Medieval Gaelic sources
This book serves as a practical guide to Gaelic language sources (as opposed to administrative or ecclesiastical records in Latin, French, or English) for the history of these communities in the high Middle Ages, laying emphasis on published texts for which English translations are available.
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ancestor annal entries annalistic Annals of Ulster Aodh Aodha bardic poems bardic poetry Book of Fenagh Book of Leinster Breatnach brehon law Brian Caithreim Thoirdhealbhaigh Ceallaigh Celtic century chief chieftains Chronicle Church Cianain Clann Cleirigh Clonmacnoise collections compiled Conchobhair copy Domhnaill Donnchadh Dublin dynasty Early Irish early modern Early Modern Irish edited English translation Eoghan Eriu example Fenagh fifteenth-century Four Masters galloglass Gearoid high-kings historians historical idem Irish annals Irish Genealogies Irish language Irish law Irish text Katharine Simms king of Connacht Lambert McKenna late later medieval Latin Leabhar Mac Firbhisigh Mac Niocaill Mac Suibhne medieval Gaelic medieval Ireland medieval Irish middle ages Middle Irish Munster Muraile names Nollaig Old Irish original Padraig patron Paul Walsh pedigrees poet praise prose Rawlinson records Ruadh sagas saints scholars scribes Seaan seanchaidh seventeenth-century sources surname Tadhg Toirdhealbhach tracts twelfth twelfth-century Ui Mhaine Ui Neill Ulster verse vols