The Dialogue between King Cormac and Fíthel
An electronic edition
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Printed source of this digital edition
The Dialogue between King Cormac and Fíthel, ed. Kuno Meyer, Hibernica Minora (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1894) 82-3
Manuscript source of printed text
Bodleian Library Oxford Ms Rawlinson B 512, f. 116 d
Other manuscript versions
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.2.18 (The Book of Leinster), cat. no. 1339, f. 149 a
Trinity College Dublin Ms H.3.18, cat. no. 1337, f. 40 b
- Early Irish.
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Project funder: Professor Marianne McDonald (University of California, San Diego) via the Ireland Funds.
Date: Final mark-up completed, 2007-12-13
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