A manuscript whose core is a psalter of the mid-9th century, together with preliminary matter, canticles and prayers as well as a calendar, in addition to material which it accrued in the ensuing centuries. Provenance: St. Maximin, Trier. Some features of Celtic Latin interest include the 12th-century insertion of a calendrical obit for Israel the grammarian (obiit Israhel episcopus), who became a monk at St. Maximin's at the end of his life, and the names of Patrick and Brigit that appear in the litany of the saints on f. 112.
- s. ixmed
- Héinrí Mac Carraic