Evans, J. Gwenogvryn






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Evans, J. Gwenogvryn, and John Rhys, The text of the Book of Llan Dâv, Series of Old Welsh Texts 4, Oxford: Evans, 1893.

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Work
The text of the Book of Llan Dâv
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Evans
Year
1893
“Preface”
An account of the original MS (vi); Time of composition and the probable compiler (xvii); Classification of hands; methods of editing (xxix); Appendices and some questions of orthography (xxxii); The index, acknowledgments, postscript (xxv); The Book of St Chad: extracts, etc. (xliii, incl. facsimiles)
vi–xlviii
Text
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Ælgar the Hermit”
1–5
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Life of St Samson”
6–24
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Description of Rome, Eleutherius XII”
25–26
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bishop Urban and Robert of Gloucester”
27–29
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bulls of Honorius II”
30–48
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Concerning rebuilding Llân Dav”
48
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Council of London”
49–51
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bishop Urban's journeys to Rome”
52
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bulls of Honorius II”
53
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bulls of Innocent II”
54–67
“De primo statu Landauensis ecclesie. Et uita archiepiscopi Dvbricii”
St Dubricius
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DyfrigDubricius (fl. 5th/6th century) – Dyfrig (Lat. Dubricius)
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68–86
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Concerning rebuilding Llân Dav”
87
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Council of Rheims”
87–89
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Bulls of Callixtus II”
87–96
“St Teilo”
97–129
“St Oudoceus”
130–160
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Ubelviu; Aidan; Elgistil”
160–163
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Junapeius; Comeregius; Arguistil”
163–167
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Gurvan; Guodloiu; Edilbiu”
167–169
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Grecielis”
169–174
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Berthouin”
174–197
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Trican”
198–206
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Elvogus”
206
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Catguaret”
206–212
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Cerenhir”
212–217
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Nobis”
cf. xlv-xlvi
217
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Pater”
217–222
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Gulfrit”
222–224
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Nud”
225–231
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Cimeliauc”
231–237
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Libiau”
237–240
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Gucaun”
240–246
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Marchluid”
246
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Bledri”
246–247
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Cantreds, etc. of Morcannuc”
247–249
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Joseph”
249
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Bledri”
249–252
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Joseph”
252–265
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Herewald”
265–275
[Miscellanea in later hands] “Churches in the land of Erging”
275–280
[Bishops of Llan Dâv, etc] “Herewald”
280
Appendices and notes
[Appendix I] “Miscellanea: Lists of the bishops and of the deaneries and churches of Llân Dav”
281–334
[Appendix II] “Marginalia”
335–344
“Palaeographical notes”
345–357
[Appendix III] “Variant readings from MS Vespasian A XIV”
358–362
[Appendix IV] “Translations of boundaries”
363–384 + li
Index
385–422
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen