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|Title=<em>Metrical calendar of Hampson</em>
 
|Title=<em>Metrical calendar of Hampson</em>
|ShortDescription=Latin metrical calendar consisting of one verse for each day of the year (totalling 365 verses). It includes the feast-days of ten Irish saints (Fursa, Aed, Brigit, Fintan, Comgán, Patrick, Coemgen, Columba, Mac Táil and Máel Rúain).
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|ShortDescription=Latin (hexa)metrical calendar consisting of 365 verses, with one verse for each day of the year. It includes many Flemish and northern French saints as well as ten Irish ones (Fursa, Aed, Brigit, Fintan, Comgán, Patrick, Coemgen, Columba, Mac Táil and Máel Rúain) and records the deaths of King Alfred and his wife Ealhswith (d. 902). It is usually believed to have been produced in England.
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|Author=Unknown. It is usually conjectured that the author was active in England. Because of the Irish element, Edmund Bishop espoused the theory that the author was an Irishman who may have been working at Alfred“”s court. Current views are more cautious.
 
|LanguageAuto=Latin language
 
|LanguageAuto=Latin language
 
|Date=9th or 10th century?
 
|Date=9th or 10th century?
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|MS=London, British Library, MS Cotton Galba A xviii
 
|MS=London, British Library, MS Cotton Galba A xviii
 
|comments=Earliest manuscript. The text is found as an addition.
 
|comments=Earliest manuscript. The text is found as an addition.
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|folios=3r-14v
 
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