Aided Chonchobuir (version D)
- Ulster Cycle
Short anecdote about the death of King Conchobar.
- Cet mac Mágach roteilc in cloich
- Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS D iv 2 (992) [s. xv]f. 52(54)rb.1–52(54)vb.6heading: ‘Incipit do oidhedh Concubuir mic Nessa annso sīs’beginning: ‘Ceat mac Mádach rotheilg in cloich’Longest version containing: (a) a prose introduction corresponding to that in Laud Misc. 610, (b) poem attributed to Flann (Mainistrech?), beg. Cóica traighedh tólaibh tlacht and (c) a second, longer poem (11 qq) ascribed to ‘the poet’ (file), beg. A chloch thall for elaid úair. Both poems are preceded by attributions in prose.
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 610 ff. 1–58 and ff. 73–122 = Leabhar na Rátha [1453–1454]f. 42vd.1–42vd.l3heading: ‘Saltair .cc.’beginning: ‘Cet mac Mágach roteilc in cloich’Prose introduction only. Meyer’s edition of this text runs as follows:
Cet mac Mägach roteilc in cloich .i. mac inn Mesgegrai rig Laigen i cath Daire Da Bāeth. Fingen fathliaigh Conchubuir. is e nā roleic in cloich do tabairt asa chind. Muniu immorro in cerd, is e dorat cumtach impe fria c[h]enn immuigh. Bachrach file do Laignib, is e ro innis do Chonchubur Crist do chrochad. I mMaig Lāmraige atchūaid dó. Is ann dorochair Conchubar oc glanad in maige. F[init].
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