Dry-Point Glosses in Irish Manuscripts

Abstract : The paper provides a survey and discussion of the evidence for dry-point glossing in an Irish context. The survey comprises manuscripts produced by Irish scribes containing glosses written by either Irish or continental scribes as well as non-Irish manuscripts which were annotated by an Irishman. The language of the dry-point glosses is predominantly Latin, Old Irish glosses being safely attested merely in the seventh-century 'Codex Usserianus Primus', a manuscript containing a Vetus Latina version of the Gospels.
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Dagmar Bronner. Dry-Point Glosses in Irish Manuscripts. Gloses bibliques et para-bibliques du haut Moyen Âge - Gloses à l’encre et gloses à la pointe sèche, Oct 2014, Université Paris Sorbonne, France. ⟨halshs-01137740⟩

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