Provenance and related aspects
f. 123r–f. 126r
[Lorgaireacht an tSoidigh Naomhtha
] » Early Modern Irish version of the “The Quest for the Holy Grail”. It is the first fragment in the manuscript, but several leaves are now out of order. The text continues from f. 139 below. The correct order of the remaining leaves are: ff. 125, 123, 127-132, 124, 126.
» Single quatrains from four poems: (1) poem ascribed to St. Columba, beginning Aibhinn bith ar B[i]nn Etair; ...
» MS heading: ‘Oghum consónant sísaná’ » Prose note.
f. 126rbline 17
» Scribal note, apparently of the 16th century. Ó Cuív gives the text, except for the first three lines, which have been erased.
f. 140raline 1–f. 140raline 21
» Incipit: ‘Feart aenach Tailten la Diarmuid...’ » Story about Diarmait mac Cerbaill and St. Ciarán at the assembly of Tailtiu
f. 140raline 22–f. 140valine 12
» Story of Columba
» Story of King Gúaire
» Story of the ghost of Mac Craith mac mic in-Lomanaigh
» Story about daughter of the son of Tadg úa Cellaigh Maine
» Two legends about St. Moling of Luachair
» Story of St. Comgall of Bangor
» Story of Brenainn moccu Alta
» Story of Baithín and St. Columba.
» Story of Mochuta
» Irish legend of Job
» Scribal note dedicated to John Punket and the daughter of the Baron of Galtrim.
» Note on tidings, arguments and history: Foilsigter na focail ar tri coraib .i. scél ocus arrumainte ocus (s)tair
» Note on a land east of Asia
» Religious note on repentance
» The triad Tri h-inganta Temrach (“The three wonders of Tara”)
» Irish legend of Gregory and the widow who laughed at mass
» Conclusion to the legend of Solomon
» Note on pilgrimage of four Irish clerics to Rome
f. 144valine 36–f. 144vbline 22
f. 144vbline 33–f. 144vbline 47
[Esnada tige Buchet
] » Beginning of Esnada tige Buchet
(“The songs of Buchet's house”). Cf: f. 122ra.
The list below has been collated from the table of contents (if available on this page)Progress in this area is being made piecemeal. Full and partial tables of contents are available for a small number of manuscripts. and incoming annotations concerning individual texts (again, if available).Whenever catalogue entries about texts are annotated with information about particular manuscript witnesses, these manuscripts can be queried for the texts that are linked to them.