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Hull, Eleanor, “The hawk of Achill or the legend of the oldest animals”, Folk-Lore 43:4 (1932): 376–409.
Hull, Eleanor, The northmen in Britain, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1913.
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Hull, Eleanor, The poem-boek of the Gael: translations from Irish Gaelic poetry into English prose and verse, Chicago, 1913.
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Hull, Eleanor, Pagan Ireland, part 1: Social life in pagan Ireland; part 2: The romance of the early kings, 2nd ed., Epochs of Irish History, 1, Dublin: Gill, 1908.
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Hull, Eleanor, A text book of Irish literature, 2 vols, vol. 2, London, Dublin: Nutt, Gill, 1908.
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Hull, Eleanor, A text book of Irish literature, 2 vols, London, Dublin: Nutt, Gill, 1906–1908.
Hull, Eleanor, A text book of Irish literature, 2 vols, vol. 1, London, Dublin: Nutt, Gill, 1906.
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Hull, Eleanor, Early Christian Ireland [part 1: Ireland under her native rulers; part 2: The island of saints; part 3. Irish art and architecture, etc.], Epochs of Irish History, 2, London, Dublin: Nutt, Gill, 1905.
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Hull, Eleanor, “Old Irish tabus, or geasa”, Folk-Lore 12:1 (May, 1901): 41–66.
Hull, Eleanor (ed.), The Cuchullin saga in Irish literature: being a collection of stories relating to the hero Cuchullin, Grimm Library, 8, London, 1898.
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Meyer, Kuno [tr.], and Eleanor Hull [adapt.], “The birth of Conachar”, in: Eleanor Hull (ed.), The Cuchullin saga in Irish literature: being a collection of stories relating to the hero Cuchullin, 8, London, 1898. 1–6.  
comments: From Hull's introduction: "Abridged and adapted from the longer of the two main accounts of the birth of the king [Stowe 992], [...] edited and translated in full by [[Meyer 1884c |Kuno Meyer]] [...] Kuno Meyer has courteously furnished me with a revised translation of the lay 'Welcome the Stranger.'"
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Breathnach, Diarmuid, and Máire Ní Mhurchú, Ainm.ie, Online: Fiontar, DCU, 2011–present. URL: <http://ainm.ie>. 
comments: The contents of the site are based on the series Beathaisnéis (a haon, a do, etc.) by Diarmuid Breathnach and Máire Ní Mhurchú.
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