O'Rahilly, T. F.






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O'Rahilly, T. F., Early Irish history and mythology, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1946.

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Early Irish history and mythology
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Dublin
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Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Year
1946
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Heiermeier, A. M., “‘The British and Goidelic element in Ireland’: notes and suggestions on T. F. O’Rahilly’s Early Irish history and mythology”, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 82:1 (1952): 37–44.
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O'Rahilly, T. F., “Notes on Early Irish history and mythology: [1] The five provinces, [2] Additions and corrections”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 387–402.
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