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  1. (ed), Three Irish glossaries (London 1862) [1. Cormac's Glossary; 2. O'Davoren's Glossary; 3. A glossary to the Calendar of Oingus the Culdee].
  2. Goidilica or notes on the Gaelic manuscripts preserved at Turin, Milan, Berne, Leyden, with eight hymns from the Liber Hymnorum and the Old-Irish notes in the Book of Armagh (Calcutta, private print 1866).
  3. (ed), Sanas Cormaic: Cormac's glossary, annotated and translated by John O'Donovan (Calcutta 1868).
  4. (ed. & tr.), Fis Adamnain: slicht Libair na hUidre: Adamnán's Vision (Simla private print 1870).
  5. `Mythological notes', Revue Celtique 1 (1870) 256–62; 2 (1874) 197–203; 6 (1884) 267–69 [1. Luchorpáin-Laws i 70, 71, LU 2a, De senchas na torothar; 2. Rosualt-LL 118a2, DS Mag Muirisci; 3. Names for "God"; 4. Cenn Cruaich (Rawl. B 505, 175b, Spirits speaking from weapons (LU 43a; 6. Bull feast -LU 46; 6. Man octipartite]; 7. Labraid Lorc and his ears-, YBL 690–92; 8. Cred's pregnancy , Lebor Brecc; 9. Souls in the form of birds; 10. Human sacrifice-Odrán; 11. Waves; 12. Lycanthropy , LU 36b and BB 140b; 13. Magonia; 14. The Hrungnir Saga- (ed. & tr.) The combat of Munremar and Cú Roí, from Lebor na hUidre].
  6. Goidelica (2nd ed. London 1872).
  7. `The Klosterneuberg incantation', Revue Celtique 2 (1873) 112–15.
  8. (ed. & tr.), `A Middle-Irish homily on St Martin of Tours', Revue Celtique 2 (1875) 381–402 [Lebor Brecc, 59a].
  9. `Cuchulainn's death', Revue Celtique 3 (1876–78) 175–85 [LL].
  10. `On the Gaelic names in the Landnamabok and runic inscriptions', Revue Celtique 3 (1876–78) 186–91.
  11. `A parallel', Revue Celtique 3 (1876–78) 443–44 [Story of Brigit and Beccán, fr. Lebor Brecc, 63b].
  12. (ed. & tr.), Three Middle-Irish homilies on the Lives of saints Patrick, Brigit and Columba (Calcutta 1877), i.e.
    Betha Phatraic [LB]; Betha Brigte [LB]; Betha Choluim Chille [LB]
  13. (ed. & tr.), Tidings of Doomsday [Scél laí bratha], Revue Celtique 4 (1880) 245–57, 479 [Lebor na hUidre, 31–34].
  14. (ed. & tr.), `On the Calendar of Oengus', Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, Irish Manuscript Series 1 (Dublin 1880).
  15. The Irish passages in the Stowe Missal with some notes on the Orleans glosses (Calcutta: privately printed 1881).
  16. (ed. & tr.), Togail Troi: the destruction of Troy (Calcutta private print 1881) [LL 217a–244b, 406b–08b].
  17. (ed), Saltair na Rann: a collection of early Middle Irish poems, Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Series 1/3 (Oxford 1883).
  18. `On the Calendar of Oengus', Revue Celtique 5 (1883) 339–80 [A recast of the preface to the RIA edition, revised].
  19. `Irish folklore', Revue Celtique 5 (1883) 391–92 [the cause of toothache].
  20. `Another parallel', Revue Celtique 5 (1883) 393–94 [passages in Lives of Colum Cille and Patrick compared to Buddist legend].
  21. `Addenda and corrigenda to Togail Troi', Revue Celtique 5 (1883) 401–04.
  22. (ed. & tr.), `The Irish passages in the Stowe Missal', Kuhn's Z Vergleich Sprachforsch 26 (1883) 497–519.
  23. (ed. & tr.), `The destruction of Troy', W. Stokes & E. Windisch (ed), Irische Texte ser2 1 (Leipzig 1884) 1–142 [Togail Troi , H. 2. 17].
  24. (ed. & tr.), `Extracts from the Franciscan Liber Hymnorum', Revue Celtique 6 (1884) 264–66 [prefaces].
  25. `On the metre rinnard and the Calendar of Oengus as illustrating the Irish verbal accent', Revue Celtique 6 (1885) 273–97 [metrics] [contains ed. of Fiacc's Hymn, Inc. `Genair Patraic in-Nemthur'].
