Irish annals

Irish annals

A number of Irish annals were compiled up to and shortly after the end of Gaelic Ireland in the 17th century. Manuscript copies of extant annals include the following:

*Annals of Boyle
*Annals of Clonmacnoise
*Annals of Connacht
*Annals of the Four Masters
*Annals of Inisfallen
*Annals of Lough Cé
*Annals of Multifarnan
*Annals of Roscrea
*Chronicon Scotorum
*Annals of Tigernach
*Annals of Ulster
*Mac Carthaigh's Book
* Lebor Gabála Érenn
* Fragmentary Annals of Ireland
* Leabhar Bhaile an Mhóta
* Lebor Glinne Dá Loch
* Lebor Leacáin
* Lebor na Cert
* Lebor na hUidre
* Leabhar Leacáin
* Leabhar Uí Dhubhagáin
* The Annals of Ireland (by Friar John Clyn)

Many of these annals, and much more besides, have been translated and published by either the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, or the Irish Texts Society. In addition, the text of many are available on the internet at the Corpus of Electronic Texts (CELT Project) hosted by the History Department of University College Cork, National University of Ireland. (See External Links below)

Annals known to have existed but which have been lost include:

* Annals of the Island of Saints
* Annals of Maolconary
* Book of Cuanu
* Book of the Monks
* Leabhar Airis Cloinne Fir Bhisigh
* Leabhar Airisen
* Leabhar Airisen Ghiolla Iosa Mhec Fhirbhisigh
* Synchronisms of Flann Mainstreach
* The Chronicle of Ireland

Modern annals

*Chronology of Irish History to 1976
*The Chronicle of Ireland 1992-1996

External links

* [ "Corpus of Electronic Texts" (CELT)] at University College Cork
* [ Irish Texts Society]
* [ Publications of the School of Celtic Studies]
* [ 'The Chronology of the Irish Annals' by Dan Mc Carthy]

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