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Reference link: Irish texts society

Postby Beith » 15 Jun 2009, 03:10

Hi,

For those interested - links to catalogue of Irish Texts Society publications (eg. professional translations of various myths, legal and poetic information, histories, etc.)

http://www.irishtextssociety.org/main.htm

Please note, several translations are published free on the CELT website - links elsewhere in this forum.

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Re: Reference link: Irish texts society

Postby Aelfarh » 24 Jun 2009, 19:13

Thank you for the links....really interesting, although a little expensive :grin: But who say knowledge is for free
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Re: Reference link: Irish texts society

Postby skh » 24 Jun 2009, 19:17

But who say knowledge is for free.
Do you live near a university? If yes, check their library and the possibilities of interlending.

For me, a lot of it is "free" (as in paid by taxes and tuition fee) even if I can't afford the books.

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Re: Reference link: Irish texts society

Postby Gallobhaí » 23 Oct 2012, 18:14

There are companies who sell cheap facsimiles in paperback of these texts and other rare texts. You can find them on Amazon. I recently ordered 'Lebor Gabala Érenn' and it cost 20 euro for one Volume as opposed to 70 euro.
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