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Kian[3]orKyan[4],Can[5](Irish: Cian mac Dían Cecht[6] IPA Pronunciation: / kʲiːən / ..UK:Cyan) IsIrish mythology(Mythological cycle) Characters.Tuatha de DananIn the deity (Dana deity),RouxFather of.

He tried to escape as a puppy (pig), but was killed by three brothers of Tuireann, who are also feuding in the same Tuatha de Danan tribe.Kian's bereaved child, Lou, is Kian's death compensation (Eric) Asking the perpetrators for many magical items[Note 1].

According to folk tales, Kian is a fertile cow.Glas GaibhnenFighting or being killed by a villager named Valor over the sea, or with the help of the sea god Manannán, the cow is also regained and survived.In either case, Can has a child through Valor's daughter, whose bereaved child (considered Lou) later kills Valor.

Meaning of name

Kian means "sustainable person", and the common noun is defined as an adjective that means "long, lasting, distant", etc.[7][8].

According to the Book of Coming, Kian is a "ghost of a mute / hero" (Scal Balb)nicknameBut it was called.This is a nickname given to multiple people[Note 2][9][10][11].

The name Esriu (Ethniu, Esniu) is usually taken as the name of Kian's wife (Lou's mother).[12] ,EslenThere is an interpolation in "The Book of the Arrival" stating that (Ethlend, Ethlenn) is another name for Kian.[13], Lou has his fatherEsriu, son of TigernwasThe story "(English edition 』Also exists[Note 3][15][14].

Family tree

KianDana godBut of the Forore tribeValorDaughter Esliu as wife and son in the meantimeLou (God)I got[16]..And Kian has his sonFir BolgOf the tribe(English editionAdopted by the queen[9].

According to the ancient document "Book of the Arrival", KianDian CechtThree sons (Cú, Cethen, Cian), Or one of the fourth son and second daughter[17]According to the early modern story "", Kian is Can Mac Kancha.[5](Modern pronunciation.Irish: Cainte)[18][Note 4].

Overview

Kian tried to escape the difficulty by transforming into a pig (dog) in an attempt to avoid a confrontation with the children of Tuireann (sons of Turil Victoreo), who are the same Tuatha de Danan deity but who are the opponents of the grudge. , Was found out and killed.Kian's son Lou reimburses a number of treasures from the murderer (Elec).The story of Kian's encounter with Valor's daughter and the birth of a child (considered Lou) between them is told by oral literature (folk tales) and is used in materials such as retelling versions of Irish mythology. Treasure cowGlas GaibhnenRelated toValor's daughter and Kian's folk taleSee).

Traditional literature

"The End of the Children of Turen"

According to the story "", which is only found in modern manuscripts (after the 17th century)[19], Title Three brothers (Bryan, Johar, Joharva) who are the main characters, and Kian and three brothers (Kian, Kuu, Kathan)[3]There was a clan dispute with).Kian was unlucky enough to meet Brian and his brothers, but at times the fire in () had just been cut and he was not in a situation where he was writhing inside.Kian transformed into a pig and tried to avoid difficulties.However, Brian spotted this disguise, turned his brothers into dogs with a magic wand to chase them, and threw a spear to injure Kian in the form of a pig.A pig claiming to be Kian is allowed to return to human form before being killed, at the very request.However, as soon as Kian returned to humans, he uttered the following line. "I've deceived you, you guys. If I killed the eagle in the form of a pig, I should have paid the compensation for the pig. No big compensation will be paid. The weapon that killed me will appeal to my son (Lou) who the criminal is. "So Brian and his colleagues struck stones around them to hide the evidence.He buried Kian, who became a lump of meat, but the earth refused to accept the killing and spit it out to the ground six times.In the end, Lou finds out where his father was buried and discovers the truth.[20][21][22].

As compensation, Lou is the two horses of the Sicilian king, the spear of the Persian king Pisar, the seven pigs of Easal, and the puppy.FailinisRequested etc.[23][24].

In this story, the family tree is different from the old books.In the story, Dian Cecht and Miach father and son (See family tree) Will appear[25], The former is not Kian's father, instead Kancha is Kian's father[18].

