Inmael and Inecen
An electronic edition
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Printed source of this digital edition
Anecdota from Irish MSS (I), ed. Kuno Meyer, The Gaelic Journal 4, no. 37 (Feb. 1891) 69
Manuscript source of printed text
Royal Irish Academy Ms 23 P 2 (The Book of Lecan), p. 166 b
Other manuscript versions
British Museum Ms Egerton 92, f. 16 b
- Middle Irish.
- The text ends with the Latin word Finit.
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Project funder: Professor Marianne McDonald (University of California, San Diego) via the Ireland Funds.
Date: Final mark-up completed, 2007-09-11
Text ID: km.gj.4.37.001
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