By Rudolf Thurneysen
Even though the e-book was once basically meant for philologists--its goal being, within the author's phrases, 'to make previous Irish available to these acquainted with the comparative grammar of the Indo-European languages'--it has been for greater than a new release the traditional paintings for all who've made previous Irish their distinctive learn.
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A Grammar of Old Irish by Rudolf Thurneysen