The song of Dermot and the Earl: an Old French poem from the Carew manuscript no. 596 in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth palace;

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Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Conquête d'Irlande.
Imprint:Oxford, Clarendon press, 1892.
Description:xli, [2], 355 p. front. (fold. facsim.) fold. map. 18 cm.
Subject:Dermot MacMurrough, -- King of Leinster, -- 1110?-1171
Pembroke, Richard de Clare, -- Earl of, -- 1135?-1176
Dermot MacMurrough, -- King of Leinster, -- 1110?-1171.
Pembroke, Richard de Clare, -- Earl of, -- 1135?-1176.
English Conquest of Ireland (1166-1186)
Conquête d'Irlande
Conquête d'Irlande.
Manuscripts, Anglo-Norman -- Facsimiles.
Anglo-Norman dialect -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Names, Geographical -- Ireland
Anglo-Norman dialect.
Manuscripts, Anglo-Norman.
Names, Geographical.
Ireland -- History -- English Conquest, 1166-1186
Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Format: Print Book
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Other title:Dermot and the Earl.
Other authors / contributors:Orpen, Goddard Henry, 1852-1932 ed.
Regan, Morice, fl. 1171.
Notes:Anglo-Norman poem on the Norman conquest of Ireland, apparently based on a contemporary account by Morice Regan. Hence incorrectly ascribed to Regan in older works. The manuscript is imperfect, the beginning and end are wanting.
With Chronological table, Pedigree of Dermot MacMurrough, Table of the descendants of Nesta, List of authorities (p. [253]-254 Index locorum, Index nominum, and glossary.

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Call Number: PQ1453.D8 1892
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