THE DEATH OF FINN MAC CUMAILL.

@inproceedings{Meyer2009THEDO,
  title={THE DEATH OF FINN MAC CUMAILL.},
  author={Kuno Meyer},
  year={2009}
}
The usual account of the death of Finn is that he was slain in battle against the Luagni Temrach at Äth Brea on the Boyne by Aiclech mac Dubdrenn, who cut off his head. Tliis is the account given by the tenth Century poet Cinaed hua Hartacain in the poem beginning Fianna latar i n-Emain,) by Tigernach) and the Four Masters,) and, with greater detail, in the tale entitled Aided Finn or 'The Violent Death of Finn'.) In this tale it is stated with some emphasis that the account there given is the…