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The birth and life of St. Moling

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Published by Privately printed by Harrison in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moling, Saint, 7th century,
  • Irish literature -- Texts,
  • Christian saints -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited from a manuscript in the Royal Library, Brussels, with a translation and glossary by Whitley Stokes.
    SeriesSpecimens of Middle-Irish literature -- no. 1
    ContributionsStokes, Whitley, 1830-1909
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. --
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14043561M

    Bishop of Ferns, the successor of St. Aidan. Born in Wexford, Ireland, he is also listed as Dairchilla, Molignus, Moling, or Myllin. Moling was a monk at Glendalough and then founded an abbey at Achad Cainigh, which became Teghmollin, or Tech Molin, St. Mullins. He was buried there. According to a colophon, this Gospel Book was written by a scribe called Mulling, hence its name. Early on, the said scribe was identified as Saint Moling (d. c. ), Bishop of Ferns and founder of the monastery of Tech-Moling in county Carlow (St. Mullin’s).

    The earliest extant Latin Life of Saint Moling was probably compiled in the late twelfth century by the Augustinian canons at Ferns, then seat of the MacMurrough kings of Leinster. Together with recounting the various miracles enacted by the saint, and the places with which he was associated, they also emphasise that Moling had a shared. Saint Moling Luachra: A pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic above the stream-pools of the Barrow This is an edition and translation of the 10th century Middle Irish text “The Birth and Life of St Moling” (“Geinemain Moiling ocus a Bhetae”) with analysis and commentary by Presentation Sister and Irish scholar Máire B. de Paor.

    Stokes, Whitley, The birth and life of St Moling: edited from a manuscript in the Royal Library, Brussels, Specimens of Middle-Irish Literature 1, London, Revised version of “The birth and life of St Moling”, Revue Celtique 27 (): –, incorporating later suggestions and including the poems that were omitted in Revue Celtique. Saint Moling Luachra: A pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic above the stream-pools of the Barrow 30 November, This is an edition and translation of the 10th century Middle Irish text “The Birth and Life of St Moling” (“Geinemain Moiling ocus a Bhetae”) with analysis and commentary by Presentation Sister and Irish scholar Máire B. de Paor.


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The following legend is preserved, so far as I am aware, only in two MSS., one, the so-called Liber Flavus Fergussiorum, a vellum now in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, Part I, ff. 13a–15a: the other in the Brussels MS.

–, ff. 43a–65b. 1 The Liber Flavus was written at the end of the fourteenth, or the beginning of the fifteenth. THE BIRTH AND LIFE OF ST. MOLING by Moling, Saint, 7th century; Stokes, Whitley,editor. Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark 'the Book of Timulling', now, apparently, lost.

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13a–15a: the other in the Brussels MS. –, ff. 43a–65b. 1 The Liber Flavus was written at the end of the fourteenth, or the beginning of the fifteenth century.

Relief of St. Moling in St. Mary's and St. Michael's Church in New Ross. Born: Sliabh Luachra, Co. Kerry: Died: Feast: 17 June: Saint Mo Ling (–), also named Moling Luachra, was the second Bishop of Ferns in Ireland and has been said to be "one of the four great prophets of Erin".

He founded a monastery at St Mullin's, County feast day is 17 June. The Birth and Life of St. Moling. 47 CHAPTER XVII I. Some time after that Finachta son of Dunchad, son of Aed Sláine, assumed the kingship of Ireland.

Leinster was then liable to pay Leth Cuinn (the northern half of Ireland) a general tribute, namely, the Leinster Boroma. 1 In levying that tribute the Northerners were inflicting violence. The Birth and Life of St. Moling The following legend is preserved, so far as I am aware, only in two MSS., one, the so-called Liber Flavus Fergussiorum, a vellum now in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, Part I, ff.

13a–15a: the other in the Brussels MS. –, ff. 43a–65b. Genre/Form: Texts Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Birth and life of St.

Moling. London: Privately printed by Harrison, Stokes, Whitley, “Notes on the birth and life of St. Moling”, Revue Celtique 28 (): 70– journal article. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The birth and life of St.

Moling by Stokes, Whitley, Publication date Usage Public Domain Topics Moling, Saint, 7th century, Irish literature -- Texts, Christian saints -- Ireland. Moling – In the Bergundian Library in Brussels, there is a manuscript entitled “The Birth and Life of St.

Moling” copied in by Micheál Ó Cléirigh (one of the Four Masters) from an older manuscript “The Book of Tighe Mulling”, which cannot now be found. vol. I, p. ccclxv, that there is a Life of St. Molling in H. 17, is, like much else in that volume, absolutely groundless.

And there is no Life of St. Moling in the second part of Brussels MS. –, p. 24, the maker of the table of contents having mistaken Molacca for Moling.

InSMART held a number of events to commemorate the th Anniversary of the birth of St. Moling in Our annual outdoor Mass for the Feast of St. Moling on June 17 th took place in Templenaboe, “Church of the Cows”.

This little ruined church high on a hill was built in thanksgiving for the remission of the Boromean Tribute by St. Moling. The birth and life of St. Moling / By 7th century. Legend. Saint Moling and Whitley Stokes. Abstract. Irish text and English translation on opposite of copies of access: Internet Topics: Irish language.

Ordinance Field Books from record two pattern days held here in times past. The first was held on 17 th June in honour of Saint Moling (to commemorate his death in ) and another on the 25 th July in honour of Saint James. On this day people visited Saint Moling’s well and the Ordinance Field Books describe it exactly as it appears today.

Get this from a library. Saint Moling Luachra: a pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic above the stream-pools of the Barrow: Geinemain Molling ocus a bhetae (The birth and life of St.

Moling. St Moling was an interesting chap and fortunately for us, his life is well documented in the Book of Tighe Mulling, or Book of Moling, written sometime during the late eighth century and the subject of several translations since. Moling was born in AD in the Sliabh Luachra area of Kerry but his birth.

The birth of Moling and his life Online one can find Geinemain Molling ocus a bhetae (“The birth of Moling and his life”), an Irish text transcribed in by Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, one of the the compilers of the Annals of the Four Masters, edited in Irish and translated into English in by Whitley Stokes.

It contains a series of extraordinary stories that sound very strange to.The page book tells of the life of St Moling and of his great work throughout Moling was born beside the Blessed Well in Brosna in AD and today the well is named after him.Buile Shuibhne or Buile Suibne (Irish pronunciation: [ˈbˠɪlʲə ˈhɪvʲnʲə], The Madness of Suibhne or Suibhne's Frenzy) is an old Irish tale about the Suibhne mac Colmáin, king of the Dál nAraidi, driven insane by the curse of Saint Rónán insanity makes Suibhne leave the Battle of Mag Rath, enter a life of wandering (which earns him the nickname Suibne Geilt or "Suibhne the.