sounds like a wonderful cd btw...
> After reading and listening to the Modern Irish "orthaí" (spells,
> charms) in the book/CD _Aniar_, I was inspired to take another look at
> some of the Old Irish examples. There are three from the Stowe Missal
> in the Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus. A photo of the relevant page (67
> in MS D ii 3 in the RIA collection) is available on line from ISOS.
> The most completely legible of the three is a charm against a thorn.
> After taking a hard look at the enlarged photo of the text, however, I
> now question the Thesaurus edition at two points. I've posted
> enlargements of the portions of text in question on my blog, and
> invite you to take a look and tell me what you see:
> "Mo" instead of "M[ac]c"
> "mo" instead of "nip"