  26. `On Irish metric', Revue Celtique 6 (1885) 298–308 [metrics].
  27. `Keltic etymologies', Bezzenberger's Beiträge 9 (1885) 86–92.
  28. `Valerius Flaccus', Academy 27 (1885) 11–12 [passage in the Book of Armagh founded on a verse of Valerius Flaccus].
  29. `A few parallels between the Old-Norse and the Irish literatures and tradition', Arkiv for nordisk filologi 2 (1885) 339–41 [repr. Academy 27 (1885) 298].
  30. (ed. & tr.), `Find and the phantoms', Revue Celtique 7 (1886) 289–307 [poem , LL, inc. `Oenach indiu luid in ri'].
  31. (ed. & tr.), `Early Middle Irish glosses from Rawlinson B 502', Revue Celtique 7 (1886) 374–75.
  32. (ed. & tr.), The tripartite Life of Patrick (RS 2 vols London 1887).
  33. (ed. & tr.), `Loegaire's conversion and death' Comthoth Loegaire, The tripartite Life of Patrick (RS 2 vols London 1887), ii 562–67.
  34. (ed. & tr.), `The death of the sons of Uisnech', Whitley Stokes & E. Windisch (ed), Irische Texte ser2 ii (Leipzig 1887) 109–84 [ed. Oided mac nUisnig , Glenn Masáin MS].
  35. (ed. & tr.), `The siege of Howth', Revue Celtique 8 (1887) 47–64 [Talland Étair].
  36. (ed. & tr.), `The Irish verses, notes, and glosses in Harl. 1802', Revue Celtique 8 (1887) 346–69 [texts of poems, inc. `Aurilius humils árd', `Becca na delba acht delb Dé', `Eól dam aidid Críst na cet'].
  37. (ed. & tr.), `Irish glosses and notes on Chalcidius', Kuhn's Z Vergleich Sprachforsch 29 (1887) 372–78.
  38. (ed. & tr.), The voyage of Snédgus and Mac Riagla [Imrum Snedhghusa ocus Mic Ríagla], Revue Celtique 9 (1888) 14–25.
  39. `Zimmeriana', Revue Celtique 9 (1888) 97–104.
  40. `On the materia medica of the mediaeval Irish', Revue Celtique 9 (1888) 224–44.
  41. (ed. & tr.), `On the personal appearance and death of Christ, his apostles and others', Revue Celtique 9 (1888) 364 [YBL].
  42. (ed. & tr.), `The voyage of Máel Dúin', Revue Celtique 9 (1888) 447–95, 10 (1889) 50–95, 264 [Imram curaig Máil Dúin , Lebor na hUidre YBL].
  43. (ed. & tr.), `The Old-Irish glosses in Regina Nr. 215', Kuhn's Z Vergleich Sprachforsch 30 (1889) 555–61.
  44. `Notes on the Annals of Ulster', Academy 908 (Sept 1889) 207–08, 909 (Oct 1889) 223–25, 910 (Oct 1889) 240–41 [vol I].
  45. `On Professor Atkinson's edition of the Passions and Homilies in the Lebar Brecc', Trans Philol Soc, 1889–90, [1889], 203–34. Also separatum, paginated 1–32.
  46. (ed. & tr.), Lives of the saints from the Book of Lismore, Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Ser 5 (Oxford 1890).
  47. `Hibernica', Kuhn's Z Vergleich Sprachforsch 31 (1890) 232–55, 33 (1893) 62–86, 35 (1897) 150–53, 35 (1898) 587–96 [1. Glosses in Palatine 68; 2. Glosses in the Book of Armagh; Note in Würzb mp.thi.f.61; 4. The fragments in the Reichenau Bede; 5. Extracts from Palatine 830-(a) A list of Irish kings, (b) Poem on Adam's head inc. `Cenn ard Adaim étrocht rád', (c) Poem on Adam's 124 children inc. `Cethror cóic fichit iar fír', (d) Poem on the war btw tribe of Benajamin and the others inc. `Ben romarbsat fir gaba', (e) Dialogue btw Patrick and Brigit inc. `A Brighit a n*mhingen'; 6. Glosses in Bodl. 70; 7. Notes on Laud 460; 8. The glosses on the Bucolics; 9. Glosses in the Book of Armagh (corrections); 10. An ancient poem on Cú Chulainn-Dindshenchas of Srub Brain , H.3.3 inc. `Tathus drecht dron-amhnus'; 11. athláech; 12. A gloss in Regina 255; 13. bruiden and Goth. baúrd; 14. uag and Goth. augô; aesc and Lat. aesculus; 16. Glosses on Eutychius; 17. Etymologies-25].
