Thurneysen, Rudolf






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Thurneysen, Rudolf, Die irische Helden- und Königsage bis zum siebzehnten Jahrhundert, Halle: Niemeyer, 1921.

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Die irische Helden- und Königsage bis zum siebzehnten Jahrhundert
Place
Halle
Publisher
Niemeyer
Year
1921
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Part 1 (chapters 1-23): Allgemeines; Part 2 (chapters 1-85): Die Ulter Sage
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Vorwort
iii–iv
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Inhalt
v–x
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Abkürzungen - Abbreviation used
xi–
Erster Teil: Allgemeines
1–86
[1.1] “Einleitung” link
Introduction.
3–11
[1.2] “Überlieferung and Zeitbestimmung” link
11–15
[1.3] “Die Handschrift von Druim Snechta(i)” link
15–18
[1.4] “Flannacān mac Cellaich” link
19
[1.5] “Cormacs Glossar” link
19–20
[1.6] “Cinæd ua h-Artacāin” link
20–21
[1.7] “Die Sagenlisten” link
21–24
[1.8.] “Der Kompilator”
24–27
[1.9] “LU und der Interpolator”
27
[1.10] “Rawl. 502”
32
[1.11] “Der Bearbeiter C der Tāin bō Cuailnge”
33
[1.12] “Das Buch von Leinster (LL)”
33
[1.13] “Dinnshenchas”
36
[1.14] “Gilla Mo-Dutu und das Banshenchas”
Gilla Mo Dutu Úa CaisideGilla Mo Dutu Úa Caiside (fl. c. 1147) – Irish poet, credited as the author of Éri óg inis na náem and Ádam óenathair na ndóene (the metrical Banshenchas).
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46
[1.15] “Lebor Gabāla und Acallam na Senōrach”
47
[1.16] “Cōir Anmann”
48
[1.17] “Die Handschriften D.4.2., GBL, BB und das Buch von Lecan”
50
[1.18] “Das Buch des Dekans von Lismore”
52
[1.19] “Keating”
Keywords: Geoffrey Keating
52
[1.20] “Die Form der Sagentexte”
53–
[1.21] “Erzähler, Verfasser und Dichter der Sagen”
65–
[1.22] “Land und Leute”
74–
[1.23] “Sprachliche Bemerkungen”
85
Zweiter Teil: Die Ulter Sage
Keywords: Ulster Cycle
87–670
[2.1] “Einleitendes zur Ulter Sage”
Keywords: Ulster Cycle
89–
[2.2] “Tāin bō Cuailnge "Das Wegtreiben der Rinder von Cuailnge"”
96–
[2.3] “Fassung I (die sogenannte LU-Version)”
99
[2.4] “Fassung II”
113
[2.5] “Fassung III”
117
[2.6] “Inhalt der Fassungen I, II, III der Tāin bō Cuailnge”
118–219
[2.7] “Der Kampf CūChulainns mit Fer Diad”
219
[2.8] “Die Interpelazionen in Fassung I”
235
[2.9] “Die Einleitung in Fassung II”
241
[2.10] “Dinnshenchas”
245
[2.11] “Remscēla Tāna bō Cuailnge”
248
[2.12] “Faillsigud tāna bō Cuailnge”
251–267
[2.13] “Compert ConCulainn”
268–273
[2.14] “Compert Conchobuir”
273–276
[2.15] “De chophur in dā mucado (mucido)”
276–284
[2.16] “Tāin bō Fraich”
285–295
[2.17] “Tochmarc Treblainne”
296–300
[2.18] “Aislinge Ænguso”
300–303
[2.19] “Tāin bō Dartada”
303–306
[2.20] “Tāin bō Regamain”
306–309
[2.21] “Tāin bō Regamna”
309–311
[2.22] “Echtra Nerai”
311–317
[2.23] “Tāin bō Flidais”
317–320
[2.24] “Fochonn loingse Fergusa meic Roig”
321–322
[2.25] “Loingse mac n-Uislenn (n-Uisnig)”
I. (pp. 323-327); II. Oided mac n-Uisnig (Oidhe Chloinne Uisneach) “Der Tod der Söhne (Kinder) Uisnech's” (pp. 327-334); III. Der Fortsetzer (Tain bo Flidaise II) (pp. 334-351).
