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CODECS: Online Database and eResources for Celtic Studies
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Photograph of the Grianán of Ailech, Co. Donegal, kindly made available by Greg Clarke at flickr.com (CC BY 2.0). Two figures have been added to the original image: a scribe (left), based on a manuscript of Gerald of Wales’ Topographia Hiberniae, and a poet and harp-player (right), based on a woodcut in The image of Irelande by John Derricke.

The *selgā catalogue for Celtic studies

An ongoing collaborative project for Celtic studies that is building a web-based resource for teaching and research. Its core features are a tightly integrated catalogue of texts (1599 entries) and manuscripts (840 entries) together with a bibliography (15585 entries).


Recently modified:
Breandán Ó Conchúir, Scríobhaithe Chorcaí, 1700-1850 (1982) • Alexander B. Grosart, The Lismore papers (second series): viz. autobiographical notes, remembrances and diaries of Sir Richard Boyle, first and ‘great’ earl of Cork (1888) • John T. Collins, ‘Notes: The Book of Lismore’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 52 (1947) • John T. Collins, ‘When Cork city declared war: with notes on some McCarthys of West Cork’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 52 (1947) • Kathleen Mulchrone, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy (1926–1970) • Doris Edel, ‘The insular-Celtic narrative tradition between orality and literacy’ in The Celtic west and Europe... (2001) • Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, ‘Prosopographical analysis of Táin bó Cuailnge in a historical setting’ in New methods in the research of epic / Neue Methoden der Epenforschung... (1998)...

Tionscadal na Nod

An annotated collection of abbreviations and other scribal devices from vernacular Irish manuscripts, intended to make it easier for students and others to read, explore and enjoy the work of Irish scribes. This initiative was conceived in 2011 and arose from a discussion on OLD-IRISH-L, an electronic mailing list devoted to early Irish language and literature.

A random selection:


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Other e-resources

Forthcoming

CODECS is published online by Stichting A. G. van Hamel voor Keltische Studies (A. G. van Hamel Foundation for Celtic Studies) under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) licence. Designed, directed and maintained by Dennis Groenewegen.