Kenney, James F.





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Kenney, James F., “Chapter VII: Religious literature and ecclesiastical culture”, in: Kenney, James F., The sources for the early history of Ireland: an introduction and guide. Volume 1: ecclesiastical, Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies 11, Revised ed. (1929), New York: Octagon, 1966. 622–744.

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“Religious literature and ecclesiastical culture”
Section
Chapter VII
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622–744
Year
1966
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A. Biblical and intellectual: I. The Bible: (a) Very early biblical texts of Irish origin or relationship; (b) Biblical texts written in Ireland in the seventh century and later
“(Introduction)”
A. Biblical and intellectual
[A I] “The Bible”
A I (a) Very early biblical texts of Irish origin or relationship
[A I (a)] “450. Fragmenta Sangallensia and Fragmenta Curiensia
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 1394  • St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 70 
627
[A I (a)] “451. Codex Bobbiensis
Manuscripts: Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, MS G VII 15 
628
[A I (a)] “452. Codex Claromontanus
Manuscripts: Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Vat. lat. 7223 
628
[A I (a)] “453. Codex Usserianus I
628
[A I (a)] “454. The Cathach of Colum-cille”
629–630
A I (b) Biblical texts written in Ireland in the seventh century and later
[A I (b)] “455. The Book of Durrow”
630–631
[A I (b)] “456. The Book of Mulling”
632–633
[A I (b)] “457. Gospel fragment attached to the Book of Mulling”
633
[A I (b)] “458. The Book of Dimma”
633
[A I (b)] “459. The Maihingen Gospels”
[then: Harburg, Öttingen-Wallersteinische Bibliothek, MS 1.2.4.2]
633–634
[A I (b)] “460. Gospels of Willibrord: Codex Epternacensis
634
[A I (b)] “461.The Würzburg St. Paul: Codex Paulinus Wirziburgensis
635–636
[A I (b)] “462. The Würzburg Gospel of St. Matthew”
636
[A I (b)] “463. The Cambridge Irish Gospels”
Manuscripts: Cambridge, University Library, MS Kk 1.24 
636
[A I (b)] “464. Cottonian fragments of Gospels”
Manuscripts: London, British Library, MS Cotton Otho C v 
637
[A I (b)] “465. Codex Palatino-Vaticanus 68”
637
[A I (b)] “466. The Stowe Gospel of St. John”
ff 1-11
637–638
[A I (b)] “467. The Domnach Airgid manuscript”
638–639
[A I (b)] “468. The Gospels of St. Chad”
639
[A I (b)] “469. The Turin fragment of Second Peter”
639
[A I (b)] “470. Codex Sangallensis LX”
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 60 
640
“(c) Biblical texts written by Irish scribes abroad”
649
[484] “Codex Ambrosianus I 61 sup
Manuscripts: Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS I 61 sup 
649
[485] “Codex Taurinensis O iv 20”
649
[486] “Codex Sangallensis LI”
649
[487] “The Trèves Gospels”
649–650
[...]
“(d) Foreign biblical texts which show prominent traces of Irish influence”
651
[490] “Gospels of Lindisfarne; St Cuthbert's Gospels; Book of Durham”
651–652
[491] “The Gospels of St Boniface”
652–653
[492] Codex Beneventanus
Manuscripts: London, British Library, MS Additional 5463 
653
[493] Codex Paulinus Wirziburgensis II”
653
[494] “The Gospels of St Gatien”
653
[495] “The Codex Bigotianus
Manuscripts: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 281  • Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 298 
653–654
[496] “The Gospels of Marmoutier”
654
[497] “The Gospels of St Martin”
Manuscripts: Tours, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 22 
654
[498] “The confraternity book of Pfäffers: Liber confraternitatum Fabariensis
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsarchiv, MS 1 
654
[499] Codex Sangermanensis
Manuscripts: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 11553 
655
[500] Codex Paulinus Augiensis
Manuscripts: Cambridge, Trinity College, MS B.17.1 
655
[501] Codex Augiensis CCXI”
Manuscripts: Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. 211 
655–656
[502] “The Book of Deer”
656
[503] “The Angers Gospels”
Manuscripts: Angers, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 20 
656
“II. Book of the monastic schools”
659
“(a) Biblical commentaries: commentaries on the Gospels”
[510] “Turin fragment of Commentary on Matthew”
660
[511] “Turin fragments of Commentary on Mark”
660–661
[512] “Commentary on Luke”
661
“(b) Commentaries on the Epistles of St Paul: The commentary of Pelagius”
661
[513] Codex Augiensis CXIX”
663
[514] Codex Sangallensis LXXIII”
663–664
“(c) Commentary on the Catholic Epistles”
See no. 105.
