BRECC

AcronymDefinition
BRECCBendigo Regional Ethnic Communities Council (Australia)
BRECCBaltimore Rehabilitation and Extended Care Center (US VA)
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King Domnall Brecc, Oswald's Scottish overlord, was happy for him to return home and try to win back his father's crown, (the gloriously Game of Thrones Aethefrith who'd largely forged the Northumbrian state, a process punctuated by regular bloodbaths).
A twelfth-century text, The Vision of Mac Conglinne exists in two versions, a longer one (in the fifteenth-century Leabhar Brecc of the Royal Irish Academy), edited by Jackson and translated by Preston-Matto from Jackson's edition, and a shorter version from roughly the same period (found in Trinity College H.3.18 in a copy from the sixteenth or seventeenth century).
The literary parody of Aislinge Meic Conglinne in the Leabhar Brecc version may represent one such voice dissenting from the main literary fashions of the time.