Irish Canons I

DE DISPUTATIONE HIBERNENSIS SINODI ET GRIGORI NASASENI SERMO DE INNUMERABILIBUS PECCATIS INCIPIT.

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© BHF, Latin 12021, p. 138.

Irish text, probably from the 7th century (29 canons).

Manuscript:

Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Latin 12021, Sangermanensis 121, (saec. X, Brittany), p. 138. Catalogue Information.

Editions:

F.W.H. Wasserschleben (1851), Die Bussordnungen der adendländischen Kirche. Halle: Verlag, p.136-138.

Ludwig Bieler (1963), The Irish Penitentials, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae V, Dublin: DIAS, pp. 160, 162.

Translations:

Ludwig Bieler (1963), The Irish Penitentials, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae V, Dublin: DIAS, pp. 161, 163.

John T. McNeill and Helena M. Gamer (1938), Medieval handbooks of penance: a translation of the principal “libri poenitentiales” and selections from related documents, New York: Columbia University Press, p. 117-118.

Commentaries:

James Kenney (1929), The Sources for the Early History of Ireland: Vol.1 Ecclesiastical. Dublin: Four Courts Press, [1993, 2nd ed. and reprinted], no. 78, p.244.

John T. McNeill and Helena M. Gamer (1938), Medieval handbooks of penance: a translation of the principal “libri poenitentiales” and selections from related documents, New York: Columbia University Press, p. 118-122.

Ludwig Bieler (1963), , The Irish Penitentials, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae V, Dublin: DIAS, p.8.

Cyrille Vogel (1978), Les “Libri Paenitentiales”, Typologie des Sources du Moyen Âge Occidental, Turnhout: Brepols, p.63.

Michael Lapidge and Richard Sharpe( 1985), A Bibliography of Celtic-Latin Literature 400-1200, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, B602, p.154.

Studies:

Meens, Rob (2014), Penance in Medieval Europe, 600–1200 (Cambridge: CUP), p.63.

Farrell, Elaine C.S.P. (forthcoming in 2017), Taboos and Penitence: Christian Conversion in Early Medieval Ireland, Studia Traditionis Theologiae, Turnhout: Brepols.


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