Old Irish glosses on the New Testament (the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles in particular) in the Book of Armagh. Those on the Gospels include some glosses on Matthew (f. 38rb), Mark (f. 64va) and Luke (ff. 77ra; 78rb; 81ra) and there is a bilingual (Latin and Irish) note on an Argumentum ascribed to Pelagius (f. 107v). The majority of the glosses are to be found later on, in the pages containing Revelations (ff. 170va, 171rb) and the Acts (175vb, 176rb, etc., up until f. 189vb).
A single Early Irish scholium to Matthew 27:26-31 (beg. Iesum autem flagellatum) in the Mac Durnan Gospels (London, Lambeth Palace Library, MS 1370). It is transcribed in TP as ‘mór assársa forcoimdid nime ⁊ talman’.