"Book of the Arrival of Ireland"

In the paragraph on Kian's murder and reparations (¶319) in the Book of the Arrivals, it says: "The adventures of Turil Victoreo and his sons Brian, Johar, and Joharva. Delbáeth McOgma called Twirel Picleo, whose sons killed Lou's father [at] Eslen [husband] Kian. Kian turned into a small dog (small dog),Blue (Na Bonha)It was when I went to "[26][Note 5].

According to this old book, Kian is a knee-sized pet dog (Lap dog), Not a pig.It is believed that the two words were similar in Irish and were mistaken.[28][29][30].

Also, the breakdown of the compensation requested by LouAssal's spear(Irish: Gāe i Assail ) Etc. are slightly different[31].

Marriage marriage

Told details about Kian's marriageGlas Gaibhnen(Glass Gavlen)'s narrative has no literature and is only a record of oral literature in English collected in the 19th century, but it is also treated in academia as a remnant of medieval folklore.[32][34].

Kian's name in folk tales

The main character's name is correctly in IrishCan Mac Cancha[5](Cian mac Cáinte)[Note 6][32].

However, in folk tales published in English, it is said that Kian mac Kontje and others are transcribed (Kian mac Kontje).(English editionStorybook version)[35].

OrMac Kinney LeeOrMcKinney Lee[Note 7]There is also an example where the name has changed to ((English editionEdition, summarized below[Note 8][38]).This Irish name is explained to mean'son of the wolf'[39].

In addition,Finn McKinney Lee There is also an analogy named, which can be confirmed in the English version and the Irish version, which are almost similar in content.[Note 9]..Here, the brothers' names are Gyora Dov (black youth) and Don.[Note 10][40][41][Note 11].

Summary of Marriage Tan

The following is a summary of folktales collected by Odnovan from the inhabitants of Tory Island in the middle of the 19th century.[38],Lady GregorySince it is also a re-story of, I will also note the difference.

The land of fire hills (nowCounty DonegalDrum Natini[43])[Note 12], Blacksmith Gavida, Mac Savin, and Mac Kinney Lee lived, and General Valor lived across the sea.[Note 13].

(McKinny Lee is the person who corresponds to Kian and has been replaced by Kian in the re-story.[44][Note 14]. )
This Mac Kinney Lee eventually signed a deal with Valor's daughter to have a child.Valor, however, is under his controlDruidI heard that he was destined to be killed by his grandson.Therefore, Valor has a daughter, Efne).[Note 15], Confined to a tower towering over the rock pillars of the heavens called "Tall Mall"[Note 16].

In this example, Mac Kinney Lee is a mysterious cowGlas GaibhnenWas the owner of[Note 17][Note 18]..However, one day, the brother who was the cowkeeper was deceived by Valor and the cow was stolen.McKinley consults with the Druid, but is told that it is impossible to recapture the cow while the evil-eye Valor is alive.Then Kian is a female guardian spirit (Leanan Sea) Is "(English editionWith the help of[Note 19]..In addition, Mrs. Gregory and Rollston have rewritten as female druids. ), She sneaks into Valor's daughter's tower, and she who has never seen a man falls in love and becomes pregnant with her child.In addition, since only women were the caretakers of the tower, this fairy (Banshee) Is dressed as a woman by Mac Kinley and then carried to the island.

Eventually, when triplets were born, Valor tried to drown them, but one of the infants survived, although the name is not revealed in this example.Long-armed lueHit[Note 20][Note 21].

Valor's Kian killing

According to Odnovan's gathering story, Kian, also known as Mac Kinney Lee, is eventually killed by Valor.When Valor decapitated, the blood splattered on the white rocks.The marble block with red veins transmitted to the rock was erected locally on a stone pillar and restored to the "Clogh-an-Neely" ("Clogh-an-Neely";Irish: cloch Chinnfhaolaidh) Was enshrined[38].

Comparison with Welsh literature

According to some scholars, of Welsh mythologyGwydionIs equivalent to Kian.

(English editionAbout the birth ofMabinogionFourth branch of "(English edition』It is described in.In this, it is not specified who Sue's father is, but there is an argument that Gwydion made incest with his sister and led to Sue.[51]Therefore, Sew's Gwydion and Lou's father, Kian, are in a symmetric relationship.

However, rather than a direct comparison between myths, as a comparison between Gwydion in Welsh mythology and Kian, the folk tale Mackiny Lee.(English editionThe theory is developing[52].

One common motif is a motif in which a born child is abandoned by its relatives (but the child survives).[53]..It has also been pointed out that this is a "prophecy of the king and his death" motif that is widely distributed worldwide.Certainly, the development of the royal family being killed by children and grandchildren as predicted is also in the folk tales of Kian and Valor, in ancient Greek.Perseus,OedipusSimilarities found in the legend of[54][55].

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  1. ^ classic"(English editionAnd modern narratives "")
  2. ^ Macalister doesn't use a translation, but mentions the name on p. 101, and sees scál as an "apparition." The meaning of "dumb champion" is by WC Borlase.According to Bolus's explanation, a person who speaks a multilingual language that does not make sense is described as a "mute", and the name "Scal Balb" isFororeIs attached to the king.
  3. ^ Strictly speaking, Lou called himself "Lug mac Ethlend maic Tigernmais"patronymicGive your name in the form.But this makes Lugh's grandfather the High King of Ireland(English editionMcAllister is cursing that the mixture of legends is a tremendous work.[14].
  4. ^ According to O'Cary, the identity of this cancha is unknown.
  5. ^ This paragraph¶319 is included only in the Miniuguid manuscript, which is a variant of R1.[27].
  6. ^ Cian mac CáinteIt is speculated that an Irish literary work entitled, once existed, may have been the story of Kian's cow-pulling of Grass Gavlen ().Bruford 1966, p. 162).
  7. ^ Irish: Mac Cinnfhaelaidh; Irish English: Mac Kineely, MacKineely,[36] MacKenealy[37]
  8. ^ (English editionCollected in 1835 from resident Shane O'Dugan.
  9. ^ Fin MacKinealy; Irish: Fionn mac Cionnfhaolaidh.
  10. ^ Gial Duv; Irish: Giolla Dubh.. Donn.
  11. ^ Arthur C. C. L. Brown points out that there are three similar stories in Curtin's book, and claims to have obtained information on the Irish version of Lloyd Laoide.[42].
  12. ^ In the original text, Druim na Teine,Tateno 2011The yearly translation is "Fire Ridge".
  13. ^ Although not explicitly stated in the story, ValorFororeIn the shogunDana godOdnovan explained that the fight against was widely remembered in Ireland at the time.Also, the narrator's depiction of Valor is quite rich, with one eye in the middle of the forehead and the evil eye in the back of the head, from there.BasiliskIt is said that "rays (beams) and toxic pigments" are emitted and petrify the other party.Mrs. Gregory omits such a part.
  14. ^ In addition, the names of the brothers are also broken into "Savin" etc.Lady GregoryHas changed its name to others.
  15. ^ Ethnea The modern pronunciation is around "Efunya" (?).
  16. ^ Lady Gregory replaces this with a "glass tower"[44]..On Tory Island, the Foulet tribe(English editionThere is a tower ofNenniusCalls it a glass tower in what appears to be a description of the tower.[45].
  17. ^ For example, in Raminy's collection story, the owner of the cow is a blacksmith.However, since it is not Kyoto University there, Kian, who escapes the cow, will be punished by death for three days, but will not be exempted.[35].
  18. ^ The original story is "Glas Gavlen", but Odnovan notes that the correct notation for this Glas Gaibhnen is Glas Gaibhnen.
  19. ^ In the original story, Biroge and RollstonBirógTo make[36]
  20. ^ Although unknown in this work, it is called Dul Dauna in Raminy's story, and as it is, it is a "blind and arrogant person" (dall) or a "dark and arrogant person" ([46][47][48]..There is also an analogy in which the baby is called by a name similar to the long-armed Lugh, such as Lui Lavada.[40][49].
  21. ^ (English editionAccording to the temporary construction of, the baby was not given a name.Because the original narrative is the Welsh narrative "(English editionIt is the same source asArianrhodPerhaps Valor to his grandson, just as he gave three contraindications and did not name him.GeasIt is assumed that there was a development that gave and did not give a name (Gruffydd (1928), pp. 102–106[50]).

