The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran eBook

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  Alto et ineffabili apostolorum cetui
  Celestis Ierosolime, sublimioris specule,
  Sedenti tribunalibus solis modo micantibus,
  Queranus sacerdos sanctus, insignis Christi nuntius,
  Inaltatus est manibus angelorum celestibus,
  Consummatis felicibus sanctitatum generibus;
  Quem Tu Christe apostolum mundo misisti hominem,
  Gloriosum in omnibus nouissimis temporibus.

[Footnote 1:  This word omitted in MSS.]

[Footnote 2:  Omitted in MSS.]

[Footnote 3:  Corrected by a note in the margin to illi.]

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INDEX

(For the leading incidents in the Life, see the list, pp. 11 ff.).

Abban, St.,
Adamnan, St.,
Aed, St.,
Aed mac Brenainn,
Aed Slaine,
Aei. See Mag Ai. 
Aengus maccu Luigse. See Oenna. 
Aengussius. See Oengus. 
Ailbe, St.,
Ailithir, abbot of Clonmacnois,
Ainmire mac Colgain,
Ainmire mac Setna,
Ainmireach. See Ainmire mac Colgain. 
Alban, St.,
Alexander,
almsgiving, See also hospitality.
Altus Prosator,
Ambacuc,
angels,
Angina. See Inis Aingin.
animals, See also resuscitation, hound. 
Anmereus. See Ainmire mac Colgain.
antilum,
Ara (Aran Is.),
Aradenses. See Dal nAraide. 
Aran Is. See Ara. 
Ard Abla,
Ard Machae (Armagh),
Ard Manntain,
Ard Tiprat, See also Cluain maccu Nois.
assemblies,
austerities,
Ay. See Mag Ai.

Baithin, St.,
Ballynagore,
Bangor. See Beannchor. 
Beannchor (Bangor, Co.  Down),
bearer,
Becc mac De,
bells,
benediction of food,
Benen, St.,
Beoanus, Beoedus. See Beoit. 
Beoit,
Beonedus, Beonnadus. See Beoit. 
Birra (Birr, King’s Co.),
birthplace of Ciaran,
boban, See also Bells. 
Boecius, Boeus. See Beoit.
bones,
bonfire,
books and book-satchels,
books preserved from wet,
Brenainn, St.,
Brenainn of Cluain Ferta, St.,
Brigit, St.,
Brigit of Cu Cathrach,
Brynach, St.,

Cadoc, St.,
Cael Cholum,
Cainnech, St.,
Camerarius,
Cana of Galilee,
Carabine, Red Brian,
Cathach, a monster,
Cathacus, Cathi. See Inis Cathaig. 
Cattle, sacred,
Cellach mac Eogain Beil,
Cenel Conaill,
Cenel Fiachach,
Cenel Fiachrach, See also Cenel Fiachach. 
Christ, parallels between lives of Ciaran and. See Tendenz. 
Ciaran, passim.  Poem attributed to,
Ciaran of Saigir, St.,
Ciaran, other saints called,
Ciarraige,
clairvoyance,
cloak floated on water,
cloak of Senan,
Clonard. See Cluain Iraird. 
Clonmacnois. See Cluain maccu Nois. 
Clonsingle,
Cluain Cruim,

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