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Author:Hull, Eleanor [Hull, Eleanor]

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Published: 2013-01-08T00:00:00+00:00

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Text Book of Early Irish Literature: Part I by Hull Eleanor

The Destruction of Dind-Righ. This is the legend that even in early times was reckoned as the first in the series of the “King Stories” of Erin, as is shown by the mention of it by Donn-Bó, the minstrel, in the piece called the Battle of Allen. It is there said that Donn-Bó, “who was the best teller of King-Stories in the world, knew a tale of each King of Tara from the tale of the Destruction of Dind-Righ down to the kings who reigned in his own time.” It is a cruel story of the jealousy of one brother by another followed by a double murder and a seizure of the Kingdom of Leinster. The murdered prince left a son, Labhraidh, or Lowra the Wanderer, so named from the adventures he went through after he was driven out from the kingdom. On his return he marched to Dind-Righ, the palace of the Kings of Bregia, now held by the troops of his usurping uncle, Cobthach (Coffey), sacked the fort, and slaughtered the troops. He afterwards took a terrible revenge on Cobthach by setting fire to the house to which he had invited him in friendly banquet. The inner walls were of iron which were heated red-hot and all within perished. Another tale, called LONGEAS LABHRADA, is connected with this story. It relates the wooing of Moriath, daughter of the King of West Munster, by Labhraidh, and his adventures during his absence from Erin.

 

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Author:Hull, Eleanor [Hull, Eleanor]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: AlbaCraft Publishing

Published: 2013-01-08T00:00:00+00:00
The Destruction of Dind-Righ. This is the legend that even in early times was reckoned as the first in the series of the “King Stories” of Erin, as is shown by the mention of it by Donn-Bó, the minstrel, in the piece called the Battle of Allen. It is there said that Donn-Bó, “who was the best teller of King-Stories in the world, knew a tale of each King of Tara from the tale of the Destruction of Dind-Righ down to the kings who reigned in his own time.” It is a cruel story of the jealousy of one brother by another followed by a double murder and a seizure of the Kingdom of Leinster. The murdered prince left a son, Labhraidh, or Lowra the Wanderer, so named from the adventures he went through after he was driven out from the kingdom. On his return he marched to Dind-Righ, the palace of the Kings of Bregia, now held by the troops of his usurping uncle, Cobthach (Coffey), sacked the fort, and slaughtered the troops. He afterwards took a terrible revenge on Cobthach by setting fire to the house to which he had invited him in friendly banquet. The inner walls were of iron which were heated red-hot and all within perished. Another tale, called LONGEAS LABHRADA, is connected with this story. It relates the wooing of Moriath, daughter of the King of West Munster, by Labhraidh, and his adventures during his absence from Erin.

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