Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512
- s. xv / s. xvi
- Irish manuscripts
- “hand varies greatly both in quality and in size, with large and small script at times alternating in the one column, citations in Latin being generally in large script” (Ó Cuív: 231).
- known for a “distinctive half-uncial d” in the copy of Bethu Brigte, “which probably reflects the influence of an exemplar dating from the ninth century” (Ó Cuív: 231); writes, on f. 33r, that he was Baile na Cuilendtrach when writing this text.
- mentions Book of Dub Dá Leithe as the source for its copy of Baile in Scail.
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