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Deir Clare Carroll in The Irish in Europe..., 2001 in eagar ag Thomas O’Connell (‘Custom and law in the philosophy of Suárez and in the histories of O’Sullivan Beare, Céitinn and Ó Cléirigh’): ‘All three histories – the Compendium of O’Sullivan Beare, the Foras feasa of Céitinn[q.v.], and the Annals of the Four Masters – were acts of self conscious historical and cultural definition, that later became important for 19th century cultural nationalism.’ I mBéarra, Co
Tá a bhfuil ar eolas ina thaobh ag Robin Flower[B3] in Catalogue of Irish mss in the British Museum III, 1953 agus sna cuntais ar an díospóireacht a lean foilsiú aistriúchán Dhiarmuda Uí Chonchubhair[q.v.] ar Fhoras FeasaChéitinn[q.v.] agus go háirithe in Ag cruinniú eala: Anthony Raymond (1675–1726), ministéir Protastúnach agus léann na Gaeilge i mBaile Átha Cliath, 1988. Baineann tábhacht lenar scríobh sé i dtaobh bheatha Chéitinn agus is leis a bhaineann aiste Bhriain Uí Chuív (‘An Eighteenth-Century Account of Keating and his Foras Feasa ar Éirinn’) in Éigse, geimhreadh 1960–61: ‘In 1811 William Haliday [B6] published an edition of the “Díonbhrollach” and the First Book of Foras Feasa ar Éirinn, and to it he prefixed a “Life of the Author” for which he drew on the 1722 “Dissertation”