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Published by Hodges, Figgis, Williams & Norgate in Dublin, London .
Written in English


  • Epic literature, Irish.,
  • Ulster cycle.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Parallel Irish text and English translation, preface and notes in English.

Statement[translated and edited by] Kuno Meyer.
SeriesRoyal Irish Academy -- XIV
ContributionsMeyer, Kuno., Royal Irish Academy.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,[1],52p. ;
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17215137M

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the Book of Leinster list have been edited-the majority of them by Kuno Meyer in his monograph 'The Death Tales of the Ulster Heroes'. We can, I think, be sure that these stories are not all proceeding from a single source or author, since they appear in a. Internet Archive BookReader The death-tales of the Ulster heroes. DIAS Online Book Shop The death-tales of the Ulster heroes - ed. Kuno Meyer Published: Format: pbk Pages: vii + 53 Reference: F ISBN: 1 3 Orig. publ. by Royal Irish Academy as vol. XIV of its Todd Lecture Series, ; repr. with addenda and corrigenda, Celtchar, son of Uthechar or Uthidir, is a character from the Ulster Cycle of Irish Scéla Mucce Maic Dathó ("The Tale of Mac Dathó's Pig") he is described as "a grey, tall, very terrible hero of Ulster".When he challenges Cet mac Mágach for the champion's portion, Cet counters that he once emasculated Celtchar with a spear at Celtchar's own res: Donn Cuailnge and Finnbhennach, Liath .

Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Death Tales of the Ulster Heroes () at Two death tales from the Ulster cycle: the death of Cu Roi and the death of Cu Chulainn. [Maria Tymoczko;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maria Tymoczko. Find more information about: ISBN: # Heroes--Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland). Ulster Cycle stories. The Ulster Cycle stories are set in and around the reign of King Conchobar mac Nessa, who rules the Ulaid from Emain Macha (now Navan Fort near Armagh).The most prominent hero of the cycle is Conchobar's nephew, Cú Ulaid are most often in conflict with the Connachta, led by their queen, Medb, her husband, Ailill, and their ally Fergus mac Róich, a former. Folklore -- Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Folklore; Folklore -- Ireland; Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland.