Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS C 5 inf = Antiphonary of Bangor
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160   [18] “Antiphonar von Bangor”
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282   “Names of persons and places in the Antiphonary of Bangor (Milan)”
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Results for Milan (13)
  • Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS A 138 sup
  • Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS B 55 inf

Latin antiphonary. A contemporary colophon to the final hymn states that the manuscript was written at Bangor when Colmán was its abbot (680-691). The manuscript was brought to the continent and kept in the Bobbio library.

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Illuminated copy of Orosius (Book I and the beginning of Book II), usually thought to have been produced in the 7th century at the Irish foundation of Bobbio, Italy.

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  • Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS I 61 inf
  • Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, MS I 61 sup

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.

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