Old Irish Workbookby E. G. Quin
This is a compendium of Old-Irish grammar with translation exercises. It is a companion volume to ‘Old Irish Paradigms’ and ‘Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses’. First published in 1974, it provides a series of lessons and exercises designed to introduce students to the foundational rules of medieval Irish grammar. It is a core university text for students of Old Irish.
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