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  • ‘The name “Tuatha Dé Danann”’, Éigse 18.2 (1981) 291-94.
  • ‘Coll son of Collfrewy’, Studia Celtica 16/17 (1981-2) 168-74.
  • ‘Where is Hell?’, Béaloideas 50 (1982) 42-43.
  • ‘The location of the Otherworld in Irish tradition’, Éigse 19.1 (1982) 36-43.   Reprinted in The Otherworld Voyage in Early Irish Literature: An Anthology of Criticism, ed. J. M. Wooding (Dublin, 2000), pp. 113-19.
  • ‘Notes on the Irish war-goddess’, Éigse 19.2 (1983) 263-75; presented at the second Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘Irish parallels to the myth of Odin’s eye’, Folklore 94 (1983) 214-18 .
  • ‘The valley of the changing sheep’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30 (1983) 277-80, 32 (1985) 156.
  • ‘Nodons in Britain and Ireland’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 40 (1984) 1-22.
  • ‘Scél Tuáin meic Chairill’, Ériu 35 (1984) 93-111.
  • ‘Suibne Geilt and Tuán mac Cairill’, Éigse 20 (1984) 93-105; presented at the third Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘The mill in the nut’, Temenos 6 (1985) 163-70.
  • ‘Cosmology in Saltair na Rann’, Celtica 17 (1985) 33-52; presented at the fourth Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘A tract on the creation’, Éigse 21 (1986) 1-9.
  • ‘The daughters of memory’, Temenos 7 (1986) 223-30.
  • ‘The heavenly city in Saltair na Rann’, Celtica 18 (1986) 87-104; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary Studies.
  • ‘Questions of interpolation in the opening cantos of Saltair na Rann’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 6 (1986) 69-82; presented at the sixth Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘Origin and development of the Cesair legend’, Éigse 22 (1987) 37-48; presented at the fifth Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘Medusa and the arts’, Temenos 8 (1987) 186-200.
  • ‘The Irish vision of the Chinese’, Ériu 38 (1987) 73-79; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary Studies.
  • ‘Angelology in Saltair na Rann’, Celtica 19 (1987) 1-8.
  • ‘Echtrae Conlai: a crux revisited’, Celtica 19 (1987) 9-11.
  • ‘Time, space, and the Otherworld’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 7 (1987) 1-27; presented at the seventh Harvard Celtic Colloquium.  Russian translation by Natalia Nikolaeva in Predstavlenya o Smerty i Lokalizatsya Inogo Mira i Drebnikh Keltov i Germanyev, ed. V. P. Kalygin et al. (Moscow, 2002), pp. 130-52.
  • ‘Birds and monkeys’, Avaloka 4 (1988) 16-17.
  • ‘Listening to the Celts’, Gnosis 9 (1988) 16-19.
  • ‘Sequence and causation in Echtra Nerai’, Ériu 39 (1988) 67-74; presented at the Celtic Studies Association of North America annual meeting, UCLA, 9 April 1988.   Addendum, ibid. 40 (1989) 194.
  • ‘Varia V: Horned fairy women’, ibid. 203-4.
  • ‘Three notes’, Celtica 20 (1988) 123-29.
  • ‘Fir Bolg: a native etymology revisited’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 16 (Winter 1988) 77-83; presented at the Eighth International Congress of Celtic Studies in Swansea, 19-24 July 1987.
  • ‘Visio Sancti Pauli and the Saltair’s Hell’, Éigse 23 (1989) 39-44.
  • ‘An iconography of vision’, Temenos 10 (1989) 154-60.
  • ‘Ireland and the Antipodes: the heterodoxy of Virgil of Salzburg’, Speculum 64 (1989) 1-10; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies.  Reprinted in The Otherworld Voyage in Early Irish Literature: An Anthology of Criticism, ed. J. M. Wooding (Dublin, 2000), pp. 133-42.
  • ‘Otherworlds and verbal worlds in Middle Irish narrative’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 9 (1990) 32-42; presented as part of the Seminar on Cross-cultural Poetics and Rhetoric, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, 11 October 1990.
  • ‘Myth and mythography in Cath Maige Tuired’, Studia Celtica 24/25 (1989-90) 53-69; presented at the eighth Harvard Celtic Colloquium, and subsequently as a talk to the Department of Celtic Studies, University of Toronto, 8 December 1988.
  • ‘The two laws in Dubthach’s judgment’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 19 (Summer 1990) 1-18.
  • ‘The ancestry of Fénius Farsaid’, Celtica 21 (1990) 104-12.
  • ‘Vernacular Irish learning: three notes’, Éigse 24 (1990) 37-44.
  • ‘A British myth of origins?’, History of Religions 31 (1991) 24-38; presented at the ninth Harvard Celtic Colloquium.
  • ‘The waters of vision and the gods of skill’, Alexandria 1 (1991) 163-85; presented at the conference ‘Art and the Sacred’, jointly sponsored by Kairos and the Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture, Santa Fe, 24 March 1991.
  • ‘The Irish “Otherworld”: Hiberno-Latin perspectives’, Éigse 25 (1991) 154-59.
  • ‘Wrath, sanctity, and power’, Gnosis 24 (1992) 43-47.
  • ‘Symbol and mystery in Irish religious thought’, Temenos 13 (1992) 101-11.
  • ‘The testimony of the dead’, Éigse 36 (1992) 1-12; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, 12 October 1990; and at the Ninth International Congress of Celtic Studies, Paris, 13 July 1991.
  • ‘A Tuath Dé miscellany’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 39 (1992) 24-45; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, 6 January 1989.
  • New introduction for the 1993 reprint of R. A. Stewart Macalister, Lebor Gabála Érenn, Irish Texts Society vol. 34 (Dublin, 1st printing 1932), [1]-[21].
  • ‘Time, memory, and the Boyne necropolis’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 10 (1993) 24-30; presented at the tenth Harvard Celtic Colloquium.  Russian translation by Natalia Nikolaeva in Atlantica 3 (1997) 128-39.
  • The Irish National Origin-Legend: Synthetic Pseudohistory, Quiggin Pamphlets on the Sources of Mediaeval Gaelic History, vol. 1 (Cambridge: University of Cambridge, 1994); presented as the inaugural E. C. Quiggin Memorial Lecture on the Sources of Gaelic History at the University of Cambridge, 18 November 1993.
  • The Celtic Heroic Age: Literary Sources for Ancient Celtic Europe and Early Ireland and Wales , edited by John T. Koch in collaboration with John Carey (Malden, Massachusetts: Celtic Studies Publications, 1994 with several subsequent printings); contributed pp. 31-3, 42-56, 117-54, 175-8, 183-97, 200-4, 208-66 (pagination of the first edition).
  • ‘The uses of tradition in Serglige Con Culainn’, in Ulidia: Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, ed. J. P. Mallory and G. Stockman (Belfast, 1994), pp. 77-84; presented 9 April 1994.
  • ‘The sun’s night journey: A pharaonic image in medieval Ireland’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 57 (1994) 14-34; presented at the Director’s Seminar on Works in Progress, the Warburg Institute, 2 June 1993; and at the Seventh Irish Conference of Medievalists, Maynooth, 24 June 1993.
  • ‘Eithne in Gubai’, Éigse 28 (1994-5) 160-4.
  • ‘An edition of the Pseudo-Historical Prologue to the Senchas Már’, Ériu 45 (1994) 1-32.
  • ‘Apuleius in the underworld: A footnote to Metamorphoses 11’, Alexandria 3 (1995) 371-5.
  • ‘Aerial ships and underwater monasteries: The evolution of a monastic marvel’, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 12 (1995) 16-28; presented at the twelfth annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium, May 1992; and at a meeting of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Society, University of Cambridge, 10 February 1993.
  • ‘Native elements in Irish pseudohistory’, in Cultural Identity and Cultural Integration: Ireland and Europe in the Early Middle Ages, ed. Doris Edel (Dublin, 1995), pp. 45-60; presented at the Temenos Academy, London, 31 January 1994; and at the conference ‘Culturele Identiteit en Culturele Integratie’, University of Utrecht, 10 December 1994.
  • ‘The rhetoric of Echtrae Chonlai’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 30 (Winter 1995) 41-65; presented to the Medieval and Renaissance Society, University College Cork, 20 January 1994; and as part of the seminar series of the Institute of Irish Studies, the Queen’s University of Belfast, 22 February 1994.
  • ‘On the interrelationships of some Cín Dromma Snechtai texts’, Ériu 46 (1995) 71-92.
  • Entries ‘Celtic Religion’, ‘Druid’, and ‘Táin’ for The HarperCollins Dictionary of Religion, ed. Jonathan Z. Smith (San Francisco, 1995).
  • ‘The rivers of Paradise and Hell, and the nine Suckers of the sea’, in The Road to Parnassus: Homage to Peter Russell on his Seventy-fifth Birthday, ed. James Hogg (Salzburg, 1996), pp. 425-8.
  • ‘A posthumous quatrain’, Éigse 29 (1996) 172-4.
  • ‘Saint Patrick, the druids, and the end of the world’, History of Religions 36 (1996) 42-53; presented at the Ninth Irish Conference of Medievalists, Maynooth, 20 June 1995.
  • ‘Obscure styles in medieval Ireland’, Mediaevalia 19 (1996) 23-39; presented at the first of a series of mini-conferences on ‘Obscure Styles’, conducted under the auspices of the Harvard Seminar on Medieval Literature, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, 26 February 1990.
  • ‘The narrative setting of Baile Chuinn Chétchathaig’, Études Celtiques 32 (1996) 189-201; presented at the Eighth Irish Conference of Medievalists, Maynooth, 25 June 1994.
  • ‘Looking for Celtic Christianity’, Gnosis 45 (1997) 41-5.
  • ‘The three things required of a poet’, Ériu 48 (1997) 41-58; presented at the Tenth Irish Conference of Medievalists, Maynooth, 6 July 1996.
  • King of Mysteries: Early Irish Religious Writings (Dublin: Four Courts Press, first edition 1998, second edition 2000), 304 pp.
  • Entries ‘Bealtaine’ (p. 40), ‘druids’ (p. 158), ‘Imbolg’ (p. 255), ‘Lebor Gabála’ (p. 310), ‘Lughnasa’ (p. 331), ‘Milesians’ (pp. 359-60), ‘pre-Christian religions’ (pp. 458-9), ‘Samhain’ (p. 497) in The Oxford Companion to Irish History, ed. S. J. Connolly (Oxford, 1998).
  • ‘In Tenga Bithnua: From apocalypse to homily?’, in The Scriptures and Early Medieval Ireland, ed. Thomas O’Loughlin, Instrumenta Patristica xxxi (Turnhout, 1999), pp. 51-68; presented at the Director’s Seminar on Works in Progress, Warburg Institute, London, 28 October 1992; at the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 18 March 1993; and at the Conference on Early Irish Exegesis and Homiletics, Maynooth, 22 June 1993.
  • ‘The hand and the angel: Observations on the holy book in early Ireland and Northumbria’, Temenos Academy Review 2 (1999) 76-96; presented at the Temenos Academy, London, 26 November 1992.
  • ‘Cú Chulainn as ailing hero’, Celtic Connections: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies, ed. Ronald Black, William Gillies, and Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh, 2 vols (East Linton, 1999), 1.190-8.
  • Editor, with John T. Koch and Pierre-Yves Lambert, of Ildánach Ildírech: A Festschrift for Proinsias Mac Cana (Celtic Studies Publications: Andover and Aberystwyth, 1999), 312 pages, 26 contributions.
  • ‘The finding of Arthur’s grave: A story from Clonmacnoise?’, in Ildánach Ildírech, ed. J. Carey et al., pp. 1-14.  Presented at the eighth triennial meeting of the International Courtly Literature Society, Belfast, 30 July 1995; and at the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 7 May 1998.
  • A Single Ray of the Sun: Religious Speculation in Early Ireland (Celtic Studies Publications, Andover and Aberystwyth, 1999), ix + 123 pages.  Presented as three lectures at the Temenos Academy, London: 19 January, 16 February, and 16 March 1998.
  • ‘Transmutations of immortality in the Lament of the Old Woman of Beare’, Celtica 22 (1999) 30-7; presented as part of the Celtic seminar series, Harvard Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, 29 September 1989, and at the annual conference of the Celtic Studies Association of North America, UCLA, 4 May 1990.
  • ‘Téacsanna draíochta in Éirinn sa mheánaois luath’ [‘Magical texts in early medieval Ireland’] (translated into Irish by Pádraig Ó Fiannachta), Léachtaí Cholm Cille 30 (2000) 98-117; presented at Léachtaí Cholm Cille, Dingle, 10 April 1999.
  • ‘The heart of knowing’, India International Centre Quarterly 27.1 (2000) 69-78.
  • ‘Varia I: Ferp cluiche’, Ériu 50 (1999) 165-8.
  • Editor, with Máire Herbert and Pádraig Ó Riain, of Studies in Irish Hagiography: Saints and Scholars (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2001), xii + 418 pp., 22 contributions.
  • ‘Varieties of supernatural contact in the Life of Adamnán’, in Saints and Scholars, ed, J. Carey et al., pp. 49-62; presented at the conference ‘Columba and his Churches AD 597-1997’, Magee College, University of Ulster, Derry, 6 July 1997.
  • ‘Varia II: The address to Fergus’s stone’, Ériu 51 (2000) 183-7.
  • ‘Did the Irish come from Spain? The legend of the Milesians’, History Ireland 9.3 (Autumn 2001) 8-11.
  • Editor (with Martin McNamara, Caoimhín Breatnach, Máire Herbert, Jean-Daniel Kaestli, Brian Ó Cuív, Pádraig Ó Fiannachta and Diarmuid Ó Laoghaire) of Apocrypha Hiberniae: I. Evangelia Infantiae, Corpus Christianorum Series Apocryphorum vols 13 and 14 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2001-3).
  • Editor (with David Cadman) of A Sacred Trust: Ecology and Spiritual Vision (London: Temenos Academy and the Prince’s Foundation, 2002), xi + 185 pp., 13 contributions.
  • ‘Nodons, Lugus, Windos’, in Dieux des Celtes/ Götter der Kelten/ Gods of the Celts, ed. Charles Marie Ternes and Hartmut Zinser(Luxembourg, 2002), pp. 99-126; presented as part of the colloquium ‘Dieux des Celtes’, organised by the European Association for the Scientific Study of Religion, Luxembourg, 13 October 2001.
  • ‘The Lough Foyle colloquy texts: Immacaldam Choluim Chille ┐ ind Óclaig oc Carraic Eolairg and Immacaldam in Druad Brain┐ inna Banfátho Febuil ós Loch Febuil’, Ériu 52 (2002) 53-87.
  • ‘Ideal kingship in early Ireland’, in Monarchy (London: Temenos Academy, 2002), pp. 45-65.
  • ‘Etymology and time’, Temenos Academy Review 5 (Autumn 2002) 85-100; presented at the Temenos Academy, London, 22 October 2001.
  • ‘Werewolves in medieval Ireland’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 44 (Winter 2002) 37-72; presented to the Celtic Studies seminar at Jesus College, Oxford, 25 January 2000; and to the Finnish Society for Celtic Studies, Helsinki, 26 September 2002.
  • ‘The seven heavens and the twelve dragons in Insular Apocalyptic’, Apocalyptic and Eschatological Heritage: The Middle East and Celtic Realms, ed. Martin McNamara (Dublin, 2003), pp. 121-36; presented at the conference ‘Oriental and Celtic Thought: Millennial Themes’, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 29 June 2000.
  • Editor of Duanaire Finn: Reassessments, Irish Texts Society Subsidiary Series 13 (London: Irish Texts Society, 2003), xi + 123 pp., 6 contributions.
  • ‘Remarks on dating’, in Carey, ed., Duanaire Finn: Reassessments, pp. 1-18; presented as part of the Irish Texts Society/ Combined Departments of Irish UCC seminar on Duanaire Finn, 9 November 2002.
  • ‘In the kingdom of Hermes’, Temenos Academy Review 6 (2003) 155-80.
  • ‘The encounter at the ford: Warriors, water and women,’ Éigse 34 (2004) 10-24; presented at the 12th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 29 August 2003.
