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Goidelica: Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Prose and Verse book. Whitley Stokes. Preceded by a View of the Emblem-Book Literature down to AD By Henry Green, MA In one volume, pp. xvi. profusely illustrated with Woodcuts and Photolith.
Goidelica: Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse: Author: Whitley Stokes. Goidelica: Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse by Whitley Stokes.
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Second edition. Whitley Stokes. Free. Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus: A Collection of Old-Irish Glosses, Scholia, Prose, and Verse, Volume 2 John Whitley STOKES (Archdeacon of Armagh.) Free. Three. Amra Coluim Chille. According to the traditional account the Amra Coluim Chille was composed about the year by Dallán Forgaill, the Chief Ollam of Ireland of that time, in gratitude for the services of St.
Columba in saving the bards from expulsion at the great assembly of Druim Cetta in that year. "The Amra is not", says Stokes, "as Professor Atkinson supposed, a fragment. Author of Three Irish glossaries, The Tripartite Life Of Patrick V2, Goidelica, The Tripartite Life Of Patrick V1, The Anglo-Indian codes, Goidelica: Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, Irish glosses, Goidilica.
Liosta na mbeathaisnéisí ar fad ar ina luaitearGoidelica: Old and early-middle-Irish glosses, prose and verse. Goidelica: Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse (Classic Reprint) (Excerpt from Goidelica: Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosse) Cormac's Glossary Translated and Annotated, by the Late, John O'donovan, L.
D: Edited, With Notes and Indices (Classic Reprint). Whitley Stokes, Goidelica: Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, 2nd ed. (London: Trubner & Co., ). The translation by Dr. Stokes was revised and printed with extensive commentary in The Writings of St.
Patrick, edited by Charles Wright ( | Fig. Goidelica: Old and Early-middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse / 5 The Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee: Félire Óengusso Céli Dé 29 / /5(3). The second edition is here indexed as Stokes, W., Goidelica: Old and early Middle Irish glosses ().
Internet Archive: Nigra, C., “Gloses irlandaises du manuscrit de Milan”, Revue Celtique 1 (–): 60–84, Goidelica. Old and early-middle-Irish glosses, prose and verse.
(London: Trübner, ), ed. by Whitley Stokes (page images at HathiTrust) Handbook of Irish teaching: founded on the discoveries of M. Gouin, with a set of Gouin series and a vocabulary / (Dublin: Gaelic League, ), by P.
MacGinley (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Goidelica: Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse Starting at $ The Tripartite Life of Patrick: With Other Documents Relating to that SaintPrice Range: $ - $ LIST OF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES.
AB GWILYM: Barddoniaeth Dafydd ab Gwilym, edited by Cyndelw a collection of pieces (prose and verse) in the Irish language, compiled about the beginning of the fifteenth century, published by Goidelica, Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, edited by Whitley Stokes (2nd ed.
Mael Ísu Ua Brolcháin, the sage of Erinn in wisdom and in there stood an ancient monastery, known as Temple Moyle, or Tapal Moule. An old graveyard, surrounded by a stone wall, with an iron gate entrance, is found at this place.
John Canon O — Whitley Stokes, Goidelica, Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, Books Consulted: The following books have been consulted to confirm meanings, etymology, Goidelica, Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, edited by Whitley Stokes, Going Out, by Scarlett Thomas, Gold Coast.
[ed.] Stokes, Whitley, Goidilica or notes on the Gaelic manuscripts preserved at Turin, Milan, Berne, Leyden, with eight hymns from the Liber Hymnorum and the Old-Irish notes in the Book of Armagh, 1st ed., Calcutta: privately printed, " A very ancient old book of vellum, in which is found the Martyrology of Maelruain of Tamhlacht, and the saints of the same name, and the names of many of the mothers of the saints, states that Brigid was following the manners and the life which the holy Mary, Mother of Jesus, led.
Non-Biblical Glosses and Scholia = Old-Irish Prose; Names of Persons and Places; Inscriptions; Verse; Indexes. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. Goidelica: Old .Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. searching for Middle Irish found ( total) Goidelica.
Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse. Edited by Whitley Stokes. 2nd ed., London, Reginald (1, words).BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PUBLICATIONS OF WHITLEY STOKES.
The following Bibliography of the publications of Whitley Stokes was undertaken at the request of the Editor of this Zeitschrift. In the short time at my disposal I have done my utmost to make it complete. It is inevitable, however, that some particulars have been omitted, but nothing, it is hoped, of importance.
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