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Regimen na Sláinte

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Séamus Ó Ceithearnaigh

Electronic edition compiled by Beatrix Färber and Ruth Murphy

Proof corrections by Mícheál Ó Geallabháin and Benjamin Hazard

Funded by University College, Cork

1. First draft, revised and corrected.

Extent of text: 35,000 words

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(2009)

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Text ID Number: G600009A

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Copyright for this edition lies with the estate of James Carney. The electronic version has been made available by kind permission of the copyright holder.

Sources

    MS sources for Irish translations of 'Regimen na Sláinte'
  1. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 24 P 26; 486 pages; the text is on pp 353–486, dated 1469. 'With the exception of pp. 470–482, and occasional short passages, there appears to be only one hand — that of Donnchad óg Ó hÍceadha — in the textual portion of the book.' (Ó Ceithearnaigh, 'Regimen' p xxv). Digital images of this manuscript are available on the ISOS Project, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, see: http://www.dias.ie/isos/.
  2. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 12 Q 4 (a 19th-century transcript of H).
  3. Dubiln, Trinity College Library, MS H 2 13; 222 pages, written in double columns; the text is on pp 126-186. On p. 121b, a note dates the MS to 'anno domini 1486' and a colophon follows, however from this the name of the scribe has been erased.
    Printed sources for Latin text
  1. Regimen sanitatis magnini mediolanensis medici famosissimi attrebacensi episcopo directum. ... printed in Paris by Felix Baligault for Claude Jaumar and Thomas Julian; undated 'but treated by bibliophiles an an incunabulum and given the approximate date 1500; vide Brunet, Manuel du Libraire' (Ó Ceithearnaigh 'Regimen' p xii).
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    The edition used in the digital edition
  1. Regimen na Sláinte (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis). Séamus Ó Ceithearnaigh (ed), First edition [3 volumes.] Oifig an tSoláthair [Stationery Office] Baile Átha Cliath [Dublin] (1942) . Leabhair o Láimhsgríbhnibh. , No. 9

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The present text represents pages 1-101 of volume 1: Footnotes are retained and integrated into the apparatus, except where they do not provide substantial information. The Latin text are available in a separate file. The references to the corresponding pages of the Latin text in the Irish translation have been rendered as supplied text sup resp="JCa" infra 110-111 as there is no one to one correspondance in the structure of the Latin text and Irish translation.

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Profile Description

Created: The Latin original was written between 1329 and 1334; the translation c. 1469

Use of language

Language: [GA] The text and footnotes are in Early Modern Irish.
Language: [EN] The introduction is in English.
Language: [LA] Some words and phrases are in Latin.

List of hands

H1 [main] Donnchad óg Ó hÍceadha

H2 [supplementary] unknown

H3 [supplementary] unknown

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