Manuscripts
Results for M (3910)
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 4138
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 4183
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 4207
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 4354
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 4543
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 6530
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 6532/b
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 6563
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 6564
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 15034
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Additional 22934
Not yet published.

Irish paper manuscript continuing the Irish translation of the Old Testament from Dublin, Marsh's Library, MS Z 4.2.3a-b. This volume includes the prophetical and apocryphal/non-canonical books.

  • s. xviiex

Biblical commentaries

  • s. x
Not yet published.

English composite manuscript which seems to consist of parts of two originally independent compilations: I. a 12th-century MS of Sawley provenance (pp. 1-40, 73-252), and II. a 14th-century MS of Bury St Edmunds (pp. 253-642, 41-72). Neither is complete since part I belongs together with CCCC MS 66, and part II with CCCC MS 66A. This arrangement was made in the 16th century, when Matthew Parker took the Sawley and Bury St Edmunds manuscripts, split each of them, rebound the material and donated the combined second halves to Corpus Christi College.

  • s. xii – s. xiv
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff. 1. 27/ff. 253-471
Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff. 1. 27
Not yet published.
  • s. xii
Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff. 1. 27
Not yet published.
  • s. xiv
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff. 4. 8

A copy of Juvencus’ Evangeliorum libri quattuor, with glosses in Latin, Old Welsh and Old Irish

  • ix2 + x1
  • Núadu [scribe]
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff.1.27
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Gg.5.35
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Ii. 6. 11

Pocket gospel book produced around the tenth century, probably in Scotland; well known for containing additions in Scottish Gaelic (or Middle Irish).

  • s. x1
  • Cambridge, University Library, MS Kk 1.24