  48. (ed. & tr.), `A note on Fiacha Muillethan', Revue Celtique 11 (1890) 41–45 [Lec.].
  49. `A legend of Abraham', Academy 37/ 207 (1890) [On the Talmudic legend and its mention by Muirchú].
  50. `Glosses from Turin and Rome', Bezzenbergers Beiträge 17 (1891) 133–46.
  51. `The Irish ordeals, Cormac's adventure in the Land of Promise and the decision as to Cormac's sword', Whitley Stokes & E. Windisch (ed), Irische Texte ser3 1 (Leipzig 1891) 183–229, 283.
  52. `On the linguistic value of the Irish annals', Trans Philol Soc, 1888–90 [1890], 365–433 [A revised ed. in Bezzenbergers Beiträge 18 (1892), 56–132, which see].
  53. The second battle of Moytura, Revue Celtique 12 (1891) 52–130, 306–08 [Harl. 5280; obscure and apparently obscene passages are omitted; Thurneysen edited these lacunae in 1918].
  54. (ed. & tr.), Life of St Féchin of Fore, Revue Celtique 12 (1891) 318–53. Translation also available.
  55. (ed. & tr.), `Adamnan's Second Vision', Revue Celtique 12 (1891) 420–43.
  56. (ed. & tr.), `The Bodleian Dinnshenchas', Folk-Lore 3 (1892) 467–516 [Rawl. B 506].
  57. (ed. & tr.), `The Borama', Revue Celtique 13 (1892) 32–124, 299 [LL].
  58. (ed. & tr.), The Battle of Mag Mucrime, Revue Celtique 13 (1892) 426–74 [LL].
  59. `On the linguistic value of the Irish annals', Bezzenbergers Beiträge 18 (1892), 56–132.
  60. (ed. & tr.), `On the metrical glossaries of the mediaeval Irish', Trans Philol Soc, 1891–94 (1893) 1–103.
  61. (ed. s& tr.), `On the metrical glossaries of the mediaeval Irish', Bezzenberger's Beiträge 29 (1893) 1–120.
  62. `On the Bodleian fragment of Cormac's Glossary [Laud 610, 79a–86a]', Trans Philol Soc, 1891–94 (1893], 149–206. My photocopy is a separatum, separately paginated, 1–58.
  63. (ed. & tr.), `The Edinburgh dinnshenchas', Folk-Lore 4 (1893) 471–97 [Kilbride MS 16].
  64. (ed. & tr.), The Voyage of the Hui Corra [Imram curaig hUa Corra], Revue Celtique 14 (1893) 22–69 [Book of Fermoy 170a–77].
  65. (ed. & tr.), `Old-Irish glosses on the Bucolics', from a MS in the Bibliothèque nationale', Revue Celtique 14 (1893) 226–37.
  66. (ed. & tr.), `The violent deaths of Goll and Garb', Revue Celtique 14 (1893) 396–449 [Aided Guill meic Carbada ocus Aided Gairb Glinne Rige,, LL].
  67. `Old-Irish glosses on the Bucolics', Trans Philol Soc, 1891–94 [1893], 297–307.
  68. Urkeltischer Sprachschatz (Göttingen 1894).
  69. (ed. & tr.), `The prose tales in the Rennes dindshenchas', Revue Celtique 15 (1894) 272–336, 418–84; 16 (1895) 31–83, 135-67, 269-312].
  70. (ed. & tr.), Félire hÚi Gormáin: the Martyrology of Gorman, HBS 9 (London 1895).
  71. (ed. & tr.), `The annals of Tigernach', Revue Celtique 16 (1895) 374–419 [txt fr. Rawlinson B 502]; 17 (1896) 6–33, 116–263, 337–420 [txt fr. Rawlinson B 488]; 18 (1897) 9–59, 150–303, 374–91 (repr. 2 vols, Felinfach 1993).
  72. `The Annals of Ulster', The Academy 1271 (Sept 1896) 182–83, 1273 (Sept 1896) 223–24 [vol. III].
  73. `A Celtic leechbook, Z Celt Philol 1 (1897) 17–25.
  74. `Cuimmín's poem on the saints of Ireland', Z Celt Philol 1 (1897) 59–73.
  75. The Gaelic abridgement of the book of Ser Marco Polo, Z Celt Philol 1 (1896–97) 245–73, 362–438. This includes an English translation.