  • Articles ‘Cináed ó hArtucáin’ (xi.713), ‘Cuán ua Lothcháin’ (xiv.547-8), ‘Eochaid ua Flannucáin’ (xviii.472-3), ‘Flann Mainistrech’ (xix.997-8) and ‘Máel Muru Othna’ (xxxvi.100-1), in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison, 60 vols (Oxford, 2004).
  • Editor, with Máire Herbert and Kevin Murray, of Cín Chille Cúile: Texts, Saints and Places - Essays in Honour of Pádraig Ó Riain (Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2004), xxiv + 405 pp., 29 contributions.
  • ‘The names of the plains beneath the lakes of Ireland’, in Carey et al., ed., Cín Chille Cúile, pp. 44-57.
  • ‘The true religion of every poet’, Temenos Academy Review 7 (2004) 59-80.
  • ‘The obscurantists and the sea-monster: Reflections on the Hisperica Famina’, Peritia 17-18 (2003-4) 40-60; presented as part of the Insular Studies seminar, UCC, 12 November 2002; as part of the New Directions in Celtic Literary Studies programme, Aberdeen, 14 March 2003; and as a lecture to the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, on 15 April 2003.
  • ‘The wanderings of Idris’, Studia Celtica 38 (2004) 151-5.
  • ‘An Old Irish poem about Mug Roith’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 110 (2005) 113-34.
  • ‘Lebor Gabála and the legendary history of Ireland’, in Medieval Celtic Literature and Society, ed. Helen Fulton (Dublin, 2005), pp. 32-48.
  • ‘Christ Sun of Justice: The symbolism of a church in Vermont’, Temenos Academy Review 8 (2005) 78-95; presented at the Temenos Academy, London, 8 February 1999.
  • ‘Tara and the supernatural’, in The Kingship and Landscape of Tara, ed. Edel Bhreathnach (Dublin, 2005), pp. 32-48.
  • Articles ‘Bresal/Bressual Beolïach’ (i.246-7), ‘Christianity, Celtic’ (ii.431-5), ‘Fomoiri’ (ii.762), ‘Heroic ethos’ (with J. T. Koch: iii.907-12), ‘Lebar Gabála Érenn’ (iii.1123-5), ‘Legendary history: §3. Ireland’ (iii.1132-6), ‘Otherworld’ (iv.1403-6), ‘Reincarnation and shape-shifting’ (iv.1484-6), ‘Tuath Dé’ (v.1693-6), ‘Vision literature, medieval Irish’ (v.1739-41) and ‘Voyage literature’ (v.1743-6) in Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia, ed. J. T. Koch (Santa Barbara, Denver and Oxford, 2006).
  • ‘Two notes on names’, Éigse 35 (2005) 116-24.
  • Editor (with James Harpur) of Temenos Academy Review 9 (2006): 262 pp., 34 contributors.
  • ‘Russia, cradle of the Gael’, in Parallels between Celtic and Slavic: Proceedings of the First International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica, ed. Séamus Mac Mathúna and Maxim Fomin (Coleraine, 2006), pp. 149-61.
  • ‘Editorial’, Temenos Academy Review 9 (2006) 5-10.
  • Editor (with David Cadman) of Sanctuary (London: Temenos Academy, 2006): 95 pp., 7 contributions.
  • ‘Bran son of Febal and Brân son of Llyr’, in Ireland and Wales in the Middles Ages, ed. Karen Jankulak and Jonathan M. Wooding (Dublin, 2007), pp. 168-79; presented at the annual Tionól of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 20 November 1999; and as part of the departmental seminar of the Department of Early and Medieval Irish, National University of Ireland, Cork, 13 February 2002.
  • Ireland and the Grail (Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2007), xxii + 419 pp.
  • Editor (with James Harpur) of Temenos Academy Review 10 (2007): 294 pp., 30 contributors.
  • ‘Editorial’, Temenos Academy Review 10 (2007) 7-13.
  • ‘Clement of Alexandria: Selections from the Stromateis’, Temenos Academy Review 10 (2007) 55-77.
