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Tá fianaise ar a chaidreamh le Seán Ó Donnabháin[q.v.] i rith na tréimhse sin curtha inár láthair ag Art Ó Maolfabhail in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy ··· Tá cur síos déanta air sna cuntais seo a leanas freisin: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 72, Roinn C, uimh 6–9; ‘Aspects of George Petrie: George Petrie 1789–1866: a reassesment’ le J
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 Tá cuntas iarbháis ag Heinrich Wagner [B8] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 66, 1966-67, cuntas atá i gcló freisin in Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie, 1970 ··· Deirtear faoi Der bau der europäischen sprachen in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 48 C, 1942/43 gurb é an saothar leis is mó a fuair ardmholadh ··· Foilsíodh aistí leis in Béaloideas, Celtica, Éigse, Ériu, in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy agus inZeitschrift für celtische Philologie
Foilsíodh é sna Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy – an chéad mhír i nGaeilge dár foilsíodh riamh sa tsraith oirirc sin, a bhí ar bun le breis is céad bliain ag an am. I gCathair Chorcaí a rugadh é ar 15 Eanáir 1936 ··· Liostaítear ceapacháin mhórchlúiteacha eile in Breandán Ó Buachalla: a celebration, 30 Meitheamh 2010: ‘He was Burns Scholar at Boston College, Parnell Fellow at Cambridge University, a French Government Fellow at the Sorbonne, a Folger Library Fellow at Washington and a visiting professor at New York University.’ Gan amhras bhí aistí iomadúla aige in irisí léannta agus foilseacháin mar Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie, Lochlann, Ériu, Celtica, UCC Record, Éigse, Studia Hibernica, Léachtaí Cholm Cille, Scríobh, Galvia, Seanchas Ard Mhacha, Ulster Local Studies, The Irish Review, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy ach bhí aistí agus léirmheasanna go rialta aige freisin ó 1957 amach in irisí mar Comhar agus Feasta a bhí ag freastal ar phobal leathan na Gaeilge
In RIA Proceedings 1875 bhí ‘On the time and topography of the Bruighean da Choga’ le D.H ··· Kelly (PRIA 2 sraith 1, lgh 251–56) agus ba mhinic páipéir dá chuid in imeachtaí sin an Acadaimh
The story of the dispute about the Táin Bó Cuailgne is given in the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy for April 14, 1879 and March 16, 1880’
Dúradh faoi: “It is no exaggeration to say that the translation would of itself have placed him in the first rank of Irish scholars of the day: though wonderfully literal it yet enables a reader to recognise the attractiveness of the original” (RIA Proc. Series 3, Vol
Foilsíodh ábhar uaidh freisin in Éigse, Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Féilscríbhinn Eoin Mhic Néill
‘In a country where linguistics as an academic discipline has barely been recognised, the lectures he gave from time to time opened up windows on the linguistic world’, a dúirt Dan Binchy in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 65, 1965/66
Dúradh faoi in Proceedings of the RIA : ‘The specialist may here and there disagree with a conclusion drawn by Dr Macalister but no one can deny the immense value of the work as the only source-book for the scattered earliest literary records of the country’. Tá tuilleadh eolais faoin mbeatha seo ar fáil ar http://dib.cambridge.org/ »
Thuairimigh Torna freisin gur bhrostaigh sé an bás chuige leis an obair go léir a dhéanadh sé. Bhí aistí léannta aige in The Irish Rosary, Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge, Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Royal Irish Academy Proceedings, Miscellany presented to Kuno Meyer, Ériu ...
