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0000 0000 8346 1478
Name: 
Atkinson, R.
Atkinson, Robert
Dates: 
1839-1908
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Bernard, J. H. (1860-1927)
Bernard, John Henry (1860-1927)
Commissioners for publishing the ancient laws and anstitutes of Ireland
Commissioners for publishing the ancient laws and institutes of Ireland
Hancock, William Neilson (1820-1888)
Keating, Geoffrey (1570?-1644?)
Keating, Seathrún (1570?-1644?)
O'Donovan, John (1806-1861)
Paris, Matthew (1200-1259)
Titles: 
Ancient laws of Ireland
book of Leinster, The : sometime called the Book of Glendalough, a collection of pieces (prose and verse) in the Irish language, compiled ... about the middle of the XII century ; now for the first time published ... by the Royal Irish Academy
Celtica.
Comparative grammar of the Dravidian languages.
emendation., An
Irish lexicography: an introductory lecture.
Irish Liber hymnorum, The
Leabhar breac.
legend of Igor's raid: an old Russian song of the twelfth century., The
Liber hymnorum (Irish). Irish Liber hymnorum ... [MI] 1898
Matthaeus Parisiensis. La vie de Seint Auban, 1876:
Note on Brehon laws, vol. iv, p. 382.
On the trisyllabic endings of the pentameter in Propertius.
passions and the homilies from Leabhar breac; text, translation, and glossary, The
Slovo o policu Igoreve (poema russo).
Strictures on Mr. Luard's edition of a French poem on the life of Edward the Confessor.
three shafts of death
Tri bior-ghaoithe an bháis ("The three shafts of death") of Geoffrey Keating
Uraiceċt becc and certain other selected Brehon law tracts
Vie de Seint Auban : a poem in Norman-French
yellow book of Lecan, The : a collection of pieces (prose and verse in the Irish language, in part compiled at the end of the fourteenth century : now for the first time publ. from the original manuscript in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, by the Royal Irish Academy
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