Murphy, Gerard





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Murphy, Gerard, Duanaire Finn: The book of the lays of Fionn, 3 vols, vol. 3: Introduction, notes, appendices and glossary, Irish Texts Society 43, London: Irish Texts Society, 1953.

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Volume
3
Work
Duanaire Finn: The book of the lays of Fionn : Introduction, notes, appendices and glossary- vol. 3 (3 vols)
Place
London
Publisher
Irish Texts Society
Year
1953
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Eoin MacNeill • Gerard Murphy, Duanaire Finn: The book of the lays of Fionn (1908–1953)
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A Lorcáin mheic Luighdhech láinA Oisin fuirigh ar DhíaA Oissín in ráidhe rinnA Oisín cía in fert donaA Oisín, is fada do shúanA bhean beir let mo léineA bhean labhrus rinn an laoídhA bhen dén folcadh mo chinnA cháorthuinn Clúana FertaA cloidhimh chléircín an chluigA lía Thulcha Tuaithe shuasA muicidh seolam sa sliabhAbair a Oisín mheic FinnAg so in fód in ar ghein FionnAgallamh Oisín agus PhádraigAithreos caithréim infir móirAn Seisior. tríar attigim ar deisiolAnocht fíor dheiredh na ffíanBruidhean chaorthainnCairdius Logha ré droing don FhéinCeisd agam ort a CháoilteCliabhán cuill cía do róineCláidhtear leibh leabadh OsguirCotail becán becán becCumain let a Oissin fhéilDi maccaib Uirrne UirbélDinnshenchas of Móin Gai GlaisDo bádus-sa úairDomhnach lodmair tar LúachairDuanaire FinnDubhach sin a Bhenn GhúalannDírgidh bhar sleagha sealgaEirigh suas a OissínEirigh suas a OscairEól damh senchus féine FinnFaoídh cluig do chúala a nDruim DheirgFiafraighis Patraic MachaFiondfile ba fer go líFleadh ros fúair Corbmac ó FhionnFuaramar séilg iar SamhuinFégthar tech Fhinn a nAlmhainFíamhain mac Foraigh go fíorFúar ar naghaigh a Loch LuigGorta chille críon lochaGuth gadhoir a gCnoc na RíoghIn ccúala tú fíana FinnInnis a Oisin echtaighIs cuimhin liom an imirtIs fada anocht a nOilfinnIss é súd colg in laoich láinLa da ndechaidh Fionn na bhfíanLa da rabhamur a nDún BóLa da raibh Fionn ag olLa da raibh Padraic a nDúnLa robhámar ar Slíabh TruimLeacht Guill do chráidh mo chroidheLige GuillLá do bhí sealg Shléibhe GuillennMaidhim in mhaidin fa ghlonnMairg fuil ar hiarraidh a BhrainMairg is muinnter do cléircibhMo mhaílacht ar chloinn BhaoísgneOenach indiu luid in ríSeilg Sléibhe na mBanSgriobh sin a Bhrógain sgribhinn (I)Sgríobh sin a Bhrogáin sgribhinn (II)Sgéla catha Cruinn MhónaSiothaí Cháilti cía ros fúairTríar láoch do chúadhmor do sheilgTrúag sin a Chaílte a charaUathadh damh sa coirthesoUchán asgíeth mo ríogh réilÉuchtach inghen Díermatta
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Somhairle Mac DomhnaillMac Domhnaill (Somhairle) (c. 1586–1632) – (Captain) Somhairle Mac Domhnaill, soldier who belonged to Clann Dhomhnaill of Co. Antrim; ended up in Flanders in 1616 to join the Irish regiment of the Spanish army; a patron who commissioned the compilation of Irish manuscripts.
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Aodh Ó DochartaighÓ Dochartaigh (Aodh) / Doharty (Don Hugo) (fl. 17th century, first half) – Irish soldier and scribe. His patron was Capt. Somhairle Mac Domhnaill for whom he compiled two volumes of Irish verse, namely volume b of UCD Franciscan MS A 20 (Duanaire Finn) and the Book of the O'Conor Don.
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Foreword
iii–vi
“Introduction”
ix
“Notes on the poems”
3
Appendices
[App. A] “Orally preserved Fionn helper-tales”
177
[App. B] “Literary tales and folkstory-tellers”
188
[App. C] “On the use of the words ‘literature’, ‘unlettered’, etc.”
189
[App. D] “Antiquity of many Irish folktale motifs”
192
[App. E] “Attaching of the same folk theme to different fictional of historical figures”
194
[App. F] “On the use of non-essential resemblance to establish real influence of one story on another”
197
[App. G] “Gwynn ap Nudd”
198
[App. H] “Celtic divine synonyms”
205
[App. I] “Donu and Túatha Dé Donann”
208
[App. J] “Former theories concerning the origin of the Fionn cycle”
210
[App. K] “A. G. van Hamel's views concerning the origin of the Arthurian cycle and the Fionn cycle”
213
[App. L] “Some documents concerning the scribe of Duanaire Finn and his patron”
217
“Glossary”
“Addenda and corrigenda”
430
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen