Orgain Denna Ríg


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304] BoÎ Cobthach Coel Breg mac ÿgaine MÕir i rrÎge Breg. BaÎ

305] dano Loegaire Lorc mac ÿgaine i rrÎge Laigen. Ba formtech

306] Cobthach fri Loegaire im rÎge Laigen, corra gaib sergg & galar

307] de, coro sergg a fuil & a feoil de, conid de ro boÎ Coel Breg fair-

308] sium; & nÎ roacht marbad in Loegaire.

309] Con-acrad dÕ co farcbad bennachtain ocai ria n-Êcaib. In

310] tan didiu do-lluid a brÂthair chucai issin tech brister coss

311] erÊne circe for lÂr in taige.

312] NÎp sirsan do galar, or Laegaire.

313] Is tairisi Õn, or Cobthach. Do-chuaid ass uile a n-Î-siu eter fuil

314] & chnÂim, eter bethaid & indili. Do-rigÊnsaid fuachtain frim,

315] a gillu, .i. cos na circe do brissiud; dos-fucaid dom-sa co tarat

316] chuimrech n-impe.

317] FÊ amai, or Laegaire, is meth & mell dond fir; is tabarta i

318] n-Êslis.

319] Tair-siu i-mbÂrach, or Cobthach, co raltar mo fert-sa latt, ar

320] at-bÊl-sa for lßath.

321] Maith, or Loegaire, do-gÊntar.

322] Maith, trÂ, or Cobthach ria rÎgna & ria rechtaire, apraid-si ba

323] marb-sa can fis do nach ailiu ocus dom-berar im charpat &

324] altan scene im lÂim. Do-raga mo brÂthair co dÎchra dom

325] chaÎniud; bÊs ron-sua nÎ uaim-se di suidiu.

326] Ba fÎr sÕn. Do-berar i-mmach in carpat. Do-thaet a brÂthair

327] dia chaÎniud. TÊit-side cona tailce fair an-ßas. Nos clanna in


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328] sciain ind oca fordrund, co tuargaib cend ass i coirr a chride,

329] conid romarb de.

 

330] Fo-rÂcaib Loegaire mac .i. Ailill âine. Ro gab-side rÎge Lagen.

331] NÎrbo lÕr dano la Cobthach in chÊtfingal, co tart argat do neoch

332] do-rat dig tonnaid do Ailill combo marb de. Iar sin ro gab-som

333] rÎge Lagen. Fo-rÂcaib dano Ailill âine mac .i. MÕen Ollam. Am-

334] labar side dano combo fer mÕr. Laa dÕ didiu isin chluichimaig

335] oc immÂin do-rala cammÂn dar a lurggain.

336] Rom-Ânic-se Õn, or sÊ.

337] Labraid Moen, or na gillai. Labraid a ainm Õnd uair sin.

338] Con-gairther fir h-êrenn do Chobthach do thomailt Fesse

339] Temrach. Luid Labraid dano cumma chÂich. In tan didiu ba

340] h-Âinium dÕib ic tomailt na fesse, bÂtar int aes admolta for in

341] lÂr oc admolad ind rÎg & na rÎgna & na flathi & na n-Õcthigern.

342] Maith didiu, or Cobthach, in fetabair cia as fÊliu fil i

343] n-hêrinn?

344] Ro-fetamar, or Craptine, .i. Labraid Moen mac Ailella âine.

345] Ron-Ânac-sa i n-erruch, coro marb a oendam dam-sa. Is hÊ as

346] fÊliu.

347]Ro-fetamar, ar Ferchertni fili. Ron-Ânac-sa dano i ngaimriud,

348] coro marb a oenboin dam.

349] Eircid-siu les-sium dano, ar Cobthach, ar is fÊliu an-dß-sa.

350] NÎpa messaiti-seom de sin, or Craiptine, & nÎpat ferdde-siu.

351] A h-êrind dßib-si immorro, ol Cobthach.

352] Mani fagbam ar n-inad inti, ar Moen, bid fÎr.

353] Dlomtair iarum.

354] Cid ragmae? or Moen.

355] Siar, or Ferchertni.

356] Tiagait iarum co rrÎg Fer Morca (.i. Fir Morca bÂtar immon

357] Lßachair nDedad thÎar. Scoriath iss hÊ ba rÎ dÕib).

358] Cid dofor-fuc? or ScorÎath.


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359] Ar ndlomad do rÎg h-êrenn.

360] Fo-chen dßib, or sÊ, bid inund techt nÕ anad dßn cÊin

361] no mbeo-sa. Robar bia degcommaid.

