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" Cremhthann followed them because his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she solicited him that he should adopt Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause that they did not bury at Cruachan. "
Transactions - 189 ページ
Glasgow Archaeological Society 著 - 1903
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The beauties of the Boyne, and its tributary, the Blackwater

sir William Robert W. Wilde - 1849
...Ollam, and Ogma, and Etan, the poetess, and Corpre, the son of Etan), and Cremthann followed them, because his wife, Nar, was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she solicited that he should keep Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause...

The Beauties of the Boyne, and Its Tributary, the Blackwater

William Robert Wilde - 1849 - 272 ページ
...Ollam, and Ogma, and Etan, the poetess, and Corpre, the son of Etan), and Cremthann followed them, because his wife, Nar, was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she solicited that he should keep Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause...

The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Period to the English Invasion

Geoffrey Keating, John O'Mahony - 1857 - 746 ページ
...Ogma, and Etan the Poetess, and Carpre, the son of Etan), and Crimthann (Niadh-Nair) followed them, because his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea. and it...as a burial-place for himself and his descendants ; and this was the cause that they did not bury at Crnacka — (* See note 10, p. 289, and note 26,...

Foras Feasa Ar Eirinn Do Réir an Athar Seathrun Céiting, Ollamh Ré ...

Geoffrey Keating, Michael Doheny - 1857 - 751 ページ
...Ogma, and Etan the Poetess, and Carpre, the SOD of Etan), and Crimthann (Niadh-Nair) followed them, because his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it...as a burial-place for himself and his descendants ; and this was the cause that they did not bury at Cruacha — (* See note 10, p. 289, and note 20,...

The ecclesiastical architecture of Ireland, to the close of the twelfth century

Richard Rolt Brash - 1875 - 174 ページ
...Ollam, and Ogma, and Etan, the Poetess, and Corpre, the son of Etan,) and Cremhthann followed them because his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it...as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause that they did not bury at Cruachan." — (p. 101.) These passages, coupled with...

A Philological Essay Concerning the Pygmies of the Ancients

Edward Tyson - 1894 - 103 ページ
...and Ollam, and Ogma, and Etan the Poetess, and Corpre, the son of Etan), and Cremthain followed them, because his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it...as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause that they did not bury at Cruachan." Mr. Coffey * TmiLu't at New Granye- Tr,tnt....

The Dolmens of Ireland: Their Distribution, Structural ..., 第 2 巻

William Copeland Borlase - 1897 - 1234 ページ
...having himself buried at Brugh. It was because "his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she who solicited him that he should adopt Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and this was the cause that they did not bury at Cruachan." Accordingly, the kings of Temair were interred...

The Dolmens of Ireland: Their Distribution, Structural ..., 第 2 巻

William Copeland Borlase - 1897 - 1234 ページ
...why Cremthann followed the practice of the Tuatha De Danann in having himself buried at Brugh. It was because "his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she who solicited him that he should adopt Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and...

The Dolmens of Ireland: Their Distribution, Structural ..., 第 2 巻

William Copeland Borlase - 1897 - 1234 ページ
...why Cremthann followed the practice of the Tuatha De Danann in having himself buried at Brugh. It was because "his wife Nar was of the Tuatha Dea, and it was she who solicited him that he should adopt Brugh as a burial-place for himself and his descendants, and...

Transactions, 第 4 巻

Glasgow Archaeological Society - 1903
...read that the husband of this woman Nar chose as his burying-place the Cemetery of the Brugh (Rclec in Broga) on the Boyne, County Meath, " because his...Tuatha Dea, this Nar was therefore one of the siabhras, 1Silva Gadclica, Eng. vol., pp. 476 and 522. 5 'Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland,...




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