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location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.K. Abbott & E.J. Gwynn, Catalogue of the Irish manuscripts in theLibrary of Trinity College, Dublin (Dublin, 1921), 307.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: poetry, Auraicept na nÉces, medical treatises.description: 15th or 16th century.Royal Irish AcademyDublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 475 (24 P 25): Leabhar Chlainne Suibhnelocation: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.F. O'Rahilly et al., Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal IrishAcademy (Dublin, 1926-1970), fasc. 10, 1242-54.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: religious texts, genealogy, late medieval poetry.description: written in 1513-14, 1532-44 and later in Ulster.Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 476 (23 O 48a/b): Liber FlavusFergusiorumlocation: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.F. O'Rahilly et al., Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal IrishAcademy (Dublin, 1926-1970), fasc. 10, 1254-73.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: narrative and ecclesiastical texts, poetry.description: written ca. 1437-40 in Connacht.Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 535 (23 P 2): Book of Lecanlocation: isos; facsimile (University Library City Centre)call no. facsimile: Utrecht University Libraryfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.F. O'Rahilly, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy(Dublin, 1926-1970), fasc. 13, 1551-1610.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: secular and ecclesiastical narratives, genealogy, poetry, etc.description: written in the period up to 1417-18 in Connacht.Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 536 (23 P 12): Book of Ballymotelocation: isos; facsimile (University Library City Centre)call no. facsimile: Utrecht University Libraryfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.F. O'Rahilly, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy(Dublin, 1926-1970), fasc. 13, 1610-55.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: secular and ecclesiastical narratives, genealogy, poetry, etc.description: written ca. 1384-1406 in Connacht.Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 967 (23 N 10)location: facsimile (University Library City Centre)call no.: Utrecht University Library


call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: Féilire Beag, martyrologies, law.description: 15th and/or 16th centuries.Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 1243 (23 Q 6)location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: T.F. O'Rahilly, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy(Dublin, 1926-1970), fasc. 27, 3440-... Semi-diplomatic edition: D.A. Binchy (ed.)Corpus iuris Hibernici. 6 vols (Dublin 1978) iv, 1139-1234.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: legal tracts.description: 15th and/or 16th centuries.National Library of IrelandDublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 1location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Macháin, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 1-12.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: miscellaneous ecclesiastical, narrative, genealogical and chronological texts.description: late 16th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 2-3: Ó Cianáin Miscellanylocation: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 12-28.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: genealogies, prosody, law tract, verse.description: mostly written in 1344-45.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 4: YBL cols. 959-998location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 28-31.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: tales.description: see Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1318 (H.2.16) above.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 5-6location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-).call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: Life of St Féchín; annals (Mac Carthaigh’s Book); Book of Rights;chronological tracts.description: 15th-16th century.


Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 7location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 36-41.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: narratives (also from Cín Dromma Snechtai); dindshenchas, verse.description: 16th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 8: Book of Éumann Ó Bolgaoilocation: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 41-57.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: medical texts, mostly in Latin; see also NLI G 11, 12 and 13, available onISOS.description: 16th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 9location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 57-60.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: hagiography.description: late 15th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 10location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 1, 60-65.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: Lebor Gabála; Cath Maige Lena; Félire Óenguso; religious texts.description: 16th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 50location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: isos; N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts inthe National Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-), fasc. 2, 66-68.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: the poems of Blathmac, Amra Choluim Chille; Amra Senáin; devotionalverse.description: 17th century.Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 53location: isosfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: N. Ní Shéaghdha & P. Ó Machaín, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in theNational Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1967-...), fasc. 2, 71-72.


EDINBURGHEdinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.1(Gaelic MS I)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: pt. 2, fol. 8-13catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 106-8.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: tales, mostly related to Lebor Gabála.description: 14th century?Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.5(Gaelic MS V)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: fol. 6-10catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 80-81, 130-34.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: tales about John the Baptist and St. Paul, Aided Chonchobuir, the fourManannans, genealogy of Finn, tales, anecdote about Morrígan.description:Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.6(Gaelic MS VI)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: fol. 1-11 (complete manuscript)catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 110-12.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: mainly genealogies, religious tales.description:Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.7(Gaelic MS VII)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: fol. 4-5, 11catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 112.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: Cóir anmann, origin legends, Auraicept na nÉces.description:


Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.19(Gaelic MS XIX)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: fol. 1-3catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 136-8, 200.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: poems on Jason and on Irish kings.description:Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library), Adv. Ms 72.1.28(Gaelic MS XXVIII)location: photocopies (University Library City Centre)folios: fol. 1-4, 9-10catalogue: E.D. Yeo, Summary catalogue of the Advocates’ manuscripts, NationalLibrary of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1971). (included); Donald MacKinnon, A descriptivecatalogue of Gaelic manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh, and elsewherein Scotland (Edinburgh 1912), 113-4, 138-9.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Librarycontent: synchronisms, poetry, talesdescription:Edinburgh, University Library MS 56 (Celtic Psalter)location: facsimilecall no. facsimile: Utrecht University Libraryfolios: completecatalogue:content: Psalter (first 50 psalms)description: 11th century.LEIDENLeiden, MS Codex Vossianuslocation: microfilm (University Library City Centre)call no. facsimile: Utrecht University Libraryfolios: 1-9catalogue:content: Fled Bricrend; Finn and the Phantomsdescription:MUNICHMunich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14276, 14277location: microfilm (University Library City Centre)folios:catalogue: K. Bierbrauer, Die vorkarolingischen und karolingischen Handschriften derBayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Wiesbaden, 1990). (included)content: Reference Bible / Bibelwerk, cf. Gerard MacGinty, Inter pauca problesmata...Corpus Christianorum. Continuatio mediaevalis vol. 173 (Turnhout 2000).description: 9th century, see Michael Lapidge and Richard Sharpe, A bibliography ofCeltic-Latin literature (Dublin, 1985) 205.


NEW YORKNew York, Columbia University, Butler Library, Plimpton MS 54 (frag.), rectolocation: internetfolios: 1 foliocatalogue:content: Laidcenn: Eglogae moralium Gregorii in Iob.description: 8th century.OXFORDOxford, Bodleian Library, Hatton 42 part Alocation: microfilm (University Library City Centre)folios:catalogue: R.W. Hunt et al., A summary catalogue of Western manuscripts in theBodleian Library at Oxford. 7 vols (Oxford, 1895-1953) vol. 2, part 2, 848 (nr. 4117).call no.: Utrecht University Librarycontent: Collectio Canonum Hibernensis recension B, medieval Welsh law in Latin,Canones Adomnani, Institutions of Gaius (Epitome).description: written in the second half of the 9th century in Brittany.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ir. e. 4location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 33-41.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: verses and tales in Irish.description: transcribed 1799-1819.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ir. e. 6location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 43-45.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Irish history and genealogy.description: transcribed in the early 18th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud 610location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 62-87.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Irish tales, genealogies, hagiography, ecclesiastical literature, poetry, etc.description: a miscellany assembled mostly in 1453 and 1454 in Carrick, Pottlerathand elsewhere for Edmund Butler (d. 1464). The two main scribes copied out earliermaterials including genealogies and legends, partly from the Saltair of Cashel (nowlost), and also incorporated (fols. 59-72, 123-146) 'The Book of the White Earl',which had been made with finely decorated initials between 1410 and 1452 forEdmund's uncle James Butler, 4th earl of Ormond (d. 1452). Two leaves of the


manuscript, with dindshenchas texts, is now bound in TCD MS 1436 (E.4.1) pp. 85-88.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud 615location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 88-101.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: poems in Irish ascribed to or about St. Columba (Colum Cille).description: first half of the 16th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 475location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 101-4.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: A narrative in Irish on the Norman conquest of Ireland, based on an Englishversion of Giraldus Cambrensis' Expugnatio Hibernica, with (pp. 105-28) medievaland early modern poems in Irish.description: early 17th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B 485location: microfilm (University Library City Centre)folios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 115-9,who at p. 116 also refers to Charles Plummer, 'On the two collections of Latin Livesof the saints in the Bodleian Library, Rawl. B. 485 and Rawl. B. 505', Zeitschrift fürceltische Philologie 5 (1905) 429-54, and other literature.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Hiberno-Latin hagiography.description: oldest manuscipt of the Collectio Oxoniensis, written between 1375 and1394.Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B 486location: microfilm (University Library City Centre)folios: full manuscript (the Irish section is ff. 23-75)catalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 119-34.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: poetry, genealogies, regnal lists, history.description: written at least for a part written in Munster between 1369 and 1400.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 488location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 141-53.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Annals of Tigernach; 'Miscellaneous Irish annals', excerpts from Latin annalsfrom England; late medieval memoranda.


