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Manuscript:
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1339 (H 2. 18) = Book of Leinster
  • s. xii2
A Chormaic coisc do maicni
(MS)
p. 149a
incipit: A Chormaic coisc do maicni   Poem. 10 stanzas.
A Pair ri sil nEogain Móir
(MS)
p. 146a
incipit: A Pair ri sil nEogain Móir   Poem, attributed elsewhere(?) to Senchán Torpéist. 17 stanzas.
(Text)
ff. 143a (line 40)–145a  
(MS)
p. 143al. 40–p. 145a
rubric: Gilla in Chomded hua Cormaic cecinit.   incipit: ARÍ richid reidig dam   Poem. 111 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 46a–46b   
(MS)
p. 46a–p. 46b
incipit: A Bairgen ataí i ngábud   Poetic dialogue (18 quatrains) and a prose epilogue. The text is also known as The quarrel about the loaf.
(Text)
p. 278a line 21 ff  
(MS)
p. 278a–p. 278b
Poem beginning ‘A ben bennacht fort na raid’ (6 stanzas), with an introduction and conclusion in prose.
(Text)
f. 150a, line 26 ff  
Ascribed to Cináed ua hArtacáin
(MS)
p. 150a
rubric: Cinaed hua Artacain cecinit.   incipit: A Chloch thall for elaid úair.   Poem. 11 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 43a–43b   
incipit: ...buadach co mbúaid ba lúath a chéim Chairpri cháeim   Incomplete. Due to a lacuna, the first 12 stanzas and part of stanza 13 (§ 13c) are wanting; §§ 17 and 22 of O'Daly's edition are not found and the order of the quatrains is somewhat anomalous.
A chóicid choín Chairpri chrúaid
(MS)
p. 43a–p. 43b
rubric: Orthanach hua Cellama Cuirrich cecinit   Poem (22qq are extant). The first portion is missing due to a lacuna. Begins, in the middle of quatrain 13, “ria mBresalbuadach co mbúaid ba lúath a chéim Chairpri cháeim” and the quatrain that follows, “Cath cruaid Cnamrois rind.”
(MS)
p. 27bl. 54–p. 28a
rubric: Fland Manistrech cecinit.   incipit: A Gillu gairm n-ilgrada   Poem. 25 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 27b–28a   
(MS)
p. 147a
incipit: A Maccáin ná cí   Poem. 46 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 147a  
46 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 37  
§ 44-45
A ngluind a n-echta a n-orgni
(MS)
p. 183b–p. 184b
incipit: ANgluind a n-echta a n-orgni   Poem. 69 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 161
Poem on Achall, i.e. the Hill of Skreen, Co. Meath
(Text)
(MS)
p. 118b
Title supplied in the diplomatic edition: Aigidecht Aithirne.
(Text)
f. 118b  
The last part of the story is wanting.
(MS)
p. 123b–p. 124b
rubric: Aided Choncobuir   
(Text)
pp. 123b.40–124b.32   
Version A.
(Text)
pp. 125a–125b   
(MS)
p. 125a–p. 125b
The title supplied in the diplomatic edition is Aided Derb Forgaill.
(Text)
ff. 107b–111b  
(MS)
p. 107b–p. 111b
incipit: GEssa & ilberta bítis for Coin Culaind for clothmaccaem Croebruade   Title supplied in the diplomatic edition: Aided Guill meic Carbada ⁊ Aided Gairb Glinne Rigi.
(Text)
ff. 124b–125a  
(MS)
p. 124bl. 35–p. 125a
rubric: Aided Meidbe   incipit: CID dia tá aided Meidbe ingine Echdach Feidlig a Temraig   
(Text)
ff. 118a–118b  
(MS)
p. 164
Poem on Ailech (Ailech I)
(Text)
p. 164  
(Text)
p. 181a-b  
incipit: CIa triallaid nech aisnis senchais   35 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 181a–p. 181b
rubric: Fland Manistrech cecinit.   incipit: CIa triallaid nech aisnis senchais   Poem on Ailech. 35 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 162a
Poem on Alend
(Text)
(Text)
p. 160  
(MS)
p. 160
Prose text on Almu
(Text)
p. 202  
(MS)
p. 202a
incipit: Almu Lagen les na Fían   Poem on Almu (Almu I in Gwynn's edition)
(Text)
f. 315c, lines 2–4  
(Text)
p. 45a  
(MS)
p. 45a
rubric: Dubthach hua Lugair cecinit.   Poem. 10 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 288a  
(MS)
p. 130b–p. 131b
rubric: Gillae Coemain cecinit   incipit: ANnalad anall uile   Poem. 58 stanzas.
