Ériu Volume XXXVIII (38), 1987 (Print Copy)
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Edited by: Proinsias Mac Cana
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- Ernest Gordon Quin (1910-1986) (pp. 1-8)
Proinsias Mac Cana
In Defence of Rómánsaíocht (pp. 9-26)
Joseph Falaky Nagy
The Honour of Women in Early Irish Literature (pp. 27-44)
The Ogam Inscriptions and Their Geminate Consonant Symbols (pp. 45-71)
The Irish Vision of the Chinese (pp. 73-79)
Leabhar Gabhála. Part I: The Growth of the Text (pp. 81-142)
R. Mark Scowcroft
Prosody and the Old Celtic Verbal Complex (pp. 143-176)
John T. Koch
Notes on Old Irish Syntax (pp. 177-183)
Ruairí Ó hUiginn
Complex Alliteration, Full and Unstressed Rhyme, and the Origin of Deibide (pp. 185-200)
Varia I. The Athematic s-Subjunctive (p. 201)
Eric P. Hamp
Varia II. Ml.65a465a4 escse and Some Related Forms (pp. 203-205)
Fredrik Otto Lindeman
Varia III. Nóta ar an gclásal coibhneasta réamhfhoclach (pp. 207-208)
Tomás de Bhaldraithe