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Barbara Hillers, ‘The abbot of Druimenaig: genderbending in Gaelic tradition’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 15 (1995)

Henri Gaidoz, ‘Du changement de sexe dans les contes celtiques’, Revue de l'Histoire des Religions 57 (1906)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Story of the Abbot of Druimenaig, who was changed into a woman’ in Anecdota from Irish manuscripts... (1907)

Tadhg Ó Siocháin, The case of the abbot of Drimnagh: a medieval Irish story of sex-change (2017)

John Carey, The Mythological Cycle of medieval Irish literature (2018)

Timothy O'Neill, ‘Initial wanderings: continuity and development of the smaller initials in Irish manuscripts, c.500-c.1500’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Heather Pulliam, ‘Cognition, colour and number in the Book of Durrow and other Insular gospel books’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Mark Stansbury, ‘Wandering hands: Usserianus Primus and the movements of scripts’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Dominique Barbet-Massin, ‘The circular drawing in the Book of Mulling and its relationship to the Fleury Prayer Book’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Claire Breay, ‘Exhibiting the Lindisfarne Gospels’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Susie Bioletti • Allyson Smith, ‘Shining a light on the pigments of early Irish manuscripts’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Carol Ann Farr, ‘Reused, rescued, recycled: the art historical and palaeographic contexts of the Irish fragments, St Gallen Codex 1395’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Colleen M. Thomas, ‘Monastic dress and the appearance of sanctity: the evangelists’ shoes’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Francis L. Newton • Robert Gary Babcock, ‘Fragments of a Latin gospel book in Insular majuscule similar to the script of the Book of Kells’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Rachel Moss, ‘Garland of Howth (TCD MS 56)’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Paul Mullarkey, ‘Faint steps: a note on the transmission of materials and techniques among goldsmith, illuminator and scribe’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Felicity O'Mahony, ‘God is in the detail: observations on the Book of Kells, folios 8r and 130r’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, ‘The earliest Echternach liturgical manuscript fragments: Irish or Anglo-Saxon?’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

William Endres, ‘‘Oh Lord, make haste to help me’: prayer and imagery atop canon table II in the Book of Kells’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

John Gillis • Bernard Meehan, ‘Examining the Book of Dimma, the scribe Dianchride and Gospel of John’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Denis Casey, ‘How many cows did it take to make the Book of Kells?’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Michelle P. Brown, ‘Hagiography or history? Early medieval approaches to establishing origin and provenance for Insular copies of scripture’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Peter Fox, ‘Bernard Meehan: a personal recollection’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften: Aus Laud 615. Mughrón cecinit [etc.]’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915)

Paul Byrne, ‘The northern boundary of Múscraige Tίre’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Michael Clarke, ‘The extended prologue of Togail Troί: from Adam to the wars of Troy’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Deborah Hayden, ‘On the meaning of two medieval Irish medical terms: derg dásachtach and rúad (fh)rasach’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Cathal G. Ó Háinle, ‘Ab fίréanda fada ó shin’: a detached apologue?’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Damian McManus, ‘In defence of manslaughter: two poems by Muireadhach Leasa an Doill/Albanach Ó Dálaigh for Domhnall Mór (mac Éigneacháin) Ó Domhnaill († 1241)’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Liam Breatnach, ‘Varia I [1. De duodecim abusivis saeculi in mediaeval Ireland; 2. ané, aná and an example in bardic syntactical tracts]’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Damian McManus, ‘Varia II. Classical Irish miscellanea’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Whitley Stokes, ‘The Irish verses, notes and glosses in Harl. 1802’, Revue Celtique 8 (1887)

Brent Miles, ‘The rewriting of Hiberno-Latin instruction to kings in later medieval Ireland: the Sermo ad reges and ‘The royal teaching of Solomon’’ in Adapting texts and styles in a Celtic context... (2016)

Standish Hayes O'Grady, ‘Le roi David & le mendiant’, Mélusine: recueil de mythologie, littérature populaire, traditions et usages 4 (1889)

Henri Gaidoz, ‘Les trois clercs & le chat: légende chrétienne de l’Irlande’, Mélusine: recueil de mythologie, littérature populaire, traditions et usages 4 (1888–1889)

Paul Grosjean, ‘King David and the beggar’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

J. G. O'Keeffe, ‘Duan Chatháin: genealogies of the Uí Eachach of Munster from Corc of Cashel (c. 430) to Tadhg O Donoghue (c. 1320)’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘The white blackbirds of the eastern world’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Tomás Ó Raghallaigh, ‘The Magauran duanaire’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Tomás Ó Raghallaigh, ‘Millte Eri d'imthnudh Ghaidhel’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Joseph Vendryes, ‘Deux poèmes moraux du xviie siècle’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Notes on the original names of Irish saints’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Ascetic practices of Colum CIlle’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Prophecy ascribed to St Senan’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Poems on St Senan’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Kuno Meyer, ‘A medley of Irish texts: XII. King David and the Beggar’, Archiv für celtische Lexikographie 3 (1907)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Anecdota from Irish MSS’, Gaelic Journal 4 (1891)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Anecdota from Irish MSS: 9. Book of Leinster, p. 282 a’, Gaelic Journal 4 (1891)

Kate Louise Mathis, ‘Gaelic gemina opera? The verse and prose texts of Saltair na rann and Scél saltrach na rann’, Scottish Gaelic Studies 28 (2011)

Axel Harlos, ‘Three sheepish episodes from Scél saltrach na rann as contained in the Leabhar Breac’ in Allerlei Keltisches. Studien zu Ehren von Erich Poppe. Studies in honour of Erich Poppe... (2011)