Aní doronsat do chalmu
(MS)
p. 182b–p. 183b
incipit: ANí doronsat do chalmu   Poem. 69 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 196a–p. 196a
Poem on Ard Lemnacht
(Text)
p. 196a  
incipit: Senchass ardda lemnacht lain   
(Text)
p. 206  
Poem whose “text is unfortunately very corrupt” (Gwynn)
(MS)
p. 206
Poem on Ard Ruide
Ascnam ni seol sadal
(MS)
p. 182a–p. 182b
incipit: AScnam ni seol sadal   Poem. 23 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 129b–130b   
37 stanzas, ascribed to Gilla Cóemáin
(MS)
p. 129b–p. 130b
rubric: Gilla Coemain cecinit   incipit: ATtá sund forba fessa   Poem. 37 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 194
Poem on Áth Clíath Cúalann
(MS)
p. 156
Poem on Áth Clíath Medraige.
(Text)
p. 195b  
(MS)
p. 195b–p. 195b
Prose introduction and poem on Áth Fadat (Áth Fadat I in Gwynn's edition)
(Text)
p. 195b  
(MS)
p. 195b
Another poem, without prose introduction, on Áth Fadat (Áth Fadat II in Gwynn's edition)
(Text)
p. 60  
incipit: Áth nGrena, claímchlaífid ainm   Poem. 6 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 163b
Poem on Áth Líac Find
(Text)
p. 163b  
Poem, ascribed to Máel Muru Othna
(Text)
p. 158  
(MS)
p. 158
Poem on Áth Lúain.
(Text)
ff. 117b–118a  
(MS)
p. 117b–p. 118a
incipit: BAÍ goba amra i nUltaib   Title supplied in the diplomatic edition: Athirne and Amairgen son of Ecet Salach.
(MS)
p. 117a–p. 117b
rubric: Athirne Áilgessach ⁊ Mider Brí Léith   incipit: ATHIRNE Ailgessach mac Ferchertne   
(Text)
ff. 117a–117b  p. 434  
(Text)
ff. 293a–294b  
(MS)
p. 293al. 35–p. 294b
incipit: AUdacht Morainn meic Moín do Feradach Find Fechtnach.   Recension A. See also the abbreviated version on p. 346.
(MS)
p. 346a–p. 346c
(‘Bríathra Moraind’). Abbreviated version of Recension A. See also p. 293a.
(Text)
ff. 346a–c  
abbreviated version
Augaine Már mac ríg Hérend
(MS)
p. 35bl. 39
incipit: AUgaine Már mac ríg Herend   Poem on the Boróma tribute. 7 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 311b, lines 53–58  
(MS)
p. 194
Poem on Bairend Chermain
(MS)
p. 208a
Poem.
(Text)
p. 208a  
(Text)
p. 146b  
(MS)
p. 146b
rubric: Ailill Ulom cecinit.   incipit: BEIR mo scíath sceo fri úath   Poem. 26 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 195
Poem on Belach Conglais
(MS)
p. 194
Poem on Belach nDúirgein
(MS)
p. 196a–p. 196a
Poem on Belach Gabráin
(Text)
p. 196a  
Bemmend Branduib for Brega in uno anno
(MS)
p. 48a–p. 48b
rubric: Bemmend Branduib for Brega in uno anno. so sís.   incipit: SEcht mbémmend tuc Brandub for Brega   Poem.
(MS)
p. 214
Poem on Benn Bóguine. Cf. prose on p. 165.
(MS)
p. 165
Prose text on Benn Bóguine. Cf. the poem on p. 214.
