Kenney, James F.





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Kenney, James F., “Chapter IV: The monastic churches, their founders and traditions: I. The primitive foundations”, in: Kenney, James F., The sources for the early history of Ireland: an introduction and guide. Volume 1: ecclesiastical, Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies 11, Revised ed. (1929), New York: Octagon, 1966. 288–371.

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“The monastic churches, their founders and traditions: I. The primitive foundations”
Section
Chapter IV
Pages
288–371
Year
1966
Subjects and topics
Headings
the church in Ireland
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Texts
“[Bibliography and introduction]”
288
“I. Manuscript collections of Acta sanctorum
304–309
[114] Codex Salmanticensis
304
[115] “The Codex Kilkenniensis collection”
305
[116] “The Codex Insulensis collection”
306
[117] “John of Tynemouth’s Sanctilogium
307
[118] “The Book of Lismore”
308
[119] “The O’Clery collections”
309
[120] “The O’Dinneen collection”
309
“II. Ancient churches of southern Ireland”
309–319
“[Bibliography and introduction]”
309–311
“Becc-Ériu, Beg-Éire”
“Ard-mór (Ardmore)”
Déclán of ArdmoreDéclán of Ardmore
Declán of Ardmore, Déclán mac Eircc
Déclán mac Eircc (late 5th century), patron saint of Ard Mór (Ardmore, Co. Waterford)
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312
[121] “Life of St. Déclán”
Déclán of ArdmoreDéclán of Ardmore
Declán of Ardmore, Déclán mac Eircc
Déclán mac Eircc (late 5th century), patron saint of Ard Mór (Ardmore, Co. Waterford)
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313
“Imblech-Ibair (Emly)”
313
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“III. Árd-Macha (Armagh), the paruchia Patricii, and the Patrick legend”
319–356
“Bibliography”
319–321
“[Introduction]”
321–329
[127] “Tírechán’s memoir”
329
[128] “The Life of Patrick by Muir-chú (c. A.D. 680 x 700)”
331
[129] “Additions to Tírechán’s memoir”
334
[130] “The Book of the Angel”
335
[131] Liber Ardmachanus: the Book of Armagh”
337
[132] “Fíacc’s hymn”
339
[133] “Colgan’s second and fourth lives of Patrick”
341
[134] “Colgan’s third life of Patrick”
341
[135] “The tripartite life of Patrick”
342
[135] “[Verse in the tripartite life]”
344
[136] “Abridged versions of the tripartite life”
345
[137] “Patrick’s household”
346
[138] “Loigaire’s conversion and death (Comthoth Loegairi co cretim ocus a aided)”
346
[139] “Life of Patrick by Probus”
347
[140] “Life of Patrick by Jocelin of Furnes”
347
[141] “Minor texts relating to Patrick [i-ix]”
348
[142] “The companions and disciples of Patrick [i-v]”
351
[143] “List of Patrick’s successors”
352
[144] “Confirmation of the claims of Árd-Macha by Brian bóroimhe
353
[145] “Poem in praise of bishop Aed and other officials of the church of Árd-Macha”
354
“IV. Cell-Dara (Kildare) and St. Brigit”
Brigit of KildareBrigit of Kildare
(c. 439/452–c. 524/526)
patron saint of Kildare, whose cult spread both within and outside of Ireland.
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Cell Dara
Cell Dara ... Kildare
County Kildare
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356
[148] “Broccán's hymn ‘Ni car Brigit’”
360
[149] “Poem in praise of Brigit”
360–361
[150] “List of nuns of Brigit”
361
[151] “Later Lives of Brigit in Latin [i–iv]”
(i) Life in verse attributed to Chilienus, or Coelan; (ii) Life attributed to Animosus, or Anmchad; (iii) Colgan's third Life; (iv) Life by Laurence of Durham.
361–362
[152] “Lives of Brigit in Irish”
362–363
[163] “Poem ascribed to Brigit”
363
[164] “Dialogue between Patrick and Brigit”
Texts: A Brigit
363
[155] “Later hymns in honor of Brigit”
363
[156] “Aed dub, abbot of Cell-dara”
Áed Dub mac ColmáinÁed Dub mac Colmáin
(d. 639)
Áed of Kildare
King of Leinster and later, bishop of Kildare.
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364
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C. A., Dennis Groenewegen
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