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Annales Dominicani de Roscoman

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  8. James Ware, Rerum Hibernicarum Henrico octavo regnante annales nunc primum editi (Dublin 1662).
  9. James Ware, Venerabilies Bedae epistolae duae; necnon vitae abbatum Wiremuthensium et Gerwiensium. Accessit Egberti, archiepiscopi Eboracensis, dialogus de ecclesiastica institutione; ex antiquis MS in lucem emisit et notis et rem historicam et antiquariam spectantibus illustravit Jacobus Waraeus, eques auratus (Dublin 1664).
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The electronic text represents the text edited by Benjamin Hazard and Kenneth W. Nicholls. Expansions are marked ex. Marginal additions are tagged add place="margin". All corrections and supplied text are tagged.

Quotation

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Hyphenation

When a hyphenated word (hard or soft) crosses a page-break, the page-break is marked after the completion of the hyphenated word.

Segmentation

div0=the body of Annals; div1=the latin and English annals; div2=the annalistic matter for one year; div3=the individual entry; line-breaks are marked lb; milestones are marked mls unit="ms page" n="".

Interpretation

Names of persons (given names), groups (peoples etc.), places are tagged. Names of professions and social roles are tagged. This applies to the Latin text.

Canonical References

This text uses the DIV2 element to represent the Year.

Refs: EVENT (<DIV3>)

This text uses the DIV2 element to represent the Year.

Profile Description

Created: Latin text by Dominican chroniclers in their priory at Roscommon, compiling and redacting earlier materials; of which material extracts were made by Sir James Ware. Date range: 1163–1314.

Use of language

Language: [LA] The text in Latin.
Language: [EN] The supplied title is in English.

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