TEI: Early Irish Glossaries Database

For inclusion in the TEI Application Page

Form posted from TEI website on 2006-8-2
Classical and Medieval LiteratureDictionaries and LexicographyIrishLatin20 September 2007Chris Ruotolo Converted to TEI P5 2 Aug 2006

Dr Paul RussellCreated using newproj webform

  • Host: Dept of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, University of Cambridge
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Description: The website presents a database of the headwords in the three main early Irish glossaries. The datbase can be used in several ways; e.g. to create concordances, search for attestations of particular words, etc.

Implementation description: It forms the preliminary to a three-year AHRC funded project in the Dept of ASNC (started 1 July 2006) to edit the early Irish glossaries. It is intended not only for those with an interest in medieval Irish literature and texts but also for those with interests in the field of medieval learned discourse.


Dr Paul RussellDept of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic

9 West Road

CambridgeTel: 01223 767312Fax: Email: pr270@cam.ac.uk