Colum Cille Cecinit

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Printed source of this electronic edition

‘Colum Cille Cecinit’, ed. Kuno Meyer, Ériu 4 (1910) 17

Manuscript source of printed text

Bodleian Library Oxford, Ms Laud 615, p. 101

Other Manuscript versions

Trinity College Dublin, Ms H.2.16 (The Yellow Book of Lecan), cat. no. 1318, p. 412e42 (Facsimile)


  • Early Irish.
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