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Oidheadh Chonlaoich (mic Con gCulainn)‘The violent death of Conlaoch (son of Cú Chulainn)’

  • Early Modern Irish
  • prose
  • Ulster Cycle

Early modern prose version of the story known in earlier versions as Aided óenfir Aífe.

Manuscripts

Manuscripts include:

Language
  • Early Modern Irish
Form
prose (primary)
Textual relationships

Classification

Ulster Cycle

Subject tags

Cú ChulainnCú Chulainn – Young Ulster hero and chief character of Táin bó Cuailnge and other tales of the Ulster Cycle; son of Súaltam or Lug and Deichtire (sister to Conchobor); husband of Emer (ingen Forgaill)
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ScáthachScáthach (ass. time-frame: Conchobar mac Nessa, Ulster Cycle) – A warrior woman and instructor of warriors in the Ulster Cycle, notably responsible for training the hero Cú Chulainn.
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Aífe ingen AirdgemeAífe ingen Airdgeme (ass. time-frame: Subject:Ulster Cycle) – Character in the Ulster Cycle of Irish literature, notably the tragic tale Aided óenfir Aífe. When the Ulster hero Cú Chulainn stays in Alba to receive training-in-arms from Scáthach (her mother or sister), Aífe has an affair with him and later gives birth to his only son. In the Yellow Book of Lecan version, Aífe is called a daughter of one Ardgeimm.
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ConnlaConnla
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Sources

Primary sources Text editions and/or modern translations – in whole or in part – along with publications containing additions and corrections, if known. Diplomatic editions, facsimiles and digital image reproductions of the manuscripts are not always listed here but may be found in entries for the relevant manuscripts. For historical purposes, early editions, transcriptions and translations are not excluded, even if their reliability does not meet modern standards.

[ed.] Walsh, Paul [ed.], “Oidheadh Chonlaoich mic Con gCulainn”, in: Cuallacht Chuilm Cille (ed.), Éigse suadh is seanchaidh, Gaelic Revival Collection, Dublin: Gill, 1909. 13–28 (edition), 59–71 (notes).
Tionscnaimh.fng.ie – Edited text from pp. 13-28: <link>
From three Maynooth manuscripts, chief of which is Maynooth MS O'Renehan 70.

Secondary sources (select)

Thurneysen, Rudolf, Die irische Helden- und Königsage bis zum siebzehnten Jahrhundert, Halle: Niemeyer, 1921. 
comments: Part 1 (chapters 1-23): Allgemeines; Part 2 (chapters 1-85): Die Ulter Sage
Internet Archive: <link>
408–412 Aided Chonlæich mic ConCulainn.
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen
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