  • Editor (with Stephen Overy) of Lighting A Candle: Kathleen Raine and Temenos (London: Temenos Academy, 2008): 223 pp., 44 contributions.
  • ‘From David to Labraid: Sacral kingship and the emergence of monotheism in Israel and Ireland’, in Approaches to Religion and Mythology in Celtic Studies, ed. Katja Ritari and Alexandra Bergholm (Newcastle, 2008), pp. 2-27.  Originally presented as the opening keynote lecture of the Colloquium of the Societas Celto-Nordica, Helsinki, 21 September 2006; also presented as part of the seminar in Insular Studies, UCC, 7 November 2006.
  • In Tenga Bithnua and the Days of Creation’, Apocrypha 18 (2007) 231-46.
  • ‘Henry Corbin and the Secret of the Grail’, Temenos Academy Review 14 (2011) 159-78.
  • ‘The Face and the Veil: Divine Presence and Mortal Absence in Fís Adomnáin and Nicholas of Cusa’, Sacred Web 28 (Winter 2011) 15-20.
  • ‘Saint Brendan and the Crystal Pillar’, in Treasures of Irish Christianity: People and Places, Images and Texts, ed. Salvador Ryan and Brendan Leahy (Dublin, 2012), pp. 73-5.
  • ‘Lore of Origins in Medieval Ireland’, in Ireland and Armenia: Studies in Language, History and Narrative, ed. Maxim Fomin, Alvard Jivanyan and Séamus Mac Mathúna, JIES Monographs 61 (Washington DC, 2012), pp. 139-48.
  • ‘Hymns to the Ṛbhus’, Temenos Academy Review 15 (2012) 63-87.
  • ‘The Sea and the Spirit: Two Notes’, in Gablánach in Scélaigecht: Celtic Studies in Honour of Ann Dooley, ed. Sarah Sheehan, Joanne Findon and Westley Follett (Dublin, 2013), pp. 26-37.
  • Dee "Pagan Deity"’, Ériu 62 (2012) 33-42.
  • ‘A Cosmological Poem Attributed to Moses’, in Princes, Prelates and Poets in Medieval Ireland: Essays in Honour of Katharine Simms, ed. Seán Duffy (Dublin, 2013), pp. 412-43.
  • ‘Muirchú and the Ulster Cycle’, in Ulidia 3: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, ed. Gregory Toner and Séamus Mac Mathúna (Berlin, 2013), pp 121-6.
  • ‘Dán Doiléir atá Curtha i Leith Chormaic mhic Cuileannáin’, in Séimhfhear Suairc: Aistí in Ómós don Ollamh Breandán Ó Conchúir, ed. Seán Ó Coileáin, Liam P. Ó Murchú and Pádraigín Riggs (An Daingean, 2013), pp 39-45.

Reviews

  • D. Ó Cróinín, The Irish Sex Aetates Mundi, in Studia Hibernica 24 (1984-88) 160-63.
  • M. Richter, Medieval Ireland: The Enduring Tradition,  in Speculum 65 (1990) 489-90.
  • M. Herbert, Iona, Kells, and Derry, in Speculum 65 (1990) 690-92.
  • M. Settegast, Plato, Prehistorian and R. Lamberton, Homer the Theologian, in Gnosis 20 (1991) 62-64.
  • M. Herbert and P. Ó Riain, eds, Betha Adamnáin, in Speculum 66 (1991) 419-20.
  • C. Bamford, trans., The Voice of the Eagle, in Gnosis 21 (1991) 77.
  • P. Sherrard, The Sacred in Life and Art, in Temenos 12 (1991) 252-54.
  • S. Pétrement, A Separate God: The Christian Origins of Gnosticism, in Parabola 17.2 (1992) 120-25.
  • K. McCone, Pagan Past and Christian Present in Early Irish Literature, in Speculum 67 (1992) 450-52.
  • L. Bitel, Isle of the Saints: Monastic Settlement and Christian Community in Early Ireland, in Speculum 67 (1992) 631-33.
  • R. Sharpe, Medieval Irish Saints’ Lives, in Speculum 68 (1993) 260-62.
  • A. Duncan, Elements of Celtic Christianity, in Gnosis 31 (1994) 76-77.