362] Ingen la ScorÎath, MorÎath a h-ainm. No bÎthe co a forcomÊt

363] co llÊir, ar n tÊrglas aithech tige di i nHÊrind. A mmÂthair

364] oca comÊt; & nÎro chomthuilset a d sßil rÎam acht indala n-aÎ

365] oc aire a ingine. Ro charastar immorro ind ingen inn Î Labraid.

366] BaÎ comairle eter in n-ingin & Labraid. Ro boÎ urgnam mÕr

367] la Scoriath do Feraib Morca. Is ed comairle do-rÕnsat, Craip-

368] tine do seinm suantraige iarsind Õl, co comtholad a mmÂthair-si,

369] co roissed-som in n-imdai. Ba fÎr sÕn immorro. NÎ derchelt

370] Craiptine a chruit dadaig, coro chotail in banscÂl & co

371] comarnaic ind lÂnamuin.

372] NÎrbo fota tr iar sin coro dßsig-si.

373] At-rae suas, a Scoriath, or sÎ, is olc in cotlud a taÎ; anÂl

374] mnÂa lat ingin. Cluinte a h-osnaid iar techt a menmarcce.

375] At-racht iarum Scoriath.

376] Fintar cia do-rÕne so, or sÊ, coro claidbither fo chÊtÕir.

377] NÎcon fess dano cia do-rÕne.

378] A cenna dona druÎdib & dona filedaib, or sÊ, mani fintar

379] cia do-rÕne.

380] Bid anim duit, or Ferchertne, do munter do marbad.

381] Do chend dano dÎt-so fÊin, ar ScorÎath, mani aprai.

382] Apair, or Labraid, is leÕr mo mudugud m'oenur.

383] Is and as-bert Ferchertne:

384] NÎ ceilt cÊis ceÕl do chruit Chraiphtini

385] co corastar for sluagu suanbÂs

386] con-sreth coibnius etir sceo MaÎn MorÎath macdacht Morca


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387] mÕ [lee] cech luag Labraid.

 

388] Labraid, or sÊ, cond-rÂnic frie iar for tÂlgud do chruit

389] Chraipthine.

390] Ro mert-som a muintir i ssuidiu.

391] Maith trÂ, or Scoriath., nÎcon tÊrglansam-ni cÊli diar n-ingin

392] cosin-nocht ara seirc lind. Cia no bemis-ni ica thogu, iss Ê

393] fuaramar and. DÊntar Õl is taig, olse, & tabar[r] a ben for lÂim

394] Labrada; & nÎ scÊr-sa fris, or sÊ, corop rÎ Lagen.

395] Do-thaet iarum a ben chucai & foid leis.

396] Ocus do-berat sluagad fer Muman iar sin co rroachtatar Dinn

397] RÎg(in cÊtorcain). Ocus at-roas techt ar in orggain co ndernsat

398] comairli mbrÊcaig ind oic a-muich .i. Craptine do dul forsin

399] doa in dßni do seinm suantraige dont sluag inn-und conda

400] rralad dar a cend. & in sluag a-mmuig do thabairt a n-aigthe fri

401] lÂr & a mmeoir ina cluasaib conn cloistÎs in seinm.

402] Combo ed Õn do-gnÎthe and & co torchratar ind fir thall

403] dara cend hi suan & co ndechas ar in dßn & co ralad Âr int

404] sluaig & coro h-ort in dßn. Ro bae immorro Moriath forsint

405] sluagad & nÎrbo miad lÊ-si a mmÊra do chur ina cluasaib ria

406] ceol feisin, co mboÎ trÎ thrÂth ina cotlud, ar nÎro lamad a

407] gluasacht. Unde Flann mac LonÂin cecinit:

  1. 408] Feib con-attail Moriath mßad

    409] fiad sluag Morcae, mÕ cach sÊol,

    410] dia n-ort Dind RÎg, rÊim cen trÊis,

    411] dia sephaind cÊis cendtoll cÊol.

412] Ro gab-som didiu rÎge Lagen iar sin & bÂtar hi cÕre & Cobthach,

413] ocus is and ro boÎ a sossad-som, i nDind RÎg. Rechtus im-

414] morro ro gab-som & lÂnrÎge la Cobthach.

