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Fingin looks at Cethern's wounds and decides that they are not too bad. Cethern describes the man who wounded him, and Cuchulain says that man is Fergus's son, who would probably not have wanted Cethern to die had he known who it was. Another wound is determined to have been from Medb, who certainly would have enjoyed killing Cethern. Other wounds are from Ailill and Medb's bodyguards, from their children and from Medb's children and numerous other Irishmen who all wished Cethern dead.

Fingin can tell by the wounds what sort of person gave them, reading the magical signs of the cuts. Cuchulain and Cethern discuss the characters of the people who wounded Cethern and determine each one's motivation for hurting Cethern in the name of Medb and her cattle raid. Fingin says there is no hope for Cethern and for him not...

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