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The ancient territory of Fermoy
Background details and bibliographic information
File DescriptionJ.G. O'Keeffe
Electronic edition compiled by Emer Purcell
Funded by University College, Cork via the Writers of Ireland Project.
3. Third draft, with introduction.
Extent of text: 3780 words
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The edition used in the digital edition
- J.G. O'Keeffe, The ancient territory of Fermoy in Ériu. Volume 10, Dublin, Royal Irish Academy (192628) page 170189
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Created: Original by an unknown Irish monastic author; translation by J.G. O'Keeffe.
Date range: 1100-1300.
Use of language
Language: [EN] Introduction and text are in English.
Language: [GA] Some words are in Irish.