An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Leabhar Bhaile an Mhóta"

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==Déanta agus stair==
Díolaimíodh<ref>''[http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000132145 History of Ballymote and the Parish of Emlaghfad]'' le James McDonagh i Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann</ref> an leabhar ag deireadh na 14ú haoise, ag caisleán Bhaile am Mhóta ar son Tonnaltaigh Mhic Dhonnchadha. Ba é an príomhthiomsaitheoir é Manas Ó Dubhgeannáin, sliocht de chlann a bhí ina n[[Ollamh|Ollaimh]] agus scríobhaithe i ngiollacht Mhic Dhonnchadha agus cháin Mhic Dhiarmada. Ba scríobhaithe eile an leabhair iad Solomon Ó Droma, sliocht de chlann mór le rá as Contae Fhear Manach, agus Riobáird Mac Síoda. Is bailiúchán de shaothair níos sine é an leabhar, den chuid is mó lámhscríbhinní scaoilte agus doiciméid thairbheacha, a fágadh ar oidhreacht ag Mac Dhonnchadha.
 
''The first page of the work contains a drawing of Noah's Ark as conceived by the scribe. The first written page is missing and the second opens with a description of the ages of the world; Patrick and his household; Cormac's instructions to a king; and a physical and geological survey of Ireland. Part of the work is devoted to the [[An Fhiannaíocht]] and [[Brian Bóramha]], and the [[Leabhar na gCeart]]. It also contains treatises on metre and the profession of a poet, and on the [[Ogham]] writing and language. The book ends with several translations from the Greek: the destruction of Troy and the wanderings of Ulysses, followed by a resume of Virgil's 'Aeneid', beginning with Nestor's speech to the Greeks.
Patrick and his household; Cormac's instructions to a king; and a physical and geological survey of Ireland. Part of the work is devoted to the sagas of [[Fenian Cycle|Finn]] and [[Brian Boru]], and the [[Lebor na Cert]] (Book of Rights). It also contains treatises on metre and the profession of a poet, and on the [[Ogham]] writing and language. The book ends with several translations from the Greek: the destruction of Troy and the wanderings of Ulysses, followed by a resume of Virgil's 'Aeneid', beginning with Nestor's speech to the Greeks.
 
''The Book of Ballymote, like many of its kind, has made history by its wanderings. For over a hundred years it was a treasured possession of the McDonaghs of Corran. About the beginning of the 16th century, it fell into the possession of the O'Donnells with whom it remained until the [[Flight of the Earls]] in 1603. From 1620 until 1767 it was in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. It disappeared from the library and was later found in Burgundy, France. In 1785 it was returned to the [[RoyalAcadamh IrishRíoga Academyna hÉireann]] where it remained as one of the Academy's most treasured possessions. The work was photographed by the Academy in 1887 and two hundred copies of it were made. One copy is in the diocesan archives and others in libraries.{{citation needed|date=April 2017}}
 
==Achoimre==