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Caithreim Cellachain Caisil

the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or, The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century

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Published by J. C. Gundersens bogtrykkeri in Christiania .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cellachan, king of Cashel, d 954.,
  • Northmen -- Ireland,
  • Ireland -- History -- To 1172.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe original Irish text, ed. with tr. and notes by Alexander Bugge.
    ContributionsBugge, Alexander, 1870-, Norske historiske kildeskriftfond
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA932.6 .C3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 171 p. ;
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23283601M
    LC Control Number13022724

    * Caithreim Cellachain Caisil - The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel or The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the Middle of the 10th Century; Original Irish Text edited with Translation and Notes; chiefly based on the Book of Lismore By Alexander Bugge (Christiania, ) - OL - Alexander Bugge ( - ) in: WikipediaAuthor: Peter J. Clarke. The Exeter Book (incomplete edition), the Metres of Boethius, Solomon and Saturn, and the Psalms. Bugge, Alexander, ed. and trans. Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel. Christiania [Oslo]: Gundersens,

    Bugge edits the poems not found in the Book of Lismore from 23 H 18 (MS ) with variant readings from Egerton Edition and Translation. Alexander Bugge (ed. & trans.), Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel (Christiania [Oslo] ). Sources, comment on the text, and secondary literature.   Ceallachan (Callahan, Callaghan, Cellachan, Ceallaghan, Cellachain, Ceallachain) of Cashel (Caisal, Caisil), was the 10th century King of the Irish province of Munster (i.e. the southwestern quarter of Ireland) from whom the family names of Callahan and MacCarthy and their variations (e.g. Callaghan, O'Callahan, O'Callaghan, MacCarthaig, etc.) were derived.Q: .

    Bugge, Alexander (ed. and tr.), Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel Christiania: J. Chr. Gundersens Bogtrykkeri. Burke, Bernard and Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, Burke's Irish Family Records, or Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland. London: Burke's Peerage Ltd. 5th edition, Obituaries were transferred to the Year Book, when that was launched in Full notices, however, were provided in v. 1–5 (–13) only. Subsequent volumes (6–24) contained simple death lists. Normal service was resumed in Saga-Book when the Year Book ceased publication in Allen, J. R.


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Caithreim Cellachain Caisil the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or, The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century. Published by J. Gundersens bogtrykkeri in Christiania. Written in EnglishPages:   Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or, The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century by Norske historiske kildeskriftfond; Bugge, Alexander, Pages: **REPRINT** Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or, The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century [Norske historiske kildeskriftfond ***NOTE: THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK***] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Norske historiske kildeskriftfond ***NOTE: THIS IS A "PRINT ON DEMAND" VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK***.

References to the original book's page numbers are enclosed within [[double brackets.]] The English translation begins on page Any matter enclosed within [single brackets] are additions from Professor Bugge.

Copies of Caithrem Cellachain Caisil are also available from many libraries, through interlibrary loan, and the Library of Congress.

Full text of "Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or, The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of. The Book of Lismore, also known as the Book of Mac Carthaigh Riabhach, is a late fifteenth-century Gaelic manuscript that was created at Kilbrittain, Co.

Cork, for Fínghean Mac Carthaigh, Lord of Carbery (–). Defective at beginning and end, leaves survive today, containing a miscellany of religious and secular texts written entirely in known as: The Book of Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach.

Biography. The son of Buadachán mac Lachtnai, he belonged to the Cashel branch of the Eóganachta kindred, the Eóganacht last of his cognatic ancestors to have held the kingship of Munster was Colgú mac Faílbe Flaind (d. ), eight generations earlier. His predecessor as king at Cashel was said to be Lorcan mac Coinlígáin, a distant cousin, the.

Get this from a library. Caithreim Cellachain Caisil; the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or The wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century.

[Alexander Bugge; Norske historiske kildeskriftfond.;]. [ed.] [tr.] Bugge, Alexander [ed. and tr.], Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or the wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century, Det norske historiske Kildeskriftfonds skrif Christiania: Gundersen, Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel, or The wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century: the original Irish text / (Christiana [Oslo]: Published for Norske Historiske Kildeskriftfod [by] J.

Chr. Gundersen, ), by Alexander Bugge (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). The Book of Lismore: MS description, edition and history The following extract of the manuscript description is reproduced from Medieval Irish books and texts (to appear, Turnhout: Brepols, ) with kind permission of Prof.

Emeritus Donnchadh Ó Corráin. Manuscript, Derbyshire, Chatsworth House, Book of Lismore; s. xv/xvi; folios; c. 37 by mm; scribes Aonghus. Bugge edits the poems not found in the Book of Lismore from 23 H 18 (MS ) with variant readings from Egerton Edition and Translation; Alexander Bugge (ed.

& trans.), Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel (Christiania [Oslo] ). Sources, comment on the text, and secondary literature. The manuscript also contains "Caithreim Cellachain Caisil"--a detail of the wars between the Norse and the Irish, including material on Cormac mac Cuilennan, the bishop-king of Munster.

It also contains a copy of the travels of Marco Polo. The Flatey Book and Recently Discovered Vatican Manuscripts Concerning America as Early as the Tenth Century Rasmus Bjorn Anderson Häftad.

Caithreim Cellachain Caisil Norske Historiske Kildeskriftfond Häftad. America Not Discovered by Columbus Rasmus Bjoern Anderson Häftad. America Not Discovered by Columbus Anonymous. Since Caithreim Cellachain Caisil specifically mentions that Donnchad, son of Flann, king of Tara and king of Erin (NOT Congalach) was alive at the time of the saga and the Vikings made known to Donnchad their plan to kill Ceallachan (see Bugge ), Ryan's argument makes no sense to someone who has read the saga.

Cathal mac Donnubáin is the second known son of Donnubán mac Cathail, king of Uí Fidgenti and an ancestor of the medieval and modern O'Donovan may have succeeded his brother Uainide mac Donnubáin as King of Uí Chairpre Áebda (Cairbre Eva) at his death inno ruler(s) being known after that until However, this is confused by two notices of the.

The Eóganachta or Eoghanachta were an Irish dynasty centred on Cashel which dominated southern Ireland (namely the Kingdom of Munster) from the 6/7th to the 10th centuries, and following that, in a restricted form, the Kingdom of Desmond, and its offshoot Carbery, to the late 16th tradition the dynasty was founded by Conall Corc but named after his Country: Ireland.

Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel or the Wars Between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the Middle of the Seller Rating: % positive.9 Alexander Bugge (ed.

and trans.), Caithreim Cellachain Caisil: the victorious career of Cellachan of Cashel or the wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the middle of the 10th century (Christiania [Oslo], ), xv-xvi.

A.J. Goedheer, Irish and Norse traditions about the Battle of Clontarf (Haarlem, ), Ryan, 'The Battle of. The book contains a number of saints' lives, as well as the only copy of "The Siege of Knocklong"--a rare text detailing the battle between Cormac mac Airt and the King of Munster; it also markes the apperance of the druid Mogh Roith.

2 The manuscript also contains "Caithreim Cellachain Caisil"--a detail of the wars between the Norse and the.