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F 2.1, Literature & Learning: Sociology: Origins, Development, Transmission

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4152
Dumézil (Georges): La tradition druidique et l’écriture: le vivant et le mort.
In RHR 122, 1940, pp. 125–33.
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4153
Kennedy (David): Popular education and the Gaelic tradition in north-east Ulster.
In Studies 30, 1941, pp. 273–86.
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4154
Ó Duilearga (Séamus): Irish stories and storytellers. Some reflections and memories.
In Studies 31, 1942, pp. 31–46.
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4155
Chadwick (Nora K.): Geilt.
In SGS 5, 1942, pp. 106–53.
History and function of the geilt in Irish (Buile Suibne, Cath Almaine, etc.),Welsh and early Norse literature; also on Aislinge Meic Con Glinne, Mac Dá Cherda (and other scholars of Armagh), and Cennfaelad.
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4156
O Lochlainn (Colm): Poets on the battle of Clontarf.
In Éigse 3, 1941/42 (1943), (pt. 3, 1942), pp. 208–18; 4, 1943/44 (1945), (pt. 1), pp. 33–47.
Mac Coise, Mac Liac, Flann mac Lonáin and his mother Laitheóc, are literary figments.
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4157
Weisweiler (Josef): Heimat und Herrschaft. Wirkung und Ursprung eines irischen Mythos.
Halle: Niemeyer, 1943. 149 pp. (= Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Keltische Studien, H. 11).
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4158
Knott (Eleanor): ‘O’Clery’s glossary’ and its forerunners. A note on glossary-making in medieval Ireland.
In 431 [Measgra Uí Chléirigh], pp. 65–9.
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4159
Delargy (J. H.): The Gaelic story-teller. With some notes on Gaelic folk-tales.
In PBA 31, 1945, pp. 177–221. (= Rhŷs lecture, 1945)
Sep. issued London: O.U.P., [n.d.]. 47 pp.
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4160
Lorcin (Aimée): La vie scolaire dans les monastères d’Irlande aux Ve-VIIe siècles.
In RMAL 1, 1945, pp. 221–36.
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4161
[Flower (Robin)]: The Irish tradition.
Ed. by M. Dillon., D. A. Binchy, D. Greene, [etc.].
Oxford: Clarendon, 1947 (repr. 1948). 173 pp.
1. The founding of the tradition; 2. Exiles and hermits; 3. The rise of the bardic order; 4. The bardic heritage; 5. Ireland and medieval Europe [cf. Best2 1696]; 7. The end of the tradition.
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4162
Bromwich (Rachel S.): The continuity of the Gaelic tradition in eighteenth-century Ireland.
In YCS 4, 1947/48, pp. 2–28.
Incl. an Engl. transl. of The Keen for Art O’Leary, based on the edition by Shán Ó Cuív, 1923 (de Hae i 874).
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4163
Murphy (Gerard): Glimpses of Gaelic Ireland. Two lectures.
Dublin: Fallon, 1948. 64 pp.
1. Irish folk-poetry. (Delivered in U.C.D., 1942). 2. Warriors and poets in thirteenth-century Ireland. (U.C.D., 1946).
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4164
Murphy (Gerard): The Gaelic background.
In Daniel O’Connell. Nine centenary essays. Ed. by M. Tierney. Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1949. pp. 1–24.
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4165
Ryan (John) (rev.): Rev. of Irish learning in the seventh century.
In JRSAI 80, 1950, pp. 164–71.
Being a review of some aspects of F. Masai, Essai sur les origines de la miniature dite irlandaise, 1947 (v. {9144}).
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4166
Bischoff (Bernhard): Das griechische Element in der abendländischen Bildung des Mittelalters.
In Byzantinische Zeitschrift 44, 1951, pp. 27–55.
Republ. in {454} [M.a. Studien], vol. 2, pp. 246–75.
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4167
Murphy (Gerard): Baile Chuind and the date of Cín Dromma Snechta.
In Ériu 16,1952, pp. 145–51. (On the dates of two sources used in Thurneysen’s Heldensage, no. 1)
Incl. ed. of Baile Chuind, based on MS R.I.A. 23 N 10, with Engl. transl.; dated to 7th c. Th.’s orig. dating of CDS to 8th c. vindicated.
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4168
Murphy (Gerard): Was Cináed ua Artacáin (†975) the author of Fíanna bátar i nEmain?
In Ériu 16, 1952, pp. 151–5. (On the dates of two sources used in Thurneysen’s Heldensage, no. 2)
Cináed’s authorship vindicated. Also on oral : written tradition.
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4169
Bieler (L.): The island of scholars.
In RMAL 8, 1952, pp. 213–34.
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4170
Murphy (Gerard): St. Patrick and the civilizing of Ireland.
In IER 79, 1953, p. 194–204.
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4171
Saul (George Brandon): The shadow of the three queens. A handbook introduction to traditonal Irish literature and its backgrounds.
Harrisburg (Penn.): Stackpole, 1953. x + 118 pp.
Cf. {4117}.
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4172
Meroney (Howard): Tréfhocal fócrai.
In JCS 2, 1958, (no. 1, 1953), pp. 59–130. (Studies in early Irish satire, no. 3)
Incl. ed.of A mo Comdhiu néll! Cid do-dhén, ascr. to Fingen mac Flaind (cf. ACL 3.291); based on MS T.C.D. H 3 18, with Engl. transl. and notes.
App.: ed. of a prose text on the trefhocal, from MS H 317, with Engl. transl. and notes.
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4173
Murphy (Gerard): Duanaire Finn. The Book of the lays of Fionn. Part 3.
Dublin: E.C.I., 1953 [spine 1954]. cxxii + 451 pp. (= ITS, vol. 43 [for 1941]
Introduction, notes, appendices, and glossary (cf. Best1 188, Best2 1664).
Add. & corr. in Éigse 8, 1956/1957, pp. 168/71.
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4174
Greene (David): Early Irish literature.
In 494 [Early Ir. soc.], (no. 2), pp. 22–35.
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4175
Carney (James): The impact of Christianity.
In 494 [Early Ir. soc.], (no. 5), pp. 66–78.
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4176
Greene (David): Early Irish society.
In 494 [Early Ir. soc.], (no. 6), pp. 79–92.
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4177
Bromwich (Rachel): The character of early Welsh tradition.
In 493 [SEBH], (no. 5), pp. 83–136.
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4178
Chadwick (Nora K.): Intellectual contacts between Britain and Gaul in the fifth century.
In 493 [SEBH], (no. 8), pp. 189–263.
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4179
Corkery (Daniel): The fortunes of the Irish language.
Cork: Mercier, 1954 (repr. 1956). 131 pp. (= Irish life and culture, vol. 9)
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4180
Thomson (Derick S.): The Gaelic oral tradition.
In Proceedings of the Scottish Anthropological and Folklore Society 5, 1954/56, pp. 1–17.
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4181
Ross (James): The sub-literary tradition in Scottish Gaelic song-poetry.
In Éigse 7, 1953/55, (pt. 4), pp. 217–39; 8, 1956/57, (pt. 1, 1955), pp. 1–17.
1. Poetic metres and song metres; 2. Content and composition.
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4182
Arthurs (John B.): The legends of place-names.
In UF [1], 1955, pp. 37–42.
Distinguishes 3 types; Dindshenchas, Acallam na senórach, and oral material.
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4183
Thomson (Derick S.): Scottish Gaelic folk-poetry ante 1650.
In SGS 8, 1958, (pt. 1, 1955), pp. 1–17.
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4184
Gordon (Cosmo A.) (ed.): Letter to John Aubrey from Professor James Garden.
With a note by John Macdonald.
In SGS 8, 1958, (pt. 1, 1955), pp. 18–26.
1692/3, preserved in the library of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. Incl. description of the Highland bardic system in the 17th c.
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4185
Bischoff (Bernhard): Il monachesimo irlandese nei suoi rapporti col continente.
In Settimana 4, 1957, pp. 121–38.
Republ. in {454} [M.a. Studien], Bd. 1, pp. 195–205.
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4186
Szövérffy (Joseph): Volkserzählung und Volksbuch (Drei kleine Beiträge zur Quellenfrage).
In Fabula 1, 1957, pp. 3–18.
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4187
Szövérffy (Joseph): Siaburcharpat Conculainn, the Cadoc-legend, and the Finding of the Táin.
In BBCS 17, 1958, (pt. 2, 1957), pp. 69–77.
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4188
Chadwick (Nora K.): Early culture and learning in north Wales.
In 505 [SEBC], (chap. 1), pp. 29–120.
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4189
Williams (J. E. Caerwyn): Traddodiad llenyddol Iwerddon.
Caerdydd: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 1958. 235 pp. pls.
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4190
Szövérffy (Joseph) (ed.): Rí Naomh Seoirse: chapbook and hedge-schools.
In Éigse 9, 1958/61, (pt. 2, 1958), pp. 114–28.
Story, recorded 1937 in Co. Kerry, ultimately derived from Engl. chapbook.
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4191
Mac Airt (Seán): Filidecht and coimgne.
In Ériu 18, 1958, pp. 139–52.
[cf. {4339}]
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4192
Dunleavy (Gareth W.): Colum’s other island. The Irish at Lindisfarne.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1960. x + 149 pp. illus.
The effect of Irish monastic culture upon Northumbria (learning, manuscripts, crosses, elegy).
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4193
Ó Floinn (Donnchadh): An dá Ghaeltacht.
In IMN 1960, pp. 9–19.
Manuscript tradition of the 18/19th cc. and the Gaeltacht today.
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4194
Ryan (John): The historical background.
In 508 [Seven centuries], (no. 1), pp. 11–26.
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4195
Murphy (Gerard): Irish storytelling after the coming of the Normans.
In 508 [Seven centuries], (no. 5), pp. 72–86.
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4196
Mac Airt (Seán): The development of Early Modern Irish prose.
In 508 [Seven centuries], (no. 8), pp. 121–35.
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4197
Ó Cuív (Brian): An era of upheaval.
In 508 [Seven centuries], (no. 9), pp. 136–51.
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4198
Binchy (D. A.): The background of early Irish literature.
In StH 1, 1961, pp. 7–18.
Lecture at St. Patrick’s Training College, 1959.
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4199
Chadwick (Nora K.): The age of the saints in the early Celtic Church.
London [etc.]: O.U.P., 1961. viii + 166 p. (= University of Durham: Riddell memorial lectures, 32nd series, 1960)
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4200
Jackson (Kenneth Hurlstone): The international popular tale and early Welsh tradition.
Cardiff: U.W.P., 1961. xii + 141 pp. (= Gregynog lectures, 1961)
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4201
Ross (James): Folk song and social environment. A study of the repertoire of Nan MacKinnon of Vatersay.
In ScSt 5, 1961, pp. 18–39.
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4202
Ó Muirí (Réamonn): ‘Slán agaibh, a fhir chumtha.’
In IMN 1961, pp. 65–78.
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4203
Breatnach (R. A.): The end of a tradition: a survey of eighteenth century Gaelic literature.
In StH 1, 1961, pp. 128–50.
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4204
Guyonvarc’h (Christian-J.): A propos de la Velleda de Bructère et du mot irlandais file ‘poète, prophète, voyant’.
In Ogam 13, 1961, pp. 321–5. (Notes d’étymologie et de lexicographie gauloises et celtiques (9), no. 31)
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4205
Joyce (Mannix): Poets of the Maigue.
In CapA 1961, pp. 373–85. map.
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4206
Mac Cana (Proinsias): The influence of the Vikings on Celtic literature.
In 464 [1st ICCS], pp. 78–118.
Incl. discucssion of Irua(i)th and Irua(i)t.
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4207
Gleeson (Dermot F.) & Gwynn (Aubrey): A history of the diocese of Killaloe. — Vol. 1 [on spine].
Dublin: Gill, 1962. xviii + 566 pp. illus.
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4208
Hughes (Kathleen): Irish monks and learning.
In Los monjes y los estudios. IV semana de estudios monásticos, Poblet 1961. Abadía de Poblet, 1963. pp. 61–86.
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4209
Henry (Françoise) & Marsh-Micheli (G. L.): A century of Irish illumination (1070–1170).
In PRIA 62 C, 1961/63, (no. 5, 1962), pp. 101–65. pls.
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4210
Hillgarth (J. N.): Visigothic Spain and early Christian Ireland.
In PRIA 62 C, 1961/63, (no. 6, 1962), pp. 167–94.
Mainly on the transmission of Isidore of Seville.
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4211
Ó Cuív (Brian): Literary creation and Irish historical tradition.
In PBA 49, 1963, pp. 233–62. (= Rhŷs lecture, 1963)
Sep.issued London: O.U.P., [n.d.]. [same pagin.]
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4212
Mac Eoin (Gearóid S.): Focail nach ndeachaigh le gaoth.
In Dóchas 1, uimh. 2, 1964, pp. 25–8.
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4213
Bruford (Alan): Eachtra Chonaill Gulban. An Irish hero-tale in manuscript and oral tradition.
In Béaloideas 31, 1963 (1965), pp. 1–50.
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4214
Doyle (Gerard): County Kilkenny MSS in British Museum.
In OKRev 17, 1965, pp. 70–8.
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4215
Ó Duilearga (S.): Notes on the oral tradition of Thomond.
In JRSAI 95, 1965, pp. 133–47.
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4216
Ó Cuív (Brian) (ed.): Traidisiún i dtaobh cúirteanna na mbúrdúnach.
In Éigse 11, 1964/66, (pt. 2, 1965), p. 100.
Engl. letter, 1844, by Dáibhí do Barra, referring to 18th c. custom of ‘courts of poetry’; from MS R.I.A. 23 H 28.
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4217
Ó Cuív, (Brian) (ed.): Rialacha do chúirt éigse i gContae an Chláir.
In Éigse 11, 1964/66, (pt. 3, 1965/66), pp. 216–8.
Rules for a proposed ‘court of poetry’ in Co. Clare; from MS R.I.A. 23 H 39, wr. c. 1780 by Tomás Ó Míodhcháin.
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4218
Hughes (Kathleen): The Church in early Irish society.
London: Methuen, 1966. xii + 303 pp. pls., map
App.: Engl. transl. of the Liber angeli.
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4219
McGurk (J. J. N.): Learning and society in Ireland before the Norman conquest.
In History today 16, 1966, pp. 85–93.
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4220
Hughes (Kathleen): The golden age of early Christian Ireland (7th and 8th centuries).
In 519 [Course of Ir. hist.], (no. 5), pp. 76–90.
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4221
Ó Buachalla (Breandán): I mBéal Feirste cois cuain.
B.Á.C.: Clóchomhar, 1968. xii + 319 pp. (= Leabhair thaighde, iml. 16)
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4222
MacInnes (John): The oral tradition in Scottish Gaelic poetry.
In ScSt 12, 1968, pp. 29–43. pl.
Plate showing a Highland seanchaidh reciting to the boy king Alexander III, in 1249.
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4223
Bruford (Alan): Gaelic folk-tales and mediaeval romances. A study of the Early Modern Irish ‘Romantic tales’ and their oral derivatives.
In Béaloideas 34, 1966 (1969), vii + 284 pp.
Sep. publ. Dublin: Folklore of Ireland Society, 1969. same pagin.
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4224
Greene (David): Irish as a vernacular before the Norman invasion.
In 522 [View Ir. lg.], (no. 2), pp. 11–21.
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4225
Mac Cana (Proinsias): Irish literary tradition.
In 522 [View Ir. lg.], (no. 4), pp. 35–46.
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4226
Ó Duilearga (Séamus): Once upon a time.
In 463 [Fs. Peate], (chap. 5), pp. 47–58. pls.
The story-teller Seán Ó Conaill (S.W. Kerry).
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4227
Mooney (Canice): The Church in Gaelic Ireland: thirteenth to fifteenth centuries.
Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1969. 62 pp. (= A history of Irish catholicism, vol. 2, no. 5)
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4228
Travis (James): Hiberno-Saxon Christianity and the survival of Beowulf.
In Lochlann 4, 1969, pp. 226–34.
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4229
Ó Fiaich (Tomás): The Church of Armagh under lay control.
In SAM 5, (no. 1, 1969), pp. 75–127. geneal.tabs.
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4230
Carney (James): The deeper level of early Irish literature.
In CapA 1969, pp. 160–71.
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4231
Cullen (L. M.): The hidden Ireland: re-assessment of a concept.
In StH 9, 1969, pp. 7–47.
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4232
Saul (George Brandon): Traditional Irish literature and its backgrounds: a brief introduction. A revision of The shadow of the three queens.
Lewisburg: Bucknell U.P., 1970. 115 pp.
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4233
Gaechter (Paul): Die Gedächtniskultur in Irland.
Innsbruck: I.G.P.G., 1970. 73 pp. (= IBS, Bd. 2)
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4234
Stanford (W. B.): Towards a history of classical influences in Ireland.
In PRIA 70 C, 1970, (no. 3), pp. 13–91.
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4235
[Ó Fiaich (T.) (rev.)]: Rev. of Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Maynooth College Library, fascc. 5, 6. {741}
In SAM 5, (no. 2, 1970), pp. 440–2.
Lists MSS with ‘Ulster’ connection.
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4236
Ó hÁinle (Cathal): An Chléir agus an fhilíocht sa 17ú céad.
In Éire-Ireland 5, 1970, uimh. 2, pp. 4–19.
Priest-poets of the 17th c. With Engl. summary.
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4237
Mac Cana (Proinsias): The three languages and the three laws.
In StC 5, 1970, pp. 62–78.
légend, fénechas, filidecht; Cenn Faelad mac Ailella; breth fhuigill.
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4238
Dowling (P. J.): A history of Irish education. A study in conflicting loyalties.
Cork: Mercier, 1971. 192 pp.
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4239
Meid (Wolfgang): Dichter und Dichtkunst im alten Irland.
Innsbruck: Institut für Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft, 1971. 20 pp. (= IBS, Vorträge, H. 2)
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4240
Hammerstein (Helga): Aspects of the Continental education of Irish students in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
In HSt 8, 1971, pp. 137–53.
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