Carolingian manuscript containing materials relating to Latin grammar.
- s. viii/ix
Transcript of John Lynch’s De praesulibus Hiberniae from Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, MS 1869.
- s. xvi4/4 / s. xvii1/4
Manuscript (middle of the 14th century) commissioned by Jean Trisse for the Carmelite convent of Nîmes, of which he was a friar, and copied in Paris by Henri Dahelou, a Breton clerk of the diocese of Quimper. It contains a number of works of Carmelite interest, including some composed by Jean Trisse. The first explicit in the manuscript is followed by a Middle Breton proverb.
- Henri Dahelou
- various ages
- s. ix2 / s. xi
Manuscript of John Lynch’s De praesulibus Hiberniae, which was written in exile in France and remained unpublished after his death (c.1677). It appears to have been the work of a French scribe.
- s. xviiex
- s. xv
- Flaithrí [scribe of Paris MS 1/2]
- s. xv?