Twelfth-century Irish gospelbook written at Armagh by Máel Brigte úa Máel Úanaig, including an interlinear and marginal commentary on parts of the Gospels (glosses and some notes), with four Irish poems and a number of single-quatrain verses, a scribal colophon, and two portraits of Evangelist symbols (Mark and Luke).
- s. xii1
- Máel Brigte húa Máel Úanaig
Anglo-Saxon, probably Mercian prayer-book
- s. viiiex / s. x1/4
Miscellany of late antique and early medieval Latin texts. It contains the earliest extant copy of the Historia Brittonum together with a text of the Annales Cambriae and a set of Welsh genealogies, which were both interpolated into the Historia after the section occasionally referred to as the ‘northern history’. A text of possible Irish interest is that of the Cosmographia of Aethicus Ister.
- s. xiex/xiiin
Welsh lawbook, siglum V of the Cyfnerth redaction.
- s. xiv1
- Anonymous [hand in Harl. 4353, Cot. Cleo. A xiv and Book of Taliesin]
Merovingian manuscript containing a copy of Vita sancti Fursei, with extracts from prayers or chants in a slightly later hand.
- s. viii2/4 / s. viii3/4
Robert Cotton’s catalogue of more than 400 manuscripts in his library.
- Robert Cotton
- s. ix2/4 / s. ix3/4