Die ersten Ärzte Irlands

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[Page 105]

Cía cétliaigh robúi ind-Érinn ar tús ríam ocus cía cétsáer ocus cía cétíasccuire? Amal ispertar:

    1. Cappo re leighius, nír lag,

      re reimmess robu comnart,

      Lúasat in sáerglicc cosse

      ocus Laighni in t-íascaire.


Éba in bainnliaigh táinicc aróen re Cessair in liaigh tánuiste. Slánga mac Parrthalóin in tres liaigh tánicc le Parrthalón i nh-Érinn. Fergne húa Crithinbéil in cethramad liaigh tánic aráen re Neimidh a n-Éirinn.

Legha Fer mBolg didiu .i. Dubda Dublosach & Codhan comchísnech ocus Fingin fisecda ocus Maine mac Grísach ocus Áengus an térnámach.

Legha Thúaithe Dé Danann íarsin Díancecht & Airmed & Míach.

Túath Dé Danann nó Mumain, is íat tug mucco i nh-Érinn ar tús.



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    Manuscript sources.
  1. London, British Library, Egerton MS 1782, fo. 42a 1. [See Catalogue of Manuscripts in the British Museum by Robin Flower, vol. 2, London 1926 (repr. Dublin 1992), 259-98].
  1. Kuno Meyer, Mitteilungen aus Irischen Handschriften, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie, 8, Max Niemeyer, Halle/Saale (1912) 105-105.
    The edition used in the digital edition.
  1. Kuno Meyer, Mitteilungen aus Irischen Handschriften in Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie. volume 8, Halle/Saale, Max Niemeyer (1912) page: 1


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Created: By an unknown author. (Before 1517)

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Language: GA

Early Modern Irish.

Revision History


Aerius, 2004