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Is iad na leabhair is minice a luaitear: Mil na mbeach (1911); Gleanings from Irish manuscripts (1919); Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne (1920); The Place-names of Westmeath (1915); The Flight of the Earls (Ó Cianáin) (1916); The Life of Aodh Rua Ó Domhnaill (Lughaidh Ó Cléirigh) (1948–1957); Irish men of learning (1947); Irish chiefs and leaders (1960)
Is mar seo a shuimigh Pól Breathnach[B2] an scéal in Irish Men of Learning, 1947: ’The writing of the Annals [Annála Ríoghachta Éireann] was not contemplated when the Louvain project first took shape
Gheofar eolas air in: Michael O Cleirigh, chief of the Four Masters, and his associates (1936) le Brendan Jennings; aiste (‘Irish scholars at Louvain’) le Pól Breathnach[B2] i gcló in Irish men of learning (1947)
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 Tá beagán eolais ar a bheatha, chomh maith le heolas ar a shinsir agus a ghaolta, ag Pól Breathnach[B2] in Irish Men of Learning, 1947 (‘The Learned Family of Ó Cuirnín’) agus ag Cuthbert Mhág Craith in Dán na mBráthar Mionúr II, 1980
Molann Ó Fiannachta ‘ailtireacht’ an ábhair sa bheatha seo, pléann foinsí agus tarraingíonn aird ar na difríochtaí agus na cosúlachtaí idir í agus saothar Laidine Adhamhnáin go háirithe. In Irish men of learning (1947) (‘Two Franciscan Manuscripts’) níl Pól Breathnach[B2] sásta an chuid is mó den chreidiúint mar údar a thabhairt d’Ó Domhnaill: ‘Magnus Ó Domhnaill “composed it out of his own mouth.” The sentence sounds like a description of a modern novel-writer dictating to a stenographer or typist
Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 1921 (‘The learned family of Ó Duigeanan’); Irish Book Lover, Eanáir-Feabhra 1932 (‘David O Duigenan, scribe’); Irish Men of Learning, 1947 (‘David O Duigeanain, scribe’); Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 1940 (‘The Book of Fenagh’)