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ISNI: 
0000 0000 6118 932X
Name: 
Ceiting, Seathrun
Céitinn, Séathrún
Geoffrey Keating (dichter uit Ierland (1569-1644))
Geoffrey Keating (Irish Roman Catholic priest, poet and historian)
Geoffrey Keating (irländsk historiker och poet)
Geoffrey Keating (irsk historikar og poet)
Geoffrey Keating (irsk historiker og poet)
Keating, Geoffrey
Keating, Jeoffry
Seathrún Céitinn
Seathrún Céitinn (irischer Historiker, Dichter und katholischer Priester)
Seathrún Céitinn (irsk historiker og poet)
Seathrún Céitinn (religioso, poeta e storico irlandese)
Séathrún, Kéitinn
Джеффрі Кітінг
세흐룬 케틴
Dates: 
1570?-1644?
Creation class: 
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Language material
Manuscript language material
Text
Creation role: 
annotator
author
Related names: 
Atkinson, Robert
Bergin, Joseph (1873-1950)
Bergin, Osborn (1873-1950)
Bergin, Osborn Joseph (1873-1950)
Comyn, David (1854-1907)
Dinneen, Patrick S. (1860-1934)
Dinneen, Patrick Stephen
Dinneen, Patrick Stephen (1860-1934)
O'Connor, Dermo'd
O'Mahony, John (1816-1877)
OM̓ahony, John Francis (1816-1877)
Titles: 
Dánta aṁráin, is caointe Ṡeaṫrúin Céitinn : doċtúir diaḋaċta 1570-1650 A.D.)
Dánta P̉̉iarais Feiritéir maille le beathaidh an fhilidh is foclóir
Eochair-Sgiath an Aifrinn ar n-a Chnuasach agus ar n-a Sgriobhadh le Seathrún Céitinn, Sagart agus Doctúr Diadhachta
Eochair-Sgiath an Aifrinn [The Key and Defence of the Mass] by Geoffrey Keating copied by James Quinlivan [Seamus Ua Coinnliomhain] of Cork
Foras feasa ar Éirinn do réir an athar seathrun céiting, ollamh rédiadhachta
Foras feasa ar Eirinn Selections
Forus feasa ar Éirinn. Selections
general history of Ireland. Containing, I. A full and impartial account of the first inhabitants of that Kingdom, The ; with the Lives and Reigns of an hundred and seventy four succeeding Monarchs of the Milesian Race. II. The Original of the Gadelians, their Travels into Spain, and from thence into Ireland. III. Of the frequent Assistance the Irish afforded the Scots against their Enemies the Romans and Britons; particularly their obliging the Britons to make a Ditch from Sea to Sea between England and Scotland. IV. A genuine Description of the Courage and Liberality of the ancient Irish, their severe Laws to preserve their Records and Antiquities, and the Punishments inflicted upon those Antiquaries who presumed to vary from the Truth; with an Account of the Laws and Customs of the Irish, and their Royal Assemblies at Tara, &c. V. A relation of the long and bloody wars of the Irish against the Danes, whose Yoke they at last threw off, and restored Liberty to their Country, which they preserved till the Arrival of Henry II. King of England. Collected by the learned Jeoffry Keating, D. D. Faithfully translated from the original Irish Language; with many curious Amendments taken from the Psalters of Tara and Cashel, and other Authentick Records. Illustrated with above one Hundred and Sixty Coats of Arms of the ancient Irish; with particular Genealogies of many noble Families, curiously Engraven upon Forty-Two Copper Plates, by the best Masters
Keatings history of ireland
O'Laverty Collection of Irish manuscripts in St. Malachy's College, Belfast, The
O'Neill manuscript
Sgéalaigheacht Chéitinn, irlandais
three shafts of death., The
Trí bior-ghaoithe an bháis
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