The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 368 pages of information about The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Tin B Calnge.
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PREFACE1
I. The Prologue5
II.  The Embassage to Dare and the Occasion of the Tain5
III.  The Gathering of Medb’s Forces5
IV.  The Youthful Exploits of Cuchulain6
V. The Single Combats of Cuchulain6
VI.  The Gathering of the Ulstermen and the Final Battle of the Tain6
VII.  The End of the two Bulls7
WORKS ON THE TAIN BO CUALNGE12
Here beginneth Tain Bo Cualnge17
I17
II19
III21
IV23
V26
VI27
VII43
VIIa48
VIIb52
VIIc66
VIII67
VIIIa69
VIIIb69
VIIIc70
VIIId73
VIIIe74
VIIIf76
IX79
X85
XI92
XII96
XIIa99
XIIb99
XIIc100
XIId101
XIIe102
XIIf103
XIII103
XIV105
XIVa108
XIVb112
XV112
XVI121
XVIa122
XVII123
XVIIa125
XVIIb127
XVIIc132
XVIId133
XVIII135
XVIIIa135
XVIIIb136
XIX136
XIXa139
XIXb140
XIXc140
XX143
XXI177
XXII177
XXIIa180
XXIII186
XXIIIa187
XXIIIb188
XXIIIc188
XXIIId190
XXIIIe192
XXIIIf192
XXIV194
XXIVa199
XXV200
XXVI225
XXVII227
XXVIIa228
XXVIII237
XXIX239
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Bacca:  in Corcumruad243
Callann:  the Callan, a river near Emain Macha244
Dall Scena:  a place north of Aile245
Elg:  an old name for Ireland246
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Gabal:  the Feeguile, a river in the King’s County248
Ialla Ilgremma:  near Sliab Betha and Mag Dula248
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MacMagach:  relatives of Ailill249
Nemain:  the Badb250
Ochain:  the name of Conchan bar’s shield250
Partraige beca:  Partry in Slechta south-west of Kells, in Meath250
Rath Airthir:  a place in Connacht250
Sas:  a river in Conalle Murthemni250
Tadg:  a river in Conalle Murthemni251
Uachtur Lua:  in the land of Ross252
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