Zwei Gebete des Máel-Ísu hua Brolchain (II)
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Neue Mitteilungen aus irischen Handschriften, ed. Kuno Meyer, Archiv für celtische Lexicographie 3 (1907) 231
Manuscript source of printed text
Brussels Ms 2324, p. 56
- Early Irish.
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