Source

  1. ^ The fact that Miach is the son of Dian Cecht is treated negatively by the revised book of the Book of the Arrivals.[1]
  2. ^ According to paragraph ¶319 of the Book of the Arrival, "Kian is the maternal uncle of Turil Victoreo, but the relationship is not always orderly due to the slack in the other paragraphs. ..However, it is certain that he is a relative.Turil's fatherOgmaThis is Dian Cecht's second cousin (Hatoko).
  3. ^ a b Brekirian 2011Year, 50 pages of kana notation
  4. ^ Imura 1983Notation of the year "Celtic mythology"
  5. ^ a b c Japanese translation of the titles of the following Irish songs:Efa ni Ari (Singer) (1997). Úrchnoc Chéin Mhic Cáinte [Can Mac Kancha Hill] (CD). Efa (Irish). Victor Entertainment. Unknown argument|label=Is specified as a blank. (Description)
  6. ^ "(English edition],Macalister 1941, R2 (2nd draft) ¶ 330
  7. ^ Ellis, Peter Beresford (2011). “2 The Sons of Tuirenn”. The Mammoth Book of Celtic Myths and Legends. Little, Brown Book Group. Pp .. ISBN 9781780333632. https://books.google.com/books?id=YcrABAAAQBAJ&pg=PT39 
  8. ^ eDIL sv "cían":" long, enduring, far, distant "" long, enduring, far, distant ".
  9. ^ a b "Book of Arrival",Macalister 1941, p. 101, ¶ 311 p. 116–, ¶ 330 p. 148–, ¶ 368 p.186–
  10. ^ Borlase 1897, pp. 1077–1078.
  11. ^ eDIL sv "scál (1)":" supernatural or superhuman being, phantom, giant, hero. Later also man, human being ".
  12. ^ "Book of Arrival",Macalister 1941 p. 101; ¶319 pp. 135–137; ¶368 pp. 186–187
  13. ^ "Book of Arrival",Macalister 1941, p. 101; ¶ 319 pp. 135–137; ¶ 368 pp. 186–187.For posterity(English edition(Introduction, p. 101 "interpolation").
  14. ^ a b Macalister 1941, p. 101.
  15. ^ Meyer, Kuno (1901) Baile in Scáil @ CELT corpus
  16. ^ "Cath Maige Tuir』.Stokes 1891, p. 59; Gray 1982 § 8 p. 25.
  17. ^ "The Book of Arrival,Macalister 1941, 1st draft (R314) ¶2, R314 ¶3, R368 ¶XNUMX.First, I describe that I have three sons, and then I also describe the fourth son, so there is evidence of addition.
  18. ^ a b O'Curry 1863, pp. 168–171, notes 161, 162, 165.
  19. ^ Example) Royal Irish Academy RIA 23 M 25 (1684).Bruford (1966), p. 264
  20. ^ "The End of the Children of Turen", O'Curry 1863
  21. ^ Imura 1983Year "Celtic mythology"
  22. ^ Brekirian 2011Year, pp. 35–52
  23. ^ "The End of the Children of Turen", O'Curry 1863 pp. 190–191.
  24. ^ Brekirian 2011Year, pp. 40–41
  25. ^ "The End of the Children of Turen", O'Curry 1863 pp. 158–161, 222–223 (in the poem).
  26. ^ "Book of Arrival",Macalister 1941¶ 319 pp. 134–135: "The adventures of Tuirill Biccreo and of his sons, Brian, Iuchar, and Iucharba .. Delbaeth s. Ogma had the name of Tuirill Piccreo, and it is his sons who slew Ehtlend father of Lug, whose name was Cian, when he went in the form of a lapdog to the Brug. "
  27. ^ Macalister 1941 p. 135. Footnote (c)
  28. ^ LGE, Macalister 1941, p.135 (e) "Oirc, not (here at least)'a pig' (orc.)"
  29. ^ Thurneysen 1896, p. 243: "" Er hat orce “Schosshund” als orc missverstanden ".
  30. ^ eDIL sv "oirce":" A pet dog, a lap-dog "
  31. ^ "Book of Arrival",Macalister 1941¶ 319
  32. ^ a b Bruford 1966, p. 162.
  33. ^ Brown, Arthur CL (August 1924), “The Grail and the English Sir Perceval. V”, Modern philology 22 (1): 87–88, JSTOR 433319 
