Antonio Mannini is rowed to the island

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Title

Antonio Mannini is rowed to the island

Subject

Lough Derg--History--Middle Ages--Antonio Mannini

Description

"The prior accompanied my as far as the water, and put me into the boat himself, first kissing me and giving me his blessing..."

Creator

Shane Leslie, 1885-1971

Source

Antonio Mannini, 1411, translated from the Italian in the Giornale Storico della Letterature Italiana, vol. viii, p. 154, by Archdeacon St. John Seymour and printed in his book on St. Patrick's Purgatory: Dundalgan Press, Dundalk, 1918, Leslie, Shane, Saint Patrick's Purgatory: A Record from History and Literature, pp. 36-37

Publisher

Burns Oats and Washbourne Ltd, London

Date

1932

Rights

Citation for the purposes of criticism

Format

Collection of sources

Language

English

Type

Monograph

Identifier

DD_0082

Coverage

54.611776, -7.878289

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Text

"The prior accompanied my as far as the water, and put me into the boat himself, first kissing me and giving me his blessing ; you must note that I was barefoot and bareheaded, and was wearing a riding tunic and a doublet over my shirt. Then the canon, who sat facing me with his back to the island, began to row with two small oars, and I sat facing him, with my face to the island of the Purgatory. The weather was still and fine, and it was calm."

Original Format

Monograph

Citation

Shane Leslie, 1885-1971, “Antonio Mannini is rowed to the island,” Digital Derg: A Deep Map, accessed February 28, 2021, https://digitalderg.eu/items/show/90.

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