- Hiberno-Latin texts
Latin poem. Cases have been made for Irish authorship, but more recent commentators have also pointed out the Breton provenance of the surviving manuscripts.
- A = Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Reg. lat. 81 [s. x]ff. 1–12The sole surviving version that is complete (612 lines).
- B (fragmentary)
- B1 = Luxembourg, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS 89 = an Echternach manuscript [s. ix2]3 leaves
- B2 = Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 11411 ff. 99-100 [s. ix2/4]ff. 99–100
- B1 =
- C = (Unidentified)Lost apart from the items preserved in the glossary below.
- Luxembourg, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS 89 = an Echternach manuscript [s. ix2]One leaf. A glossary of 223 rare and difficult words (‘Echternach glosses’) from what appears to have been version C of the text. Some items are glossed in Latin (119 entries) or in Old Breton (104 entries).
- D = Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 11411 ff. 101-102 [s. ix1]ff. 101–102Fragmentary.
- Secondary language(s): Greek language Hebrew language
- Latin, with calques from Greek and Hebrew.
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