Gwynn (Aubrey)

  • d. 1983
  • scholars
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Tomaltach Ua Conchobair coarb of Patrick (1181–1201): his life and times”, Seanchas Ardmhacha 8:2 (1977): 231–274.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The problem of the Dicta Patricii”, Seanchas Ardmhacha 8:1 (1975–1976): 69–80.
Gwynn, Aubrey, and R. Neville Hadcock, Medieval religious houses: Ireland, London: Longman, 1970.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The history of medieval Ireland”, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 57:226 (Summer, 1968): 161–173.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The Irish missal of Corpus Christi College, Oxford”, Studies in Church History 1 (1964): 47–68.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Some notes on the history of the Book of Leinster”, Celtica 5 (1960): 8–12.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Cathal Mac Maghnusa and the Annals of Ulster (continued)”, Clogher Record 2:3 (1959): 370–384.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Cathal Mac Maghnusa and the Annals of Ulster [first part]”, Clogher Record 2:2 (1958): 230–243.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The Annals of Connacht and the Abbey of Cong”, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 28 (1956–1957): 1–9.
White, Newport B. [ed.], and Aubrey Gwynn [intro.], The ‘Dignitas Decani’ of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin: Stationery Office, 1957.
Gwynn, Aubrey [ed. and tr.], The writings of bishop Patrick, 1074–1084, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae, 1, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1955.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The early history of St. Thomas' Abbey, Dublin”, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 84:1 (1954): 1–35.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “St. Lawrence O’Toole as legate in Ireland (1179–1180)”, Analecta Bollandiana 68 (1950): 223–240.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “The origins of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin”, The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 79:1 (2, 1949): 110–125.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Some unpublished texts from the Black Book of Christ Church, Dublin”, Analecta Hibernica 16 (1946): 281–337.  
I. Description of the Black Book of Christ Church; II. Documents concerning the early history of the diocese of Dublin; III. The Annals of Christ Church, Dublin; IV. Early Dublin entries from the annals of St Mary's, Dublin; V. A London chronicle, (1270-92) with some Irish marginal entries (1293-1317).
Gwynn, Aubrey, “John Lynch’s De praesulibus Hiberniae”, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 34:133 (1945): 37–52.
Gwynn, Aubrey, “Nicholas Mac Maol Íosa, Archbishop of Armagh (1272–1303)”, in: John Ryan (ed.), Féil-sgríbhinn Eóin Mhic Néill: Essays and studies presented to professor Eoin MacNeill on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, May 15th 1938, Dublin: Three Candles, 1940. 394–405.

As honouree

Watt, J. A., J. B. Morrall, and F. X. Martin (eds), Medieval studies presented to Aubrey Gwynn, S. J., Dublin: The Three Candles, 1961.


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