General category: Continental manuscripts containing Irish

Results (1–25/34)
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.

Third part (ff. 65–188) of a composite manuscript, containing Augustine’s Enchiridion (ff. 65r–116r), with some interlinear Latin and Old Irish glosses.

  • s. ix

Manuscript containing an incomplete copy of the Collectio canonum Hibernensis.

  • s. viii2

A copy of Bede’s commentary on Proverbs (In proverbia Salomonis), with flyleaves from a manuscript of Irish provenance.

  • s. ix

Two flyleaves containing a fragment of Augustine’s De quantitate animae, with Old Irish glosses and other marginalia.

  • s. ix2/3
Laon, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 444
  • s. ix3/4

9th-century manuscript of Bobbio provenance containing a copy of the Ars Ambrosiana, which is a commentary on the second book of Donatus’ Ars maior. On f. 8r, there is an Old Irish gloss embedded within the text, which seems to have been copied from the exemplar of the manuscript.

  • s. ix3/4

A copy of Gregory's Dialogues and the Visio Karoli.

  • s. xi
  • Iohannes [Irish scribe]
St. Gallen, Kantonsbibliothek Vadiana, VadSlg MS 34

Section of a composite manuscript containing a vita of Fintán of Rheinau.

  • s. x/xi

Two small folia containing fragments of a Latin commentary on the Gospel of Mark. The commentary is extensively glossed in Old Irish and to a lesser extent, in Latin.

  • s. ix

A copy of the Life of St Gall by Walahfrid Strabo, which may have been produced in the 11th century. The last page is a palimpsest of earlier date and preserves the beginning of the Second Epistle of St Peter, which is noteworthy for its interlinear and marginal Old Irish glosses.

  • s. xi