The Third Book Of The Dun Cow

Author: Walter Wangerin
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626810710
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The long awaited conclusion to the National Book Award-winning THE BOOK OF THE DUN COW trilogy, from Walter Wangerin, Jr. Pertelote, widow of Chauntecleer the Golden Rooster, takes up his mantle as leader of the Animals as they seek safety ...

The Book Of Sorrows

Author: Walter Wangerin, Jr.
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 031021081X
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Following a conflict with the dreaded Wyrm, the barnyard animals try to piece together their shattered lives while unaware that their enemy plans new attacks.

Mourning Into Dancing

Author: Walter Wangerin, Jr.
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310207657
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Discusses the grief that results from the loss of things that give meaning to life, defines the stages of grief, and offers a new vision of Christ's sacrifice to help make the journey through grief to healing

Medieval Visions Of Heaven And Hell

Author: Eileen Gardiner
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780824033484
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The work appears in two famous Irish manuscripts, both in the Royal Irish
Academy, Dublin: The Book of the Dun Cow and Tlie Speckled Book, and two
other manuscripts. This work, which is approximately 500 words long, shows the
influence of the Seven Heavens Apocryphon, the Vision of Paul, and the writings
of Gregory the Great. On the feast of John the Baptist, Adamna'n is said to be
conveyed to the otherworld, where his guardian angel leads him first on a tour of
heaven, of the ...

Celtic Myth And Legend

Author: Charles Squire
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486122093
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The oldest is the Black Book of Caermarthen, which dates from the third quarter
of the twelfth century; the Book of Aneurin, which was written late in the thirteenth;
the Book of Taliesin, assigned to the fourteenth; and the Red Book of Hergest,
compiled by various persons during that century and the one following it. The first
three of these “Four Ancient Books of Wales” are small in ... upon Saint Columba
in the Book of the Dun Cow —the dates of authorship are actually given. In others
, we.

Medieval Scholarship Biographical Studies On The Formation Of A Discipline

Author: Helen Damico
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317732014
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In the tenth century additional passages, more modern in language and diction,
were inserted, and the whole conglomerate passed into the Lebor na hUidre(The
Book of the Dun Cow), the early-eleventh-century manuscript preserved in the
Royal Irish Academy. Yet the ... The original scribe began the copying of the text,
a second hand is that of the “continuator,” and the third is that of the “reviser,” who
added new text in passages and on pages he had scraped clean. Thurneysen ...

The Dublin University Magazine

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In the “Book of the Dun Cow” already quoted, it is mentioned that when the story
of the Tain Bo Cuailgne was recovered, St. Kiaran, sixth century, wrote it down on
the hide of his pet cow. ... in the Saint's copying of the “Cattle Spoil,” or the
composition of the latter story by King Cormac's daughter, but ask for credit to be
given to the copier's good faith, and also to the general fact of our existing
collections of Celtic MSS. being mere copies at first second or third hand, of more
ancient ones.

University Magazine

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Witness the Oghuim remains and the allusions made in the early books to pieces
written on their staves. ... In the “Book of the Dun Cow” already quoted, it is
mentioned that when the story of the Tain Bo Ouailgne was recovered, St. Kiaran,
sixth century, wrote it down on the hide of his pet cow. In the Book of Leinster, the
tragic story of “Prince Baile and Princess Aillin” is attributed by the copier to the
en of Princess Ailve, daughter of ormac Mac Airt, who flourished in the third
century.

Dublin University Magazine

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Witness the Oghuim remains and the allusions made in the early books to pieces
written on their staves. ... In the " Book of the Dun Cow" already quoted, it is
mentioned that when the story of the Tain Bo Cuailgne was recovered, St. Kiaran,
sixth century, wrote it down on the hide of his pet cow. In the Book of Leinster, the
tragic story of "Prince Baile and Princess Aillin" is attributed by the copier to the
pen of Princess Ailve, daughter of Cormac Mac Airt, who flourished in the third
century.