Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Vat. lat. 4015
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Ridyard, Susan, and Jeremy A. Ashbee, “The resuscitation of Roger of Conwy: a Cantilupe miracle and the society of Edwardian north Wales”, Journal of Medieval History 41:3 (2015): 309–324.  
This article uses one of Thomas Cantilupe's miracles of resuscitation as a lens through which to view the society of late thirteenth-century Conwy, a centre of English power in the recently conquered territory of north Wales. Combining the evidence of the Cantilupe canonisation process, contained in The Vatican, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Vat. Lat. 4015, with what is known of the history, topography and architecture of town and castle, it examines the relationship between town and castle and, more generally, the structure, operation and spatial expression of hierarchy in Conwy. Taking a micro-historical approach, it further suggests ways in which memories of the miracle itself – the resuscitation of the toddler son of a castle servant – were shaped by that hierarchy and, especially, in a silent negotiation between the powerful and the relatively powerless.

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  • Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, MS B. V 18
  • Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, MS B. V 24
  • Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, MS H. J. IV 5
  • Bamberg, Staatsbibliothek, MS H. J. IV 6

German manuscript containing copies of works by Boethius, Severinus, Isidore of Seville and Eusebius. An item of Irish and Welsh interest is the letter known as the Bamberg cryptogram.

  • s. x/xiin
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9th-century manuscript of a Greek psalter, with interlinear Latin text, and additional devotional material. It was written by multiple Irish hands, possibly in northern Italy.

  • s. ix2/3 / s. ix3/3
  • Dublin, Marsh's Library, MS IV E 6

A manuscript of Iomarbhágh na bhfileadh

  • s. xviii