Ulidia 4

Proceedings of the fourth international conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales

Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín & Gregory Toner, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-631-3
September 2017. 264pp; ills.

The Ulster Cycle in the law tracts
Fangzhe Qiu 

Ulster connections of Cín Dromma Snechtai
David Stifter

Medb, ‘the intoxicating one’? (Re-)constructing the past through etymology
Britta Irslinger

Portraying  a person: description devices in Ulster saga narrative
Tatyana A. Mikhailova

A good (mortal) man is hard to find: Fand, Macha, Becfhola and bad romance
Joanne Findon

A tale of two wives: sense and senselessness in Serglige Con Culainn 
Gregory Toner

Gesture and verbal pronouncement in some Ulster Cycle tales
Sharon Arbuthnot

De Gabáil int Ṡída: remscél or remremscél?
Martina Maher

The interpolator(s) H in LU: using frequency measures to determine authorship
Patricia Ronan & Gerold Schneider

Tracing the influence of Uí Néill (and later sept of Ó Néill) on names in the Ulster Cycle
Kay Muhr

Óenach Macha revisited
Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín