Irish litany of the Trinity
- Middle Irish
- Irish religious texts, Irish prayers and hymns
- Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 6, cols 281-344 = Section of YBL p. 327 (facs.) col. 338The Yellow Book of Lecan version or Prayer of St Airerán the Wise. Begins in Latin, ‘O Deus Pater omnipotens Deus exercituum misereri nobis’ and continues the same phrase in Irish, ‘A Dé Athair uilechumachtaig, a Dé na slóg airchis din.’
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 III, (a) ff. 75B-100, (b) ff. 37-44 [s. xv] ff. 42a–42cbeginning: ‘Airchis dín, a Dé Athair uili-cumachtaig’The Rawlinson B 512 versio ascribed to Mugrón, heir of St Columba.
- London, British Library, MS Additional 30512 = Leabhar Uí Maolconaire [s. xv-xvi] f. 37beginning: ‘Aircis damh a Dhe h-uilechumachtaigh’A longer recension.
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 P 16 (Hodges & Smith 224, 1230) = Leabhar Breac [s. xvin] p. 74Fragment.
- Middle Irish
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