- Middle Irish
- Medieval Irish literary adaptations
Irish vernacular adaptation of Vergil’s Aeneid, produced perhaps in the 12th century.
- O thairnic tra do Grecaib slad ⁊ inrad ⁊ dithlaithriugud rig cathrach na Frigia .i. in Træ
- B = Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 P 12 = Book of Ballymote [1384 x 1406]pp. 449–485
- Dublin, University College, MS Franciscan A 11ff. 24a (l. 33)–49Not consulted by Calder. Incomplete: breaks off at line 2903 of Calder's edition's of the text.
- Dublin, King's Inns, MS 13 [s. xvex]Not consulted by Calder. Incomplete: breaks off at line 3137 of Calder's edition's of the text.
- Middle Irish
- (Possible) sources:
- Aeneis (Virgil)
- Irish story of Silvius
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