Meyer, Kuno [ed. and tr.]






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Meyer, Kuno [ed. and tr.], Hibernica minora, being a fragment of an Old-Irish treatise on the Psalter, Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Series 8, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1894.

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Hibernica minora, being a fragment of an Old-Irish treatise on the Psalter
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Clarendon Press
Year
1894
Series
Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Series 8
Online resources
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link – external link resource: The Internet Archive (archive.org)
linkErchoitmed ingine Gulidi (ed. and tr.) resource: Thesaurus Linguae Hibernicae (TLH)
Related publications
General
Ó Néill, Pádraig P., “The Old-Irish treatise on the psalter and its Hiberno-Latin background”, Ériu 30 (1979): 148–164.
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“Introduction”
v–xiv
“Addenda and corrigenda”
xv
“The Rawlinson text of the treatise on the Psalter”
1–14
“Various readings from MS. Harleian 5280”
15–18
“Revised text and translation” link
An Old Irish treatise on the Psalter
20–37
[Appendix]
Supplement to Mr. Whitley Stokes' description of the contents of Rawlinson B. 512 ... Tripartite Life pp. xiv-xlv
39–50
[Appendix] “Kailleoracht”
39–41
[Appendix] “Teist Choemáin Chlúana”
41–42
[Appendix] “Mugrón’s invocation of the Trinity”
42–44
[Appendix] “Poem on the Maledictive Psalms”
44–46
[Appendix] “Dá Choca’s poem: Fíl and grian Glinne Aí”
46–48
[Appendix] “Quatrains on Beltaine, &c.” link
48–49
[Appendix] “Compert Conchobair”
50
[Appendix] “The story of Mac Dáthó’s pig and hound”
Meyer's translation is reprinted, in modernised form and with additional explanations, in John T. Koch • John Carey, The Celtic Heroic Age. Literary sources for ancient Celtic Europe and early Ireland & Wales (2003): § 80.
51–64
[Appendix] “The excuse of Gulide’s daughter: Erchoitmed ingine Gulidi inso” link
65–69
[Appendix] “The death of the three sons of Diarmait mac Cerrbeóil (or Cerbaill)”
70–75
[Appendix] “The death of Máelodrán: Aided Máelodráin meic Dímma Chróin”
76–81
[Appendix] “The dialogue between King Cormac and Fíthel” link
82–83
[Appendix] “Fragment of the story of Baile Binnbérlach” link
84
[Appendix] “Cúchulinn and Senbecc”
84–85
“Notes”
87–91
“Index verborum; Index nominum”
93–103
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