (select)

Mulchrone, Kathleen, Thomas F. O'Rahilly, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, and A. I. Pearson (eds.), Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy, 8 vols, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1926–1970.
1294 [id. 483.]
Dennis Groenewegen
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