Leabhar Imuinn: The Book of Hymns of the Ancient Church of Ireland, Volume 1

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James Henthorn Todd
Printed at the University Press for the Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, 1855 - 304 pages
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Page 97 - I will give thanks unto the Lord, according to his righteousness ; and I will praise the name of the Lord most high. Psalm viii. Domine, Dominus noster. LORD, our Governor, how excellent is thy name in all the world; thou that hast set thy glory...
Page 8 - Committee ; although not supposed to be older than the latter part of the thirteenth or beginning of the fourteenth century,* it is considered as being of the earliest date of the M..SS.
Page 97 - The cause was this:—Finnen of Magh Bile went to Mugint for instruction, and Rioc and Talmach, and several others with him. Drust was King of Britain then, and had a daughter, viz. Drusticc was her name, and he gave her to Mugint to be taught to read...
Page 56 - Licet hymnos Ambrosianos habeamus in canone, tarnen quoniam reliquorum sunt aliqui, qui digni sunt forma...
Page 1 - at no distant period' — a promise which they have not yet fulfilled. Dr. Todd considered that the Trinity College MS. could not be assigned to a later date than the ninth or tenth century.
Page 105 - Lanigan has observed, that almost all those who are spoken of as having studied at Rosnat, or Alba, were natives of Ulster.
Page 87 - And so they obtained their wishes from God, viz. the earth to Guaire, wisdom to Cumain Foda, and sickness and disease to Caimine, so that not one bone of him remained united to the other on earth, but his flesh dissolved, and his nerves, with the excess of every disease that fell upon him.
Page 39 - Paulus 4 , 23 die altlangobardische tracht: cervicem usque ad occipitium radentes nudabant, capillos a facie usque ad os dimissos habentes, quos in utramque partem in frontis discrimine dividebant.
Page 97 - Rioc in marriage.'' And Finnen sent Talmach to her that night in the form of Rioc, and he knew her, and from thence was conceived and born Lonan of Treoit. But Drusticc supposed that Rioc had known her, and she said that Rioc was the father of her son. But this was false, because Rioc was a virgin. Then Mugint was...

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