Results for C (1250)
  • Cambridge, Pembroke College, MS 103
  • Cambridge, Pembroke College, MS 135
  • Cambridge, Pembroke College, MS 258
  • Cambridge, Peterhouse, MS 113
  • Cambridge, Peterhouse, MS 177
Not yet published.

Northern English manuscript compilation of historical prose and verse, in French and to a lesser extent in Latin, notably a copy of Pierre Langtoft’s Chronicle. It includes material relating to the Trojan foundation legend, to Edward I, II and III, Merlinic prophecies and the bishops of England and Wales. M. R. James suggests that the “author may be connected with Durham”.

  • s. xiv
  • Cambridge, St John's College, MS 47

Gallican Psalter, and some canticles and prayers. It is accompanied by glosses in Latin and Irish.

  • s. x/xiin
  • Cambridge, St John's College, MS G 16
  • Cambridge, St. Catherine’s College, MS 3
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS 316

Manuscript of the Epistles of St Paul, written by an Irish scribe, presumably in Northumbria. It belongs with four leaves of BL, MS Cotton Vitellius C vii. 

  • s. viii
  • Anonymous [hand of CTC B.10.5]
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS B.17.1
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS O.4.42
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS O.5.20

Welsh law-book, Tr of the Blegywryd redaction of the Welsh laws (Cyfraith Hywel)

  • s. xivin
  • Gwilym Was Da
  • Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R.5.33
  • s. xv
  • Donnchadh mac Mátha Mac Cruitín
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 708
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 2766
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 3041
Not yet published.

A composite manuscript consisting of three sections, (a) A composite compilation of poems on the Uí Raghallaigh (O’Reilly’s), (b) a fragment of In cath catharda and (c) two medical fragments.

  • s. xv.(?) + s. xvi-xvii + s. xviii
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 3082/ff. 17-28

Irish manuscript containing a copy of Mícheál Ó Cléirigh's Foclóir na Sanasán Nua (publ. 1643) and Foras focal (73qq).

  • 1685/6
  • Pádruic Mac Oghannan