Poitiers, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 259

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Poitiers, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 259

  • Neo-Latin
  • c. 1650
  • distinct manuscript
  • Irish manuscripts
  • paper
Identifiers
Shelfmark
259
Classification
Cat. no. 97
Title
7 junii 1650. Domini Philippi Osellenani Boerrii, iberni, Tenebriomastix, opus ... quo Pictorum praecipue Camerarii fabellis confutatis
Description
Manuscript containing the Tenebriomastix by Philip O’Sullivan Beare
Provenance and related aspects
Language
Neo-Latin;
Date
c. 1650
c. 1650
Hands, scribes
Codicological information
Unit
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distinct manuscript
Material
paper
Foliation / Pagination
691 pages


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and incoming annotations concerning individual texts (again, if available).
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  • Sources

Primary sources
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[ed.] Caulfield, David, “The Tenebriomastix of Don Philip O'Sullivan-Beare: Poitiers, MS 259 (97): an edition of part of Book 1 (pp. 1–24 and 87–137) with introduction, translation and notes”, unpublished PhD thesis: University College Cork, 2004.

Secondary sources

Caulfield, David, “The Tenebriomastix of Don Philip O'Sullivan-Beare: Poitiers, MS 259 (97): an edition of part of Book 1 (pp. 1–24 and 87–137) with introduction, translation and notes”, unpublished PhD thesis: University College Cork, 2004.
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Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen
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