Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus; A Collection of Old-Irish Glosses, Scholia, Prose, and Verse Volume 1

Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus; A Collection of Old-Irish Glosses, Scholia, Prose, and Verse Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...est quam pulsos 15 separatosque a te in senium peruenire9. Elegi usque Maois. uilitati habitationumb terrae posiponenda7 sunt Babiloniorum ambitiosa et culta domicilia, dt'ci't hoc propter eos qui aut habitatione0 diuturnaed8 habitationis in Caldea aut metu similia" in Iudea io patiendi redire10 noluerunt. f. 105a 7..i. Imanaib cainimbedaib ilaigthib 8. arfema.i. duform contimied astar cech fechtnaige foraraili doib iar richtin tire tairngen 9. is inditin 10. forbathib f 105b 1--i-innacomarleicthe.i. innafoammamaigthe" bite fum&am 55 innan drochrig 2..i. indegb sgnu 3..i. is remdei-scaigthit 4..i. huandimeltataid 5. adce 6. dundorbiamni.i. indaas bevimi in doiri coricci sentaid 7..i. is/err liumsa buith inneuch asdoiscairem hi t ir israhel oldaas buith inneuch ditechdaisib" sainemlaib 7 sommaib innambabelondaeh 8..i. robumaith leu buith Aicaldea 30 dugres 9..i. amal fondrodamnatar riam 10..i. hitir n israhel f 105a 8. i.e. every prosperity will be increased upon another to them after continued reaching the Land of Promise. f 105b 1"-e-the permitted, i.e. of the subjected, who are subject to bad 3 kings. 2. i.e. in morality. 6. i.e. than that we should be in captivity till old age. 7. i.e. I had rather be in the meanest place in the land of Israel than in any of the splendid and wealthy houses of the Babylonians. 8. i.e. they were content to be in Chaldea for ever. 9. i.e. as they had endured it before. 10. i.e. into the land 4 of Israel. leg. excipiet 8. habitionum c habitatione han replaced some word like desiderio d MS. diurnae MS. foumamaigthe 'MS. remderscaigthi 'reetias ditherhdaiiib h MS. innahellondae Quia Missericordiam...show more

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  • Paperback | 296 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236548019
  • 9781236548016