(Text)
p. 214  
Poem
(Text)
p. 165  
Prose
(MS)
p. 161
Poem on Benn Étair, i.e. the Hill of Howth, Co. Dublin (Bend Étair I)
(Text)
p. 161a  
(MS)
p. 194
Poem on Benn Étair (Benn Étair II in Gwynn's edition).
(Text)
p. 194  
(MS)
p. 191
The rest of the poem on Berba, which begins on page 216, is continued and completed here.
(Text)
p. 159  
(Text)
p. 216b  
First part
(MS)
p. 159
Prose on the River Barrow (Berba). Cf. the poetic version on pp. 216 + 191.
(Text)
p. 191a  
Second part, continued from p. 216.
(MS)
p. 216
Poem on Berba. This poem, and the rest of this section of the collection (‘Dinnshenchas IIIa’), is continued on p. 191. Cf. the prose version on p. 159.
(MS)
p. 286b
incipit: CUmmíne Fota mac Fiachnai di Eoganacht Chassil.   Prose anecdote, apparently a fragment of the Life of Cummíne Fota.
(Text)
f. 286b (line 42 ff)  
A fragment giving only the beginning of the text.
(Text)
p. 191a (lines 7-55)  
incipit: Sid Nechtain sund forsin tsléib   
(MS)
p. 191
incipit: Síd Nechtain sund forsin t-shléib   Poem on Boand (Boand I in Gwynn's edition).
(MS)
p. 104b–p. 104b
(MS)
p. 327g–p. 327h
Poem.
(Text)
p. 327g-327h  
Brandub mac Echach
(MS)
p. 47b
incipit: BRandub mac Echach rachui ...   Brief prose fragment, illegible in parts.
Brathir Fursu cóir a rad
(MS)
p. 354
Poem (5qq)
(Text)
p. 200a  
Prose text on Bréchmag.
(MS)
p. 200al. 63
Prose text on Bréchmag
(MS)
p. 119a–p. 123b
Beginning missing (the title supplied in the diplomatic edition is Brislech Mór Maige Muirthemni). Subheadings include: ‘Beochobra Con Culaind isind ló fúair bás’ (119b); ‘Siaburchobra Con Culaind i llathiu a éitsechta’ (122b); ‘Cu Chulaind atbert. De aduentu Christi’ (122b); ‘Nuallguba Emire in so’ (123a).
(Text)
ff. 119a–123b  
Beginning missing.
(Text)
p. 164  
First part.
(MS)
p. 164
Poem on Brug na Bóinne (Brug na Bóinde II). Since the gatherings are out of order, the ending of the poem is found on page 211.
(Text)
p. 211  
Second part.
(MS)
p. 211
The last part of the poem on Brug na Bóinne (Brug na Bóinde II). The first part is found on page 164.
(Text)
Six hostels
(MS)
p. 294b–p. 308b
rubric: Incipit Bórama   incipit: ARdrí ro gab for Hérind [...]   
(Text)
pp. 294b–308b   
(MS)
p. 133b–p. 135a
rubric: Mael Muru Othna cecinit.   incipit: CAn a mbunadas na nGaedel   Poem. 84 stanzas.
(Text)
ff. 133b–135a  
(Text)
p. 215  
Prose (acephalous) and verse. The prose text continues a leaf that is missing from the manuscript. Parts of the poem, in particular lines 110-150, are barely legible.
(MS)
p. 215
Prose text (acephalous) and poem on Carmun.
(MS)
p. 152al. 5–p. 152bl. 7
incipit: Finnaid in senchas dia tá   Poem on Carn Conaill.
(Text)
p. 152a-152b  
(Text)
p. 155  
(MS)
p. 155
incipit: In carn-sa atchíu co ndechair   Poem on Carn Feradaig.
(Text)
p. 199a  
(MS)
p. 199
Poem on Carn Furbaide
(MS)
p. 210
Poem on Carn Máil. Cf. the prose version on p. 170.
(Text)
p. 210  
Poem.
(MS)
p. 170
Prose text on Carn Máil. Cf. the poetic version on p. 210.
(Text)
p. 170  
Prose.
(MS)
p. 169a
Prose text on Carn Uí Néit.
