An Intro to Gauge Theories and Modern Particle Physics [Vol by E. Leader, E. Predazzi

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The chief poet of Erinn, was slain by the men of Tethfa. God performed a 'poet's miracle,' manifestly, on the party that killed him [do righne dia firt filed co follus ar an lucht ro marbh], forthey died [ro bassaiged - literally, were put to death] an evil death, and their bodies were not buried until wolves and birds preyed upon them. 3 ) In all accounts using this specific term, the poet-miracle is presented as a form of heavenly retribution, almost always with fatal consequences for the offender.

And passing great labor had he therewith. 29 While it is clear from this statement that Manus 6 Donnell had assistance,30 plainly he regarded 'The Life ofColumciIIe' as his project, and was involved in its composition in a capacity much more intense than that of a mere patron. Brendan Bradshaw has argued that this new version of the saint's life bears the hallmarks of Renaissance humanism. 31 While this may be an exaggeration, 6 Donnell's version undeniably represents a shift from the old hagiographical tradition.

15 Such accounts indicate that churches and churchyards were considered suitable locations for combat. Moreover, churchmen themselves were considered fair game in the neverending cycle of Gaelic warfare, apparently neither desiring nor being accorded much clerical immunity. A fourteenthcentury incident recorded in the Annales Hiberniae suggests how little clerical status was sometimes respected: [In 1331] the Leinster Irish rise against the English, they set fire to everything, even the Churches, and bum the Church of Freynstown with eighty persons in it; and, even when the priest in his sacred vestments, and carrying the host in his hands, tried to get out, they drove him back with their spears, and burned him.

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