O'Curry, Eugene






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O'Curry, Eugene, and W. K. Sullivan [ed.], On the manners and customs of the ancient Irish: a series of lectures, 3 vols, vol. 2: Lectures, vol. 1, London, 1873.

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2
Work
On the manners and customs of the ancient Irish: a series of lectures : Lectures, vol. 1- vol. 2 (3 vols)
Place
London
Year
1873
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Comgán Mac Dá CherdaComgán Mac Dá Cherda / Mac Dá Cherda (fl. first half of the 7th century) – poet and fool (óinmit) in Irish literature; a son of Máel Ochtraig (king of the Déisi Muman) and a contemporary of Cummíne Fota.
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[I, Lecture I] “Of the civilization of the people of ancient Erinn”
1–23
[I-II, Lecture II] “Of legislation in ancient Erinn”
24–47
[III, Lecture III] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (1)”
48–68
[III, Lecture IV] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (2)”
69–89
[III, Lecture V] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (3)”
90–114
[III, Lecture VI] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (4)”
115–135
[III, Lecture VII] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (5)”
136–157
[III, Lecture VIII] “Of education and literature in ancient Erinn (6)”
158–178
[IV, Lecture IX] “Of druids and druidism in ancient Erinn (1)”
179–202
[IV, Lecture X] “Of druids and druidism in ancient Erinn (2)”
203–228
[V, Lecture XI] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (1)”
229–247
[V, Lecture XII] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (2)”
248–278
[V, Lecture XIII] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (3)”
279–294
[V, Lecture XIV] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (4)”
295–312
[V, Lecture XV] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (5)”
313–333
[V, Lecture XVI] “Of weapons and warfare in ancient Erinn (6)”
334–353
[VI, Lecture XVII] “Of military education in ancient Erinn (1)”
353–373
[VI, Lecture XVIII] “Of military education in ancient Erinn (2)”
375–392
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Dennis Groenewegen