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Manuscript:
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 I, (a) ff. 101-122, (b) ff. 1-36, (c) ff. 45-52
  • s. xv / s. xvi
Agallamh Cormaic ocus Fithil
(MS)
f. 116v
“The Dialogue between King Cormac and Fíthel (Féigbriathrach)”
(MS)
f. 116r–f. 116v
(Text)
ff. 116a–116b  
(Text)
ff. 109ra–114va  
(MS)
f. 109r–f. 114v
“The Strategem of Urard (Irard) mac Coisse”, including tale list B.
(MS)
f. 3v
incipit: A andáladh anall uile   Poem (imperfect copy)
(Text)
f. 3v  
Imperfect copy
(Text)
f. 3ra-3vb  
(Text)
f. 122v  
Fragment giving the beginning of the text.
(MS)
f. 122v
‘The story of Baile the Sweet-voiced’, fragment.
(MS)
f. 101r–f. 105v
“The Phantom's Frenzy”. On f. 101r, the text credits the Book of Dub Dá Leithe as its source.
(Text)
ff. 101ra–105vb  
The only complete copy.
(MS)
f. 31r
Irish Life of St. Brigit (beginning lost)
(Text)
ff. 31ra–36rb  
The beginning is lost.
(MS)
f. 5r–f. 30r
rubric: Beatha Padraic annso   i.e. the Tripartite Life of St. Patrick, with marginalia. There is a lacuna between ff. 6 and 7. A part of the missing text, comprising ff. 124 and 127 of the old foliation, is in a separate MS, NLI G 531 (Ó Cuív).
(Text)
ff. 5r–30r  
(MS)
f. 48r–f. 51v
“The Law of Adomnán”
(Text)
ff. 48ra–51va (line 9)  
Ends abruptly.
(Text)
f. 30a  
(MS)
f. 30r
rubric: Torannacht ocus criocharacht na Midi   Prose notes on “the measurement and mering of Meath”
(MS)
f. 120v
“The otherwordly adventure of Connla the Red”, fragment
(Text)
f. 120v  
(Text)
ff. 114b (line 1)–115a  
(MS)
f. 114v–f. 115v
“The excuse of Gulide's daughter”
(Text)
ff. 122ra, line 8 – 122vb, line 15  
(MS)
f. 122r–f. 122v
“The songs of Buchet's house”
(Text)
ff. 1rb–2rb  
Here entitled Ferchuitred Medba
(MS)
f. 1r–f. 2r
“Medb's husband allowance”
(Text)
ff. 52rb–52v  
Prose introduction, gloss and poem
(MS)
incipit: Fil and grian glindi hái   poem ascribed to the briugu Dá Choca, with prose preface and glosses.
(Text)
f. 118v  
See Hellmuth (2004): 196 and 196 note 6.
(MS)
f. 117v–f. 118v
“The siege of the Men of Fálga”
(MS)
f. 1r
Conclusion only.
(Text)
f. 116vb  
(Text)
ff. 51vb–52ra  
(MS)
f. 51v
“The mutual restoration of Ailill and Art”
(MS)
f. 119r–f. 120v
“The voyage of Bran mac Febail”
(Text)
ff. 119r1–120v2  
(Text)
ff. 109r col. 2 – 111r col. 1  
(MS)
f. 109rb–f. 111ra
Version B.
(Text)
ff. 45r–47v  
(MS)
f. 45r–f. 47v
Treatise on the Psalter, with Irish note (f. 45a) dated October 1731.
(Text)
ff. 115va (line 24)–116ra  
(MS)
f. 115v–f. 116r
(Text)
ff. 105v 2–108 r 2  
(MS)
f. 105v–f. 108r
“The story of Mac Dá Thó's pig”
(Text)
f. 121  
(MS)
f. 121r
Poem (“The history of royal burial places”)
Senchus muici fhéili Martain
(MS)
f. 108v
“The tradition of the St Martinmas pig”
Sreth a salmaib suad slán
(MS)
f. 51v
Irish poem on the Maledictive Psalms (13 stanzas), beginning Sreth a salmaib suad slan / feib rohorddaig Adamnan.
(MS)
f. 117r–f. 118r
“The wooing of Emer”, beginning missing
(Text)
ff. 117ra–118rb  
First part missing.
(Text)
f. 1ra-rb  
rubric: Kailleoracht inso sis   
(MS)
f. 1r
rubric: Kailleoracht inso sis   incipit: Tonfeid a Christ conic muir   Poem
(Text)
f. 118b2  
(MS)
f. 117v–f. 118v
“The words of Scáthach”
Oxford Digital Library, Early manuscripts at Oxford University, Online: University of Oxford. URL: <http://image.ox.ac.uk>.
Ó Cuív, Brian, Catalogue of Irish language manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. Part 1: Descriptions, Dublin: School of Celtic Studies, DIAS, 2001.
Best, Richard Irvine, “Notes on Rawlinson B. 512”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 17 (1928): 389–402.
Meyer, Kuno, “Miscellen [1. Quantitierender Gleichklang in der dritten Strophenzeile irischer Gedichte, 2. Tätowierung bei den Iren, 3. Die Leibeslänge Christi]”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915): 398–402.
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“3. Die Leibeslänge Christi”

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