“(d) Commentaries on the Psalms: the commentary of Theodore of Mopsuestia”
664
[515] “Latin translation of Theodore's commentary”
665
[516] “Treatise on the Psalter, in Old Irish”
665–666
[517] “Commentary on the Psalms by Cassiodorus”
666
“(e) Commentaries on other books of the Old Testament”
667
[518] “Commentary on Job”
667
[519] “Commentary on Isaias”
667
“(f) Other patristic and related studies”
667
[520] Codex Ambrosianus O 212 sup.
Manuscripts: Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS O 212 sup 
667
[521] Codex latinus Monacensis 6298”
667
[522] Codex Ambrosianus F 60 sup.
668
[523] “The Armagh copy of Sulpicius Severus's Memoirs of St Martin”
668
[524] “The Carlsruhe Augustine”
Manuscripts: Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. 195 
669–670
[525] “The Carlsruhe Bede”
670–671
[526] “The Vienna fragment of Bede”
671
[527] “The Cologne fragments of Bede”
671
[528] “The Vatican computus”
671–672
[529] “The Nancy computus”
672
[530] “The Cambridge Juvencus”
672
[531] “The Trèves Enchiridion of St Augustine”
673
[532] “The Hohenfurt manuscripts of the Dialogues of Gregory the Great”
673–674
“(g) Latin and Greek grammatical and literary studies”
674
“533. Irish copies of Priscian”
Manuscripts: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 904  • Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS A 138 sup  • Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. 132 
674–677
“534. Irish copies of Eutyches”
Manuscripts: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 10400 Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 11411/123 
677
“535. The St. Paul Irish codex”
677–678
“537. The Munich glossary”
678
“538. Codex Bernensis 207”
679
“539. The Bodleian Chalcidius”
Manuscripts: Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Auct. F. 3. 15 
679–680
“540. The Laon fragment of a school dialogue”
680
“541. Kollectaneum Bedae”
680–681
“543. Florence copy of Boethius”
681
“544. Fragments from Fulda”
Manuscripts: Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, MS F iii 15 
681
“III. Books for the Divine Office and collections of similar liturgical texts”
706
[568] “Antiphonary of Bangor”
706–712
[569] “The Turin liturgical fragment”
712–713
[570] “The Paris fragments of an antiphonary”
713
[571] “Liturgical sections of the Basel Psalter”
713–714
[572] “The Cursus hymnorum
714–715
[573] “The Paris fragment of an Irish hymnal”
716
[574] “The Liber hymnorum - Book of hymns”
716–718
“IV. Books for private devotion”
716
[575] “The Harleian prayer-book”
716–717
[576] “The Royal Library prayer-book”
717–718
[577] “The Book of Nunnaminster”
718
[...]
“C. Homiletical, apocryphal and imaginative”
nos. 602-624
732–744
“602. Latin poems of Irish composition”
733
“603. Old Irish homily”
734
“604. Daniel úa Líathaide's advice to a woman”
734
“616. Biblical stories and legends in Leabhar Breac
739
“617. The passions and the homilies in Leabhar Breac
739
“618. The voyage of the Úi Corra (Immram curaig húa Corra)”
740
“619. The vision of Tundale”
741–742
“620. Story of Máel-Suthain úa Cerbaill”
Máel Suthain Úa CerbaillÚa Cerbaill (Máel Suthain)
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743
“621. Description of the two deaths”
743
“622. Story of two young clerical students”
743
“623. Story of four young clerical students”
743
“624. Foscél ar bannscail
744
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