description: late 14th century, 15th century, 17th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 489location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 153-63.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Annals of Ulster.description: early 16th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 502location: internet; facsimile (University Library City Centre)call no. facsimile: Utrecht University Libraryfolios: full manuscript (fols. 105-171, further blank leaves of Sir James Ware's time,are not reproduced on the website or in the facsimile.)catalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 163-200.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: miscellany of texts in Irish and Latin in two main parts, (fols. 1-12) IrishWorld-Chronicle, late 11th or early 12th century, and (fols. 19-89) genealogies, legaltexts, narrative tales and many short pieces in verse and prose including materialson Irish saints and kings.description: first part ca. 1100 (with interpolation hand H which is also in Lebor nahUidre, see above), second part ca. 1130, with (fols. 13-18, 90-103) paper leavesadded by Sir James Ware with transcripts made in the 1640s of documents relatingto Ireland.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 503location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 201-7.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Annals of Inisfallen.description: a chronicle in Latin and Irish of world and Irish history from a Munsterviewpoint, first transcribed to 1092 from earlier records, which perhaps were kept atEmly, Co. Tipperary, and supplemented by more than forty hands up to the 15thcentury, probably at the island monastery of Inisfallen, Killarney.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 506location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 215-23.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: genealogy, dindshenchas and law.description: 14th and 17th centuries.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512location: internetfolios: full manuscript


catalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 223-54.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: miscellany of prose and verse in Irish and Latin, including stories about St.Patrick, St. Brigit and other Irish saintsdescription: 15th and early 16th centuries, made up of five originally separate partsnow somewhat disordered.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 514location: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: Brian Ó Cuív, Catalogue of the Irish language manuscripts in the BodleianLibrary at Oxford and Oxford college libraries. 2 vols (Dublin 2001, 2003), i 261-74.call no. catalogue: Utrecht University Library, also available via DIAS.content: Manus O'Donnell, Irish Life of St. Colum Cille; bardic poetrydescription: mid-16th century.Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS 572: Codex Oxoniensis Posteriorlocation: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: .call no. catalogue: .content: miscellany of booklets, mostly in Latin but including glosses etc. in Cornish,Welsh and Old English, e.g. the grammatical tract De Raris Fabulis, with Welsh wordsand glosses.description: 9th and 10th centuries with 11th-century additions, later belonging atleast in part to St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury.Oxford, Jesus College, MS 111: Red Book of Hergestlocation: internetfolios: full manuscriptcatalogue: .call no. catalogue:content: mainly prose, e.g. translated texts of Troy and Charlemagne, Brut yTywysogion, stories from the Mabinogion, Welsh traids, medical texts, proverbs,poetry (nature, Llywarch Hen cycle).description: ca. 1380-1410.SANKT GALLENSankt Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 904: Sankt Gallen Priscianlocation: internetcatalogue: .call no. catalogue:content: copy of Priscian's Institutiones Grammaticae with over 9000 glosses, almost3500 of them in Old Irish.description: ca. 845.note on manuscripts on the internet: Copyright, rights in the nature of copyright andall other intellectual property rights worldwide in the images of these manuscriptsare reserved to the relevant institutions. isos requires postal registration before thelarge images can be accessed, cf. this registration form.


