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See more Seán Mac AodhagáinMac Aodhagáin (Seán)
(fl. 15th century)
Mac Aedacain (Seaan )
Irish scribe responsible for the literary miscellany in RIA D iv 2, ff. 74-89r.
- Eóghan Ó hAchoideirn (hEachthigheirn). Most of the vernacular tales concerning classical traditions, such as Togail Troí, are in his hand.
- an anonymous hand responsible for the copies of Lorgaireacht an tSoidigh Naomhtha and In cath catharda
- Seán Mac Aodhagáin (Seáan Mac Aedacain), whose main contribution is the literary miscellany on ff. 74r-89r. Ó Concheanainn identifies him with Seán mac Conchobair (d. 1487), ollamh to Clann Riocaird.(1)n. 1 Tomás Ó Concheanainn, ‘A Connacht medieval literary heritage’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 16 (1988).
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