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Manuscript witnesses

MS
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 279 
incl. Latin glosses (CCCC 279), Irish glosses (CCCC 279), Old Breton glosses (CCCC 279)   Collection of excerpts from Exodus, Leviticus (headed Incipit de Levitico, p. 121), Numbers and Deuteronomy. Contains Latin and some Irish glosses and one Old Breton gloss (p. 134.2).
in section: p. 106–p. 155.15
MS
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 3182 
rubric: Incipiunt verba pauca tam de episcopo quam de presbitero aut de omnibus ecclesie gradibus et de regibus et de mundo et terra   
p. 1–p. 13

Sources

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[ed.] Meeder, Sven, “The Liber ex lege Moysi: notes and text”, Journal of Medieval Latin 19 (2009): 173–218.
Based on A, with variants from the other three manuscripts.

Secondary sources (select)

Meeder, Sven, “The Liber ex lege Moysi: notes and text”, Journal of Medieval Latin 19 (2009): 173–218.
Kottje, Raymund, “Der Liber ex lege Moysis”, in: Próinséas Ní Chatháin, and Michael Richter (eds), Irland und die Christenheit: Bibelstudien und Mission. Ireland and Christendom: the Bible and the missions, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1987. 59–69.
Kottje, Raymund, Studien zum Einfluß des alten Testamentes auf Recht und Liturgie des frühen Mittelalters, 6.–8. Jahrhundert, Bonner Historische Forschungen, 23, Bonn: Ludwig Röhrscheid, 1964.
esp. 7–43
Fournier, Paul, “Le Liber ex lege Moysi et les tendances bibliques du droit canonique irlandais”, Revue Celtique 30 (1909): 221–234.
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