Contributions to journals
The most prominent Irish legal family of their time, Meic Aodhagáin maintained a celebrated law school in Lower Ormond in northern Co Tipperary. Through the analysis of manuscripts produced by two fifteenth-century scribes who worked among Meic Aodhagáin, this study identifies some of the texts likely to have been kept at the family’s Lower Ormond school. From the resulting list it is evident that Meic Aodhagáin possessed a considerable collection of vernacular religious material, especially homilies and passions, quite apart from law books.
Follett, Westley, “Cassian, contemplation, and medieval Irish hagiography”, in: Wieland, Gernot R., Carin Ruff, and Ross G. Arthur (eds.), Insignis sophiae arcator: essays in honour of Michael W. Herren on his 65th birthday, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 6, Turnhout: Brepols, 2006. 87–105.