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Book of Armagh : the Patrician documents / introduction by Edward Gwynn
Bib ID 118434
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Book of Armagh
Description Dublin : Stationery Office, 1937 
1v. (unpaged). facsims. 
Series

Facsimiles in collotype of Irish manuscripts ; 3.

Notes

Copy of manuscript held in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.

Inscribed by Ferdomnach in Latin or Old Irish.

Subjects Patrick, - Saint, - 373?-463?  |  Manuscripts - Ireland.
Other authors/contributors Gwynn, Edward  |  Ferdomnach
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Patrician documents

Patrician documents.

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