>>where did you find this Dennis?
>It's from page 101 of the MS, the third stanza of three,
>which Meyer entitled "Segen der Freigebigkeit". He
>edited it, without translation, on page 222 of ArchCeltLex,
> iii Band, 3 Heft
Ah. I once had access to a copy of ArchCeltLex, and very stupidly
photocopied only those hundreds of pages I thought I might need one day.
Naturally, as the years went by, my interests broadened a bit, and now
I'm left to kick myself every so often!
Does Meyer say anything more there about Laud 615? Anything further on
the date of the MS (a few years later, in Ériu v p 7, he said he thought
the MS was fifteenth century), or the date of composition of these three
poems; anything like that?
>> Are there poems from Laud 615 that have been edited somewhere?
>Meyer edited three in "Neue Mitteilungen aus Irischen
>Handschriften" in the above volume, all three consisting
>of just three stanzas each:
> 1. "Rob soraid an sęt-sa" (p. 55 of the MS; also found
>in Ériu 6, p. 112
I see that in Ériu vi he describes this first poem as Middle Irish, and
feels that it is consistent with having been composed by Mael-Ísu Ua
Brolcháin. (The latter died in 1086.)
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