> E2: [...] .i. arar facaib do sgelaib + do laidib
> E1: [...] acht ar facaib do + scelaib + do laidib
> We have "arar" in E2 and "ar" in E1. As I said in my first posting,
> "arar" seems corrupt to me
But perhaps easy to account for as innovation, given the use of two
different words "ar" in Modern Irish: "ar fhág sé" = all that he left;
"ar ar fhág sé" = on account of all that he left (FGB ar2 10 and ar4 2).