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Irish Texts Society Volume 60: Cóir Anmann

€42.00

Book Details

Published by Irish Texts Society

January 2006

Hardback

Number of pages: 217

In the previous volume, Part 1 of the edition, Dr Sharon Arbuthnot edited two versions of this fascinating text, which deals with the traditions surrounding some of the more important names of early Irish literature and mythology. She also explored in Part 1 the relationship between these two versions and a third, by far the longest, version, an edition and translation of which she now provides in Part 2. Last edited by Stokes in 1897, Dr Arbuthnot's critical edition, now complete, will doubtless also stand the test of time.