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Peritia volume 1 1982

Articles

  • Jørgensen, Jørgen Højgaard, Hagiography and the Icelandic bishop sagas, 1-16
  • Zettel, Patrick H., Saints' lives in Old English: Latin manuscripts and vernacular accounts: Aelfric, 17-37
  • Cross, J.E., Saints' lives in Old English: Latin manuscripts and vernacular accounts: The Old English Martyrology, 38-62
  • Wood, Ian, The Vita Columbani and Merovingian hagiography, 63-80
  • Sharpe, Richard, Vitae S. Brigitae: the oldest texts, 81-106
  • McCone, Kim, Brigit in the seventh century: a saint with three lives?, 107-45
  • Ó Riain, Pádraig, Towards a methodology in early Irish hagiography, 146-59
  • Picard, J.M., The purpose of Adomnán's Vita Columbae, 160-77
  • Ní Dhonnchadha, Máirín, The guarantor list of Cáin Adomnáin, 697, 178-215
  • Picard, J.M., The Schaffhausen Adomnán - a unique witness to Hiberno-Latin, 216-49
  • Connolly, Seán, Verbal usage in Vita Prima Brigitae and Bethu Brigte, 268-72
  • Herren, Michael, Insular Latin c(h)araxare (craxare) and its derivatives, 273-80
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Mo-Sinnu moccu Min and the computus of Bangor, 281-95
  • Doherty, Charles, Some aspects of hagiography as a source for Irish economic history, 300-28
  • MacDonald, A.D.S., Notes on terminology in the Annals of Ulster, 650-1050, 329-33

Notes

  • Byrne, Francis John, Onomastica 1: An Srádbhaile `Dundalk', 159
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Hiberno-Latin calcenterus, 296-97
  • Vries-Edel, D.R. de, Notes: Máeláin muilchi, 297-98
  • Ahlqvist, Anders, A Line in Líadan and Cuirithir, 334

Reviews

  • Page, R. I., A tale of two cities (A. P. Smyth, Scandinavian York and Dublin: the history and archaeology of two related Viking kingdoms. 2 vols. Dublin:Templekieran Press. 1975-79. 166pp; x+361pp), 335-51
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Pride and prejudice (The Durham Gospels (Durham, Cathedral Library, MS A. II. 17), Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 20. Edited by Christopher D. Verey, T. Julian Brown, and Elizabeth Coatsworth, with an appendix by Roger Powerll. 111pp+238 collotype pp + 4 colour plates. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger. 1980.), 352-62
  • Sharpe Richard, The Patrician documents (The Patrician texts in the Book of Armagh. Edited with introduction, translation and commentary by Ludwig Bieler with a contribution by Fergus Kelly. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae 10. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. 1979. viii+288pp. IEP15), 363-69
  • Nicholls, K. W., Anglo-French Ireland and afterwards (Robin Frame, Colonial Ireland, 1169-1369. Dublin: Helicon 1981; Art Cosgrove, Late medieval Ireland, 1370-1571. Dublin: Helicon 1981; T. E. McNeill, Anglo-Norman Ulster: the history and archaeology of an Irish barony, 1177-1400. Edinburgh: John Donald 1980), 370-403
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Insular Latin studies (Michael Herren (ed), Insular Latin studies: papers on Latin texts and manuscripts of the British Isles: 550-1066. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Papers in Medieval Studies I. xiv+226pp. GBP15.), 404-09
  • Ó Corráin, Donnchadh, Bibliographica (International medieval bibliography: 1980. Edited by Richard J. Walsh, directed by P. H. Sawyer. Leeds: University of Leeds. GBP45 (hardback), GBP39 (paperback); Irish historiography, 1970-79. Edited by Joseph Lee. Cork: Cork University Press for the Irish Committee of Historical Sciences. IEP12.00), 409-11.

Obituary

  • Keen, Maurice, Obituary: Denis Bethell, 412-14

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Peritia 2 1983

Articles

  • Brunner, Karl, Auf den Spuren verlorener Traditionen, 1-22
  • Dumville, David N., Some aspects of annalistic writing at Canterbury in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, 23-57
  • Daly, Kathleen, Some seigneurial archives and chronicles in fifteenth-century France, 59-73
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Early Irish annals from Easter tables: a case restated, 74-86
  • Nicholls, K.W., Fragments of Irish annals, 87-102
  • Moisl, Hermann, The Bernician royal dynasty and the Irish in the seventh century, 103-26
  • Ó Riain-Raedel, Dagmar, Twelfth- and thirteenth-century Irish annals in Vienna, 127-36
  • Sharpe, R., Were the Irish annals known to a twelfth-century Northumbrian writer? 137-39
  • Orton, P.R., King Alfred's prose Preface to the Old English Pastoral Care, 140-8
  • Keen, M.H., Chivalry and courtly love [Denis Bethell Memorial Lecture I], 149-69
  • Holtz, Louis, Les grammairiens hiberno-latins étaient-ils des Anglo-Saxons?, 170-84
  • Rittmueller, Jean, The Gospel commentary of Máel Brigte ua Máeluanaig and its Hiberno-Latin background, 185-214
  • Wasserstein, David, Semitica Hiberno-Latina, 215-24
  • Baumgarten, Rolf, A Hiberno-Isidorean etymology, 225-28
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, The Irish provenance of Bede's computus, 229-47
  • Dumville, David N., Motes and beams: two Insular computistical manuscripts, 248-56
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Sticks and stones - a reply, 257-60
  • McNeill, T.E., The Premonstratensian houses of Carrickfergus, White Abbey and Woodburn, 265-6
  • Nicholls, K.W., A charter of John, lord of Ireland, in favour of Matthew Ua Hénni, archbishop of Cashel, 267-76
  • Wamers, Egon, Some ecclesiastical and secular Insular metalwork found in Norwegian Viking graves, 277-306

Notes

  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, A fragment of Irish annals, 58
  • Ahlqvist, Anders, Un tour syntaxique hiberno-latin, 214
  • Byrne, F.J., Monastica et onomastica; *Dechrae, Mag nDechrad, 261-4

Reviews

  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Donatus. Finit Amen (Donat et la tradition de l'enseignement grammatical: Étude sur l'Ars Donati et sa diffusion (IVe -IXe siècle) et édition critique. Documents, Études et répertoires publiés par l'Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes. Paris 1982. 772pp. 8 plates. FRF600.) 307-311
  • Herren, Michael, Insular grammarians (Vivien Law, The Insular Latin Grammarians (Studies in Celtic History 3). Woodbridge: Boydell Press. xiv+131pp. GBP15.00.) 312-16

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Peritia 3 1984

Articles

  • Hillgarth, J.N., Ireland and Spain in the seventh century, 1-16
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí, Rath Melsigi, Willibrord and the earliest Echternach manuscripts, 17-42
  • Fanning, Thomas, Appendix: some field monuments in the townlands of Clonmelsh and Garryhundon, Co. Carlow, 43-49
  • Picard, Jean-Michel, .Bede, Adomnán and the writing of history, 50-70
  • McClure, Judith, Bede and the life of Ceolfrid, 71-84
  • James, Edward, Bede and the tonsure question, 85-98
  • Richter, Michael, Bede's Angli: Angles or English? 99-114
  • Ní Chatháin, Próinséas, Bede's Ecclesiastical History in Irish, 115-130
  • Campbell, James, Some twelfth-century views of the Anglo-Saxon past [Denis Bethell Memorial Lecture II], 131-150
  • McManus, Damian, Linguarum diversitas: Latin and the vernaculars in early medieval Britain, 151-188
  • Baumgarten, Rolf, The geographical orientation of Ireland in Isidore and Orosius, 189-203
  • Breen, Aidan, Some seventh-century Hiberno-Latin texts and their relationships, 204-214
  • Rittmueller, Jean, Afterword: the Gospel of Máel Brigte, 215-18
  • Wasserstein, David, Semitica Hiberno-Latina III: Symon Symeonis on the Sultan's slaves in Old Cairo, 219-21
  • Harrison, Kenneth, A letter from Rome to the Irish clergy, AD 640, 222-29
  • Sharpe, Richard, Some problems concerning the organization of the church in early medieval Ireland, 230-70
  • MacDonald, A.D.S., Aspects of the monastery and monastic life in Adomnán's Life of Columba, 271-302
  • Doherty, Charles, The basilica in early Ireland, 303-15
  • Byrne, Francis John, A note on Trim and Sletty, 316-19
  • Ó Riain, Pádraig, Samson alias San(c)tán?, 320-23
  • Manning, Conleth, St Buite, Mellifont and Toberboice, 324-5
  • Candon, Anthony, Ráith Bressail: a suggested identification, 326-9
  • Nicholls, K.W., Towards a new Monasticon Hibernicum I, 330-33
  • Ryan, Michael; Raghnall Ó Floinn; Nicholas Lowick; Michael Kenny; Peter Cazalet, Six silver finds of the Viking period from the vicinity of Lough Ennell, Co. Westmeath, 334-81
  • Ó Corráin, Donnchadh; Liam Breatnach; Aidan Breen, The laws of the Irish, 382-438
  • Breatnach, Liam, Canon law and secular law in early Ireland: the significance of Bretha Nemed, 439-59
  • De Pontfarcy, Yolande, Le Tractatus de Purgatorio Sancti Patricii de H. Saltrey: sa date et ses sources, 460-80
  • Brand, Paul A., King, church and property: The enforcement of restrictions on alienations into mortmain in the Lordship of Ireland in the later middle ages, 481-502
  • Haren, Michael J., Friars as confessors: the canonist background to the fourteenth-century controversy, 503-516
  • Wright, Glenn T., James F. Kenney (1884-1946), 517-34

Reviews

  • Nicholls, K.W., The land of the Leinstermen (Alfred P. Smith, Celtic Leinster: towards an historical geography of early Irish civilization, A. D. 500-1600. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1982. IEP20 ISBN 0 7165 0097 3.), 535-58
  • Davies, Wendy; David Tierney, Nouvelle Clio? (T.W. Moody, F.X. Martin, F.J. Byrne (ed), A chronology of Irish history to 1976: a companion to Irish history 1. A new history of Ireland 8. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1982. xii+591pp. GBP45.00.) 559-66
  • Ó Riain, Pádraig, The medieval Welsh (W. Davies, Wales in the early middle ages. Studies in the Early History of Britain. Leicester: Leicester University Press 1982. xiv+263pp. GBP22.00.) 567-69
  • Sharpe, R., Alfred for all (Simon Keynes, Michael Lapidge, Alfred the Great: Asser's `Life of King Alfred' and other contemporary sources, translated with an introduction and notes. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1983. 368pp. GBP2.95. ISBN 0 14044 409 2.) 570-72
  • Howlett, D.R., The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Simon Taylor (ed), The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a collaborative edition, Volume 4: MS B; a semi-diplomatic edition with introduction and indices. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1983. cxi+75pp. GBP19.50. ISBN 0 85991 104 7.) 573-75
  • John, Eric, Anglo-Saxon sanctity (D.W. Rollason, The Mildrith legend. Studies in the Early History of Britain. Leicester: Leicester University Press 1982. xii+171pp. GBP22.00.) 576-78
  • Nicholls, K.W., Medieval Anglo-Ireland (James Lydon (ed), England and Ireland in the later middle ages: essays in honour of Jocelyn Otway-Ruthven. Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1981. IEP17.50. ISBN 0 71650 070. G.O. Sayles, Scripta diversa. London: The Hambledon Press 1982. GBP22.00. ISBN 0 907628 125.) 579-84
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí; M.A.G. Ó Tuathaigh, Festschrift Breatnach (Pádraig de Brún, Seán Ó Coileáin, Pádraig Ó Riain (ed), Folia Gadelica. Cork: Cork University Press 1983. xiv+201pp. IEP18.00. ISBN 0 902561 243.) 585-89
  • O'Flanagan, Patrick, Landscape of the past (Terence Reeves-Smith, Fred Hammond (ed), Landscape archaeology in Ireland, Br Archaeol Rep Int Ser 116. 1983. 390pp. GBP17.00. ISBN 0 860542 165.) 590-92
  • Mac Niocaill, Gearóid, Historians present and past (D. Whitelock, R. McKitterick, D. Dumville (ed), Ireland in early medieval Europe: studies in memory of Kathleen Hughes. frontispiece, plates, x+406pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1982. GBP39.00. ISBN 0 521235 472. John Scott (ed), The early history of Glastonbury: an edition, translation and study of William of Malmesbury's De antiquitate Glastonie ecclesie. vii+224pp. Boydell Press 1981. GBP25.00. ISBN 0 85115 154 X.) 593-94

Obituaries

  • MacDonald, Aidan, Obituary: Deirdre Flanagan, 595-96
  • Nicholls, K.W.; Pádraig Ó Riain, Obituary: Anne O'Sullivan, 597-98

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Peritia 4 1985

Articles

  • Frendo, David, Sebeos and the Armenian historiographical tradition in the context of Byzantine-Iranian relations, 1-20
  • Dumville, David N., The West Saxon genealogical regnal list and the chronology of early Wessex, 21-66
  • Picard, Jean-Michel, Structural patterns in early Hiberno-Latin hagiography, 67-82
  • Enright, Michael J., Royal succession and abbatial prerogative in Adomnán's Vita Columbae, 83-103
  • Lapidge, Michael, Columbanus and the Antiphonary of Bangor, 104-16
  • Cameron, M.I., Aldhelm as naturalist: a re-examination of some of his Enigmata, 117-33
  • Wright, Neil, Imitation of the poems of Paulinus of Nola in early Anglo-Latin verse, 134-51
  • Sharpe, Richard, Latin and Irish words for `book-satchel', 152-56
  • Byrne, Paul, The community of Clonard from the sixth to the twelfth centuries, 157-73
  • McDonald, Aidan, Iona's style of government: the toponomastic evidence, 174-86
  • Nicholls, K.W., The charter of John, Lord of Ireland, to the Cistercian abbey of Baltinglas, 187-206
  • Clayton, Mary, Homiliaries and preaching in Anglo-Saxon England, 207-42
  • Orton, P.R., The battle of Brunanburh: Constantine's bereavement, 243-50
  • Gurevic, Aaron Ya., The west portal of the church of St Lazaire in Autun: the paradoxes of the medieval mind, 251-60
  • Laing, Lloyd, The romanization of Ireland in the fifth century, 261-78
  • Hamlin, Ann, The archaeology of the early Irish churches in the eighth century, 279-99
  • Hamlin, Ann, Archaeological survey: Donegal and elsewhere, 300-06
  • Baumgarten, Rolf, The kinship metaphors in `Bechbretha' and `Coibnes usci thairidne', 307-27
  • Richter, Michael, The European dimension of Irish history in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, 328-45

Reviews

  • O'Sullivan, William, Insular calligraphy: current state and problems (Timothy O'Neill, The Irish hand: scribes and their manuscripts from the earliest times to the seventeenth century, with an exemplar of Irish scripts. Introduction by Francis John Byrne. Dublin: Dolmen Press 1984. IEP17.50. ISBN 0 85105 411 0.), 346-59
  • Ganz, David, Codex Laudunensis 468 (John J. Contreni (ed),Codex Laudunensis 468, a ninth-century guide to Virgil Sedulius and the liberal arts, Armarium Codicorum Insignium 3. Turnhout: Brepols. 1984.), 360-70
  • Fontaine, Jacques, La question martinienne (Clare Stancliffe, St Martin and his biographer: history and miracle in Sulpicius Severus. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1983. xvi+396pp.) 371-77
  • Hanson, R.P.C., Germanus and Britain (E.A. Thompson, Saint Germanus of Auxerre and the end of Roman Britain. Bury St Edmunds: Boydell Press 1984. GBP19.50.) 377-79
  • Kerlouégan, F., Gildas (Michael Lapidge, David Dumville (ed), Gildas: new approaches. Studies in Celtic History 5. Woodbridge: Boydell Press 1984. 244pp.) 380-83
  • Frendo, David, Byzantine continuity (Ekkehard Eichoff, Macht und Sendung: byzantinische Weltpolitik. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta 1981.) 383-85
  • Richter, Michael, Carolingian studies (U.-R. Blumenthal (ed), Carolingian essays. Washington D.C. 1983. 249pp. USD25.95.) 385-8
  • Contreni-O'Brien, John J., Sedulius on Grammar (Bengt Löfstedt (ed), Sedulius Scottus: In Donati artem minorem, In Priscianum, In Eutychem. Grammatici Hibernici Carolini Aevi, pars III, 2, Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis, 40 C. Turnhout: Brepols 1977. xxxvi+154pp.) 387-90
  • Ó Corráin, Donnchadh, Res Celticae (Anne O'Sullivan (ed), The Book of Leinster 6. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies 1983. xv+383pp. IEP30.00. ISBN 0 901282/76/6. Celtica 16. Ed. Brian Ó Cuív. Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies 1984. 220pp.) 390-95
  • Ó Riain-Raedel, Dagmar, Irland im Mittelalter (Michael Richter, Irland im Mittelalter. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer 1983. 180pp. ISBN 3 17 007955 7.) 395-96
  • O'Brien, A.F., Medieval Anglo-Ireland (J. Lydon (ed), The English in medieval Ireland: proceedings of the first joint meeting of the Royal Irish Academy and the British Academy, Dublin, 1982. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy 1984. 168pp. ISBN 0 901714 31 3.) 396-400
  • Buttimer, Cornelius, Later Gaelic Manuscripts (Nessa Ní Shéaghdha (ed), Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the National Library of Ireland, Fasciculus VIII. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies 1984. iv+98pp. IEP9.00. ISBN 0 901282 79 0.) 400-01

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Peritia 5 1986

Articles

Notes

  • Wright, Neil, Imitation of the poems of Paulinus of Nola in early Anglo-Latin verse: a postscript, 392-96
  • Herren, Michael, The sighting of the host in Táin Bó Fraích and the Hisperica Famina, 392-99
  • Ireland, C.A., Boisil: an Irishman hidden in the works of Bede, 400-03
  • Wasserstein, David, Classical mythology in an eleventh-century Hispano-Muslim geographer, 404-08
  • Nicholls, K., Medieval Leinster dynasties and families: three topographical notes, 409-15
  • Candon, Anthony, Belach Conglais and the diocese of Cork, AD 1111, 416-18

Reviews

  • Hanson, R. P. C., A new star in the Patrician sky (Elena Malaspina, Patrizio e l'acculturaziona latina dell' Irlanda. Collana di Testi Storici 15. Rome: Japadre Editore l'Aquila, 1984. 370pp. LIT 22000. ISBN 88 7006 036 5. Elena Malaspina, Gli scritti di san Patrizio: alle origini del cristianesimo irlandese, Cultura Cristiana Antica: Collana di Testi e Studi diretta da Vittorino Grossi dell'Augustinianum. Rome: Edizioni Borla, 1985. 199pp. LIT 15000. ISBN 88 263 0648 6.) 419-22
  • Herren, Michael, Celtic-Latin bibliography (Michael Lapidge and Richard Sharpe, A bibliography of Celtic-Latin literature, 400-1200, Royal Irish Academy Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources: Ancillary Publications 1. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1985. xxii + 361pp. IEP30. ISBN 0 901 714 43 7) 422-27
  • Picard Jean-Michel, Donatus Ortigraphus (John Chittenden (ed), Donatus ortigraphus, Ars grammatica, Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Medievalis 40D: Grammatici Hibernici Carolini Aevi, pars 4. Turnhout: Brepols. 1982. lxii + 264pp.) 427-30
  • Stevenson, Jane, The Antiphonary of Bangor (Michael Curran MSC. The Antiphonary of Bangor. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. 1984. 272pp. IEP30. ISBN 0 716503 38 7.) 430-37
  • Ó Néill. Pádraig P., The ages of the world (Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, The Irish Sex aetates mundi. Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies. 1983. xi + 188. ISBN 0 901282 75 8.) 437-45
  • Ó Cróinín, D., The Irish abroad (Heinz Löwe (ed), Die Iren und Europa im früheren Mittelalter, Veröffentlichungen des Europa Zentrums Tübingen: Kulturwissenschaftliche Reihe. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1982. xviii + 1083pp, 21 plates, 1 map [in two vols]. DM 268. ISBN 3 12 915470 1.) 445-52
  • Remley, Paul, Geoffrey of Monmouth: in his own words? (The Historia Regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth, i: Bern, Burgerbibliothek, MS 568, edited by Neil Wright. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1985. lxv + 174 pp., 2 plates. GBP22.50 stg. ISBN 0 85991 211 6, ISSN 0267-2529.) 452-61
  • Ó Corráin, Donnchadh, Res Celticae (Whitley Stokes (ed), Félire Óengusso céli Dé: the martyrology of Oengus the Culdee, HBS 29. London 1905. Reprinted with the permission of the Society, Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies. 1984. IEP20. ISBN not given; Celtica 17. Ed. Brian Ó Cuív. Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies. 188pp. IEP15. ISBN 0 901282 83 9.) 461-67.

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Peritia 6-7 1987-88

Articles

Reviews

  • Bischoff, Bernard/ Francis Wormald, Collected writings, edited by J.J.G. Alexander, T.J. Brown, Joan Gibbs. I. Studies in medieval art from the sixth to the twelfth centuries. Oxford: Harvey Miller Publishers/ Oxford University Press, 1984. 253pp, 191 figures. 321-22
  • Ganz, David/ Bernhard Bischoff, Paléographie de l'antiquité romaine et du moyen âge occidentale, traduit par Hartmut Atsma et Jean Vezin. Paris: Grands Manuels Picard. 1985. 325pp, 23 plates. FRF 375. 323-25
  • McGurk, P./ H. de Bourdellès, L'Aratus Latinus: étude sur la culture et la langue latine dans le nord de la France au VIIIe siècle. Université de Lille III. 1985. 278 pp and 5 unnumbered illustrations. FRF 110. ISBN 2 86531 023 X. 325-27
  • Breatnach, Pádraig A./ Bengt Löfstedt (ed), Ars Ambrosiana: commentum anonymum in Donati partes maiores, Corpus Christianorum Series Latina 133C. Turnhout: Brepols 1982. xxvii + 228pp. BEF 2150/ 2500. 327-28
  • Rädle, Fidel/ B. Löfstedt, L. Holtz, A. Kibre (ed), Smaragdus, Liber in partibus Donati. Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis 68. Turnholt: Brepols. 1986. BEF 4250. 328-31
  • Winterbottom, Michael/ Michael W. Herren (ed), The Hisperica Famina ii: Related poems (Studies and Texts 85). Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. 1987. xvi + 226pp. CAD24. 331-32
  • Meehan, Bernard/ The Historia Brittonum: 3. The `Vatican' Recension, edited by David N. Dumville. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 1985. xx + 122pp. GBP22.50. ISBN 0 85991 203 5. 332-34
  • Thompson, E. A./ Elena Malaspina, Patrizio e l'acculturaziona latina dell' Irlanda. Collana di Testi Storici 15. Rome: Japadre Editore l'Aquila, 1984. 370pp. LIT22000. ISBN 88 7006 036 5. Elena Malaspina, Gli scritti di san Patrizio: alle origini del cristianesimo irlandese, Cultura Cristiana Antica: Collana di Testi e Studi diretta da Vittorino Grossi dell'Augustinianum. Rome: Edizioni Borla, 1985. 199pp. LIT15000. ISBN 88 263 0648 6. 334-36
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí/ E. A. Thompson, Who was saint Patrick? Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 1985. xv + 190pp. GBP15.00. ISBN 0 85115 428 X. 336-37
  • Roe, Harry/ Anders Ahlqvist (ed), The early Irish linguist: an edition of the canonical part of the Auraicept na nÉces, with introduction, commentary and indices (Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum 73) Helsinki: Societas Scientiarum Fennica. 1983. 81pp. ISBN 951 653 115 6. ISSN 0069 6587. 337-39
  • McNab, Susanne/ George Henderson, From Durrow to Kells: the Insular gospel-books 650-800 London: Thames & Hudson. 1987. 224pp. GBP35. 340-42
  • Ryan, Michael/ Martin Werner, Insular art: an annotated bibliography. Boston: G. K. Hall & Co. 395pp. USD68. ISBN 0 8161 8327 9. 342-43
  • Harbison, Peter/ Egon Wamers, Schmuck des frühen Mittelalters im Frankfurter Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte Frankfurt Museum: Archäologische Reihe 7. Frankfurt/Main, 198+84pp. DEM15. 343
  • Mitchell, Frank/ Judith Cuppage with I. Bennett, C. Cotter and C. O Rahilly, Archaeological survey of the Dingle peninsula. Suirbhé seandálaíochta Chorca Dhuibhne: a description of the field antiquities of the barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to the 17th century AD. Ballyferriter: Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne, 1986. xxii + 462pp, 242 figures, 78 plates. IEP20. ISBN 0 906096 06 5. 344-35
  • Wood, I. N./ J. N. Hillgarth, Christianity and paganism, 350-750: the conversion of Western Europe. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1986. xvii + 213pp. USD25.00/10.95. ISBN 0 8122 7993 X/ 0 8122 1213 4 (pbk). 345-46
  • Stoclet, Alain J./ Thomas F.X. Noble, The Republic of St Peter: the birth of the papal state 680-825. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 416pp, 5 illus. USD36.95. 346-47
  • King, P.D./ C.N.L. Brooke, Europe in the central middle ages: a general history of Europe. London: Longman. 1987. GBP17.50/8.95. ISBN 0 582 00533/0 582 49391. 347-48
  • Gerchow, Jan/ Martyn J. Whittock, The origins of England 410-600. London-Sydney: Croom Helm. 1986. 273pp. GBP25. 348-50
  • Gerchow, Jan/ Dieter Berg, England und der Kontinent: Studien zur auswärtigen Politik der anglonormannischen Könige im 11. und 12. Jahrhundert. Bochum: Verlag Dr. Dieter Winkler. 1987. 639pp. DEM120. ISBN 3 924517 18 5. 350-52
  • Smyth, Alfred P./ Nicholas Brooks, The early history of the church of Canterbury: Christ Church from 597 to 1066, Studies in the Early History of Britain. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1984. xiv + 402pp. GBP28. 552-53
  • Gerchow, Jan/ Eva-Andrea Wendebourg, Westminster Abbey als königliche Grablege zwischen 1250 und 1400 (Manuskripte zur Kunstwissenschaft 11). Worms: Wernersche Verlagsgesellschaft Worms. 1986. 258 pp, 37 sw-Abbildungen. 354-55
  • Rowland, Jenny/ Elissa Henken, Traditions of the Welsh saints. Bury St Edmunds: D.S. Brewer. 1987. 368pp. GBP29.50. ISBN 0 85991 221 2. 355-56
  • Fletcher, Alan J./ Peter Meredith, The Mary play from the N. town manuscript. London and New York. 1987. x + 185pp. GBP6.95. ISBN 0 582 49078 2. 356-57
  • Dolan, T. P./ W. R. J. Barron, English medieval romance (Longman Literature in English Series). London and New York: Longman. 1987. xiv + 288pp. GBP15.95/6.95. ISBN 0 582 49221 1/ 0 582 49220 3. 357-58
  • Dolan, T.P./ Michael Swanton, English literature before Chaucer (Longman Literature in English Series). London and New York: Longman. 1987. xii + 355pp. GBP17.50/7.95. ISBN 0 582 492416/ 0 582 492424. 458-59
  • de Courcy Ireland, John/ Timothy O'Neill, Merchants and mariners in medieval Ireland. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. 1987. 164pp. IEP20.00/8.95. ISBN 0 2165 2398 1/2399 X. 359-61
  • Simms, K./ K. W. Nicholls (ed), The O Doyne (Ó Duinn) manuscript: documents relating to the family of O Doyne (Ó Duinn) from Archbishop Marsh's Library Dublin MS Z. 4. 2. 19, with appendices (Survey of Irish Lordships: Special Volume). Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission. 1983. xvii + 217pp. IEP26. 361-62
  • Simms, K./ Poems on marcher lords from a sixteenth-century Tipperary manuscript, ed. Anne O'Sullivan, assisted by Pádraig Ó Riain. London: Irish Texts Society, vol. 53. 1987. xxviii + 146pp. GBP12 (IEP12, USD30). ISBN 1 870 166 53 1. 362-63
  • Ó Cíobháin, Breandán/ J. H. Andrews, Plantation acres: an historical study of the Irish land surveyor and his maps. Ulster Historical Foundation. 1985. xxiv + 462pp. (including 15 tables, 17 figures, 29 plates). GBP16.50. ISBN 0 901 905 35 6. 364-66

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Peritia 8 1994

Articles

Reviews

  • Charles-Edwards, T. M./ Maura Walsh and Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (ed), Cummian's Letter De controversia paschali, together with a related Irish computistical tract De ratione conputandi. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Studies and Texts 86. 1988. CAD31.00. ISBN 0 88844 086 3. 216-20
  • Lynch, Kevin M./ Michael W. Herren (ed), in collaboration with Shirley Ann Brown, The sacred nectar of the Greeks: the study of Greek in the West in the early middle ages. London: King's College London Medieval Studies 2, 1988. GBP17.00. xii + 313pp; 23 plates. ISBN 0 95130 851 3. ISSN 0 953217X. 220-25
  • George, Jodi-Anne/ J.M. Bately (ed), The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a collaborative edition iii, MS A; a semi-diplomatic edition with introduction and indices. Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer. 1986. clxxvii + 124pp. GBP29.50. ISBN 0 85991 103 9. 226-27
  • Richter, Michael/ David Dumville and Michael Lapidge (ed), The Annals of St Neots with Vita Prima Sancti Neoti = the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: a collaborative edition, xvii. Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer 1985. cxxxvi + 155pp. GBP25.00. 227-28
  • Scott, Brian/ Neil Wright (ed), The Historia regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth, ii: The first variant version: a critical edition. Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer. 1988. cxxi + 215pp. GBP35. ISBN 0 85991 212 4. ISSN 0267 2529 2. 228-31
  • Szarmach, Paul E./ Mary-Catherine Bodden (ed. & trans.), The Old English Finding of the True Cross. Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer. 1987. xii + 132pp. GBP22.50. ISBN 0 85991 198 5. 231-33
  • Sayers, William/ Hermann Pälsson and Paul Edwards (trans), Knytlinga saga: the history of the kings of Denmark. Odense: Odense University Press. 1986. 197pp. DKK150.00. ISBN 8 77492 571 7. 233-35
  • Sheehan, Michael M./ Art Cosgrove (ed), Marriage in Ireland. Dublin: College Press 1985. iv + 160pp. IEP6.00. ISBN 0 95109 720 2. 235-37
  • Barlow, Frank/ Marie-Thérèse Flanagan, Irish society, Anglo-Norman settlers, Angevin kingship: interactions in Ireland in the twelfth century. Oxford Historical Monographs. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1989. x + 350pp. GBP37.50. ISBN 0 19822 154 1. 237-39
  • De Pontfarcy, Yolande/ Paul Gerhard Schmidt (ed), Die Vision des Bauern Thurkill: Visio Thurkilli mit deutscher Übersetzung. Leipzig: Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft. 1987. 83pp ill. ISBN 3 52715 790 3. 239
  • De Courcy Ireland, John/ Seán McGrail, Ancient boats in N.W. Europe: the archaeology of water transport to 1500 A.D.. (Longman Archaeology Series). London: Longman 1987. xx+ 321pp. ill. maps. GBP49.00. ISBN/ISSN 0 58249 267 X. 239-40
  • O'Connell, Michael/ W. Groenman-van Waateringe and L.-H. Wijngaarden-Bakker (ed), Farm life in a Carolingian village: a model based on botanical and zoological data from an excavated site. Assen/Maastricht: Van Gorcum. 1987. viii + 129pp. 30 figures and 20 plates. NLG37.50. ISBN 9 02322 321 7. 240-41
  • Kelly, Fergus/ A.T. Lucas, Cattle in ancient Ireland (Studies in Irish Archaeology and History. Series editor: John Bradley). Kilkenny: Boethius Press 1989. xiii + 315pp. IEP28 (IEP19 paperback). ISBN 0 86314 146 3/0 86314 145 5. 242-43
  • Edwards, Nancy/ Etienne Rynne (ed), Figures from the past: studies on figurative art in christian Ireland in honour of Helen M. Roe. Dún Laoghaire: Glendale Press and Dublin: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 1987. 328pp. ISBN 0 90760 644 X. 243-46
  • Ryan, Michael/ S.T. Driscoll and M.R. Nieke (ed), Power and politics in early medieval Britain and Ireland. Edinburgh: University Press 1988. 218pp. GBP27.50. ISBN 0 85224 520 3. 246-48
  • Picard, Jean-Michel/ François Kerlouégan, Le De excidio Britanniae de Gildas. Les destinées de la culture latine dans l'Île de Bretagne au Vle siècle. Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne 1987. 900pp. FRF200. ISBN 2 85944 064 X. 248-50
  • Ní Mhaonaigh, Máire/ D. Simon Evans (ed) The Welsh Life of St David. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 1988. liv + 91pp. GBPl5.95. ISBN 0 70830 995 X. 250-52
  • Schneiders, Marc/ Owain Tudor Edwards, Matins, lauds and vespers for St David's day: the medieval office of the Welsh patron saint in National Library of Wales MS 20541 E. Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer 1990. xv + 224pp. GBP29.50. ISBN 0 85929 30. 252-54
  • Barry, Terry/ David H. Williams, Atlas of Cistercian lands in Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press 1990. xv + 153 pp, 65 maps, plans and plates. ISBN 0 70831 007 9. 254-55
  • George, Jodi-Anne/ Mette Pors (ed), The vitality of the Arthurian legend: a symposium: proceedings of the twelfth international symposium organized by the Centre for the Study of Vernacular Literature in the Middle Ages held at Odense University on 16-17 November, 1988. Odense: Odense University Press 1988. 122pp. DKK 150.00. ISBN 8 77492 689 6. 255-56
  • O'Meara, Patrick/ Robert O. Crummey, The formation of Muscovy, 1304-1613 (Longman History of Russia Series, General Editor: Harold Shukman). London and New York: Longman 1987. xv + 275pp, maps, plates, bibliography, index. GBP9.95. ISBN 0 58249 153 3. 256-58
  • O'Loughlin, Thomas/ David Knowles, The evolution of medieval thought, 2nd ed. by D.E. Luscombe and C.N.L. Brooke. London: Longmans 1988. xxvi + 337pp. GBP14.99. ISBN 0 58249 426 5 (paperback). 258-59
  • Johnston, Elva/ Aaron Gurevich, Historical anthropology of the middle ages. Ed. by Jana Howlett. Cambridge: Polity Press 1992. xv + 247 pp; 1 pl. GBP25.00. ISBN 0 74560 696 2. 260-62
  • McCone, Kim R./ K.H. Schmidt (ed), assisted by R. Ködderitzsch, Geschichte und Kultur der Kelten. Vorbereitungskonferenz 25.-28. Oktober l982 in Bonn: Vorträge. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag 1986. 289pp. DEM130 (bound), DEM96 (paperback). ISBN 3 53303 644 8 /3 53303 643 X. 262-67
  • Lambert, P.-Y./ Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Liam Breatnach, Kim McCone (ed), Sages, saints and storytellers: Celtic Studies in honour of Professor James Carney (Maynooth Monographs 2). Maynooth: An Sagart. 1989. xvi + 472pp. Portrait. IEP24. ISBN 1 87068 407 9. ISSN 0790 8806. 267-72
  • Ó Concheanainn, Tomás/ Nessa Ní Sheághdha (ed), Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the National Library of Ireland, fasc. 10: MSS G 434-G 500. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. 1987. iii + 140pp. IEP10.00. ISBN 1 85500 135 7. 272
  • Ó Concheanainn, Tomás/ Pádraig de Brún, Láimhscríbhinní Gaeilge: treoirliosta. Dublin: Institiúid Ard-Léinn Bhaile Átha Cliath. 1988. xi + 101pp. IEP6.00. ISBN 0 90128 297 9. 273

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Peritia 9 1995

Articles

Reviews

  • Dumville, David N./ Lisa M. Bitel, Isle of the saints, monastic settlement and christian community in early Ireland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 1990. xvi+269pp. USD28.95. ISBN 0 30142 471 2. 397-401
  • Wörner, Markus H./ Eva-Maria Engelen, Zeit, Zahl und Bild--Studien zur Verbindung von Philosophie und Wissenschaft bei Abbo von Fleury, Philosophie und Wissenschaft--Transdisziplinäre Studien 2. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter. 1993. vii+171pp. DEM 42.00. ISBN 3 11013 849 2. 402-03
  • Contreni, John J. /Richard A. Gerberding, The rise of the Carolingians and the Liber Historiae Francorum (Oxford Historical Monographs). Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1987. 209pp. 4 maps. GBP25. ISBN 0 19822 940 2. 403-08
  • Moyer, Anne E./ D. R. Howlett, The book of letters of Saint Patrick the Bishop: Libri epistolarum Sancti Patricii episcopi. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1994. 134pp. IEP27.50/USD39.50 IEP12.50/USD18.50 (pbk). ISBN 1 85182 135 8, 1 85182 137 6 (pbk). 408-09
  • Herren, Michael W./ Vivien Law (ed), History of linguistic thought in the early middle ages (History of Linguistic Thought in the Early Middle Ages 71). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 1993. GBP59.00. ISBN 9 02724 558 4. 409-12
  • Bitel, Lisa M./ John Ryan, Irish monasticism: origins and early development. Second edition. Blackrock [Co Dublin]: Four Courts Press. 1992. xv + 492pp. IEP37.50/14.95. ISBN 1 85182 112 0/ 1-85182-112-2. Brendan Lehane, Early Celtic christianity. London: Constable. 1994. 240pp.IEP8.99. ISBN 0 09473 160 8. 412-15
  • Johnston, Elva/ Maud Joynt, The Life of St Gall. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1923. 168pp. GBP5.95. ISBN 0 94799 291 X (pbk). Ailbe J. Luddy, The Life of St Malachy. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1994. Facsimile reprint of 1930 edition. vii+187pp. GBP8.95. ISBN 1 89785 343 2 (pbk). George Metlake, The Life and writings of St Columban 542?-615. Felinfach: J. M. F. Books. 1993. Facimile reprint of 1914 edition. ix+258pp. GBP9.95. ISBN 0 98160 304 3 (pbk). Denis O'Donoghue, Lives and legends of St Brendan the Voyager. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1994. A facsimile reprint of 1893 edition. 397pp. GBP11.50. ISBN 1-897853-35-1 (pbk). Kuno Meyer, The voyage of Bran. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1994. A facsimile reprint of 1895 edition. vii+99pp. GBP5.50. ISBN 1 89785 320 3 (pbk). Denis Murphy (ed), The Annals of Clonmacnoise being annals of Ireland from the earliest period to AD 1408. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1993. A facsimile of the 1896 edition. v+393pp. GBP12.95. ISBN 0-947992-99-5 (pbk). Whitley Stokes (ed), The Annals of Tigernach. In two volumes. Felinfach: Llanerch. 1993. Reprinted from Revue Celtique 16-18 (1895-97). GBP17.95. ISBN 0 94799 298 7 (pbk). 415-17
  • Brearley, Denis/ Bengt Löfstedt (ed), Sedulius Scottus. Kommentar zum Evangelium nach Matthäum 1.1-11.1. Vetus Latina, Aus der Geschichte der lateinischen Bibel 14. Freiburg: Verlag Herder. 1989. pp 1-306. ISSN 0571 9070. ISBN 3 45100 498 4. Bengt Löfstedt (ed), Sedulius Scottus. Kommentar zum Evangelium nach Matthäum 11.1 bis Schluss. Vetus Latina, Aus der Geschichte der lateinischen Bibel 19. Freiburg: Verlag Herder. 1991. pp 307-706. ISSN 0571 9070. ISBN 3 45121 933 6. 417-20
  • Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí/ Nancy Netzer, Cultural interplay in the eighth century: the Trier Gospels and the making of a scriptorium at Echternach. Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1994. 258pp. GBP45.00. ISBN 0 52141 255 2. 421-24
  • Ó Murchú, Máirtín/ Ailbhe Ó Corráin (ed), assisted by Jan Eric Rekdal, Proceedings of the third symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica held in Oslo 1-2 November 1991, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis Studia Celtica Upsaliensia 1. Uppsala 1994. 149pp. ill. maps. SEK145. ISSN 1104-5515. ISBN 9 15543 325 1. 424-28
  • O'Brien, E./ Elisabeth Okasha, Corpus of Early Christian inscribed stones of south-west Britain. Studies in the Early History of Britain. London: Leicester University Press 1993. x + 374pp. ill. 78 b/w plates. GBP65.00. ISBN 0 71851 475 0. 428-30
  • Winterbottom, Michael/ Otto Prinz, Die Kosmographie des Aethicus, MGH Quellen zur Geistesgeschichte des Mitterlalters 14. Munich 1993. viii+328pp. ISBN 3 88612 074 0. ISSN 0540 830X. 430-32
  • Ireland, Colin/ Patrick Sims-Williams, Religion and literature in Western England, 600-800. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1990. xv+448pp. GBP37.50. ISBN 0 52138 325 0. 432-34
  • Johnston, Elva/ Liam de Paor, Saint Patrick's world. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1993. vii+335pp. IEP25. ISBN 1 85182 118 X. 434-36
  • Kelly, Fergus/ Robin Chapman Stacey, The road to judgment: from custom to court in medieval Ireland and Wales. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1994. xvi+342pp. GBP42. ISBN 0 81223 216 X. 436-38
  • Ireland, Colin/ British Academy papers on Anglo-Saxon England, selected and introduced by E. G. Stanley. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1990, for the British Academy. xiii+354pp. ISBN 0 19726 084 5. 438-39
  • Ireland, Colin/ Charles D. Wright, The Irish Tradition in Old English literature. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 6. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1993. xiv+321pp. GBP 37.50. ISBN 0 52141 909 3. 446-54

Peritia 10 1996

INSULAR LATIN



EPIGRAPHY AND NUMBER



CENTRAL & LATER MIDDLE AGES



NOTES

Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Vikings I-III, 224, 236, 273
Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Congressio senadorum, 252
Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Ad Betha Colmáin maic Lúacháin, 50.5350

REVIEWS

David N. Dumville/ Kim McCone, Pagan past and christian present, 389-98;
David Howlett/ Aidan Breen, Ailerani Interpretatio mystica et moralis progenitorum Domini Iesu Christi, 398-400;
John Higgins/ Ludwig Bieler, Libri epistolarum sancti Patricii episcopi: introduction, text and commentary, 400-01;
John Higgins/ David Howlett, The book of letters of St Patrick the bishop: Liber epistolarum Sancti Patricii episcopi, 402-07;
D.P. McCarthy/ Marina Smyth, Understanding the universe in seventh-century Ireland, 407-10;
Dáibhí ÓúCróinín/ Richard Sharpe, Adomnán of Iona: Life of St Columba, 410-12;
Ursula Winter/ David Ganz, Corbie in the Carolingian renaissance, 412-16;
E. Gordon Whatley/ Mary Clayton & Hugh Magennis, The Old English Lives of St Margaret, 415-19.

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ANNALS & CHRONOLOGY

INSULAR LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

CANON LAW

ART & ARCHAEOLOGY

NOTES

  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Old-Norse place names I–II, 52, 187
  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Tír cumaile: omán ‘thistle’, 170
  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin: An Fheothanach ‘Feohanagh’, 334

REVIEWS

  • John J. Contreni/ Édouard Jeauneau (ed), John J. O’Meara & I. P. Sheldon-Williams (tr), Iohannis Scotti Eriugenae Periphyseon (De divisions naturae) liber quartus. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae 13. Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies. 1995. xliv+338 pp. ISBN 1-85500-175-6, ISSN 0332-4214.
  • Édouard A. Jeauneau (ed), Iohannis Scotti seu Eriugenae Periphyseon liber primus. Editionem nouam a suppositiciis quidem additamentis purgatam, ditatam uero appendice in qua uicissitudines operis synoptice exhibentur. Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis 161. Turnholt: Brepols. 1996. x+462 pp.
  • Édouard Jeauneau & Paul Edward Dutton, The autograph of Eriugena. Corpus Christianorum, Autographa Medii Aevi 3. Turnholt: Brepols. 1996. 224 pp. (16 figures + 99 illustrations).
  • D. P. Mc Carthy/ F. R. Stephenson, Historical eclipses and earth’s rotation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1997. xvi+557pp. GBP35.00. ISBN 0 521 46194 4. 378–81
  • John J. Contreni/ Paul Leo Butzer & Dietrich Lohrmann (ed), Science in western and eastern civilization in Carolingian times. Basel, Boston, and Berlin: Birkhäuser Verlag. 1993. x+609 pp. figs. CHF88.00.
  • François Dolbeau/ José Carracedo Fraga (ed), Liber de ortu et obitu patriarcharum. Corpus Christianorum Series Latina 108E. Turnholt: Brepols. 1996. 67*+132 pp. ISBN 2-503-50510-4 (hb) 2-503-50511-2 (pb). 385–89.
  • Reinhold F. Glei/ Vivien Law, Wisdom, authority and grammar in the seventh century: decoding Virgilius Maro Grammaticus. Cambridge: University Press, 1995. x+170 pp. GBP30.00. ISBN 0-521-47113-3. 390–96.
  • Bart Jaski/ Ludger Körntgen, Studien zu den Quellen der früh­mittel­alterlichen Bußbücher. Quellen und Forschungen zum Recht im Mittelalter 7. Sigmaringen: Thorbecke Verlag. 1993. xxiii+292pp. DM 98.00. ISBN 3-7995-6088-2. 39697.
  • P. D. King/ Ian Wood, The Merovingian kingdoms, 450–751. London: Longman. 1994. xii+395pp. GBP16.99. ISBN 0-582-49372-2. 39899.
  • P. D. King/ Julia M. H. Smith, Province and empire: Brittany and the Carolingians. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1992. xx+237pp. GBP35.00. ISBN 0-521-382858. 399–403.
  • Michael W. Herren/ Andy Orchard, The poetic art of Aldhelm. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 8. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1994. xiii+314 pp. 403–06.
  • George H. Brown/ »William D. McCready, Miracles and Venerable Bede. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies: Studies and Texts 118. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. 1994. xv+287pp. ISBN 0-88844-118-5. 406–09;
  • Paul E. Szarmach/ Fred C. Robinson & E. G. Stanley (ed), Old English verse texts from many sources: a comprehensive collection. Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 23. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger. 1991. 32+[228]pp. ISBN 87-423-0538 (hb), 87-432-0536 (pb). 409–11
  • Aideen O’Leary/ Hildegard L. C. Tristram, Early Insular preaching: verbal artistry and method of composition, Österr Akad Wiss, philosoph-hist Kl, Sitz-Ber 633, Veröff Kelt Komm Nr 11. Vienna 1995. 71pp. ISBN 3-7001-2194-6. 412.
  • Thomas O’Loughlin/ Richard Gameson (ed), The early medieval bible: its production, decoration, and use. Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1994. xiv+242 pp. GBP40.00. ISBN 0–521-44540-X. 413–15.
  • Dáibhí Ó Cróinín/ Bernhard Bischoff, Manuscripts and libraries in the age of Charlemagne. Translated by Michael Gorman. Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. xvii+193pp. GBP40.00. ISBN 0-521-38346-3. 416–18.
  • Hildegard L. C. Tristram/ Wolfgang Haubrichs. Die Anfänge: Versuche volkssprachlicher Schriftlichkeit im frühen Mittelalter (ca. 700-1050/60). Geschichte der deutschen Literatur von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn der Neuzeit I/1. 2nd rev. ed. Tübingen: Niemeyer. 1995. ix + 397pp.
  • Gisela Vollmann-Profe, Wiederbeginn volkssprachiger Schriftlichkeit im hohen Mittelalter (1050/60–1160/70). Geschichte der deutschen Literatur von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn der Neuzeit I/2. 2nd rev. ed. Tübingen: Niemeyer. 1994. viii+204 pp, 418–21.
  • Erich Poppe/ Hildegard L. C. Tristram (ed), (Re)Oralisierung. ScriptOralia 84. Tübingen: Günter Narr Verlag. 1996. 501pp. DM 148,-. ISBN 3-8233-­4574-5. 422–25.
  • Dáibhí Ó Cróinín/ Thomas Owen Clancy and Gilbert Márkus, Iona: the earliest poetry of a Celtic monastery. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1995. x+271pp. GBP12.95. ISBN 0-7486-0531-2. 425–27.
  • Bart Jaski/ Edel Bhreathnach, Tara: a select bibliography. Discovery Programme Reports 3. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy. 1995. ix+173pp. IEP9.95. ISBN 1-874045-35-6. 428–31
  • Elva Johnston/ C. E. Meek & M. K. Simms (ed), ‘The fragility of her sex’? Medieval Irish women in their European context. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1996. 208pp. ISBN 1-85182-206-2 (pbk). 431–34.
  • Nerys Ann Jones/ Huw M. Edwards, Dafydd ap Gwilym: influences and analogues. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1996. xii + 300 pp. ISBN 0-19-815901-3. 434–36.
  • A. Brian Scott/ C. W. Grocock and J. E. Siberry (ed), The Historia Vie Hierosolimitane of Gilo of Paris and a second anonymous author. Oxford Medieval Texts. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1997. lxiv+266 pp. GBP40.00. ISBN 0­-19-822274-2. 346–40.
  • Edwin W. H. Gifford/ Jonathan Wooding, Communication & commerce along the western sealanes AD 400-800. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 654. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum. 1996. pl+125. GBP27.00. ISBN 0-86054-843-0. 44042.
  • David N. Dumville/ Anna Bindley & Annaba Kilfeather, Archaeological inventory of county Carlow. Dublin: Stationery Office. 1993. x+128 pp. 4 plates. IEP11. ISBN 0-7076-0324-2. (County Archaeological Inventories 4, general editor P. David Sweetman) P. David Sweetman, Olive Alcock & Bernie Moran, Archaeological inventory of county Laois. Dublin: Stationery Office. 1995. x+171. 4 plates. IEP16. ISBN 0-7076-1631-X. (County Archaeological Inventories, 8, general editor P. David Sweetman). 443–47.
  • Roger Stalley/ Magne Malmanger, Laszlo Berczelly, & Signe Horn Fuglesang (ed), Norwegian medieval altar frontals and related material. Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia 11. Rome: Institutum Romanum Norvegiae. 1995. ISBN 88-7689-147-1. 447–49.
  • Bart Jaski/ Colmán Etchingham, Viking raids on Irish church settlements in the ninth century. Maynooth Monographs, Series Minor 1. Maynooth: Cardinal Press. 1996. vi+79pp. IEP10.00. ISBN 0-901519-944. 44951.
  • David N. Dumville/ Kim McCone & Katharine Simms (ed), Progress in medieval Irish studies. Maynooth: Department of Old Irish, Saint Patrick’s College. 1996. 275 pp. IEP16.00. ISBN 0 901519 35 9. 451–68.

