Dublin, Trinity College, MS 57 (A 4. 5) = Book of Durrow
  • s. vii2/s. viii (?)
McCloskey, Laura E., “Exploring meditatio and memoria in Ireland through the Book of Durrow: manuscript Illumination as the intersection of theological and artistic traditions”, Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies 12 (2019): 102–111.
Pulliam, Heather, “Cognition, colour and number in the Book of Durrow and other Insular gospel books”, in: Moss, Rachel, Felicity O'Mahony, and Jane Maxwell (eds), An Insular odyssey: manuscript culture in early Christian Ireland and beyond, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2017. 138–158.
Netzer, Nancy, “The Book of Durrow and the Lindisfarne Gospels”, in: Gameson, Richard (ed.), The Lindisfarne Gospels: new perspectives, Library of the Written Word 57, Leiden, Boston: Brepols, 2017. 166–182.
Bhreathnach, Edel, “Observations on the Book of Durrow memorandum”, in: Carey, John, Kevin Murray, and Caitríona Ó Dochartaigh (eds), Sacred histories: a Festschrift for Máire Herbert, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2015. 14–21.
Hofman, Rijcklof, “Durrow, Book of”, in: Lalor, Brian [ed.], The encyclopaedia of Ireland, Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2003. 330.
Howlett, David, “The colophon in the Book of Durrow”, Hermathena 168 (Summer, 2000): 71–75.
Werner, Martin, “The Book of Durrow and the question of programme”, Anglo-Saxon England 26 (1997): 23–39.
Meehan, Bernard, The Book of Durrow: a medieval masterpiece at Trinity College Dublin, Dublin: Town House and Country House, 1996.
Laing, Lloyd, “The provenance of the Book of Durrow”, Scottish Archaeological Review 9–10 (1995): 115–124.
Werner, Martin, “The cross-carpet page in the Book of Durrow: the cult of the True Cross, Adomnan, and Iona”, The Art Bulletin 72 (1990): 174–223.
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de Paor, Liam, “The Book of Durrow”, in: s.n. (ed.), Great books of Ireland: Thomas Davis lectures, Dublin, London: Clonmore & Reynolds; Burns & Oates, 1967. 1–13.
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.
630–631   [A I (b)] “455. The Book of Durrow”
Shaw, Francis, “Comments on the editio princeps of the Book of Durrow”, Éigse 10:4 (1961–1963): 300–304.
Bieler, Ludwig, “The palaeography of the Book of Durrow”, in: Luce, A. A. [ed.], Evangeliorum quattuor codex Durmachensis: The Book of Durrow, 2 vols, Olten: Graf, 1960. 89–97.
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Best, R. I., “An early monastic grant in the Book of Durrow”, Ériu 10 (1926–1928): 135–142.
Lindsay, W. M., “Notes on two MSS from Irish scriptoriums: the Book of Durrow and the Garland of Howth”, Hermathena 18:40 (1914): 44–45.
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.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive – originally from Google Books: <link> Wikisource: <link>
257   “8. The notes in the books of Dimma, Durrow and Deir”
Abbott, T. K., “On the colophon of the Book of Durrow”, Hermathena 8:18 (1892): 199–202.

Results for T (428)
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS 316

Manuscript of the Epistles of St Paul, written by an Irish scribe, presumably in Northumbria. It belongs with four leaves of BL, MS Cotton Vitellius C vii. 

  • s. viii
  • Anonymous [hand of CTC B.10.5]
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS B.17.1
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS O.4.42
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS O.5.20

Welsh law-book, Tr of the Blegywryd redaction of the Welsh laws (Cyfraith Hywel)

  • s. xivin
  • Gwilym Was Da
  • s. xv
  • Donnchadh mac Mátha Mac Cruitín
  • Copenhagen, Det Kongelige Bibliotek, MS Thott 225 quarto
  • Cork, University College, MS T 37
  • Cork, University College, MS T 45