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" Ainsicen' — so called, because it was the caire or cauldron which was used to return his own proper share to each and no party ever went away from it unsatisfied; for whatever quantity was put into it there was never boiled of it but what was sufficient... "
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish ... - Page 528
by William Robert Wilde - 1863 - 641 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 91

1862
...following tough and thorny definition :— " It was the ' caire ' or caldron which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company, according to their grade and rank. It was a caldron of this description that was at Bruighin hua Derga, where Conaire the son of...
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The Banquet of Dun Na N-Gedh and The Battle of Magh Rath: An Ancient ...

Ireland - 1842 - 360 pages
...Ainsicen? It is not difficult to tell It was the " caire," or cauldron, which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company according to their grade and rank. It was a cauldron of this description that was at Bruighin hua Derga", where Conaire son of Edersgeol,...
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The Banquet of Dun Na N'Gedh: and the Battle of Magh Rath, an Ancient ...

John O'Donovan - Ireland - 1842 - 376 pages
...is not difficult to tell. It was the " caire," or cauldron, which was used to return his own prolMBr share to each, and no party ever went away from it...sufficient for the company according to their grade and rank. It was a cauldron of this description that was at Bruighin hua Dergae, where Conaire son of Edersgcol,...
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Ancient Irish Minstrelsy

William Hamilton Drummond - English poetry - 1852 - 292 pages
...Dun-na-n-Gedh (p. 51), is an account of a cauldron named Cairo Ainsicen, " which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company according to their grade and rank." Sharon Turner says "the cauldron was a part of the bardic mythology, which is not much understood...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities of Stone, Earthen, and ..., Volume 2

William Robert Wilde - Ireland - 1861
...Buihe, one of the Dalriadic or Ibcrno-Scotic kings, who held his court at Dunstaffnage, in Lome, " which was used to return its own proper share to each,...sufficient for the company, according to their grade and rank."-)- In the ancient account of the ori* Coire in the singular glosses Cullendarium. — See Stokes'...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 91

1862
...following tougb aud thorny definition : — " It was the ' caire' or caldron which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company, according to their grade and rank. It was a caldron of this description that was at Bruighin hua Derga, where Conaire the son of...
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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the ..., Volume 1

William Robert Wilde, Royal Irish Academy. Museum - Archaeology - 1863 - 642 pages
...Buihe, one of the Dulriadic or Iberno-Scotic kings, who held his court at Dunstaffnage, in Lome, " which was used to return its own proper share to each,...account of the ori* Coire in the singular glosses Cnllendarium. — See Stokes' Irish Glosses, p. 90. t See Battle of Magh Rath, 0' Donovan's translation...
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Loch Etive and the Sons of Uisnach

Robert Angus Smith - Etive, Loch (Scotland) - 1879 - 375 pages
...cauldron. It was able to return its due share to each, and no party ever" went away from it dissatisfied, for whatever quantity was put into it, " there was...sufficient for the company, according to their grade and rank;" there were other cauldrons in Ireland with this same power. The sons then sent their wives to...
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Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail: With Especial Reference to the ...

Alfred Nutt, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Folklore Society (Great Britain) - Grail - 1888 - 281 pages
...the "Caire Ainsicen" so called, because "it was the caire or cauldron which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company according to their grade or rank." The mediaeval story-teller then goes on to instance similar cauldrons to be met with in the...
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Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail: With Especial Reference to the ...

Alfred Nutt, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Folklore Society (Great Britain) - Grail - 1888 - 281 pages
...the "Caire Ainsicen" so called, because "it was the caire or cauldron which was used to return his own proper share to each, and no party ever went away...sufficient for the company according to their grade or rank." The mediaeval story-teller then goes on to instance similar cauldrons to be met with in the...
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