Manuscripts
Manuscript:
Cambridge, University Library, MS Ii. 6. 32 = Book of Deer
  • s. x1
“Book of Deer (MS Ii.6.32)”, Cambridge Digital Library, Online: University of Cambridge. URL: <http://cudl.lib.cam.ac.uk/view/MS-II-00006-00032/1>.
Broun, Dauvit, Thomas Owen Clancy, and Katherine Forsyth, “The property records: text and translation”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 131–144.
O'Loughlin, Thomas, “The biblical text of the Book of Deer (C.U.L. Ii.6.32): evidence for the remains of a division system from its manuscript ancestry; Appendix: A concordance of the display initials of the Book of Deer with the Ammonian sections / Eusebian canons”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 3–31 (with appendix).
Clancy, Thomas Owen, “Deer and the early church in North-Eastern Scotland”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 363–397.
Ó Maolalaigh, Roibeard, and Heidi Ann Lazar-Meyn, “On the possible functions of the accents in the Gaelic notes in the Book of Deer; Appendix: Statistical analysis”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 145–178.
Henderson, Isabel, “Understanding the figurative style and decorative programme of the Book of Deer”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 32–66.
Forsyth, Katherine, “The stones of Deer”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 398–438.
Ó Maolalaigh, Roibeard, “The Scotticisation of Gaelic: a reassessment of the language and orthography of the Gaelic Notes in the Book of Deer”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 179–274.
Márkus, Gilbert, “The sick and the dying in the Book of Deer;  Appendix: Four rites compared”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 67–97.
Fawcett, Richard, “The Cistercian abbey of Deer; Appendix: Old Deer parish church”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 439–462.
Taylor, Simon, “The toponymic landscape of the Gaelic notes in the Book of Deer; Appendix: Early forms of place-names discussed in the text”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 275–308.
Zutshi, Patrick, “The Book of Deer after c. 1150; Appendix: Unpublished writings by Henry Bradshaw concerning the Book of Deer”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 98–115.
Dilworth, Mark, “Deer and its abbots in the late Middle Ages”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 463–474.
Cox, Richard A. V., “The syntax of the place-names”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 309–312.
Ó Maolalaigh, Roibeard, “The property records: diplomatic edition including accents”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 119–130.
Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008.  
Articles are grouped together in one of three subdivisions: 1. The gospel book (first four authors); 2. The property records (next seven articles); 3. Deer in context.
Broun, Dauvit, “The property records in the Book of Deer as a source for early Scottish society”, in: Forsythe, Katherine (ed.), Studies on the Book of Deer, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 313–360.
Jackson, Kenneth H., The Gaelic notes in the Book of Deer [The Osborn Bergin Memorial Lecture 1970], Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972.
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Kenney, James F., “Chapter VII: Religious literature and ecclesiastical culture”, in: Kenney, James F., The sources for the early history of Ireland: an introduction and guide. Volume 1: ecclesiastical, Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies 11, Revised ed. (1929), New York: Octagon, 1966. 622–744.
656   [502] “The Book of Deer”
Fraser, John, “The Gaelic notitiae in the Book of Deer”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 5 (1938): 51–66.
Stokes, Whitley, and John Strachan (eds.), Thesaurus palaeohibernicus: a collection of Old-Irish glosses, scholia, prose, and verse, 3 vols, vol. 2: Non-Biblical glosses and scholia; Old-Irish prose; names of persons and places; inscriptions; verse; indexes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1903.  
comments: Reprinted by DIAS in 1987, together with Stokes' supplementary volume.
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257   “8. The notes in the books of Dimma, Durrow and Deir”

Results for Book (68)

Welsh manuscript collection of religious texts, mainly in the hand of Hywel Fychan. Other parts of the original manuscript are are in Peniarth MS 12 and Cardiff MS 3.242.

  • c.1400
  • Hywel Fychan ap Hywel Goch

Welsh paper manuscript miscellany (268 pp.) in the hand of John David Rhys containing Welsh poetry as well as a vocabulary, a bardic grammar of the Dafydd Ddu recension, the so-called statutes of Gruffudd ap Cynan, a translation of Genesis I, items of biblical and historical interest, etc.

  • c.1579
  • John David Rhys

The Book of Llandaff is one of the oldest manuscripts of Wales. While its core is a gospelbook containing a copy of St Matthew’s Gospel, it is best known for its many substantial additions in the form of the Lives of St Elgar and St Samson, and various documents (such as charters) relating to the see of Llandaff and to bishops Dyfrig, Teilo and Euddogwy.

  • s. xii1
  • s. xiv1
  • Anonymous [hand in Harl. 4353, Cot. Cleo. A xiv and Book of Taliesin]

A lost source named for Dub Dá Leithe, abbot of Armagh (fl. 1049-1064). It is referred to by the Annals of Ulster, s.a. 630, 963, 1004 and 1021, and the copy of Baile in Scáil in Rawlinson B 512, f. 101r.

  • s. ximed
  • Book of Flaithrige mac Murchaidh