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Printed source of this electronic edition
Four Religious Poems, ed. Kuno Meyer, Ériu 6 (1912) 112-116
Manuscript source of printed text
Royal Irish Academy Stowe Ms B iv 2, cat. no. 1080, fol. 150 a
Other manuscript sources
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.1.11, cat. no. 1285, fol. 151 a
- Old Irish (cf. Meyer, p. 116).
Published by:Thesaurus Linguae Hibernicae,
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Belfield, Dublin 4
Project funder: Professor Marianne McDonald (University of California, San Diego) via the Ireland Funds.
Date: Final mark-up completed, 2007-02-23
Text ID: km.eriu.6.001
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List of witnesses:
- B: Royal Irish Academy Stowe Ms. B iv 2
- H: Trinity College Dublin Ms. H.1.11
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