Bondarenko, G., Studies in Irish mythology (2014)

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Bondarenko (Grigory) 2014a

Bondarenko, Grigory, Studies in Irish mythology, Berlin: curach bhán, 2014.

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Contributor(s) Bondarenko (Grigory)
Work Studies in Irish mythology
Place Berlin
Publisher curach bhán
Year 2014


Bondarenko (Grigory) 2014a

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Includes

“Introduction”
vii
Hiberno-Rossica: ‘Knowledge in the clouds’ in Old Irish and Old Russian”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Hiberno-Rossica: ‘knowledge in the clouds’ in Old Irish and Old Russian’ in Parallels between Celtic and Slavic... (2006)
1
“Cú Roí and Svyatogor: a study in chthonic”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Cú Roí and Svyatogor: a study in chthonic’ in Proceedings of the Second International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica, held in Moscow (14–17 September 2006)... (2009)
15
“Autochthons and otherworlds in Celtic and Slavic”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Autochthons and otherworlds in Celtic and Slavic’ in Celts and Slavs in central and southeastern Europe... (2010)
27
“Significance of pentads in Early Irish and Indian sources: case of five directions”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Significance of pentads in Early Irish and Indian sources: case of five directions’ in Sacred topology of early Ireland and ancient India... (2010)
43
“The five primeval trees in Early Irish, Gnostic and Manichaean cosmologies”
57
“The alliterative poem Eó Rossa from the Dindṡenchas
69
“The Dindṡenchas of Irarus: the king, the druid and the probable tree”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘The dindshenchas of Irarus: the king, the druid and the probable tree’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 59 (2012)
77
“The king in exile in Airne Fíngein: power and pursuit in early Irish literature”
99
“Conn Cétchathach: the image of ideal kingship in early medieval Ireland”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Conn Cétchathach: the image of ideal kingship in early medieval Ireland’, Studia Celtica Fennica 4 (2007)
113
Búaid Cuinn, rígróit rogaidi—an alliterative poem from the Dindṡenchas
127
“Roads and knowledge in Togail bruidne Da Derga
155
“Oral past and written present in ‘The finding of the Táin’”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Oral past and written present in ‘The finding of the Táin’ in Ulidia 2... (2009)
175
“The migration of the soul in early Irish tales”
183
“Goidelic hydronyms in Ptolemy’s Geography: myth behind the name”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Goidelic hydronyms in Ptolemy’s Geography: myth behind the name’, Studia Indogermanica Lodziensia 7 (2012)
197
“Swineherds in Celtic lands”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘The swineherd in Celtic lands’, Medium Aevum Quotidianum 59 (2009)
205
“Fintan mac Bóchra: Irish synthetic history revisited”
Reprint from: Grigory Bondarenko, ‘Fintan mac Bóchra: Irish synthetic history revisited’ in Transforming traditions... (2012)
217
Bibliography
237
Indexes
271

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