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  • Dictionary of the Irish Language, Compact Edition, Royal Irish Academy, 1990
  • R.I. Best, "The Battle of Airtech", Ériu 8, 1916, pp. 170-190
  • N. Kershaw Chadwick (ed. & trans.), "The Story of Mac Dathó's Pig", An Early Irish Reader, Cambridge University Press, 1927
  • Tom Peete Cross & Clark Harris Slover (eds.), Ancient Irish Tales, Henry Holt & Company, 1936
  • A. H. Leahy (ed. & trans), "The Cattle Raid of Fraech", Heroic Romances of Ireland vol. II, David Nutt, 1906.
  • James MacKillop, Dictionary of Celtic Mythology, Oxford University Press, 1998
  • Kuno Meyer (ed. & trans.), "The Cherishing of Conall Cernach and the Deaths of Ailill and of Conall Cernach", Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 1, 1897, pp. 102-111
  • Kuno Meyer (ed. & trans.), The Death-Tales of the Ulster Heroes, Todd Lecture Series, 1906
  • T. F. O'Rahilly, Early Irish History and Mythology, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1946, p. 350
  • Whitley Stokes, "The Siege of Howth", Revue Celtique 8, 1871, pp. 47-63
  • Whitley Stokes (ed. & trans.), "Cóir Anmann", Irische Texte series 3 vol. 2, 1897