O'Loughlin, Thomas





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O'Loughlin, Thomas, Adomnán and the Holy Places: the perceptions of an Insular monk on the locations of the biblical drama, London, New York: Clark, 2007. xx + 348 pp.

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Adomnán and the Holy Places: the perceptions of an Insular monk on the locations of the biblical drama
Place
London • New York
Publisher
Clark
Year
2007
Number of pages
xx + 348
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History, society and culture
Agents
AdomnánAdomnán
(fl. c.628–704)
Adomnán mac Rónáin was abbot of Iona (r. 679–704) and author of the Latin Life of St Columba and an account of the holy places of the Near East (De locis sanctis). He is credited with the proclamation of the Lex innocentium or Cáin Adomnáin at the Synod of Birr.
See more
[1] “Adomnán: a man and his work”
[2] “A manual of sacred topography”
[3] “The occasion of De locis sanctis
[4] “The Scriptures on Iona”
[5] “The exegete at work”
[6] “Adomnán as a theologian”
[7] “Adomnán’s world”
[Appendix 1] “The edition of Adomnán's DLS”
[Appendix 2] “The De situ Hierusolimae and Eucherius”
[Appendix 3] “Latin lists of the canonical books compared”
[Appendix 4] “The apocrypha on Iona”
[Appendix 5] “The parallels in the Four Gospels underlying DLS 1,25 as presented using the Eusebian apparatus”
[Appendix 6] “Books available to Adomnán on Iona”
[Appendix 7] “An emendation of the text of Gregory the Great, Dialogi IV, 31, 3”
[Appendix 8] “Manuscripts of Adomnán's De locis sanctis
[Appendix 9] “References to Arculf”
“[Bibliography and indices]”
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen