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*Meyer, Kuno (ed. and tr.). ''Tecosca Cormaic. The Instructions of King Cormaic Mac Airt''. [[Royal Irish Academy|RIA]]. Todd Lecture Series 15. Dublin: 1909.
 
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==External links==
* Maxim Fomin, "''Tecosca Cormaic'': the compilation of a wisdom-text." [http://www.celt.dias.ie/publications/tionol/maximfomin03.pdf Abstract from Tionól available as PDF]
*[http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/celtic/ctexts/cormac3.html Selection from translation by Kuno Meyer]
*Maxim Fomin, "''Tecosca Cormaic'': the compilation of a wisdom-text." [http://www.celt.dias.ie/publications/tionol/maximfomin03.pdf Abstract from Tionól available as PDF]
*[http://volny.cz/enelen/sc-index.htm Scéla]
 
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[[Category:Early Irish literature]]
{{lit-stub'''''Tecosca Cormaic'' "The Instructions of [[Cormac mac Airt|Cormac]]"''' is a ninth-century [[Old Irish]] [[gnome (rhetoric)|gnomic]] text which is cast as a dialogue between the legendary High-King of Ireland, [[Cormac mac Airt]], and his son [[Coirpre Lifechair]].
 
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