General category: Scottish manuscripts

Results (1–24/24)
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.

Pocket gospel book produced around the tenth century, probably in Scotland; well known for containing additions in Scottish Gaelic (or Middle Irish)

  • s. x1

A 15th-century manuscript containing a copy of In cath catharda.

  • s. xv
  • Tadhg Ó Cianáin

Early Modern Irish prose tales, including Oidheadh Chloinne Tuireann, Oidheadh Chloinne Lir and Oidheadh Chlonne Uisneach.

  • s. xviii

Hypothetical lost manuscript, perhaps a gospel-book, associated with the Céli Dé monastery of Loch Leven. An old volume of the Scots (veteris voluminis antiquo Scotorum idiomate conscripti) is cited in the St Andrews register as having served as the source for a series of Latin charter records for Loch Leven. The presence of such records added to the margins and available spaces in the Book of Kells and other gospel-books suggests that the Loch Leven manuscript, too, or its source, may have been a gospel-book.

  • s. x-xii (?)