Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition: G400041

A Bé Find, in rega lim

Author: [unknown]

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Electronic edition compiled by Donnchadh Ó Corráin

Funded by University College, Cork and
Professor Marianne McDonald via the CURIA Project.

2. Second draft, revised and corrected.

Extent of text: 1130 words


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Text ID Number: G400041

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The hard copy on which the present electronic edition is based is copyright by Oxford University Press, and is here used by kind permission of the publishers.


    Manuscript sources
  1. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 1229, 131b (olim Lebor na hUidre olim 23 E 25, see Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy, fasc. 27, 3367). (U).
  2. Dublin, National Library of Ireland, G 4, col. 994 (formerly Phillipps 8214). (Y).
  3. Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1337, p. 606, col. 2 (olim H. 3. 18). (H).
  1. O. J. Bergin, R. I. Best, Tochmarc Étaíne, Ériu 12 (1938) 137-196.
  2. Ed. Müller, Two Irish Tales. II. Scéla Ailill & Étaine, Revue celtique 3 (1878) 351-360.
  3. Alfred Nutt, Tochmarc Étáine, Revue celtique 27 (1906) 325-339.
  4. Rudolf Thurneysen, Tochmarc Étaíne, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 22 (1941) 3-23.
  5. Ernst Windisch, Tochmarc Étáine. "Das Freien um Etain", Irische Texte mit Wörterbuch (Leipzig 1880).
  1. Christian-J. Guyonvarc'h, La Courtise d'Étain, Celticum 15 (1966) 283-327.
  2. A. H. Leahy, Heroic Romances of Ireland, translated into English prose and verse (1905-06).
  3. Ed. Müller, Two Irish Tales. II. Scéla Ailill & Étaine, Revue celtique 3 (1878) 351-360.
  4. L. C. Stern, Das Märchen von Etain, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 5 (1905) 522-534; 6 (1907) 243.
  5. Rudolf Thurneysen, Sagen aus dem alten Irland, übersetzt, 1901.
    Sources, comment on the text, and secondary literature
  1. Myles Dillon, Tochmarc Éaíne, Irish Sagas (Thomas Davis Lectures, 1955) (Dublin 1959) no. 1, 11-23.
  2. M. E. Dobbs, The silver basin of Étaín, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 24 (1954) 201-203.
  3. L. Gwynn, The two versions of Tochmarc Étaíne, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 9 (1913) 353-356.
  4. Françoise Le Roux, Commentaire du texte, Celticum 15 (1966) 328-375.
  5. Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Tochmarc Eacute;taíne, Irisleabhar Mhá Nuad (1962) 89-96.
  6. Heinrich Zimmer, Keltische studien. V. Ueber den compilatorischen charakter der irischen sagentexte im sogenannten Lebor na hUidri. 4 Tochmarc Étáine, Zeitschrift für Sprachforschung 28 (1887) 585-594.
    The edition used in the digital edition
  1. Gerard Murphy, Fair Lady, Will You Go with Me? in Early Irish lyrics, eighth to twelfth century, Ed. Gerard Murphy. , Oxford, Clarendon Press (1956) page 104–106


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Profile Description

Created: By anonymous authors in Irish monastic scriptoria Date range: c.875–900.

Use of language

Language: [GA] The text is in Old Irish.
Language: [EN] The subtitle is in English.

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