Baile in Scáil‘The phantom’s frenzy’
- Early Irish
- Cycles of the Kings
Kevin Murray, Baile in Scáil: The Phantom’s Frenzy (2004): 1–2:
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 I, (a) ff. 101-122, (b) ff. 1-36, (c) ff. 45-52 [s. xv/xvi]ff. 101ra–105vbThe only complete copy.
- London, British Library, MS Harley 5280 [s. xvi1]ff. 71a–72bLacks part after § 41.
- Early Irish
Baile BricínBaile BricínEarly Irish tale in which an angel visits St Bricín(e), abbot of Túaim Dreccon (Tomregan, Co. Cavan), and reveals to him the names of many future churchmen in Ireland.Longas Inbir DomnannLongas Inbir DomnannIrish poem (27 qq) attributed to Colum Cille, which prophesies the arrival of a large fleet of foreign invaders at Inber Domnann (Malahide Bay, north Co. Dublin) before Judgment Day.
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