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Printed source of this electronic edition
A Portrait, ed. J. G. O’Keeffe, in Miscellany Presented to Kuno Meyer, O. J. Bergin & C. Marstrander eds. (Halle 1912) 246-9
Manuscript source of printed text
An unnumbered loose sheet of MS then (1912) in the Franciscan Library, Merchants’ Quay, Dublin. This leaf “has been mislaid, and a search among unsorted manuscripts in the library failed to locate it” (see Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts in the Franciscan Library Killiney, Dillon, Mooney & De Brún eds., DIAS 1969, p. ix).
- Early Modern Irish.
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Date: Final mark-up completed, 2008-10-13
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