In 1869 foilsíodh in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy X ‘On the rivers of Ireland, with the derivation of their names’
Idir 1870 agus 1885 bhí téacsanna agus aistriúcháin i gcló faoina ainm in Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland agus Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Seachas Corraghliocas na mBan, tá péire dá scríbhinní próis i gcló: ‘Parlaimint na bhfíodóirí’ in eagar ag Éamonn Ó Foghludha in Banba, 1902-3; ‘Cath na nDeachún ar Thráigh Rosa Móire’ ag Brian Ó Cuív in RIA Proceedings, 61C 1960
In 1867 foilsíodh ‘On Irish glosses found in the library of Nancy’ in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy agus bhí aistí sna hirisí léannta aige as sin amach
Bhí aistí i gcló aige in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy agus in Hermathena
Tá cuntas ag Art Ó Maolfabhail ar an obair sin (‘An tSuirbhéireacht Ordanáis agus Logainmneacha na hÉireann 1824-34’) in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C
Chuir Wilde síos ar an obair sin sa chéad imleabhar de Royal Irish Academy Proceedings; san iris sin atá an chuid is mó dá aistí ársaíochta
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 In Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 1883 (tuairisc an choiste) dúradh: ‘The late Mr Joseph O’Longan, as he was probably the last, so he was among the most distinguished of Irish scribes.’ ‘Fear nach raibh a shárú in Éirinn mar scríobhaí le peann’, a thug Dubhghlas de hÍde[B3] air in Mise agus an Connradh, 1937 ach áiríonn sé é i measc na scoláirí nach labhraíodh Gaeilge os ard agus ar ghluaiseacht acadúil amháin a theastaigh uathu
Tá cuntas ar an gcuid ghairid sin dá shaol ag Art Ó Maolfabhail in ‘An tSuirbhéireacht Ordanáis agus logainmneacha na hÉireann 1824-34’ in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C, Vol
B’fhéidir a rá gur tugadh aitheantas dó mar scoláire nuair a iarradh air léacht a thabhairt do bhaill Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann 2 Deireadh Fómhair 1826 (‘Remarks on the Irish Language, with a Review of its grammars, glossaries, vocabularies and dictionaries, to which is added a model of a comprehensive Irish Dictionary’ in imeachtaí an Acadaimh Iml
In ainneoin filí agus fir léinn níos aitheanta a bheith i dTír Chonaill, nocht Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] an tuairim seo in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish Poets, Historians, and Judges in English Documents, 1538–1615’): ‘The family of Mac-an-Bhaird in the sixteenth century were settled in several districts
Breatnach in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 1983 (‘The Chief’s Poet’) ar a ghéire a theastaigh ollúnacht Uí Dhomhnaill uaidh agus ar a sheirbhe bhí sé, i ndiaidh bhás Aodha Rua, le Ruairí Ó Domhnaill nuair nach bhfuair í
Deir Tomás Ó Rathile [B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 36 C, 1922 (‘Irish Poets, Historians, and Judges in English Documents 1538–1615’): ‘The Mac Aodhagáin family of brehons had by the sixteenth century carried their profession into many parts of Ireland; indeed they are found almost as widely spread as the Ó Dálaigh family of poets...
Tá tagairt dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’): ‘“Miellien oge McBrodie, of the Synnganagh,” 17 July, 1585 [No
Tá an tagairt seo dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile [B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’): ‘Teig McBrodie, of Knockinalbie' 18 May, 1586 [no.4860
Todd[B6] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Iml
Maraíodh Dáibhí in Achadh Deo 12 Meitheamh 1581 le linn éirí amach Iarla Dheasmhumhan agus b’éigean dá theaghlach aistriú go dtí an Phailís i gceantar Mhic Chárthaigh Mhóir agus in aice le Cill Airne. Tá an tagairt seo dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’): ‘(a) “Morris mcDavid duffe,” in Co
Tá cuntais iontaofa air in The Celebrated Antiquary, Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh (c.1600–1671): His Lineage, Life and Learning, 1996 ag Nollaig Ó Muraíle, ag William O’Sullivan in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol
Tá tagairtí dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’) agus deir sé: ‘According to these lists he resided in 1586 in Enniskillen; in 1591 in “Fearran amuny,” which is probably the present Farnamullan (Fearannan-mhuilinn), in the par
With five exceptions they are religious poems.’ Tá an tagairt seo dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile [B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’): ‘(a) “Enis P Dallye alias O Dallye,” 14 Jan., 1585 [no
Tá an tagairt seo dó ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians, and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’): ‘(a) “Eneas O daly, of Moyntervarye,” 31 Aug., 1590 [no
Tá cuntas ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B3] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C, 1922 (‘Irish poets, historians and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’)
Is é a bhreithiúnas air: ‘Eochaidh Ó hEódhusa was an outstanding poet whose gift equalled, even surpassed, that of his two most illustrious contemporaries, Tadhg Dall Ó hUiginn[q.v.] and Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird [q.v.].’ Tá sé ar an bhfile is mó atá i dtrácht ag an scoláire céanna in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 1983 (‘The Chief’s Poet’)
In ‘Irish poets, historians and judges in English documents, 1538–1615’ (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI, C
Tá an beagán sin ag Tomás Ó Rathile[B2] in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy XXXVI C, 1922 (‘Irish Poets, Historians, and Judges in English Documents 1538–1615’): ‘“Whony on Canty, of Curribordy, Ellen ny Tane ny Mahowney, his wife...
Toghadh í ina ball d’Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann agus foilsíodh páipéir a scríobh sí in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Archaeologia, Seanchas Ard Mhacha, Comhar
Is iad na leabhair agus na hailt eile dá chuid a luaitear go minic: Studies in the origins of the Celts and of early Celtic civilisation (1971); Das Hethitische vom Standpunkte der typologischen Sprachgeographie (1985); ‘The typological background of the ergative construction’ (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 78C, 3, 1978)
(1973) in eagar ag Martin agus Byrne; ‘The phonetic basis of classical Irish rhyme’ in Ériu 20, 1966; ‘Béaltraidisiún Chorcaí—a chúlra’ in Béaloideas 58, 1990; ‘A contemporary account in Irish of a nineteenth-century tithe affray’, cuntas le Dáibhí de Barra[B6], in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 61 C, 1960-61
In Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Nomina, Ulster Dialect Archive Bulletin, Ulster Folklife agus in Bulletin of the Ulster Place-name Society is mó a foilsíodh a shaothar