verse beg. In mac ndíaid a athar a nArd Mauchai
- Early Irish poetry
- In mac ndíaid a athar a nArd Mauchai
- Is mairg thairgeubhai a hairisne a luc tíri na n-Gáidhel
- London, British Library, MS Harleian 5280 [s. xviin] f. 41v
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 5, cols 217-280 = YBL section  p. 410a col. 227
- London, British Library, MS Additional 30512 = Leabhar Uí Maolconaire [s. xv-xvi] f. 19rbbeginning: ‘Mairg tairgeba aimsir derigh domuin i mbiad in mac i ndiaid ind athar ind Ardmacha’
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS D ii 1 (1225) = Leabhar Uí Mhaine (The Book of Uí Maine)  ff. 61(118)vb.i–62(119)ra.5heading: ‘Buili Bicc meic De’beginning: ‘Is mairg tairgebe a airisne’Fragment comprising lines 1-19. This text was not used by Meyer.
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 N 10 (Betham 145, 967) = Book of Ballycummin [s. xvi] pp. 93.i–94.10heading: ‘Beg mac Dé ro-chan anso sis’beginning: ‘Is maircc tairceba airessni a llucc tire na nGoidel’
A gloss to Comarbada Pátraic regarding the succession of Dub Dá Léithe, abbot of Armagh, by his son (Connmach) refers to the prophecy by Becc mac Dé (mac Duib da Lethi is e sin in mac i ndiad a athair ut prophetauit Bec mac De - see Haggart, p. 48, below).
- Comarbada Pátraic
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