Manuscripts
Manuscript:
Cologne, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, MS 102
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Sayers, William, “Irish affinities of De tonitruis, a treatise of prognostication by thunder”, Eolas 10 (2017): 2–15.
Juste, David, and Hilbert Chiu, “The De tonitruis attributed to Bede: an early medieval treatise on divination by thunder translated from Irish”, Traditio 68 (2013): 97–124. 
abstract:
The De tonitruis (or De tonitruis libellus ad Herefridum) attributed to Bede is a short text containing a prologue and four chapters dealing with the meaning of thunder heard (I) in each of the four cardinal directions, (II) in each of the twelve months of the year, (III) on each of the seven days of the week, and (IV) at certain hours of the day and of the night. The text was first published among Bede's works by Noviomagus in Cologne in 1537 and was subsequently reprinted in all editions of the complete works of Bede, including Migne's Patrologia Latina. Charles W. Jones, who was the first to discuss the De tonitruis in detail, convincingly dismissed the attribution to Bede and identified what he thought to be the only extant MS (and also the exemplar used by Noviomagus): Cologne, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, 102, fols. 49r–52v, copied in Cologne in the first half of the eleventh century.

Results for E (248)
  • Abbotsford, Abbotsford House Library, MS E 2
  • Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS 6209E
  • Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS 13187E

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. xi1
  • Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, Peniarth MS 434E
  • Book of the White Earl
  • Cambridge, Emmanuel College, MS 2
  • Cologne, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, MS 91
  • Cologne, Erzbischöfliche Diözesan- und Dombibliothek, MS 102