REFERENCE - Dictionary of the Irish language: http://www.dil.ie/
LIST BELOW was received in 2007 ( not rechecked as yet to ensure all the links are ‘live’ or information is currently accurate) from MARY CONDREN, author of The Serpent and the Goddess, of http://instituteforfeminismandreligion.org/
IFR COMPILED (with help from various Old Irish and Celtic lists), and commented on, the following set of links to help those wishing to search Irish mythology, manuscripts, and language. All the sites mentioned here are reputable academic sources. The last one describes herself as "amateur" but contains some good material.
WORLD MYTHOLOGY -extensive links compiled and maintained by Kathleen Jenks Ph.D. formerly of Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara . http://www.mythinglinks.org/home.html
IRISH and CELTIC -
Celtic Mythology Charles Wright maintains an excellent site for those wishing to start researching Celtic texts http://netfiles.uiuc.edu/cdwright/www/index.html
See also: http://ling.ucsd.edu/~engel/celtic/celtic.html and http://volny.cz/enelen/
Cycle of the Kings and other sagas, see: http://www.hastings.edu/academic/english/Kings/Sagas.htm
Stories of how places got their names: Metrical Dindshenchas, volumes 1, 2 & 3 :http://www.ucc.ie/celt/news.html.
Bibliography of Irish linguistics and literature 1942-1971, compiled by Rolf Baumgarten DIAS- site: http://bill.celt.dias.ie/vol3/
Irish History, Literature and Politics http://celt.ucc.ie/index.html
Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA) http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/celtic/csanabib.html
The Irish Quaternary Studies Online Project http://www.maqqi.supanet.com/
Irish dictionary for searching http://www.ceantar.org/Dicts/search.html
Dictionary of the Irish language: http://www.dil.ie/
"Sengoídelc: Quotations from Early Irish Literature"
A new site, now available at: http://www.sengoidelc.com/
List of email discussion groups on Irish and Celtic issues: https://listserv.heanet.ie
Some stories not found on sites above can be found through Mary Jones
who describes herself as a writer, musician and amateur Celticist. http://www.maryjones.us/ctexts/irish.html