Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition: T201020
Life of St. Declan of Ardmore
Author: Patrick Power
Background details and bibliographic information
donated by Dennis McCarthy (Atlanta, Georgia, USA)
Funded by University College, Cork and
Professor Marianne McDonald via the CELT Project
2. Second draft.
Extent of text: 16580 words
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The edition used in the digital edition
- Life of St. Declan of Ardmore, with an Introduction, translation and notes, by Rev. P. Power, M.R.I.A., University College, Cork. Patrick Power (ed), First edition [xxxi + 202 pp. (Errata; v Preface; viixxxi Introduction; 1 plate (Principality of Decies); 373 Life of St. Declan; 74147 Life of St. Mochuda; 150177 Notes to Life of Declan; 178195 Notes to Life of Mochuda, 196202 Index)] Irish Texts Societylondon (1914) . Irish Texts Society [Comann na Sgríbheann Gaedhilge]. , No. 16
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The electronic text represents pp ixxxi and 373 of the printed edition.
Text has been proof-read three times.
The electronic texts represents the edited text. Variant readings from RIA MS 23 M 50 are omitted, but editorial footnotes are marked note type="auth" n="". Text in Latin and
Irish is indicated.
Direct spreech is marked q.
Soft hyphens are silently removed. When a hyphenated word (hard or soft) crosses a page-break, this break is marked after the completion of the hyphenated word.
div0=the saint's life; the front matter contains the introduction, and is tagged div. In the main text, div1 represents the numbered chapter. Page-breaks are marked.
Dates are standardized in the ISO form yyyy-mm-dd. There are no dates within the text.
Names of persons, groups and places are not tagged.
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Created: Translation by Patrick Power.
Use of language
Language: [EN] Introduction and Translation are in English.
Language: [GA] Some terms are in Irish.
Language: [LA] Some terms are in Latin.