  76. (ed. & tr.), Cóir Anmann [Fitness of Names], Whitley Stokes & E. Windisch (ed), Irische Texte ser3 2 (Leipzig 1897) 285–444, 557.
  77. The Gaelic Maundeville, Z Celt Philol 2 (1899) 1–63, 226–312, 603–04. This includes an English translation.
  78. (ed. & tr.), `The Irish version of Fierabras', Revue Celtique 19 (1898) 14–57, 118–67, 252–91, 364–93 [Egerton 1781, Laud 610, H.2.7].
  79. (ed. & tr.), `The Lecan glossary', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie i (1898) 50–100, 324.
  80. (ed. & tr.), `O'Mulconry's Glossary', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie i (1898) 232–324, 473–81, 629.
  81. `Notes on the St. Gallen Glosses', Z Celt Philol 2 (1899) 473–79.
  82. (ed. & tr.), `The Bodleian Amra Choluimb Chille', Revue Celtique 20 (1899) 31–55, 132–83, 248–89, 400–37; 21 (1900) 133–36 (corrections).
  83. `Fifty Irish etymologies', Bezzenberger's Beiträge 25 (1899) 252–58.
  84. (ed. & tr.), `Three Irish medical glossaries', Archiv für celtische Philologie 1 (1899) 325–47.
  85. `A collation of the second edition of O'Clery's Irish glossary', Archiv für celtische Philologie 1 (1899) 348–59.
  86. Festschrift Whitley Stokes zum siebzigsten Geburtstage am 28. February 1900 (Leipzig 1900).
  87. (ed. & tr.), Acallamh na Senórach, Whitley Stokes & E. Windisch (ed), Irische Texte ser4 1 (Leipzig 1900).
  88. `Da Choca's Hostel', Revue Celtique 21 (1900) 149–65, 312–27, 388–402 [with marginal annotations].
  89. The destruction of Dind Ríg, Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 1–14, 225.
  90. A list of ancient Irish authors, Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 15–16 [poetics].
  91. The battle of Carn Conaill or Cath Cairnn Chonaill, Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 203–219, from Lebor na hUidre].
  92. `Amra Senáin', Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 220–25.
  93. `Irish etymologies', Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 467–73.
  94. `On a passage in Cath Cairn Chonaill', Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 572–73.
  95. (ed. & tr.), The Destruction of Da Derga's Hostel, Revue Celtique 22 (1901) 9–61, 165–215, 282–329, 390–437.
  96. (ed. & tr.), `The Lebar Brecc tracte on the consecration of a church', Miscellanea linguistica in onore di Graziadio Ascoli (Turin 1901) 363–87.
  97. `Irish etymologies', Indogermanische Forschungen 12 (1901) 185–95.
  98. `Irish etymologies', Z Celt Philol 3 (1901) 467–73.
  99. [Notice of] Glossary to volumes I–V of the Ancient Laws of Ireland], Z Celt Philol 4 (1902) 347–76.
  100. (ed. & tr.), `The death of Muirchertach mac Erca', Revue Celtique 23 (1902) 395–437, 24 (1903) 349 [YBL].
  101. (ed. & tr.), `On the deaths of some Irish heroes', Revue Celtique 23 (1902) 303–48, 438; 27 (1906) 202 (corrections) [ed. LL, Laud 610, Egerton 1782 `Fíanna bátar i nEmain', by Cináed úa Artacáin (*985)].
  102. (ed. & tr.), `The battle of Allen', Revue Celtique 24 (1903) 41–70 [Cath Almaine, YBL w/ vll.].
  103. (ed. & tr.), `The death of Crimthann son of Fidach and the adventures of the sons of Eochaid Muigmedón', Revue Celtique 24 (1903) 172–207 [YBL facs 186–190a, vll. BB; ed. & tr. O'Grady, Standish H., Silva gadelica (2 vols, London 1892) , BB 263b].
  104. (ed. & tr.), `The wooing of Luaine and the death of Athirne', Revue Celtique 24 (1903) 270–87 [Tochmarc Luaine * Aidedh Aithairne , YBL w/ vll.].
  105. `On the Copenhagen fragments of the Brehon laws', Z Celt Philol 4 (1903) 221–33 [law manuscripts].
  106. (ed. & tr.), `The songs of Buchet's house', Revue Celtique 25 (1904) 18–38, 225–27 [Esnada Tige Buchet , LL, Rawl B 502].
  107. (ed. & tr.), Tidings of the Resurrection [Scéla na hEsérgi], Revue Celtique 35 (1904) 232–59 [Lebor na hUidre]. Translation also available.
