The song of Dermot and the Earl:
an Old French poem from the Carew manuscript no. 596 in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth palace;
ed., with literal translation and notes, a facsimle and a map, by Goddard Henry Orpen.
|Related Names:||Regan, Morice fl. 1171., Orpen, Goddard Henry 1852-1932.|
Oxford, Clarendon press, 1892.
Pembroke, Richard de Clare,
Pembroke, Richard de Clare, /
Pembroke, Richard de Clare, / earl of, /
Dermot MacMurrough, > Dermot MacMurrough, / King of Leinster, > Dermot MacMurrough, / King of Leinster, / 1110?-1171.
Names, Geographical > Names, Geographical / Ireland.
Anglo-Norman dialect > Anglo-Norman dialect / Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Manuscripts, Anglo-Norman > Manuscripts, Anglo-Norman / Facsimiles.
Ireland > Ireland / History > Ireland / History / English Conquest, 1166-1186.
With Chronological table, Pedigree of Dermot MacMurrough, Table of the descendants of Nesta, List of authorities (p. -254 Index locorum, Index nominum, and glossary.
Anglo-Norman poem on the Norman conquest of Ireland, apparently based on a contemporary account by Morice Regan. Hence incorrectly ascribed to Regan in older works. The manuscript is imperfect, the beginning and end are wanting.
xli, , 355 p.
front. (fold. facsim.) fold. map.
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