Texts

    Immacallam in dá thúarad‘The colloquy of the two sages’

    • Medieval Irish literature about poets, Medieval Irish wisdom literature, Ulster Cycle
    Early Irish wisdom text
    Manuscripts

    The oldest manuscripts, used by Stokes:

    1. Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1339 (H 2. 18) = Book of Leinster [s. xii2]
      pp. 186–188
       
      This copy breaks off halfway through the text (§ 233).
    2. Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 502 2 = Lebar Glinne Dá Locha (?) [1125 x 1150]
      ff. 60a 2 – 62b 2
    3. Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 15, cols. 500-572 = YBL section [1408]
      pp. 241b–251b cols 549–569
    Other copies
    Textual relationships

    Classification

    Medieval Irish literature about poets Medieval Irish wisdom literature Ulster Cycle

    Sources

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    [ed.] [tr.] Stokes, Whitley [ed. and tr.], “The colloquy of the two sages”, Revue Celtique 26 (1905): 4–64, 284–285 (corrigenda).
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    Based on LL, Rawlinson B 502 and YBL.
    [tr.] Draak, Maartje, and Frida de Jong (trs.), De lastige schare, gevolgd door vijf anekdoten over dichtergeleerden, Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 1990.
    101–105 Selected passages, in Dutch translation, from the prose introduction.
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