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Description: Focusing on all aspects and periods of Irish philology and literature, Ériu is one of the principle Irish journals devoted to Celtic Studies. Published annually, the journal contains peer-reviewed articles written by academics, mostly in English, with occasional articles in Irish.
Ériu was founded in 1904 as the journal of the School of Irish Learning, Dublin. In 1926 the School was incorporated into the Royal Irish Academy, which undertook to continue publication of the journal under the same title and in the same format. Many important scholars, such as Kuno Meyer, Osborn Bergin and John Strachan, have published papers in Ériu throughout the journal's history.
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