(MS)
p. 214
Poem on Carn Uí Néit
(Text)
p. 214  
Poem, partly illegible.
(Text)
p. 169a  
Prose.
(Text)
ff. 51a–51b  
(MS)
p. 51a–p. 51b
incipit: LUid Feidilmid Rechtaid o Themair do sáerchuaird for Laigniu   Prose. A line between this and the previous text is not represented in the diplomatic edition (?). > Title supplied in the diplomatic edition: Túathal Techtmar.
(MS)
p. 276b–p. 277b
incipit: DIArmait mac Aeda Sláne.   
(Text)
pp. 276b–277b   
(Text)
pp. 328f–329a   
Early version incorporated among genealogical matters = CGH pp. 403-405
(MS)
p. 288a–p. 292a
incipit: AILill Aulom mac Moga Nuadat do síl Ebir meic Miled Espáin.   Prosimetrum.
(Text)
pp. 288a–292a   
(Text)
pp. 171a–178a   
(MS)
p. 171a–p. 178a
rubric: Incipit Cath Ruis na Ríg   incipit: INam i mbai Conchobor i nEmain mínétrocht Macha ár cur chatha na Tana lais   Ulster saga in prose and verse.
(Text)
pp. 45b–46a   
(MS)
p. 45b–p. 46a
rubric: Item de eodem   incipit: CAth tucastar Crimthann   Poem. 23 stanzas.
(Text)
f. 189a  
(MS)
p. 189a–p. 189b
rubric: Cathcharpat serda   incipit: ATchondarc and carput féig foduirn fethamail findruine   
(Text)
p. 200a  
Prose text corresponding to the first three paragraphs of recension C only.
(MS)
p. 200a
Prose text on Ceilbe. Short version.
(MS)
p. 212
Poem on Céis Chorainn
(Text)
p. 212a  
(Text)
p. 201b  
Poem.
(MS)
p. 201bl. 1
Poem on Cell Chorbbáin
(Text)
p. 191b (line 30ff)  
incipit: Currech Life cona Lí   
(MS)
p. 191
Poem on Cenn Cuirrig.
(MS)
p. 38a–p. 38b
rubric: Dían   incipit: Currech Lifi cona lí   Poem, cited by one of the Mittelirische Verslehren.
(MS)
p. 198
Poem on Cenn Febrat
(Text)
p. 198  
(MS)
p. 191
Poem on Cenn Finichair.
(MS)
p. 200bl. 1
Prose text on Cenn Finichair
(Text)
p. 191b  
incipit: Inmain in fáid Finichair   Poem.
(Text)
p. 200b  
incipit: Cend Finichair, unde nominatur?   Prose text.
(MS)
p. 47a
rubric: Dallán mac Móre cecinit.   incipit: CERball Currig cáemLife   Poem. 24 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 47a  
Only manuscript copy known to Kuno Meyer
(Text)
p. 168a  
(MS)
p. 168a
Prose text on Cerna.
Cert cech ríg co réil
(MS)
p. 148a–p. 148b
rubric: Fothad na Canone cecinit   incipit: Cert cech rig co rréil   Wisdom poem. 57 stanzas.
(Text)
p. 281a-281b  
incipit: Cethrur macclerech do feraib Herend dochótar ina n-ailithre do dul do Róim   
(MS)
p. 281al. 40–p. 281b
incipit: Cethrur macclerech do feraib Herend dochótar ina n-ailithre do dul do Róim.   
(MS)
p. 30dl. 29–p. 30d
rubric: CEthri srotha déc. éicsi ind so sís .i.   incipit: Fele ⁊ innruccus.   
(Text)
p. 30d (line 29-...)  
Independent text.
Cia dír do chlerchib na cell
(MS)
p. 50a
rubric: Gormlaith ingen Flainn cecinit.   incipit: CIa dír do chlerchib na cell.   Poem. 2 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 181b–182a   
(MS)
p. 181b–p. 182a
incipit: CInd cethri ndíni iar Frigrind   Poem. 34 stanzas.
Clanna Ailella Uluim uill
(MS)
p. 145b–p. 146a
incipit: CLanna Ailella Uluim uill   Poem. 8 stanzas.
