Ériu Volume VII (7), 1914 (Print Copy)
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03 October 2015
Frequency: 1 Annually
Edited by: Kuno Meyer and R. I. Best
Ériu is devoted to Irish philology and literature, and from its foundation in 1904 the peer-reviewed journal has had a reputation internationally among Celtic scholars. In the century since its inception, Ériu has served as an outlet for the work of the early standard bearers of Irish language studies and Celtic studies and of each new generation of researchers in turn.
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- The Guesting of Athirne (pp. 1-9)
- On Debide Rhyme (pp. 10-12)
- St. Victricius of Rouen and St. Patrick (pp. 13-17)
- Mid-sixteenth-Century Numbers and Phrases (pp. 18-25)
J. H. Lloyd
- Bó Thúir (p. 26)
- Modern Irish Teóra 'Limit, Border.' (pp. 27-29)
- The Authorship and Structure of the "Annals of Tigernach" (pp. 30-113)
Eoin Mac Neill
- Palaeographical Notes I. The Rawlinson B 502 Tigernach (pp. 114-120)
R. I. Best
- An Irish Penitential (pp. 121-195)
E. J. Gwynn
- A Third Copy of the Guesting of Athirne (pp. 196-199)
- Cúrói and Cúchulinn (pp. 200-209)
- Cináed úa Hartacáin's Poem on Brugh na Bóinne (pp. 210-238)
Lucius Gwynn and Cináed Úa Hartacáin
- On a Line in Patrick's Hymn (p. 239)
- The Lament of the Nun of Beare (pp. 240-241)
- The Death of Conchobar's Sons (pp. 242-243)
- What Brought the Saxons to Ireland (p. 244)
- Report, Session 1913 (pp. i-iv)