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Echtra Chondla

Online sources

Manuscript sources and printed editions
See echtra chondla in MsOmit 2010
See echtra condla chaim in Scéla
See echtrae chonnlai in *selgā

Digital Image of manuscript
This saga (beginning only) appears in the manuscript MS. Rawl. B. 512, in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, starting in fol. 120v, column b, line 21, beginning Conla Ruad mac do Chund Chétcathach. A digital image of this manuscript is available at: Bodleian Library, Oxford.

This saga appears in the manuscript MS 23 E 25 (Leabhar na hUidhre), in the Royal Irish Academy, starting on p. 120, column a, line 4, beginning CID día n-apar Art Óenfer. A digital image of this manuscript is available at: Irish Script on Screen.

This saga appears in the manuscript MS 1318 (Yellow Book Of Lecan), in Trinity College Dublin, II, cols. 399-400; III, cols. 914-5. A digital image of this manuscript is available at: Irish Script on Screen.

Medieval Irish text
Richard Irvine Best and Osborn Bergin (ed.), Lebor na hUidre: Book of the Dun Cow, (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1929; repr. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1992), pp. 302-304.
Digital Edition at Archive.org (pp. 302-304); Digital Edition at NLS.uk (pp. 302-304 (358-360)); Irish text at CELT

English translation
Tom Peete Cross & Clark Harris Slover (tr.), Ancient Irish Tales, (Henry Holt & Co: New York, 1936), pp. 488-490.
English translation at MaryJones.us; English translation at Tech Screpta

English translation
Patrick Weston Joyce (tr.), Old Celtic Romances, (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879), pp. 106-111.
Digital Edition at Archive.com (pp. 106-111(132-136))

German translation
Rudolf Thurneysen (tr.), Warum Art der Einzige genannt wurde, in: Sagen aus dem alten Irland, (Berlin: Verlag von Wiegandt & Grieben, 1901), pp. 73-76.
Digital Edition at Archive.org (pp. 73-76 (91-95))