322–351
[2.26] “Tochmarc Ferbe oder Fis Conchobair”
351–359
[2.27] “Ces Ulad”
Texts: Ces Ulad
359–363
[2.28] “Cath Ruis na Rig”
363–376
[2.29] “Die sonstigen CūChulainn-sagen”
376
[2.30] “Verba Scāthaige”
376–377
[2.31] “Tochmarc Ēmire (Ēmere)”
377–396
[2.32] “Foglaim ConCulainn”
396–403
[2.33] “CūChulainns Zweikampf mit seinem Sohn”
403–412
[2.34] “Serglige Con Culainn ocus ænēt Ēmire”
413–420
[2.35] “Aided (Lugdach Riab n-Derg ocus) Derbfhorgaill”
420–428
[2.36] “Ēmer und Tuir Glesta”
428–429
[2.37] “Forfes Fer Fālchae”
429–431
[2.38] “Dinnshenchas von Ailech”
431
[2.39] “Aided ConRoi I”
431–435
[2.40] “Amra ConRoi”
435
[2.41] “Andere Fassungen der CūRoi-Sage”
436–440
[2.42] “Aided ConRoi II”
440–444
[2.43] “Zwei Gedichten auf CūRoi”
Cú RoíCú Roí / Cú Roí mac Dáiri / Cú Roí mac Dáire (ass. time-frame: Ulster Cycle) – warrior and king of Munster in tales of the Ulster Cycle
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444–446
[2.44] “Die verlorene Sage von Fiamain mac Foroi”
Cú RoíCú Roí / Cú Roí mac Dáiri / Cú Roí mac Dáire (ass. time-frame: Ulster Cycle) – warrior and king of Munster in tales of the Ulster Cycle
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Fiamain mac ForroiFiamain mac Forroi
Entry reserved for but not yet available from the subject index.
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446–447
[2.45] “Fled Bricrenn”
447–467
[2.46] “Fled Bricrenn ocus longes mac n-Duil Dermait”
467–473
[2.47] “Mesca Ulad”
Texts: Mesca Ulad
473–484
[2.48] “Aided Guill meic Carbada ocus aided Gairb Glinne Rige\”
485–489
[2.49] “Comracc ConCulainn re Senbecc ua n-Ebricc a Segais”
490–491
[2.50] “Aus dem Dinnshenchas”
491–493
[2.51] “Scēl mucce Maic Dātho”
494–500
[2.52] “Aus dem Dinnshenchas”
501–505
[2.53] “Cath Ētair”
505–512
[2.54] “Weitere Geschichten von Athirne”
512–515
[2.55] “Tochmarc Luaine ocus aided Athirni”
515–518
[2.56] “Nēde mac Aduai”
518–524
[2.57] “Conchobors Haushalt”
524–527
[2.58] “Cath Lettrech Ruide (Ruige)”
527–529
[2.59] “Cocad Fergusa (Ferguis) ocus Conchobair”
529–531
[2.60] “Ferchuitred Medba oder Cath Boinne”
531–534
[2.61] “Aided Chonchobuir”
534–539
[2.62] “Echtra Fergusa maic Lēte”
539–547
[2.63] “Brislech mōr Maige Muirtheimne oder ConCulainn”
547–567
[2.64] “Siaburcharpat ConCulainn”
567–571
[2.65] “Aided Cheltchair maic Uthechair (Uthidir)”
571–574
[2.66] “Aided Lægairi Buadaig”
574–575
[2.67] “Aided Fergusa maic Roig (Roich)”
575–576
[2.68] “Aided Ceit maic Māgach oder Orgain Bēlchon (Bēlcon) Brēifne”
577–578
[2.69] “Aided Ailella ocus Conaill Cernaig”
579–583
[2.70] “Aided Meidbe”
583–586
[2.71] “Bruiden Da-Chocæ”
586–594
[2.72] “Cath Airtig”
594–597
[2.73] “Der Sagenkreis von Ētāin und Conaire Mōr”
597
[2.74] “Tochmarc Ētāine”
598–604
[2.75] “De gabāil int shīda”
604–605
[2.76] “Aus dem Dinnshenchas”
605–610
[2.77] “Das zweite Werben um Ētāin”
610–612
[2.78] “Das dritte Werben um Ētāin”
612–616
[2.79] “Aus dem Dinnshenchas”
616–618
[2.80] “De shīl Conairi Mōir”
619–621
[2.81] “Togail bruidne Ui Dergæ (Da-Derga)”
621–652
[2.82] “Aus dem Dinnshenchas”
653–657
[2.83] “Die Kompilazion in Egerton 1782”
657–663
[2.84] “De maccaib Conairi”
663–666
[2.85] “Rückblick”
666–670
“Nachträge und Berichtigungen”
671–672
“Verzeichnis”
673–708
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen