The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge
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The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

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  • THE ANCIENT IRISH EPIC TALE TÁIN BÓ CÚALNGE
  • "THE CUALNGE CATTLE-RAID"
    • By
  • JOSEPH DUNN
    • Professor at the Catholic University Washington
    • WITH TWO PAGES IN FACSIMILÉ OF THE MANUSCRIPTS
    • LONDON DAVID NUTT 17 GRAPE STREET, NEW OXFORD STREET, W.C 1914
    • To the Memory of MY MOTHER
  • CONTENTS
  • PREFACE
    • I. The Prologue
    • II. The Embassage to Darè and the Occasion of the Táin
    • III. The Gathering of Medb's Forces
    • IV. The Youthful Exploits of Cuchulain
    • V. The Single Combats of Cuchulain
    • VI. The Gathering of the Ulstermen and the Final Battle of the Táin
    • VII. The End of the two Bulls
    • WORKS ON THE TÁIN BÓ CÚALNGE
      • (Our Bibliography has no Pretension at being Complete)
      • Here beginneth Táin Bó Cúalnge The Cualnge Cattle-raid
    • (Our Bibliography has no Pretension at being Complete)
    • Here beginneth Táin Bó Cúalnge The Cualnge Cattle-raid
  • I. THE PILLOW-TALK
  • II. 1THE OCCASION OF THE TÁIN1
  • III. 1THE RISING-OUT OF THE MEN OF CONNACHT AT CRUACHAN AI1
  • IV. THE FORETELLINGa
  • V. THIS IS THE ROUTE OF THE TÁIN
  • VI. THE MARCH OF THE HOST
  • VII. THE YOUTHFUL EXPLOITS OF CUCHULAIN
  • VIIa. THE SLAYING OF THE SMITH'S HOUND BY CUCHULAIN, AND THE REASON HE IS CALLED CUCHULAIN
  • VIIb. 1THE TAKING OF ARMS BY CUCHULAIN AND1 2THE SLAYING OF THE THREE SONS OF NECHT SCENE IS NOW TOLD HERE2
  • VIIc. 1BELOW IS A SEPARATE VERSION AS FAR AS THE SLAYING OF ORLAM
  • VIII. THE SLAYING OF ORLAM
  • VIIIa. 1THE SLAYING OF THE THREE MacARACH1
  • VIIIb. 1THE COMBAT OF LETHAN AND CUCHULAIN1
  • VIIIc. 1THE KILLING OF THE SQUIRREL AND OF THE TAME BIRD1
  • VIIId. 1THE SLAYING OF LOCHE1
  • VIIIe. 1THE KILLING OF UALA1
  • VIIIf. 1THE HARRYING OF CUALNGE FOLLOWETH HERE BELOW1
  • IX. THE PROPOSALS
  • X. 1THE VIOLENT DEATH OF ETARCUMUL1
  • XI. 1THE SLAYING OF NATHCRANTAIL1
  • XII. 1THE FINDING OF THE BULL1
  • XIIa. THE DEATH OF FORGEMEN
  • XIIb. 1HERE IS NARRATED THE SLAYING OF REDG THE LAMPOONIST1
  • XIIc. 1HERE IS TOLD THE MEETING OF CUCHULAIN AND FINNABAIR1
  • XIId. 1HERE THE COMBAT OF MUNREMAR AND CUROI1
  • XIIe. 1THE SLAUGHTER OF THE BOY-TROOP1a
  • XIIf. 1THE SLAUGHTER OF THE KING'S BODYGUARD1
  • XIII. 1THE COMBAT OF CÛR WITH CUCHULAIN1
  • XIV. 1THE SLAYING OF FERBAETH ('THE WITLESS')1
  • XIVa. 1THE COMBAT OF LARINE MacNOIS1
  • XIVb. 1THE COLLOQUY OF THE MORRIGAN AND CUCHULAIN1
  • XV. 1HERE FOLLOWETH THE COMBAT OF LOCH AND CUCHULAIN ON THE TÁIN,1 2AND THE SLAYING OF LOCH SON OF MOFEMIS2
  • XVI. 1THE VIOLATION OF THE AGREEMENT1
  • XVIa. 1THE HEALING OF THE MORRIGAN1
  • XVII. THE GREAT ROUT ON THE PLAIN OF MURTHEMNE FOLLOWETH HERE BELOW
  • XVIIa. THE SLAUGHTER OF THE YOUTHS OF ULSTERa
  • XVIIb. THE SCYTHED CHARIOT
  • XVIIc. 1THE ACCOUNT OF THE APPEARANCE OF CUCHULAIN1
  • XVIId. DUBTHACH'S JEALOUSYa
  • XVIII. 1THE SLAYING OF OENGUS SON OF OENLAM1
  • XVIIIa. HERE NOW IS TOLD THE MISTHROW AT BELACH EOIN.
  • XVIIIb. HERE NOW FOLLOWETH THE DISGUISING OF TAMON
  • XIX. 1THE BATTLE OF FERGUS AND CUCHULAIN1
  • XIXa. HERE NOW COMETH THE HEAD-PLACE OF FERCHU
  • XIXb. 1MANN'S FIGHT1
  • XIXc. 1THE COMBAT OF CALATIN'S CHILDREN1
  • XX. THE COMBAT OF FERDIAD 1AND CUCHULAIN1
  • XXI. 1CUCHULAIN AND THE RIVERS1
  • XXII. 1CETHERN'S STRAIT-FIGHT1
  • XXIIa. 1CETHERN'S BLOODY WOUNDS1
  • XXIII. HERE FOLLOWETH THE TOOTH-FIGHT OF FINTAN
  • XXIIIa. THE RED-SHAME OF MENN FOLLOWETH HERE
  • XXIIIb. HERE FOLLOWETH THE ACCOUTREMENT OF THE CHARIOTEERS
  • XXIIIc. 1THE WHITE-FIGHT OF ROCHAD NOW FOLLOWETH1
  • XXIIId. HERE FOLLOWETH ILIACH'S CLUMP-FIGHT
  • XXIIIe. HERE NOW THE DEER-STALKING OF AMARGIN IN TALTIU
  • XXIIIf. THE ADVENTURES OF CUROI SON OF DARÈ FOLLOW NOW
  • XXIV. THE REPEATED WARNING OF SUALTAIM
  • XXIVa. 1THE AGITATION OF CELTCHAR1
  • XXV. 1HERE FOLLOWETH THE ARRAY OF THE HOST1
  • XXVI. 1THE DECISION OF THE BATTLE1
  • XXVII. 1NOW OF THE BATTLE OF GARECH1
  • XXVIIa. 1HERE FOLLOWETH THE MUSTER OF THE MEN OF ERIN1
  • XXVIII. 1THE BATTLE OF THE BULLS1
  • XXIX. 1ACCOUNT OF THE BROWN BULL OF CUALNGE1
  • INDEX AND PRONUNCIATION OF THE MORE FREQUENTLY OCCURRING PLACE AND PERSONAL-NAMES.
  • Footnotes.
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