  34. ^ Arthur C. L. Brown also treats the "recently collected folk-tale versions" of this cow story as a source of old tradition. In "The End of the Children of Turen," Barol's wife muttered that if Lou had risen, our Irish rule would be over, "confirmed" in these folktales, "another point." Also provided "(Barol can only be defeated with a special weapon)[33].
  35. ^ a b Larminie, William (1893). “The Gloss Gavlen”. West Irish Folk-tales and Romances. 1. London: Elliot Stock. Pp. 1–9. オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of 2007-05-09.. http://www.archive.org/details/westirishfolktal00larmuoft } (oral tale told by John McGinty,)
  36. ^ a b Rolleston, TW, Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race, 1911, pp. 109–112.
  37. ^ "Glas Ghaibhleann", Mackillop (1998) ed., Oxford Dictionary of Celtic Mythology.
  38. ^ a b c O'Donovan, John (1856) Anná la Ríoghachta Éireann: Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, 1, Dublin: Hodges, Smith, and Co., pp. 18–21, https://books.google.com/books?id=8LHSAAAAMAAJ  footnote S
  39. ^ Rhys 1886, pp. 305–314; 314–321.Irish: cenn 'Head' +fáel The genitive of'wolf'.
  40. ^ a b Curtin (1911), pp. 283–295 "Barol on Tory Island"
  41. ^ Laoide, Seosamh (1913) [1909]. “XIII Balor agus Mac Cionnfhaolaidh”. Cruach Chonaill. Dublin: Chonnradh na Gaedhilge. Pp. 63–65. https://archive.org/stream/cruachchonaillti00lloyuoft#page/62/mode/2up . 1909 edition; e-text via Historical Irish Corpus (RIA)
  42. ^ Brown (1924), p. 87 and note 4.
  43. ^ Laoide 1913, p. 177.
  44. ^ a b Gregory 1905, pp. 17–21.
  45. ^ Arbois de Jubainville 1903, pp. 64–67.
  46. ^ Larminie 1893, p. 251.
  47. ^ Westropp, Thomas Johnson (1921) “The ′ Mound of the Fiana’ at Cromwell Hill, Co. Limerick, and a Note on Temair Luachra ”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy: Archeology, Culture, History, Literature 36: 75, JSTOR 25504223, https://books.google.com/books?id=OdIXAQAAIAAJ&q=%22Duldauna%22 
  48. ^ Squire 1905, p. 237.
  49. ^ Curtin (1911), pp. 296–311 “Evil Eye Barol and Grandson Louis Lavada”
  50. ^ a b Loomis, Roger Sherman (January 1929), “(Review) Math Vab Mathonwy, An Inquiry into the Origins and Development of the Fourth Branch of the Mabingogi, with the Text and a Translation by WJ Gruffydd”, Speculum 4 (1): 139–144, JSTOR 2847153 
  51. ^ "Gwydion", Mackillop (1998) ed., Oxford Dictionary of Celtic Mythology.
  52. ^ Rhys 1886, pp. 314–321.
  53. ^ Rhys 1886, pp. 314–321.Reese does not say that this should be compared directly with the Mabinogi Four Branches of the Mabinogi Mars (pp. 307–308) and the Irish folklore of cattle (p. 317).It is an intermediate comparison material such as Calbre Moosque (pp. 308–309)(English editionThis is because the legends related to (p. 310) are compared as similar stories.There is a clear comparison between Kian's son Lou, also known as Mac Kinney Lee, and Calbre Kinhat's son Moran (p. 317).
  54. ^ Gruffydd (1928), pp. 8, 366, apud Loomis (1929), p. 140[50]
  55. ^ O'Laverty, James (1859), “Remarkable Correspondence of Irish, Greek, and Oriental Legends”, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, First Series 7: 342–343, JSTOR 20563514, https://books.google.com/books?id=0Fo_AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA342 

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