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Part of region: France

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3 manuscripts.    
City Library Shelfmark/section Contents Script Dating Origin Categories Images
CambridgePembroke College312C (ff 3, 4)Pseudo-Augustine, Quaestiones in Vetus et Novum Testamentum825Paris (?) (circle of Dúngal)
MilanBiblioteca AmbrosianaC 74 sup.Venantius Forunatus; Arator; Paulinus Nolanus, etc.Caroline minusculec. 825Paris area (written for Dúngal)Sb Embedded IIIF images available
ParisBibliothèque nationale de FranceLat. 13026 (ff 121–181)Eutyches, Cruindmel, Donatus Ortigraphus, Ars Malsachani (ff 161r–181v), etc.IX 1/4CorbieV T Link to images availableEmbedded IIIF images available

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Manuscript dates (approx.)

5006007008009000123453 MSS

Page sizes

Data available for 2 manuscripts (66% of this list).
Height range: 265–300 mm (average 282 mm). Width range: 57–185 mm (average 121 mm).
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Folio count

Data available for 2 manuscripts (66% of this list). Range of folio numbers: 2–61 (average 31).
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Pádraic Moran, Manuscripts with Irish Associations (MIrA), version 0.5 dev (2023) <> [accessed 24 July 2024]