AIM and SCOPEThe semi-acronym IMMURGU stands for <strong>Insular</strong> <strong>Medieval</strong> <strong>Manuscripts</strong><strong>Reproduction</strong> <strong>Guide</strong> University of Utrecht. The Old-Irish word immurgu or immorromeans 'however, moreover, well, then, indeed' and the like, and is often used inmedieval Irish literature.The IMMURGU project is an aid for students and researchers of insular manuscriptsat the University of Utrecht. It provides them with an up-to-date list of all themanuscripts on microfilm, as photocopy, on the internet and as facsimiles that areavailable for study at the University Library, specifically the Library of the Faculty ofArts (University Library City Centre). It furthermore provides information about thewhereabouts of catalogues. The list is ordered according to the locality of its library.Access to manuscript materials is important for the study of 'insular' literature andalso images. Especially in the case of medieval Irish literature there are manyimportant manuscripts which are not available in a diplomatic edition, and there aremany texts which have not or inadequately been edited according to modernstandards. The availability of digitally scanned images on the internet, for exampleby ISOS (Irish Script of Screen) or the Bodleian Library in Oxford, is a great help tostudents and researchers. But not all manuscripts are available that way, nor arehard-copies always of a good enough quality to make study or transcription easy.Facsimiles, microfilms and photocopies of (parts of) manuscripts are thus stillimportant for the study of medieval insular literature.Most of the facsimiles at the Library of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Utrechtcome from the collection of A. G. van Hamel, who was the first professor of CelticStudies in the Netherlands from 1923 until his death in 1945. The microfilms ofmanuscripts of various libraries and photocopies from manuscripts of the NationalLibrary of Scotland in Edinburgh have been purchased from a grant from the boardof the UU <strong>Medieval</strong> Studies Prestige Masters in 2004. They have been selectedaccording to the importance of texts, whether in Irish and Hiberno-Latin, for thestudy of medieval Irish literature. In most cases these manuscripts contain textswhich have not yet been edited. Two microfilms come from a private collection.On the IMMURGU list all facsimiles and photocopies of insular manuscripts availableat the Library of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Utrecht are listed, and allmicrofilms of insular manuscripts, added with those manuscripts (in insular or otherscript) which happened to be on the same reels as the one which was purchased.The other manuscripts are also mentioned on the IMMURGU list, so that theiravailability is not hidden for those who wish to study them. Of the digital images ofmanuscript materials available on the internet, a selection is made of for examplethe material available on ISOS, since inclusion of all the material available on ISOSwould make the list too long for its present purposes. Most attention is given tomanuscripts with medieval Irish literature.The basic list on IMMURGU and its format were prepared by Sven Meeder from agrant from the board of the UU <strong>Medieval</strong> Studies Prestige Masters in 2005. It is theintention to keep the list on IMMURGU up to date, and add new purchases orwebsites if necessary. Basic information about insular script and how to transcribe it,and a list of insular manuscripts in the vernacular with their dates, scribes, contents


and secundary literature, may also be added to the project, provided there is time toproduce them. It is hoped that the IMMURGU project gives students and scholars thetools to work with insular manuscript materials and makes study of the medievalCeltic and related literatures easier. For relevant websites, see the Dutch website onInternetbronnen Keltisch.Finally a word on making copies of manuscript materials. All reproductions areavailable for private studies only, and it is only for this purpose that they are madeavailable by the Library of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Utrecht. Publicationof (parts of) manuscripts in books, journals, on the internet or any in other printedor digital manner is strictly forbidden without the permission of the library in whosekeeping the manuscript in question is, and who own the copyright thereof. See alsothe note at the end of the IMMURGU list.Bart Jaski6-9-2005CALL NUMBERS FOR MICROFILMS AT UTRECHT UNIVERSITY LIBRARYPhotocopyLBKEL 1 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.1LBKEL 2 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.5LBKEL 3 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.6LBKEL 4 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.7LBKEL 5 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.19LBKEL 6 Edinburgh, National Library (from Advocate's Library),Adv. Ms 72.1.28MicrofilmLBKEL 7 Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 279 (includingappendix)LBKEL 8 Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14277LBKEL 9 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1337 fols 458-einde (2 rolls)LBKEL 10 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1316LBKEL 11 Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14276LBKEL 12 Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B 486LBKEL 13 Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B 485LBKEL 14 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1337 fols 1-457LBKEL 15 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1219, 1220, 1221, 1226,1298/1LBKEL 16 Oxford, Bodleian Library, Hatton 42 part ALBKEL 17 Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 1226-1237LBKEL 18 Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1336/1-6LBKEL 19 Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 153LB KEL 20 Cardiff, National Library of Wales, Peniarth 16

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