Fáeth fiadaverse beg. Atom-riug in-diu / Niurt tréun
- Old Irish
- Early Irish poetry
- Atom-riug in-diu / Niurt tréun
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1441 (E 4. 2) = Liber hymnorum [s. xiex-xiiin] f. 19vEarliest manuscript copy, with Middle Irish preface.
- London, British Library, MS Egerton 93 [s. xv (?)] f. 19rCopy positioned after the Middle Irish Life of St Patrick (Bethu Phátraic)
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 [s. xv – s. xviin] f. 7raEmbedded in the Middle Irish Life of St Patrick (Bethu Phátraic).
- London, British Library, MS Egerton 190  Modern copy written by Richard Tipper
- In addition, a phrase from the poem (‘cretim Treodataid, faisitin Oendatad’) is echoed, presumably cited, in the Middle Irish introduction to the Altus Prosator.n. 2 John Carey, King of Mysteries: early Irish religious writings (2000): 32 note 7; 277.
- Old Irish
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