Carney, James P. [tr.]





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Carney, James P. [tr.], Medieval Irish lyrics, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.

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Medieval Irish lyrics
Place
Berkeley
Publisher
University of California Press
Year
1967
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Edition, with introduction, English translation and notes, of a selection of Irish and Hiberno-Latin poems.
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“Introduction”
vii
Ticfa Tálcenn (Adze-head)”
2
Quis est Deus? (The questions of Ethne Alba)”
2
Deus noster (St Patrick's Creed)”
4
En silvis Caesa (Columbanus to his monks)”
ColumbanusColumbanus
(fl. c.550–d. 615)
Irish peregrinus, scholar, abbot and monastic founder known chiefly for his activities in the kingdoms of Merovingian Gaul and Lombard Italy. His foundations included Luxeuil and Bobbio.
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8
Is Mebul (God and the Devil)”
10
Scél lemm dúib (Winter)”
10
Tair cucum, a Maire boíd (To Mary and her son)”
12
Caoineadh na maighdine (The virgin's lament)”
20
Dom-farcai fidbaidæ fál (Writing out of doors)”
22
Is acher in gáith in-nocht (The Vikings)”
22
Fuitt co bráth (Forever cold)”
22
Cen áinius (Líadan's lament)”
24
Cride hé (Tender lad)”
28
Aithbe dam cen bés moro (Ebbing)”
28
Fégaid úaib (The sea)”
40
M'áenurán dam isa slíab (Fate)”
42
Flaina nos boreæ (The arrival at Liège)”
46
Vestri tecta nitent luce serena (Hartgar's palace)”
50
Nunc viridant segetes (Request for meat and drink)”
52
De strage Normannorum (Defeat of the Northmen)”
54
Justus quid meruit (On the slaying of a ram)”
60
Aut lego vel scribo (Confession)”
Sedulius ScottusSedulius Scottus
(fl. 9th century)
Irish scriptural scholar, teacher, grammarian and poet who made a career in Francia and became a leading intellectual figure at the court of Charles the Bald.
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62
In India (India)”
62
Ísucán (St. Íte's song)”
Texts: Ísucán
64
Atá úarboth dam i caill (The hermit)”
66
Mé Éba (Eve)”
72
A Chrínóc, cubaid do cheól (To an old psam-book)”
74
A Dhé, tuc dam topur ndér (Tears)”
78
Mo chinaid i comláine (Confession)”
78
Teicht do Róim (Pilgrimage to Rome)”
80
Is mo chen in maiten bán (Dawn)”
80
Ach, a luin (The black bird)”
82
Fil súil nglais (The backward look)”
84
Tadbhás do Lugh, leannán Teamhra (The coming of Lugh)”
86
Athesc Findabrach (Findabair remembers Fróech)”
90
Eterne Deus (The Earls of Ormond and Desmond)”
92
An droighneán donn (The blackthorn bush)”
94
Lughaidh, Tadhg agus Tórna (Irish scholars)”
94
“Notes to the poems”
97
“Acknowledgements”
103
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen
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