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Celtica Volume 31 (2019)


  • Newly deciphered Old Irish glosses in the Cadmug Gospels
    Elliott Lash
    p. 1
  • Who are we? On the usage of ‘we/us’ in the St Gall Priscian Glosses
    Bernhard Bauer
    p. 5
  • Blathmac’s stanzas 260–303 on Judgement Day
    Siobhán Barrett and David Stifter
    p. 19
  • The quotatives Old Irish ol / olsé and Middle Welsh heb / hebyr
    Patrick Sims-Williams
    p. 90
  • The prepositional interrogative clause
    Ruairí Ó hUiginn
    p. 124
  • The grammatical sources of the Dwned
    Michaela Jacques
    p. 163
  • An Marco Polo Gaeilge agus Fínghean Mac Carthaigh Riabhach
    Andrea Palandri
    p. 191
  • Brief rules for reading Irish found in printed books, 1571–1863
    Mícheál Hoyne
    p. 213
  • Review article
    • David Stifter: Córus Bésgnai: An Old Irish Law Tract on the Church and Society (Breatnach)
      p. 298
  • Obituary
    • Anders Ahlqvist (1945–2018)
      Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
      p. 308
  • Reviews
    • Karen Ralph: The Cradle of European Culture: Early Medieval Irish Book Art (Dora and Schnoor) p. 311
    • Nike Stam: Glossing the Psalms: The Emergence of the Written Vernaculars in Western Europe from the Seventh to the Twelfth Centuries (Blom) p. 315
    • Chantal Kobel: Ulidia 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, Queen’s University, Belfast, 27–9 June 2013 (Ó Mainnín and Toner) p. 321
  • Abbreviations
    p. 326