Táin Bó Cualnge From the Book of Leinster (1967)

Author: Cecile O'Rahilly

Book ID: 67804

Price: 75.00

Táin Bó Cualnge From the Book of Leinster. Dublin: D.I.A.S., 1967. First Edition. Pp lv, 365. Blue cloth boards, in publisher’s dust jacket. Inscription to front free endpaper, a very good copy.

The Cattle-raid of Cooley (present day Cooley in Co. Louth) is the longest and most important heroic tale of the Ulster cycle. It tells of a foray made by Queen Medb of Connacht into the territory of Ulaid, for the purpose of carrying off the bull Donn Cúalnge from the district of Cúalnge.

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