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Composite manuscript which belonged to Sir Robert Cotton and consists of a number of chronicles, including the so-called ‘Kilkenny chronicle’.

  • s. xii – s. xvii
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian B xxv
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian D xxi
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian E ii
London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian E xi
  • s. xiii
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vespasian F xii

Earliest manuscript containing a copy of the De excidio Britanniae by Gildas. It has suffered severe damage from the fire that destroyed the Cotton library in 1731.

  • s. x/xi
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius A xii
  • London, British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius C ix
  • s. xviii-xix
  • Peadar Ó Conaill [d. 1826]
  • London, British Library, MS Egerton 84
  • London, British Library, MS Egerton 85
  • London, British Library, MS Egerton 86
  • London, British Library, MS Egerton 87
  • c. 1564
  • Domhnall Ó Duibh Dá Bhoireann, Maghnus Ó Duibh Dhá Bhoireann
  • London, British Library, MS Egerton 89

A slim, composite Irish manuscript. It includes the deed of a dispute over land (section 2), two legal fragments (section 3) and four leaves which have been identified as belonging originally to RIA MS D ii 1 alias the Book of Uí Maine (section 4).

  • s. xiv-xvi
London, British Library, MS Egerton 90

A calendar in Irish, signs of the zodiac and a marginal medical recipe

  • s. xv/xvi
London, British Library, MS Egerton 90

A deed concerning lands belonging to certain members of the McNamara family in east County Clare

  • s. xv/xvi

Four leaves of material relating to early Irish law, notably extracts from the so-called E-version of Bretha éitgid. The leaves were taken from a manuscript, described by William O'Sullivan as ‘The book of Cairbre mac Domhnaill Uí Dheoradháin’, fragments of which survive elsewhere (RIA 23 Q 6).

  • s. xv/xvi

Four leaves of material relating to early Irish law, notably extracts from the so-called A-version of Bretha éitgid. The leaves were taken from a manuscript, described by William O’Sullivan as ‘The book of Dáibhídh Ó Súilleabháin Bán’, fragments of which survive elsewhere (RIA D v 2).

  • s. xv/xvi

Four vellum leaves which originally formed part of the Book of Uí Maine (RIA D ii 1).

  • s. xiv