Manuscript of the Epistles of St Paul, written by an Irish scribe, presumably in Northumbria. It belongs with four leaves of BL, MS Cotton Vitellius C vii.
- s. viii
- Anonymous [hand of CTC B.10.5]
Welsh law-book, Tr of the Blegywryd redaction of the Welsh laws (Cyfraith Hywel)
- s. xivin
- Gwilym Was Da
- s. xv
- Donnchadh mac Mátha Mac Cruitín
So-called ‘Rosenthal fragment’ (1 folio) of the Old Latin Gospel of Luke, 16:27-17:26, written in Insular/Irish half-uncial. It represents VL 44 in Bouron's numbering system.
- s. viii2
Fragment (10 folia) of a liturgical manuscript from the monastery of Landévennec, preserving some chronological tables and part of a calendar (January–August).
- s. x
- c. 807
- Fer Domnach
- s. vii2/s. viii (?)