Studia Hibernica

Ceann Fhaoladh Sapiens, Inchinn an Dearmaid agus Cluiche an Léinn

Studia Hibernica (1970), 31, (1), 53–69.

Abstract

‘It é inso ruidilsi cluiche .i. lúb, liathróit, corthe críche, tochailt trebán, lém, snám, sraenán, brandub, fidchell, buanfach, folach migán, immarchor uanán, ardchless co n-ublaib; it saera in so uili cen othrus cen fiachu.’ … Ataat and-som fianchluichi aili ata saini sretha: …

Atait ceithre colc[h]luichi la Feinee: …

(The following are the games with total immunity: hurley, ball, ‘boundary pillar’, ‘excavating small dwellings’ …, jumping, swimming, wrestling (?) and b. f., b. (three board-games), hide and seek, carrying (…) [? pick-a-back/ ? blind-man’s-buff], juggling in the air wih balls; all these are immune and involve neither sick-maintenance nor penalties. There are other types of competitive games whose rules are diferent. … There are in Irish law four foul plays. …).

(As téacs Sean-Ghaeilge ón ochtú céad.)

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MAC CÁBA, ÉANNA