Hughes, Kathleen





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Hughes, Kathleen, Church and society in Ireland, A. D. 400–1200, ed. David N. Dumville, Variorum Collected Studies Series 258, London: Variorum Reprints, 1987.

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Contributor(s)
Work
Church and society in Ireland, A. D. 400–1200
Place
London
Publisher
Variorum Reprints
Year
1987
Subjects and topics
Headings
the church in Ireland early medieval Ireland
Approaches
collected articles

Page numbers of the original publications have been preserved.

[I] “Introduction to A history of medieval Ireland
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Introduction’ in A history of medieval Ireland... (1968)
1–33
St Finnian of Clonard
[II] “Saint Finnian of Clonard”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Saint Finnian of Clonard’, Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research 25 (1952)
76–78
[III] “The cult of St Finnian of Clonard from the eighth to the eleventh century”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The cult of St Finnian of Clonard from the eighth to the eleventh century’, Irish Historical Studies 9 (1954–1955)
13–27
[IV] “The historical value of the Lives of St Finnian of Clonard”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The historical value of the Lives of St Finnian of Clonard’, The English Historical Review 69 (1954)
353–372
[V] “The offices of S. Finnian of Clonard and S. Cianán of Duleek”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The offices of S. Finnian of Clonard and S. Cianán of Duleek’, Analecta Bollandiana 73 (1955)
342–372
[VI] “Additional note on the office of S. Finnian of Clonard”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Additional note on the office of S. Finnian of Clonard’, Analecta Bollandiana 75 (1957)
337–339
[VII] “A manuscript of Sir James Ware: British Museum Additional 4788”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘A manuscript of Sir James Ware: British Museum Additional 4788’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 55 C (1953)
111–116
The church and the world
[VIII] “The church and the world in early Christian Ireland”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes • John Bannerman, ‘The church and the world in early Christian Ireland’, Irish Historical Studies 13 (1962–1963)
99–113
[IX] “Sanctity and secularity in the early Irish church”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Sanctity and secularity in the early Irish church’ in Sanctity and secularity... (1973)
21–37
[X] “Synodus II S. Patricii”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Synodus II S. Patricii’ in Latin script and letters A.D. 400–900... (1976)
141–147
Learning
[XI] “The distribution of Irish scriptoria and centres of learning from 730 to 1111”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The distribution of Irish scriptoria and centres of learning from 730 to 1111’ in Studies in the early British church... (1958)
243–272
[XII] “Irish monks and learning”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Irish monks and learning’ in Los monjes y los estudios... (1963)
61–86
Pilgrimage
[XIII] “On an Irish litany of pilgrim saints”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘On an Irish litany of pilgrim saints compiled c. 800’, Analecta Bollandiana 77 (1959)
305–331
[XIV] “The changing theory and practice of Irish pilgrimage”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The changing theory and practice of Irish pilgrimage’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 11 (1960)
143–151
Irish churches and other churches
[XV] “The Celtic church and the papacy”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The Celtic church and the papacy’ in The English church and the papacy in the Middle Ages... (1965)
3–28
[XVI] “Evidence for contacts between the churches of the Irish and English from the Synod of Whitby to the Viking Age”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Evidence for contacts between the churches of the Irish and English from the Synod of Whitby to the Viking Age’ in England before the Conquest... (1971)
49–67
[XVII] “Some aspects of Irish influence on early English private prayer”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘Some aspects of Irish influence on early English private prayers’, Studia Celtica 5 (1970)
48–61
[XVIII] “The Celtic Church: is this a valid concept?”
Taken from: Kathleen Hughes, ‘The Celtic Church: is this a valid concept?’, Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies 1 (1981)
1–20
Conclusion
[XIX] “The early Celtic idea of history and the modern historian”
1–24
Contributors
C. A.,Dennis Groenewegen