Irish hagiographical writing (lives, passions, homilies, miracle stories, etc.) about (non-Irish) European saints who were supposed to have lived after the events described in the Bible, from the early Christian martyrs to Francis of Assisi. The material to be covered is concerned with the following saints: Albertus, Alexius, Barlaam and Josaphat, Catherine, Christopher, Cirycus and Julitta, Eulalia, Eustace (Eustachius), Francis of Assisi, George, Gregory the Great, Gregory Thaumaturgus, James Intercisus, Jordanus, Juliana, Lawrence (Laurentius) of Rome, Marcellinus, Margaret of Antioch, Martin of Tours, Mary of Egypt, Paphnutius and Onophrius, Sebastian, the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus, pope Silvester and Constantine, and Thomas of Canterbury. Ch. Plummer’s overview in his Miscellanea hagiographica hibernica serves as a convenient starting point. Fraser’s edition of St Christopher’s passion will be transcribed in TEI XML format.