Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 487 Unit: section 2, ff. 12–52Acallam na senórach
- s. xv
- Irish manuscripts
“This section is mostly the work of one scribe who wrote a large clear hand [...] Some marginalia seem to be in the hand of the main scribe. Two of these (f. 34v, marg. inf., and f. 51v, marg. inf.) indicate that his name was Domhnall Óg and another (f. 27r, marg. sup.) indicates that he had a companion named Maoileachlainn” (Ó Cuív).
Additional hand writing a few lines in smaller script om f. 31vb.11–33 (Ó Cuív).
Additional hand writing a few lines in smaller script on f. 32v.8–28 (Ó Cuív).
“There are many marginalia in what appear to be other hands” (Ó Cuív).
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