- Old Irish
- Irish religious texts
- In nomine Dei summi
- Cambrai, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 679 [s. viii2]ff. 37rb–38rbThis manuscript was written for Alberic, bishop of Cambrai and Arras (763-790), in the second half of the 8th century and contains an incomplete copy of the Collectio canonum Hibernensis. The homily is found between two chapters of the Collectio concerning bribery and inappropriate gifts (§§ 21.24 and 21.25). The scribe appears to have known no Irish and as the homily is incomplete, it may have been copied from a stray leaf inserted into the exemplar (see e.g. Stancliffe).
- Old Irish
- Secondary language(s): Latin language
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page name: Cambrai homily
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