verse beg. Fil and grian Glinne (h)Aí
- Old Irish
- Early Irish poetry, Ulster Cycle
- Fil and grian Glinne (h)Aí
See more Anonymous [apprentice of Banbán]Anonymous ... apprentice of Banbán
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- Cín Dromma Snechtai [s.viii / s. xin] The manuscript is now lost, but an extract from it made by one Gilla Comáin Ó Congaláin is cited as a source in the Egerton 88 copy. The gloss (e.g. Rawlinson B 512, f. 52va) also refers to the Cin Droma.
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 I, (a) ff. 101-122, (b) ff. 1-36, (c) ff. 45-52 [s. xv / s. xvi] ff. 52rb–52vProse introduction, gloss and poem
- Stockholm, Kungliga biblioteket, MS Vitterhet Engelsk II [s. xvi] p. 1a
- London, British Library, MS Egerton 88 [c. 1564] f. 14rAccording to the colophon, this copy (or at least the poem) derives from the Cín Dromma Snechtai.
- Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 2 (Phillipps 7021) [s. xiv-xv] ff. 34vb–35rbPoem with interlinear gloss, followed by the prose account
- Old Irish
Verse, with prose introduction.
Selected phrases from the poem are cited in O'Davoren's glossary, e.g. s.v. farthud, fer tuinne and forcán (§§ 1013-1015) and grian Glinne hUi (§ 1058).
- O'Davoren's glossary
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