Manuscripts

General category: Continental manuscripts

Results (101–125/267)
The present classification is only rudimentary. It will ultimately be replaced by a new system with greater care for data concerning each manuscript’s date, origin and provenance.
Not yet published.

Manuscript miscellany (computistics, calendar, excerpts from Fathers, etc.) written in Beneventan script by the scribe Grimoald, probably in the 1060s.

  • s. xi
  • Grimoald of Monte Cassino
Not yet published.
  • s. viii3/4
  • Peregrinus of Freisung

Medieval German manuscript

  • s. xiex

Bible produced at Tours between 830 and 834. It arrived at Regensburg in or by the 11th century and its annotations from that time have been identified as being in the hand of Marianus of Regensburg.

  • 830s
  • , Marianus Scottus of Regensburg

Psalter, with additions, produced in the monastery of Waulsort or Hastières in the 11th, possibly 12th century. Additions include a calendar, tables of computus, the Oratio Brendani, miniatures of the dedication, the Cross (including an inscription with Anglo-Saxon runes) and David with the harp, prefaces to the psalter (including a Greek alphabet), glosses to the psalter, and many further prayers and hymns. St Brigit, St Patrick and St Foillán are included in the calendar as well as in the litany of saints.

  • s. xi / s. xii
Not yet published.
  • s. viiiex/ixin + s. xii
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14096
  • s. viiiex / s. ixin

Early medieval manuscript of the Epistles of St Paul, which at some time moved to Regensburg and was glossed there in the hand of Marianus of Regensburg.

  • s. ixmed
  • , Marianus Scottus of Regensburg
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14387
Not yet published.
  • s. ix1/4

A collection of saints’ Lives, including a copy of the Vita sanctae Brigitae by Cogitosus.

  • s. xi

First volume of a collection of saints’ Lives, including a copy of the Vita sanctae Brigitae by Cogitosus.

  • s. xii

Fragment of an office for the dead, thought to have been produced in Ireland. It was discovered in the binding of Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, MS Clm 14747, a manuscript from St Emmeram in Regensburg.

  • s. viii

9 leaves containing an incomplete copy of Eutyches’ Ars de uerbo

  • s. ix