Early modern prose and Fenian tales
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An ceathranach caolriabhach -- Bruighean eochadh bhig deirig -- Bruighean ceise coruin.
Bound manuscript of 76 pages, some of which are mutilated with loss of text. Earlier version of the catalog record gives the date of production as 1780 and identifies the scribe as Seaghan O'Domhail, however the basis for this attribution is unknown.
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Open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Nothing is known of the purported scribe Seaghan O'Domhail. He is presumed to have been an Irish folklorist or historian.
1 Volumes (76 pages ) : paper ; 20 x 14 cm
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Acquired from Ruth M. Small in 1986.
Materials Specific Details
Formerly bound in a rustic leather binding fashioned from a boot upper. Disbound following conservation treatment, the loose leaves are now housed in mylar folders. The leather binding has been retained.
The early modern prose and Fenian tales: manuscript (MS.1986.085.002) was disbound for conservation in 2019. The gatherings proved too fragile to rebind. The resulting loose sheets are confusing to navigate. Please keep the pages in order and note the page numbering at the top of each block of text--added during conservation--which represents the pagination of the bound volume before Burns Library disassembled it.
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