18287.
Egeler (Matthias) (ed.): Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe / edited by Matthias Egeler.
BBL, 2. Turnhout: Brepols, 2019. vii + 261 pp. (Borders, boundaries, landscapes, 2).
18288.
Egeler (Matthias): Landscape meditations on death: the place-lore of the Hvanndalur Valley in Northern Iceland.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 63–78.
Suggests the place-story of the ‘Island of the Living’ in Loch Cré was borrowed from Ireland to Iceland, becoming the place-myth of the Ódáinsakur (the ‘Field of the Not-Dead’) in Hvanndalur.

18289.
Toner (Gregory): Myth and the creation of landscape in early medieval Ireland.

18290.
Bondarenko (Grigory): Codal and Ériu: feeding the land of ireland.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 99–111.
Discusses the dindshenchas of Benn Codail (study based on the Rennes version).

18291.
FitzPatrick (Elizabeth): Finn’s wilderness and boundary landforms in medieval Ireland.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 113–146.
Studies the term formaoil used in place-names in Ireland and Scotland (variously anglicized as Fermoyle, Formoyle, Formil, Formal, etc.), and argues it was applied to particular bare-topped hills and mountains connected to the idea of wilderness, boundaries and conflict, and in fíanaigecht also conceived as hunting reserve and place of contact with the Otherworld for Finn and his fían.

18292.
Soverino (Tiziana): ‘Here, Finn… take this and give him a lick of it’: two place-lore stories about Fi(o)nn Mac Cum(h)aill in medieval irish literature and modern oral tradition.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 147–161.
Compares and contrasts the onomastic lore connected to two fords: Ballyleague, Co. Roscommon [OIr. Áth Líac Find ], and ‘The Steps’ at Cullentragh, Co. Longford.

18293.
Darwin (Gregory R.): The Mélusine legend type and the landscape in insular and continental tradition.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 163–179.
Represented in Ireland by the story of the Lady of Inchiquin.

18294.
Theuerkauf (Marie-Luise): The road less travelled: Cú Chulainn’s journey to matrimony and the dindshenchas of Tochmarc Emire.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 213–238.
Discusses the dinnshenchas sources used in the ‘riddling colloquy’ of Tochmarc Emire, and argues that the itinerary described in it contains a learned allusion to the Túatha Dé Danann and the Fomóiri, respectively represented by Cú Chulainn and Emer, and their conflict, which is overcome by the marriage between the races, thus explaining why Emer is the only suitable match for Cú Chulainn.

18295.
Lehmann (Edyta): ‘If we settled in the forest…': tracing the function of wooded spaces from Old Irish Literature to contemporary poetry.
In Landscape and myth in North-Western Europe (2019), pp. 239–256.