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Barbara Hillers, ‘The abbot of Druimenaig: genderbending in Gaelic tradition’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 15 (1995)

Henri Gaidoz, ‘Du changement de sexe dans les contes celtiques’, Revue de l'Histoire des Religions 57 (1906)

John Carey, The Mythological Cycle of medieval Irish literature (2018)

Tadhg Ó Siocháin, The case of the abbot of Drimnagh: a medieval Irish story of sex-change (2017)

Heather Pulliam, ‘Cognition, colour and number in the Book of Durrow and other Insular gospel books’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Claire Breay, ‘Exhibiting the Lindisfarne Gospels’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Susie Bioletti • Allyson Smith, ‘Shining a light on the pigments of early Irish manuscripts’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Carol Ann Farr, ‘Reused, rescued, recycled: the art historical and palaeographic contexts of the Irish fragments, St Gallen Codex 1395’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Colleen M. Thomas, ‘Monastic dress and the appearance of sanctity: the evangelists’ shoes’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Francis L. Newton • Robert Gary Babcock, ‘Fragments of a Latin gospel book in Insular majuscule similar to the script of the Book of Kells’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Rachel Moss, ‘Garland of Howth (TCD MS 56)’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Paul Mullarkey, ‘Faint steps: a note on the transmission of materials and techniques among goldsmith, illuminator and scribe’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Timothy O'Neill, ‘Initial wanderings: continuity and development of the smaller initials in Irish manuscripts, c.500-c.1500’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Felicity O'Mahony, ‘God is in the detail: observations on the Book of Kells, folios 8r and 130r’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, ‘The earliest Echternach liturgical manuscript fragments: Irish or Anglo-Saxon?’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

William Endres, ‘‘Oh Lord, make haste to help me’: prayer and imagery atop canon table II in the Book of Kells’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Dominique Barbet-Massin, ‘The circular drawing in the Book of Mulling and its relationship to the Fleury Prayer Book’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

John Gillis • Bernard Meehan, ‘Examining the Book of Dimma, the scribe Dianchride and Gospel of John’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Denis Casey, ‘How many cows did it take to make the Book of Kells?’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Mark Stansbury, ‘Wandering hands: Usserianus Primus and the movements of scripts’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Michelle P. Brown, ‘Hagiography or history? Early medieval approaches to establishing origin and provenance for Insular copies of scripture’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Peter Fox, ‘Bernard Meehan: a personal recollection’ in An Insular odyssey... (2017)

Paul Byrne, ‘The northern boundary of Múscraige Tίre’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Michael Clarke, ‘The extended prologue of Togail Troί: from Adam to the wars of Troy’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Deborah Hayden, ‘On the meaning of two medieval Irish medical terms: derg dásachtach and rúad (fh)rasach’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Cathal G. Ó Háinle, ‘Ab fίréanda fada ó shin’: a detached apologue?’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Damian McManus, ‘In defence of manslaughter: two poems by Muireadhach Leasa an Doill/Albanach Ó Dálaigh for Domhnall Mór (mac Éigneacháin) Ó Domhnaill († 1241)’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Liam Breatnach, ‘Varia I [1. De duodecim abusivis saeculi in mediaeval Ireland; 2. ané, aná and an example in bardic syntactical tracts]’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Damian McManus, ‘Varia II. Classical Irish miscellanea’, Ériu 64 (2014)

Standish Hayes O'Grady, ‘Le roi David & le mendiant’, Mélusine: recueil de mythologie, littérature populaire, traditions et usages 4 (1889)

Paul Grosjean, ‘The white blackbirds of the eastern world’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘King David and the beggar’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Tomás Ó Raghallaigh, ‘The Magauran duanaire’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Tomás Ó Raghallaigh, ‘Millte Eri d'imthnudh Ghaidhel’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Joseph Vendryes, ‘Deux poèmes moraux du xviie siècle’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Notes on the original names of Irish saints’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Ascetic practices of Colum CIlle’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Prophecy ascribed to St Senan’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Paul Grosjean, ‘Poems on St Senan’ in Irish texts, fasciculus IV... (1934)

Kuno Meyer, ‘Anecdota from Irish MSS: 9. Book of Leinster, p. 282 a’, Gaelic Journal 4 (1891)

Kate Louise Mathis, ‘Gaelic gemina opera? The verse and prose texts of Saltair na rann and Scél saltrach na rann’, Scottish Gaelic Studies 28 (2011)

Axel Harlos, ‘Three sheepish episodes from Scél saltrach na rann as contained in the Leabhar Breac’ in Allerlei Keltisches. Studien zu Ehren von Erich Poppe. Studies in honour of Erich Poppe... (2011)

Gregory J. Darling, The Cross legends of the Leabhar Breac: a critical edition, translation, and commentary (2003)

Gustav Schirmer, Die Kreuzlegenden im Leabhar Breac (1886)

Bianca Ross, Bildungsidol, Ritter, Held: Herkules bei William Caxton und Uilliam Mac an Lega (1989)

Erich Poppe • Regine Reck, ‘Rewriting Bevis in Wales and Ireland’ in Sir Bevis of Hampton in literary tradition... (2008)

Jennifer Fellows (ed.) • Ivana Djordjević (ed.), Sir Bevis of Hampton in literary tradition (2008)

Gearóid Mac Eoin, ‘The Greek background to Stair Ercuil ocus a bás’ in Translations from classical literature... (2006)

Louis Lemoine (ed.) • Bernard Merdrignac (ed.), Corona monastica: moines bretons de Landévennec. Histoire et mémoire celtiques. Mélanges offerts au père Marc Simon (2004)

Niall Rudd, ‘Dr Johnson and the Irish’, Hermathena 187 (2009)


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