  108. (ed. & tr.), The Life of Fursa [Betha Fursa], Revue Celtique 25 (1904) 385–404. Translation also available.
  109. (ed. & tr.), `Irish riddles', Celtic Review 1 (1904) 132–35.
  110. (ed. & tr.), `O'Davoren's glossary', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie ii (1904) 197–504.
  111. Félire Óengusso céli Dé; the martyrology of Oengus the culdee, HBS 29 (London 1905, repr. Dublin 1984).
  112. (ed. & tr.), `The colloquy of the two sages', Revue Celtique 26 (1905), 4–64 [Immacalam in dá thuarad , Book of Leinster w/ vll. Rawl B 502 YBL].
  113. (ed. & tr.), `The adventure of St Columba's clerics', Revue Celtique 26 (1905) 130–70 [Echtra clérech Choluim Cille, YBL].
  114. (ed. & tr.), `Three legends from the Brussels manuscript 5100–4', Revue Celtique 26 (1905) 360–77 [1. Coirpre Crom and Maels*echlainn's soul; 2. Coirpre Crom and S. Ciarán; 3. Colmán mac Duach and Guaire; correction in Revue Celtique 27 (1906) 203].
  115. `Notes on the second edition of the Martyrology of Oengus', London 1905, Z Celt Philol 6 (1908) 235–42.
  116. (ed. & tr.), `The Irish abridgement of the "Expugnatio Hibernica"', Engl Hist Rev 20 (1905) 77–114 [ H. 2. 7].
  117. (ed. & tr.), `Glossed extracts from the Tripartite Life of Patrick', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie iii (1905) 8–38.
  118. (ed. & tr.), `The eulogy of Cú Roí: Amra Chonrói', Ériu 2 (1905) 1–14 [ H. 3. 18].
  119. (ed. & tr.),`The evernew tongue', Ériu 2 (1905) 96–162, 3 (1907) 34–35.
  120. (ed. & tr.), The martyrology of Óengus the Culdee, HBS 29 (London 1905, repr. Dublin 1984).
  121. (ed. & tr.), `The glossary in Egerton 158', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie iii (1906–07) 145–214, 247–48, 290.
  122. The birth and life of St Moling, Revue Celtique 27 (1906) 257–312; addenda and corrigenda, ibid. 28 (1907) 70–72. Issued as a separatum Paris 1906, with separate pagination, and again in 1907 in a revised edition in London. Translation also available.
  123. (ed. & tr.), The fifteen tokens of doomsday [Airdena inna cóic lá ndéc roa mbráth], Revue Celtique 28 (1907) 308–26, 432 [BM Add. 30512].
  124. (ed. & tr.), `The Stowe glossaries', Archiv für celtische Lexikographie iii (1907) 268–89 [C.I. 2].
  125. `On two Irish expressions for "right hand" and "left hand"', Ériu 3 (1907) 11–12.
  126. `Notes on the Evernew tongue', Ériu 3 (1907) 34–35.
  127. (ed. & tr.), The Training of Cú Chulainn [Do fhogluim Chonculainn], Revue Celtique 29 (1908) 109–52, 312–14 [Egerton 106].
  128. (ed. & tr.), `Old-Irish glosses at Laon', Revue Celtique 29 (1908) 269–70.
  129. (ed. & tr.), `Tidings of Conchobar mac Nessa', Ériu 4 (1910) 18–38 [LL; birth on a stone, ius primae noctis, marcheta, gáu flatho, kingship; Conchobar coeval with Christ; rights of a king: he never judged lest he judge falsely (§10), never in danger in battle because of battle champions (§11), mercheta (§12); late derivative and parody (cf. Fergus §13)].
  130. (ed), `Poems ascribed to S. Moling', O. J. Bergin, R. I. Best, Kuno Meyer, J. G. O'Keeffe (ed), Anecdota from Irish manuscripts ii (Halle a. S. 1908) 20–41 [ Brussels MS 5100–4].
  131. (ed. & tr.), `Gaelic glosses', Celtic Review 5 (1909) 291–94.
  132. (ed. & tr.), In Cath Catharda: The Civil War of the Romans, Whitley Stokes & E. Windisch, Irische Texte ser 4, ii (Leipzig 1909).
  133. & Strachan John, (ed. & tr.), Thesaurus palaeo-hibernicus (2 vols, Cambridge 1901–03, Supplement by Whitley Stokes, Halle a. S. (1910), repr. in two volumes, Dublin 1985).

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Updated with added hyperlinks by Beatrix Färber 2012.

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