Manuscripts

General category: Continental manuscripts

Results (1–25/210)
The present classification is only rudimentary. It will ultimately be replaced by a new system with greater care for data concerning each manuscript’s date, origin and provenance.

A collection of 44 saints’ Lives in the order of their feastdays.

  • s. xii

A manuscript, now badly damaged, of Defensor’s Liber scintillarum and a commentary on the letters of St Paul.

  • s. ix2

9th-century manuscript containing Augustine’s Enchiridion ad Laurentiam (ff. 65r–116r), with some interlinear Latin and Old Irish glosses, and other texts of theological interest. It forms the third part (ff. 65–188) of a composite manuscript probably compiled at St. Maximin's, Trier, and may itself have been written at Mainz.

  • s. ix
Bern, Burgerbibliothek, MS 123
  • s. ix
  • s. ix2/4 / s. ix3/4

Carolingian manuscript containing materials relating to Latin grammar.

  • s. viii/ix

Early medieval composite manuscript.

  • s. ix – s. x
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, MS 5413-5422
  • s. ix3/3
Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, MS 5413-5422

Manuscript leaves of Breton provenance containing fragments of Arator’s De actibus apostolorum.

  • s. ix1

Carolingian Latin manuscript containing copies of texts by Quintus Serenus, Ausonius, Paul the Deacon, Flodoard, Sedulius and Eutychis. The copy of the Carmen paschale by Sedulius is followed by a letter between two Irish correspondents, from Colmán to Feradach.

  • s. ix/x

Canon law, penitentials, etc.

  • s. ix

Manuscript containing an incomplete copy of the Collectio canonum Hibernensis.

  • s. viii2