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Trí bior-ghaoithe an bháis‘The three shafts of death’

Keating (Geoffrey)
  • Early Modern Irish
  • Irish literature
A treatise written c. 1631 by Geoffrey Keating (Seathrún Céitinn) in which he reflects on the nature of life and death.
Author
Geoffrey KeatingKeating (Geoffrey) / Céitinn (Seathrún) – Irish priest, historian and poet; author of Foras feasa ar Éirinn
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Language
  • Early Modern Irish

Classification

Irish literature

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[ed.] Bergin, Osborn, Geoffrey Keating. Trí bior-ghaoithe an bháis: The three shafts of death, 2nd ed., Dublin: Hodges Figgis, 1931.
CELT – text: <link>
[ed.] Atkinson, Robert [ed.], Trí bior-ghaoithe an bháis (‘The three shafts of death’) of Rev. Geoffrey Keating, Irish Manuscript Series 2.1, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1890.
Internet Archive: <link>, <link>
with corrigenda on p. 462
Translation wanted.
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