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A Bibliography of Celtic-Latin Literature 400-1200

by  Michael LapidgeRichard Sharpe
€40.00

Book Details

Published by Royal Irish Academy

January 1985

Hardback

Number of pages: 361

ISBN: 0901714437

This work provides as complete a list as possible of Latin texts written during the early Middle Ages on Celtic territory or by Celts abroad. Each entry adverts to MSS (where appropriate), printed editions, notices in other standard repertories, and bibliographies of secondary literature. The book is an ancillary volume to the Royal Irish Academy’s “Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources” project, whose main publications are detailed here.

About the authors

Michael Lapidge

Michael Lapidge is an Emeritus Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. He is a scholar in the field of Medieval Latin literature, particularly that composed in Anglo-Saxon England during the period 600–1100 AD. He is joint author of A Bibliography of Celtic-Latin Literature 400-1200 (1985).

Richard Sharpe

Richard Sharpe is a Professor of Diplomatic in the History Faculty at the University of Oxford. His research interests are broadly the history of medieval England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. He has a special concern with first-hand work on the primary sources of medieval history, including palaeography, diplomatic, and the editorial process. He is the editor of Roderick O Flaherty's Letters 1696-1709 (2013).