Anglo-Saxon, probably Mercian prayer-book
- s. viiiex/x1/4
Miscellany of late antique and early medieval Latin texts. It contains the earliest extant copy of the Historia Brittonum together with a text of the Annales Cambriae and a set of Welsh genealogies, which were both interpolated into the Historia after the section occasionally referred to as the ‘northern history’. A text of possible Irish interest is that of the Cosmographia of Aethicus Ister.
- s. xiex/xiiin
- s. xiii–xiv
Welsh lawbook, siglum V of the Cyfnerth redaction.
- s. xiv1
- Book of Taliesin scribe
- s. viii
Merovingian manuscript containing a copy of Vita sancti Fursei, with extracts from prayers or chants in a slightly later hand.
- s. viii2/4/3/4
- s. xvi1
- Giolla Riabhach mac Tuathail Ó Cléirigh
Seven paper leaves which have been inserted at the beginning of BL MS Harley 5280. They contain four Latin tracts in an early 17th-century hand which Robin Flower has ascribed to Hugo Casserly (anglicised form of Mac Casarlaigh), who owned the vellum manuscript and may also have authored or compiled the Latin texts he added.
- s. xvii
- Hugo Casserly
Robert Cotton’s catalogue of more than 400 manuscripts in his library.
- Robert Cotton