Three middle-Irish homilies on the lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba

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[s.n.] , Calcutta
Patrick, -- Saint, -- 373?-463?, Brigid, -- of Ireland, Saint, -- ca. 453-ca. 524., Columba, -- Saint, -- 521-597., Christian saints -- Ire
Other titlesPatrick, Brigit and Columba.
Statementedited by Whitley Stokes.
ContributionsStokes, Whitley, 1830-1909.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 140 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17416931M

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Calcutta: [publisher not identified], Thereafter went Patrick (and his train of) eight, together with a gillie Benén, past all the ambushes, in the shape of eight deer and behind them one fawn with a white bird on its shoulder, that is, Benén with Patrick's book-satchel on his back; and thereafter he went into Tara, the doors being shut, to the middle of the palace.

Brigit made prayer and the three were healed at once. Brigit went afterwards with her virgins to Ardachad of Bishop Mél. The king of Teffia was at a feast near them. There was a vessel covered with many gems in the king's hand. And a certain careless man took it out of his hand, and it fell and broke into pieces.

That man was Three middle-Irish homilies on the lives of saints Patrick by the king. Three Middle Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba, by Whitley Stokes; Tripartite Life of Patrick, The, by Whitley Stokes; Where was Saint Patrick Born?, by D Mackintosh MacGregor; Writings of Saint Patrick, the Apostle of Ireland, The, by Saint Patrick, Charles Henry Hamilton Wright.

Whitley Stokes, Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit, and Columba. (Calcutta ). Whitley Stokes, Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore. Edited with translation, notes and indices. (Oxford ). Whitley Stokes, Another Parallel.

Revue Celtique 5 () f. Rev. Richard Henebry, The Life of Columcille. Brigid and Kildare Cathedral: Their backgrounds: pagan and Christian, Irish and European: a summary of a lecture by Tadhg Hayden (2 times) Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (transcribed from the Lebar Brecc).

Edited by W. Irish and Eng by Whitley Stokes (2 times). See the five lives given in the Bollandist Acta Sanctorum, Feb. 1, i. 99,; Cf. Whitley-Stokes, Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saint Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta, ); Colgan, Acta SS.

A more paired down version of the story is found in the text the Tripartite Life of Patrick (Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba).

Details Three middle-Irish homilies on the lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba EPUB

This is the earliest example of a saint’s Life written in the Irish language. It was begun in the ninth century and modified in the twelfth century. (Incorrectly known as BRIDGET). Born in or of princely ancestors at Faughart, near Dundalk, County Louth; d.

1 February,at ng many good offers of marriage, she became a nun and received the veil from St. Macaille. With seven other virgins she settled for a time at the foot of Croghan Hill, but removed thence to Druin Criadh, in the plains of Magh Life.

Three Middle-Irish homilies on the Lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta ), i.e. Betha Phatraic [LB]; Betha Lives of the saints from the Book of Lismore, Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Ser 5 (Oxford ).

Whitley Stokes Free Three Irish Glossaries: Cormac's Glossary, Codex A (from a Manuscript in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy), O'Davoren's Glossary (from a Manuscript in the Library of the British Museum), and a Glossary to the Calendar of Oingus the Culdee (from a Manuscript in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin).

A more paired down version of the story is found in the text the Tripartite Life of Patrick (Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba). This is the earliest example of a saint’s Life written in the Irish language. It was begun in the ninth century and modified in the twelfth century.

Early Christian Ecclesiastical Settlement in Ireland, 5th to 12th Centuries: Database of the Monasticon Hibernicum Project Three Middle-Irish homilies on the lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba. Whitley Stokes.

Calcutta, Cogitosus, Whitley Stokes (ed.), Lives of the saints from the Book of Lismore. Anecdota Oxoniensa. • Three Middle-Irish homilies on the lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba, by Whitley Stokes () • Hail Brigit, an Old-Irish poem on the Hill of Alenn, by Kuno Meyer () • Die altirische Heldensage, Táin bó Cúalnge, in Gaelic & translation in German, by Ernst Windisch ().

Trias Thaumaturga is dedicated to the three wonderworking patrons of Ireland - Saint Patrick, Saint Brigid and Saint Colum Cille. It houses an archive of posts from my former blog Under the Oak and complements my current blog Omnium Sanctorum Hiberniae, where you will find posts on the other saints of Ireland.

Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba. Whitley Stokes (ed), First edition [45 pp.] ( copies privately printed)Calcutta () Encoding Project Description. CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts. Sampling Declaration. The present text represents pages 3–47 of the volume.

Whitley Stokes, ‘On the Calendar of Oengus’, Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, Irish Manuscripts Series, I (Dublin, ). Whitley Stokes (ed.), Three Middle-Irish homilies on the lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta, ).

Chatsworth (Derbyshire), Book of Lismore [s. xv] ff. 1, 3–7 “Betha Phatraic: On the Life of Saint Patrick”, in: Stokes, Whitley, Three Middle-Irish homilies on the Lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba, Calcutta, 1–47, Whitley Stokes, Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of the Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta ) Whitley, Stokes, Lives of the Saints from the Book of Lismore (Oxford ) The edition used in the digital edition.

Three Middle-Irish homilies on the Lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba Stokes, Whitley, Three Middle-Irish homilies on the Lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba, Calcutta, In hagiology, Three Middle-Irish Homilies, or the Lives of Ss. Patrick, Brigit, and Columba (), and the Corpus of material relating to St.

Patrick, which was published in the Rolls Series, and named, from the fullest of these lives of the saint, The Tripartite Life of St.

Patrick (). Three middle-Irish homilies on the lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba / edited by Whitley Stokes Stokes, Whitley, [ Book: ] View.

A review of W. Stokes, Three Middle-Irish Homilies in the Lives of SS Patrick, Brigit and Columba. Audollent, Auguste Marie Henri, Defixionum tabellae quotquot innotuerunt: tam in Graecis Orientis quam in totius Occidentis.

Togail bruidne Dá Derga. The destruction of Da Derga's hostel () avec Whitley Stokes () comme Éditeur scientifique. About the yearowing to the Scandinavian raids, the relics of St.

Brigid were taken to Downpatrick, where they were interred in the tomb of St. Patrick and St. Columba. The relics of the three saints were discovered inand on 9 June of the following year were solemnly translated to a suitable resting place in Downpatrick Cathedral.

Three Middle-Irish homilies on the lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba.

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The Saltair Na Rann A Collection of Early Middle Irish Poems, Oxford, The Claredon Press, Stokes, W. Three Middle-Irish Homilies on The Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba, Calcutta, San Isidoro De Sevilla, Etimologias, Madrid, Biblioteca de Author: Shellyann.Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba.

Edited by Whitley Stokes. (One hundred copies privately printed.) 8vo, 12 -f pp., Calcutta, 'On the Life of Saint Brigit' in Three Middle-Irish Homilies on the Lives of Saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta, ), Homily from the Leabhar Breac - Conclusion; On the Life of Saint Brigid - a Homily from the L Adest Dies Leticie - This is the Day of Rejoicing.