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ANNALS AND GENEALOGIES

CANON LAW & CLERICAL THINKING

EARLY AND HIGH MIDDLE AGES

NOTE

  • Conleth Manning: Daire Mór and Longford Pass,270

REVIEWS

  • Christopher Grocock/ D. R. Howlett, The Celtic Latin tradition of biblical style. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1995. viii+ 400pp. IEP 35.00. ISBN 1-85182-143-0. 379–89.
  • Charles Doherty/ Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, Early medieval Ireland, 400–1200. Longman History of Ireland, General Editor: Steven G. Ellis. London and New York: Longman. 1995. xvi+379pp. GBP 48. ISBN 0-582-01566-9/ ISBN 0-582-01565-0. 388–94.
  • Colin Ireland/ Jane Roberts & Janet L. Nelson with Malcolm Godden (ed), Alfred the Wise: studies in honour of Janet Bately on the occasion of her sixty-fifth birthday. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer. 1997. xxii+277pp. GBP 49.50. ISBN 0-85991-5158. 394–96.
  • Colin Ireland/ Joseph Falaky Nagy, Conversing with angels and ancients: literary myths of medieval Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1997; Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 1997. xiv+356pp. IEP 35.00. ISBN 1-85182-303-4.396–400.
  • Dermot Moran/ Michael W. Herren (ed. & tr.), Iohannis Scotti Eriugenae carmina, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae 10. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. 1993. viii+184 pp. IEPI5.00. ISBN 1-85500-162-4. 400–403.
  • Nancy Edwards/ Matthew Stout, The Irish ringfort. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1997. 142pp. 33 figures, 16 plates. IEP19.95. ISBN 1-85182-300-X. 403–05.
  • Neil McLeod/Fergus Kelly, Early Irish farming. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies 1997. xix+751 pp. IEP16.00. ISBN 1-85500-180-2. 405–09.
  • Brendan Smith/ C. Harper-Bill (ed), Anglo-Norman Studies 20. Proceedings of the Battle Conference in Dublin 1997. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 1998. 256pp. GBP 40.00. ISBN 0-85115-573-1.409.
  • David Howlett/ James E. Cross (†) & Jennifer Morrish Tunberg (ed), The Copenhagen Wulfstan collection, Copenhagen Kongelige Bibliotek Gl. Kgl. Sam.1595. Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 25. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger. 1993. 62pp and plates. ISBN 87-423-0515-2 (paper cover), 87-423-0517-9 (cased). 410.
  • Thomas Owen Clancy/ Andrew Breeze, Medieval Welsh literature. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1997. 174pp. IEP 27.50/USD 40.00. ISBN 1-85182-229-1. 410–15.
  • Marina Passalacqua/ Rijcklof Hofman, The Sankt Gall Priscian commentary. 2 vols. 1 Introduction, books 1–5; 2 Translation, commentary, indices. Studien und Texte zur Keltologie (hg. Erich Poppe). Münster: Nodus Publikationen, 1996. 350+416pp. ISBN 389323-611-2. 415–17.
  • John J. Contreni/ Paul Edward Dutton and Herbert L. Kessler, The poetry and paintings of the First Bible of Charles the Bald. Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press. 1997. xii+138pp. 5 colour plates. 37 b/w plates. USD 67.00. ISBN 0-472-10815-8. 417–19.
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  • Dáibhí Ó Cróinín/ Michael W. Herren, Latin letters in early christian Ireland. Variorum Collected Studies Series C527. Aldershot: Ashgate Publications. 1996. xii+348pp. GBP 55.00. ISBN 0-86708-581-5. 422–24.
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INSULAR LATIN

ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY

MEDIEVAL VERNACULAR WRITINGS

THE CHURCH: FORMS AND INSTITUTIONS

NOTES

  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Ad Annals of the Four Masters, 823 - 24, 141
  • Caoimhín Ó Muirigh: Táilcentech ‘the monastery of Armagh’?, 309 - 310
  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin: Vikings IV: is Sceillec Old Norse?, 310 - 311

RIGHT OF REPLY

  • David Howlett: Response to Dr Christopher Grocock, 312 - 314

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  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin/ Terry Barry (ed), A history of settlement in Ireland. London & New York: Routledge. 2000 [1999]. GBP 25. ISBN 0415182085. 318 - 20.
  • John M. McCulloh/ Arno Borst, Die karolingische Kalenderreform, MGH Schriften 46. Munich: Monumenta Germaniae Historica. 1998. lvii+865pp. DM 180. IBN 3-7752-5446-3. 320 - 24.
  • Ann Buckley/ Barra Boydell (ed), Music at Christ Church before 1800: documents and selected anthems. A History of Christ Church, Dublin, 5 (Series Editor, Raymond Gillespie) Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1999. 284pp, 2 appendices; 15 plates. IEP 30. ISBN 1-85182-413-8. 324 - 27.
  • Gilbert Márkus/ John Carey, King of mysteries: early Irish religious writings. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 1998. 304pp. IEP 39.50. ISBN 1-85182. 340-9.
  • Jan Eric Rekdal/Margaret Cormack, The saints in Iceland—their veneration from the conversion to 1400, Subsidia Hagiographica 78. Brussels: Société des Bollandistes, 1994. xi+296pp; 1 foldout map. ISSN 0777-8112. ISBN 2-87365-006-0. 330 - 32
  • Thomas Owen Clancy/ Richard A. V. Cox, The language of the ogam inscriptions of Scotland: contributions to the study of ogam, runic, and roman alphabet inscriptions in Scotland. Scottish Gaelic Studies Monograph Series I. Aberdeen Department of Celtic, University of Aberdeen. Aberdeen. 1999. xviii+190pp. GBP 12.50. 332 - 41.
  • Thomas Owen Clancy/ Benjamin T. Hudson, Kings of Celtic Scotland. Contributions to the Study of World History 43. Westport CN & London: Greenwood Press. 1994. 197pp+xvii. GBP 49.50. ISBN 0-313-29087-3. 341 - 45.
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  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin/ Séamus Mac Mathúna & Ailbhe Ó Corráin (ed), Mis­cellanea Celtica in memoriam Heinrich Wagner, Studia Celtica Upsaliensia 2. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsa­liensis. 1997. 366pp, portrait and bibliography. ISBN 91-554-3951-9. ISSN 1104-5515. 354 - 56.
  • Marvin L. Colker/ Aires Augusto Nascimento & José Francisco Meirinhos, Catálogo dos códices da Livraria de Mão do Mosteiro de Santa Cruz de Coimbra na Biblioteca pública municipal do Porto. Porto: Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto. 1997. ISBN 972 634 089 6. 356 - 59.
  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin/ Thomas O’Loughlin (ed), The scriptures in Ireland, Instrumenta Patristica 31. Steenbrugge & Turnhout: Brepols. 1999. viii+332pp. BEF 3280. ISBN 2-503-50842-1. 360 - 62.
  • Patrick McGurk/ David Rollason (ed), Symeon of Durham. Historian of Durham and the North, Studies in North-Eastern History 3. Stamford, Lincs: Shaun Tyas. 1998. xx+362 pp, 10 figures and 64 plates. GBP 65.00. ISBN 1-871615-96-8. 363 - 66.
  • David Frendo/ Irfan Shahîd, Byzantium and the Arabs in the sixth century, i: pt I, Political and mili­tary history; pt II, Ecclesiastical history. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. 1995. xxx+1 - 689pp, x+691 - 1035pp. USD 75. ISBN 0 - 88402 - 214 - 5. 366 - 70
  • Donnchadh Ó Corráin/ Brendan Smith (ed), Britain and Ireland, 900 - 1300: Insular responses to medieval European change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1999. xv+283pp. GBP35. ISBN 0-521-57319-X. 371 - 75
  • John Gillingham/ Matthew Strickland, War and chivalry: the conduct and perception of war in England, and Normandy 1066 - 1217. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1996. xxv +387pp. 3 maps and 17 black and white illustrations. 375 - 77.

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