O'Curry, Eugene






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O'Curry, Eugene, Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the sessions of 1855 and 1856, Dublin, 1861.

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Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the sessions of 1855 and 1856
Place
Dublin
Year
1861
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O'Curry, Eugene [tr.], “The MSS. remains of professor O'Curry in the Catholic University: i. Prayer of St. Colga; ii. Prayer of St. Aireran the Wise, ob. 664; iii. The rule of St. Carthach”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 1 (1865): 4–12, 63–64, 112–118. 
comments: Posthumous publication of three translations by Eugene O'Curry, each of them introduced by the editors of the journal (‘a society of clergymen under episcopal sanction’):
  1. ‘Prayer of St. Colga’, a translation of the Scúap Chrábaid, a litany in YBL, described and partially edited in O'Curry 1861: 379-380, 614-615 (Appendix CXXII). The editors write: “Through the gracious permission of their Lordships the Board of the Catholic University, who placed at our disposal the manuscripts belonging to the late lamented Mr. O'Curry, now in possession of the University, we are enabled to give our readers this interesting and valuable document.”
  2. ‘Prayer of St. Aireran the Wise’
  3. ‘The rule of St. Carthach’
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Other editions or printings
Hull, Eleanor [ed.], The Cuchullin saga in Irish literature: being a collection of stories relating to the hero Cuchullin, Grimm Library 8, London, 1898.
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Contents:

“Preface”
v–xii
[Lecture I] “Introduction/ Of the lost books, etc.”
1–25
[Lecture II] “Of the earliest existing manuscripts”
Keywords: Irish manuscripts
29–51
[Lecture III] “Of the early historic writers. The ancient annals.”
Keywords: Irish annals
52–73
[Lecture IV] “The ancient annals (continued)”
Keywords: Irish annals
74–92
[Lecture V] “The ancient annals (continued)”
Keywords: Irish annals
93–119
[Lecture VI] “The ancient annals (continued)”
Keywords: Irish annals
120–139
[Lecture VII] “The ancient annals (continued)”
Keywords: Irish annals
140–161
[Lecture VIII] “The works of the Four Masters”
162–180
[Lecture X] “Of the books of genealogies and pedigrees”
Keywords: Irish genealogies
203–228
[Lecture XI] “On the existing ancient histories. The historic tales”
Keywords: Cycles of the Kings
229–250
[Lecture XII] “The historic tales (continued)”
Keywords: Cycles of the Kings
251–272
[Lecture XIII] “The historic tales (continued)”
Keywords: Cycles of the Kings
273–295
[Lecture XIV] “Of the imaginative tales and poems”
296–319
[Lecture XVI] “Of the early ecclesiastical MSS”
Keywords: Irish manuscripts
339–351
[Lecture XVII] “Of the early ecclesiastical MSS (continued), of the so-called 'prophecies'”
Keywords: Irish manuscripts
372–391
[Lecture XIX] “Of the so-called 'prophecies' (continued)”
392–411
[Lecture XX] “Of the so-called 'prophecies' (continued)”
Keywords: Prophecy of Berchán
412–434
[Lecture XXI] “Recapitulation. How the history or Erinn is to be written”
435–458
“Appendices”
461–648
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen