Celtica — Journal of the School of Celtic Studies — Vol. 33

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eds. Barry J. Lewis, Ruairí Ó hUiginn
Published: 2021
Format: pbk
Pages: vi + 381
Reference: C.1.33
ISBN: 978-1-85500-247-0

Contents

  • Poetic knowledge and Christian exegesis in the Mongán tales: a meta-language of multiple meanings
    Victoria Krivoshchekova
    p. 1
  • Omission of the substantivising particle in Old Irish
    †David W. Greene, prepared for publication by Fergus Kelly
    p. 33
  • Énchennach: a study in the terminology of shape-changing
    Michael Clarke
    p. 35
  • Misunderstanding Old Welsh Orthography and Insular Script in the Jesus College 20 Genealogies
    Ben Guy
    p. 59
  • The Fian, the Gamhanradh, and the kingship of Connacht
    Eystein Thanisch
    p. 97
  • Tadhg Úa Ríghbhardáin: scribe and illuminator (fl. 1475)
    Andrea Palandri
    p. 134
  • John Leland and the Welsh language
    Alexander Falileyev
    p. 173
  • On Greek and Latin names in Early Modern Irish syllabic verse
    Gregory R. Darwin
    p. 195
  • A sixteenth-century Irish collection of remedies for ailments of the male reproductive organs
    Deborah Hayden
    p. 248
  • Marbhna ar Sheaán mac Séamais Mheic Ghearailt (†1582)
    Deirdre Nic Chárthaigh
    p. 277
  • Trom an suan-sa ort, a Aodh — dán ag brostú Aodha Uí Dhomhnaill (†1600)
    Philip Mac a’ Ghoill
    p. 295
  • Duanaire i láimh an údair: Filíocht Eoghain Ruaidh Mhic An Bhaird i Leabhar Inghine Í Dhomhnaill
    Pádraig A. Breatnach
    p. 307
  • The Martyrology of Donegal and Cath Mhaighe Mochroimhe
    Helen Imhoff
    p. 324
  • Varia Hibernica
    Liam Breatnach
    p. 349
  • Reviews
    • Clare Downham: Norse-Gaelic Contacts in a Viking World (Etchingham, Jón Viðar Sigurðsson, Ní Mhaonaigh and Rowe) p. 373
    • Ciaran McDonough: The Correspondence of Thomas Stephens: Revolutionising Welsh Scholarship in the Mid-Nineteenth Century through Knowledge Exchange (Coward) p. 374
  • Abbreviations
    p. 379

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