Manuscripts

Results gathered for Lebor gabála Érenn (Míniugud)

Text
Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 P 2 
Incomplete. Macalister's siglum μΛ.
ff. 16v–21 (facsimile)  
Text
Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS D v 1 
A manuscript that is thought to belong originally to the Yellow Book of Lecan, where the text would have followed Recension II. Miniugud covers the entire volume. Macalister's siglum μY.
MS
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 502/2 (ff. 19-89) 
incipit: Do rochair tra Sirna Sirsaeglach mac Dein m. Demail la Rothechtaid Rotha mac Moen   incl. Cimbáeth no chinned cech cáin, Failet sunna eter dá fhert, Mac Echach ard orddan   Acephalous. Fragment of the Míniugud-recension of Lebor gabála Érenn, containing part of the tract on pre-Christian kings of Ireland known as De fhlaithiusaib Érenn = CGH 117-122 ~ R. A. S. Macalister, Lebor gabála Érenn: The book of the taking of Ireland, vol. 5 (1942): 240–281 (§§ 525–561). One of the sectons is headed Gen. Cimbaeda (f. 74rb.9ff). Incl. verse: (a) beg. Cimbaeth no chinnedcech cain (6qq), anonymous (inde dicitur); (b) beg. Failet sunna eter da fhert (1q), attrib. to Cú Chulainn (Cu Chulainn dicebat); (c) Mac Echach ard orddan (3qq), attr. to Cormac (Unde Cormac hoc carmen cecinit).
in section: f. 74r(135)a.1–f. 74v(136)b.34
Text
pp. 135a.1–136b.34 (facsimile)   
Text
ff. 90v–97r  
MS
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512/III (ff. 75B-100, 37-44) 
rubric: Miniugad gabal nErenn ⁊ a senchas ⁊ a remmend rigraide innso sis [...] ut dicunt historici   incipit: Hybernia insola possita est in occidente sicut Adae Paradissus   So-called Míniugud recension of Lebor gabála Érenn. Breaks off and continues, after loss of what Ó Cuív estimates to be one leaf, on f. 97. Old foliation: 21-27 (corresponding to ff. 90-96), 28 (missing), 29 (97).
f. 90vb.14–f. 96v
MS
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512/III (ff. 75B-100, 37-44) 
incl. Ríg hÉrenn iar creitim (Míniugud king-list)   Concludes with a king-list headed Rig hErenn iar creitim, listing kings from Loegaire to Ruaidri Ua Conchobair with their regnal years (ff. 97rba.19-37, 97rbb.19-37, and 97vaa.l-19), which is discussed by Scowcroft (1987): 132-133.
in section: f. 97ra.1–f. 97va.13