The Battle of Airtech
An electronic edition
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Printed source of this electronic edition
The Battle of Airtech, ed. R. I. Best, Ériu 8 (1916) 170-190
Manuscript source of printed text
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.3.18, cat. no. 1337, pp. 724-8
Other manuscript sources
Royal Irish Academy Ms 23 P 2 (The Book of Lecan), cat. no. 535, fol. 169 v
- Early Irish.
- Three words in Latin also occur.
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Date: Final mark-up completed, 2007-03-12
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