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2/8/17
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Schedule

We meet M 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm in SC W211

WEEK 3 The Celts: Poetry

     

    M 6 Feb.Táin

     

    W 8 Feb.Táin

    • Read this: The Táin
    • If you want some guidance, here is Ann Dooley's Playing the Hero: Reading the Tain (free through UMass)

     

    DUE FRIDAY: Translation of a passage of Old Irish poetry. (You can use the parser from U Texas, which is here. You can also produce a "translation" by comparing translations by others and using an Old Irish Dictionary.)

    Translation by Cecile O'Rahilly at CELT.
    Translation by Faraday.

    CELT is the Corpus of Electronic Texts that concern Ireland. The entire collection is here.

 

Key:

class N   holiday N
final project N   thing N

January:

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February:

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March:

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April/May:

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30 1 2 3 4 5 6

Academic Schedule

LINKS.

UMass Library
Google Books
Search Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Old English Newsletter Bib
Anglo-Saxon Bibliography

Germanic Lexicon Project
Bosworth-Toller (partial)
The Labyrinth
Medieval Sourcebook
Norse Saga Net
Anglo-Saxon Charters
Siever's Heliand
Bible (Douay-Rheims)
Dum├ęzil, Norse Gods
Klaeber, Beowulf

Manuscripts of St. Gall

ISAS
Old English at UVa
Viking Ship Museum

 

Warning! Jingoistic anti-Roman revisionism, but nevertheless informative:

VIDEO: The Ancient Celts
VIDEO: The Goths
VIDEO: The Barbarian Tribes