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Poppe (Erich): Imtheachta Aeniasa and its place in medieval Irish textual history.

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Fulton (Helen): History and historia: uses of the Troy story in medieval Ireland and Wales.

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Crampton (Robert): The uses of exaggeration in Merugud Uilixis meic Leirtis and in Fingal Chlainne Tanntail.

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Hillers (Barbara): The medieval Irish wandering of Ulysses between literacy and orality.

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Clarke (Michael): Demonology, allegory and translation: the Furies and the Morrígan.

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Clarke (Michael): Reconstructing the medieval Irish bookshelf: a case study of Fingal Rónáin and the horse-eared kings.

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Ní Mhaonaigh (Máire): ‘The metaphorical Hector’: the literary portrayal of Murchad mac Bríain.

15442.
O’Connor (Ralph): Was classical imitation necessary for the writing of large-scale Irish sagas? Reflections on Táin bó Cúailnge and the ‘watchman device’.

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Burnyeat (Abigail): ‘Wrenching the club from the hand of Hercules’: Classical models for medieval Irish compilatio.