 

415] Ro-chuirestar iarum Cobthach do dÊnam a menman & do


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416] airiuc thuile dÕ. Do-rÕnad teg les-seom dano ara chind

417] Chobthaigh. Imchomnart immorro a tech; d'iurn eter fraig

418] & lÂr & chomlada do-rÕnad a tech. Lagin oco dÊnam bliadain

419] lÂin & do-ceiled athair ar a mac & mÂthair ar ingin. Is de

420] atÂ, NÎt lia Lagin rßni. Is and do-rÕnad a tech, i n-Dind RÎg.

 

421] Ro-cured didu Cobthach dond irgnam & do-lluid .xxx. rÎg

422] imbi do rÎgaib h-êrenn. For-Êmdes immorro Õ Chobthach dul

423] issin tech co ndigsed mÂthair Labrada & a drßth. Is ed do-rroÎga

424] in drßth, bennachtu Lagen & soÎri a chlainne co brÂth; ar

425] maithius dia mac do-chuaid in ben. ê-sseom fÊin .i. Labraid

426] oc a ferthaigis.

427] Luid-seom arna-bÂrach do chluchi frisna gillu isin lÊna.

428] Cona facca a aite oc suidiu. Im-bert-side oenchoissid sciach

429] for a druimm & for a chind ind Labrada.

430] Is dÕchu, or sÊ, bid Êcht la mac êcht lat-so. Olc duit, a gilla,

431] or sÊ, rÎ h-êrenn do thocoiriud co trÎchait rÎg imbi cen bith ria

432] mbeolu oc airiuc thuili dÕib.

  1. 433] Gaibid imbi iarum & luid chucu issa tech.

    434] Tene duib, ar sÊ, & lind & biad isa tech.

    435] Is cÕir, ar Cobthach.

 

436] NÕnbur dÕ for lÂr in taigi. Srengait in slabraid baÎ assin

437] chomlaid ina ndiaid conda ralsat ar in coirthe i ndorus taige &

438] ro sÊtea na trÎ choÎcait bolg goband dÕib immon tech &

439] cethrur ÕclÂch for cach bulg, combo te dont sluag.

440] Do mÂthir thall, a Labraid, ar ind Õic.

441] NÂthÕ, a maccucÂn, or sÎ, dÊna-su th'einech thrium-sa, ar

442] at-bÊl-sa chena.

443] Orggthir tr Cobthach Coel secht cÊtaib & co .xxx. rÎg imbi.

444] Unde dicitur:


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  1. 445] TrÎ chÊt bliadan, buadach rÎm

    446] re ngein ChrÎst, compert noeb,

    447] nÎrbo brÂtharda, ba h-olc,

    448] orta Lorc la Cobthach Coel.

  2. 449] Cobthach Coel co trÎchait rÎg

    450] ron ort Labraid, lÎth co mbuaid

    451] mac meic Loegaire din lind

    452] i n-Dind RÎg ra h-ort in sluag.

 

453] Ocus is de sin as-bert Ferchertne file:

  1. 454] Dind RÎg

    455] ropo Thßaim Tenbath;

    456] trÎcha fuirech

    457] fo brÕn bebsait.

    458] Brßsius, brÊosus

    459] bßre lond Labraid

    460] lÂth Elga

    461] hua Luirc

    462] Loeg lond

    463] Sand sÊtne

    464] sochla Coel Cobthach

    465] cond mÂl Muridach.

    466] Mandra[i]s armu

    467] athar athar,

    468] ollom MaÎn

    469] maccu Âna ÿgaine.

470] (.i. MaÎn Ollom-som i tossaig, Labraid Moen iar sin).

 

471] Orggain Denna RÎg insin.

 


 

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  1. Book of Leinster 269-270
  2. Yellow Book of Lecan 754-556
  3. Rawlinson B 502, 130-131.
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  1. Whitley Stokes, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie III (1901) 1-14 (with English translation)
    Secondary literature.
  1. Myles Dillon, The Cycles of the Kings, London: Oxford University Press, 1946, 4-11: Discussion
  2. Thomas F. O'Rahilly, Early Irish History and Mythology, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1946, 101-17: Discussion
    The edition used in the digital edition.
  1. Fingal Rónáin and other stories.. David Greene (ed), First edition [One volume. vi + 89 pp. V-vi Foreword, 16-17 Introduction, pp 18-23 Text, pp 24-26 Notes.] Dublin Institute for Advanced StudiesDublin (First published 1955. Reprinted 1975.) . Mediaeval and Modern Irish Series. , No. XVI

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Created: By one or more unknown author(s). The story belongs to the later Old Irish period, but older material is incorporated in some of the poems. Date range: c. 800-900 (?), at various and unknown dates.

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Aerius, 2004