This article focuses on Eochaid Úa Flainn's poem, 'Éitset áes ecna aíbind'. This late tenth-century or early eleventh-century poem is examined in the light of the possible influence of late antique rhetoric on medieval Irish poetry.
|Title of host publication||Adapting Texts and Styles in a Celtic Context. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Processes of Literary Transfer in the Middle Ages. Studies in Honour of Erich Poppe.|
|Editors||Axel Harlos, Neele Harlos|
|Place of Publication||Münster, Germany|
|Number of pages||32|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 1 Jul 2016|
- Eochaid Úa Flainn
- Eochaid úa Flannucáin (d. 1004)
- Medieval Irish Historical Poetry
- Book of Invasions
- Clanna Míleadh / Milesians
- The Goídil
- 'Politics and Land in Early Ireland'
- Medieval Irish Poetics
- Rhetorical Techniques
- Stylistic Analysis