Dane Pestano wrote:
> I had thought it was from a later part
> about the burial but it's actually out of the mouth of Mac Erca himself when
> he had confessed his sins and repented before he trusted Sin again.
As he has not yet drowned in the vate of wine, it is less likely that the
poem would be referring to that. Had Sín already turned the three vats of
water into the wine that weakened him?