Colman mac Duach and Guaire
An electronic edition
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Printed source of this electronic edition
Colman mac Duach and Guaire, ed. J. G. OKeeffe, Ériu 1 (1904) 43-48
Manuscript source of printed text
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.2.16 (The Yellow Book of Lecan), cat. no. 1318, col. 796 (p. 133a of facsimile)
- The text is Old Irish, possibly from the tenth century (cf. O’Keeffe, p. 43).
- The text ends with the Latin word Finit.
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