  • T. Cowan, Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit, in Gnosis 32 (1994) 72-73.
  • C. D. Wright, The Irish Tradition in Old English Literature, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 29 (Summer 1995) 66-8.
  • C. Byrne et al., eds, Celtic Languages and Celtic Peoples, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 30 (Winter 1995) 129-30.
  • T. O. Clancy and G. Márkus, trans., Iona: The Earliest Poetry of a Celtic Monastery, in Éigse 29 (1996) 196-200.
  • E. Sorlin, Cris de vie, cris de mort: Les fées du destin dans les pays celtiques, in Éigse 30 (1997) 201-6.
  • ‘Sages, saints, and semiotics: Encountering medieval Irish literature’: review of J. F. Nagy, Conversing with Angels and Ancients: Literary Myths of Ancient Ireland, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 35 (Summer 1998) 57-72.
  • J. Vendryes, La religion des Celtes, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 36 (Winter 1998) 98-9.
  • A. Kondratiev, The Apple Branch: A Path to Celtic Ritual, in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 104 (1999) 169-70.
  • P. Nanavutty, trans., The Gathas of Zarathushtra, in Temenos Academy Review 4 (2001) 167-70.
  • S. Ó Duinn, Where Three Streams Meet: Celtic Spirituality, in The Irish Catholic, 7 June 2001.
  • ‘Recent work on “Celtic Christianity”: review of D. Meek, The Quest for Celtic Christianity, and T. O’Loughlin, Journeys on the Edges: The Celtic Tradition, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 42 (Winter 2001) 83-7.
  • B. Maier, Dictionary of Celtic Religion and Culture, in Speculum 76 (2001) 194-6.
  • T. Silverstein and A. Hilhorst, eds, Apocalypse of Paul: A New Critical Edition of Three Long Latin Versions, in Speculum 76 (2001) 229-30.
  • H. B. Clarke, M. Ní Mhaonaigh and R. Ó Floinn, eds, Ireland and Scandinavia in the Early Viking Age, Éigse 33 (2002) 258-61.
  • M. Atherton, ed., Celts and Christians, in Reviews in Religion & Theology 10:1 (February 2003) 62-5.
  • W. Stoddart, ed., The Essential Titus Burckhardt: Reflections on Sacred Art, Faiths, and Civilizations, in Temenos Academy Review 7 (2004) 224-6.
  • P. Kingsley, Reality, in Temenos Academy Review 8 (2005) 206-10.
  • N. Stalmans, Saints d’Irlande: Analyse critique des sources hagiographiques (VIIe-IXe siècles), in Speculum 80 (2005) 983-5.
  • T. O’Loughlin, Discovering Saint Patrick, in Reviews in Religion & Theology 13:4 (September 2006)
  • B. Keeble, ed., Every Man An Artist: Readings in the Traditional Philosophy of Art, in Temenos Academy Review 9 (2006) 226-9.
  • C. Sterckx, Les mutilations des ennemis chez les Celtes préchrétiens, in Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 52 (Winter 2006) 95-7.
  • T. P. Bridgman, Hyperboreans: Myth and History in Celtic-Hellenic Contacts, in Classics Ireland 13 (2006) 76-8.
  • P. Dronke, Imagination in the Late Pagan and Early Christian World: The First Nine Centuries A.D., in Temenos Academy Review 10 (2007) 251-5.
  • R. Sworder, Homer on Immortality: The Journey of Odysseus as a Path to Perfection, in Temenos Academy Review 10 (2007) 278-80.
  • B. Murdoch, The Apocryphal Adam and Eve in Medieval Europe: Vernacular Translations and Adaptations of the Vita Adae et Evae, in Peritia 21 (2010) 346-8.
  • P. Douglas, Language and Truth: A Study of the Sanskrit Language and its Relationship with Principles of Truth, in Temenos Academy Review 14 (2011) 309-10.
  • P. Mac Cana, The Cult of the Sacred Centre, in Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 140 (2013) 99-102. M. Fomin et al., ed., Sacred Topology of Early Ireland and Ancient India, in Éigse 38 (2013) 358-61.

 

 

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