Clanna Falge Ruis in Ríg
(MS)
p. 49a–p. 49b
incipit: CLanna Falge Ruis in ríg.   Poem. 12 stanzas.
(MS)
p. 166
Prose text on Cleittech.
(Text)
p. 166  
(MS)
p. 169
Prose text on Clóenloch.
(Text)
p. 169  
(MS)
p. 201bl. 53
Quatrain on Cnocc Rafann (Cnucc Raphann), a "later addition" (Gwynn). One stanza only, also cited in Sanas Cormaic s.v. ‘Ána’.
(Text)
p. 201b  
context: Dinnshenchas Érenn A   rubric: Mac dacherdda cecinit for Cnucc Raphan.n   incipit: Indráth hí forsdanfil   Quatrain attributed to Mac Dá Cherda and a note in prose.
(Text)
p. 315b, lines 60–63  
(Text)
ff. 309a–310b  
Fragment of the earliest recension of the text
(MS)
p. 309a–p. 310b
incipit: BUÍ dochraiti mór for feraib Herend co forlethan ó Lochlannaib [...]   The last page (310b) has darkened.
(MS)
p. 42c–p. 42d
rubric: Comarbada Patraic   incipit: PAtraic .luiii. o thuidecht Patraic i nHerind co eistecht   List of the successors of St Patrick
(Text)
pp. 42c–42d   
(MS)
p. 26b–p. 27a
incipit: Connachta cid dia tá in t-ainm   Poem on the origin of the name 'Connacht'. 17 stanzas.
(Text)
pp. 26b–27a   
Cormac Femin Fogertach
(MS)
p. 52b
rubric: Dallan mac Móre ollam Cerbaill cecinit   incipit: COrmac Femin Fogertach   Poem 3 stanzas.

FURTHER RESULTS…
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Schlüter, Dagmar, “Medieval manuscripts and cultural memory. The case of the Book of Leinster”, in: Rekdal, Jan Erik, and Erich Poppe (eds), Medieval Irish perspectives on cultural memory, Studien und Texte zur Keltologie 11, Münster: Nodus Publikationen, 2014. 61–79.
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Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive: <link>
158–219   “1338–1365”
MSS 1338 (p. 158); 1339 (pp. 158-161); 1340 (pp. 161-164); 1341 (pp. 164-165); 1342 (p. 165); 1343 (p. 166); 1344 (pp. 166-167); 1345 (ppp. 167-169); 1346 (pp. 170-171); 1347 (p. 172); 1348 (pp. 172-173); 1349 (pp. 173-174); 1350 (p. 174); 1351 (pp. 174-176); 1352; 1353 (p. 176); 1354 (pp. 176-178); 1355 (pp. 178-179); 1356 (pp. 180-184); 1357 (pp. 184-185); 1358 (pp. 185-186); 1359 (p. 187); 1360 (pp. 187-192); 1361 (pp. 192-199); 1362 (p. 199); 1363 (pp. 199-216); 1364 (p. 216); 1365 (pp. 216-219)
Thurneysen, Rudolf, Die irische Helden- und Königsage bis zum siebzehnten Jahrhundert, Halle: Niemeyer, 1921.
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33   [1.12] “Das Buch von Leinster (LL)”
Gwynn, Lucius, “Leabhar gabhála and the Book of Leinster”, Ériu 8 (1916): 114–116.
Meyer, Kuno [ed. and tr.], “The song of the sword of Cerball”, Revue Celtique 20 (1899): 7–12.
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Atkinson, Robert [ed.], The Book of Leinster sometime called the Book of Glendalough: a collection of pieces (prose and verse) in the Irish language, compiled, in part, about the middle of the twelfth century, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1880.
O'Curry, Eugene, Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the sessions of 1855 and 1856, Dublin, 1861.
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181–202   [Lecture IX] “Of the chief existing ancient books”

Results for Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1339 (2)

Miscellany

  • s. xii2
  • Áed Úa Crimthainn [abbot of Terryglass], Anonymous [LL scribe for bishop Finn of Kildare], Anonymous [LL scribe T], Anonymous [LL scribe U], Anonymous [LL scribe M], Anonymous [LL scribe S]