The Edinburgh Dinnshenchas
An electronic edition
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Printed source of this electronic edition
The Edinburgh Dinnshenchas, ed. Whitley Stokes, Folklore 4 (1893) 473-97
Manuscript source of printed text
National Library of Scotland 72.1.16, (Edinburgh XVI), f. 4 a
Other manuscript copies
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.2.18, cat. no. 1339 (The Book of Leinster), pp 159-60, 165-70 (prose), & pp 151-8, 161-4, 191-216 (poems)
Royal Irish Academy Ms 23 P 12, cat. no. 536 (The Book of Ballymote), pp 349-410 (facsimile pagination)
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.3.3, cat. no. 1322
Royal Irish Academy Ms 23 P 2, cat. no. 535 (The Book of Lecan), pp 461-525
British Library Ms Egerton 1781
Rennes MS, f. 90-125
- Early Irish.
- Some words in Latin occur.
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Date: Final mark-up completed, 2007-11-15
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