Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318/15

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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318

section 15, cols. 500-572
YBL section
  • 1408
  • Irish manuscripts
  • vellum
Learned and gnomic Irish texts
Identifiers
Part of
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 (H 2. 16, 1318) = Yellow Book of Lecan (Leabhar Buidhe Lecain) [s. xiv – s. xv]
Title
YBL section
Provenance and related aspects
Date
1408
1408, as suggested by the note in col. 511
Hands, scribes
David [scribe in TCD MS 1318/15]David ... scribe in TCD MS 1318/15
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Aodh [scribe in TCD MS 1318/15]Aodh ... scribe in TCD MS 1318/15
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“apparently the work of two (or more) scribes, whose work is not easy to distinguish” (Abbott and Gwynn).
n. 1 T. K. Abbott • E. J. Gwynn, Catalogue of Irish MSS in TCD (1921): 346–347.
The names of two scribes, David and Aodh, appear in marginal notes.
Codicological information
Material
vellum
Foliation / Pagination
18 1/2 ff.
Scribal notes in Irish are found at the bottom of several pages. These notes and other additions are here marked with an x in the right margin.

p. 217 = col. 500line 1–col. 504line 22
[In lebor ollaman] » A commentary on the Auraicept below. It appears to be a complete copy.
col. 504–col. 549
[Auraicept na n-éces] » including the treatise on Ogam, etc.
col. 511
» Scribal note in the lower margin: Sin duit a Firfesa o Dúid ⁊ ata Maghnus aga radh nach duit acht do tethra letha Mogha tre digrais dile ⁊ tsuirghe buaid fein. 1408 (Abbott and Gwynn).
scribal addition
x
col. 524
» Scribal note in the top margin, announcing that the scribe Aodh takes over from David: ISim tuirreach tar eis in baill sin do gribfne duit a Firfesa, misi Aodh o Duibh Dabuiran (Abbott and Gwynn).
scribal addition
x
col. 534
» Scribal note in the lower margin: [Sin] a Firfesa gin gurub inmuite . misi erlamh Cille Muine . ailim troccaire duinn uile ⁊ gu gcoirg ... do Maolmuire (Abbott and Gwynn).
scribal addition
x
col. 542–col. 543
» Long scribal note in the lower margin of the page.
scribal addition
x
p. 241b–p. 251b = col. 549–col. 569
[Immacallam in dá thúarad] » ‘The colloquy of the two sages’
p. 252 = col. 570–col. 572
[Apgitir chrábaid] » Catechism, beginning with the maxims of St. Fursa; cf: col. 228.
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(MS)
p. 252; col. 570–col. 572
Catechism, beginning with the maxims of St. Fursa; cf: col. 228.
(Text)
pp. 252–253 (facsimile)   cols 570–572
(MS)
col. 504–col. 549
including the treatise on Ogam, etc.
(Text)
cols 504–549
does not contain the poem on the Trefhocul
(MS)
p. 241b–p. 251b; col. 549–col. 569
‘The colloquy of the two sages’
(Text)
pp. 241b–251b   cols 549–569
(MS)
p. 217; col. 500l. 1–col. 504l. 22
A commentary on the Auraicept below. It appears to be a complete copy.
(Text)
pp. 217a (line 1)–219a (line 22) in facsimile   cols 500.1–504.22
Complete
(Text)
context: Auraicept na n-éces   St. 9-10 (ut est Cormac)
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Notes

T. K. Abbott • E. J. Gwynn, Catalogue of Irish MSS in TCD (1921): 346–347.
See also the parent manuscript for further references.

Primary sources
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