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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316

Folios which originally belonged to a separate manuscript. These currently form the first section of the second volume of Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316. Its contents are legal, containing texts from the middle third of the Senchas Már.

  • s. xiv1(?)
  • Aodh Mac Aodhagáin
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316

Folios which originally belonged to a separate manuscript. These currently form the second section of the second volume of Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316. Its contents are legal, containing texts from the first third of Senchas Már.

  • s. xivin(?)

Folios which originally belonged to a separate manuscript. These currently form the third section of the second volume of Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316. Its contents are legal, containing Sechtae (end of XII; XIII-XXIII; beg. of XXIV) from the middle third of the Senchas Már.

  • s. xv
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316

Manuscript folios which now comprise the third volume of Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316.

  • s. xiv (?)
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316
  • s. xiv (?)
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316
  • s. xiv (?)

Composite manuscript including legal tracts, glossaries and a copy of the Dinnshenchas Érenn from TCD 1322.

  • s. xvii
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1317

Manuscript, now bound at the end of Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1317. It contains a late copy of Dinnshenchas Érenn (Recension C), which was transcribed from TCD 1322 (H 3. 3). In Gwynn's edition of the verse texts, it bears the siglum H4.

  • s. xvii
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318
  • s. xvi
  • Iolland Ó Maoil Chonaire, Torna Ó Maoil Chonaire
  • c. 1473
  • Seanchán mac Maoil Mhuire Ó Maoil Chonaire
  • 1407
  • Donnchad Ó Duinín
  • Murchadh Ó Cuindlis

Letter written by the antiquarian Tadhg Ó Rodaighe (Tadhg/Thaddaeus O'Roddy) of Crossfield (Co. Leitrim) in 1700.

  • 1700
  • Tadhg Ó Rodaighe

The part of the composite manuscript now known as the Yellow Book of Lecan that bears the title <Leabh>ar buidhe Leacain ‘The yellow book of Lecan’. It is known for containing a number of early Irish voyage tales (immrama).

Manuscript fragment of nine folios (cols 401-436 = pp. 438-455 of the facsimile) containing an incomplete copy of Dinnshenchas Érenn (recension C).

  • s. xv
  • c. 1413
  • Giolla Phádraig Albanach

Learned and gnomic Irish texts

  • 1408
  • David [scribe in TCD MS 1318/15], Aodh [scribe in TCD MS 1318/15]
  • s. xivex/xvin
  • Giolla Íosa Mac Fhir Bhisigh