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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 13: 1993

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ISBN 9781879095120

Publication Date: 11/30/2006

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  • The Archaeology of the Irish Dreamtime [J. P. Mallory]
  • Fairies and Anorexia: Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill’s Amazing Grass [Angela Bourke]
  • “Blow the House Down”: Coding, the Banshee, and Woman’s Place [Bettina N. Kimpton]
  • From Bean Chaointe to Fear Léinn: The Lament for Art O’Leary [Julie K. Marren]
  • Professional Poets and Personal Insults: Ad Hominem Attacks in Late Medieval Welsh Ymrysonau [Jerry Hunter]
  • Voyages Between Heaven and Hell: Navigating the Early Irish Immram Tales [Barbara Hillers]
  • Crazy Like a Fox: On Rehabilitating the Old Irish Legal Apparatus [Bettejane Crigger]
  • Forced and Unforced Rape in Early Irish Society [Lisi Oliver]
  • The Legal Status of Women in Early Medieval Ireland and Wales in Comparison with Western European and Mediterranean Societies: Environmental and Social Correlations [Dorothy Dilts Swartz]
  • Combat Between Fosterbrothers in Táin Bó Cúailnge [Donna Wong]
  • Homer, Callimachus, Lucilius, and Virgil: The Classical Poet’s View to the West [Philip M. Freeman]
  • A Lost Cultural Exchange: Reconsidering the Bologna Shrine’s Origin and Use [John Soderberg]
  • North Gaulish Forms of the Gundestrup Cauldron [Ralph M. Rowlett]

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