Manuscripts
Results for L (1550)
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Caligula A xv
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Claudius A v

Welsh lawbook, siglum W of the Cyfnerth redaction; legal records concerning the Hundred of Caerphilly.

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

Welsh composite manuscript consisting of three parts dating from the 14th century: (1) Chronicles; (2) a Welsh lawbook, containing siglum X of the Cyfnerth redaction; and (3) Ystorya Dared.

  • s. xiv1 and s. xivmed
London, British Library, MS Cotton Cleopatra B v

Welsh chronicles

  • s. xiv1
London, British Library, MS Cotton Cleopatra B v

Welsh laws

  • s. xivmed
London, British Library, MS Cotton Cleopatra B v

Ystoria Dared

  • s. xiv1

Composite manuscript. The first 55 folios contains English (especially Anglo-Latin) material written between the 10th and early 12th centuries. The subsequent folios (ff. 56-160) belong to a manuscript of St David's from 13th century and later.

London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A i
  • s. xiiiex
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A vii
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian A xviii
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Domitian ix

Irish Gallican psalter (ff. 3-162).

  • s. xii
London, British Library, MS Cotton Galba A v

Irish computus fragment, originally part (as f. 4) of what is now London, British Library, MS Cotton Appendix LI.

  • c.1589
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Galba A xiv
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Julius A vi
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero A ii

A composite manuscript that includes matter pertaining to Anselm and Lanfranc, archbishops of Canterbury; a 16th-century Irish manuscript containing a copy of Bretha Nemed toísech; and Henry of Saltry's description of St Patrick's Purgatory.

London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero A vii

A copy of Bretha Nemed toísech

  • 1571
  • Matha Ó Luinín
London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero E i

English manuscript containing a large chunk of the so-called ‘Cotton-Corpus legendary’, being the first part of what was originally the first volume. In addition to Lives of saints of continental or English origin, the legendary also includes the Lives of St. Brigit and St. Fursa and the writings of St. Patrick.

  • s. xi2 / s. xii2/4