Earliest extant copy of the Annals of Clonmacnoise.
- Anonymous [scribe of Armagh, Robinson Library, MS A], Roderic O'Flaherty
A lost source named for Dub Dá Leithe, abbot of Armagh (fl. 1049-1064). It is referred to by the Annals of Ulster, s.a. 630, 963, 1004 and 1021, and the copy of Baile in Scáil in Rawlinson B 512, f. 101r.
- s. ximed
- c. 807
- Fer Domnach
Illuminated Irish gospel codex probably produced at Armagh in the 12th century.
- s. xii1
Twelfth-century Irish gospelbook written at Armagh by Máel Brigte úa Máel Úanaig, including an interlinear and marginal commentary on parts of the Gospels (glosses and some notes), with four Irish poems and a number of single-quatrain verses, a scribal colophon, and two portraits of Evangelist symbols (Mark and Luke).
- s. xii1
- Máel Brigte húa Máel Úanaig
An Irish manuscript of the Four Gospels, which was commissioned or written by Máel Brigte mac Tornáin (d. 927), abbot of Armagh, for whom the gospelbook is named. A later inscription provides evidence that it had found its way into England by the early 10th century and that Æthelstan, king of England (r. 924-939), apparently its owner, donated it to Christ Church, Canterbury.
- s. ixex / s. xin
- Máel Brigte mac Tornáin, Koenwald [bishop of Worcester]