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Monks' Rules

Author: Columbanus Hibernus

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G. S. M. Walker

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  1. There are two sets of MSS: one containing 10 chapters; and one containing 14 chapters, which does not include chapters 7 and 10, and subdivides chapters 1 and 8; moreover, three MSS contain fragments only.

  2. (T) Turin Bibliotheca Nazionale G. V. 38 (s. IX–X), foll. 80v–90. (10 chapters).
  3. (Ti) Turin Bibliotheca Nazionale G. VII. 16 (s. IX2), foll. 2–13v. (10 chapters)
  4. (C) München Staatsbibliothek Clm 28118 (s. IX in.) fo1. 86v–98r. (10 chapters).
  5. (K) Zürich Kantonsbibliothek Rh. hist. 28 (s. IX), foll. 47–53v. (14 chapters).
  6. (G) St. Gall Stiftsbibliothek 915 (s. X) foll. 154–67. (14 chapters).
  7. (E) München Staatsbibliothek 14949 (Em. w. 6) (s. XV) foll. 8–16. (14 chapters).
  8. (Theta) Stuttgart Landesbibliothek cod. theol. oct. 64 (s. XII), foll. 93–100. (14 chapters).
  9. Admont Stiftsbibl. 331 (s. XIII), foll. 40v–43. (14 chapters).
  10. (Lambda) Bamberg Lit. 143 (olim B VI 15) (s. XII) foll. 63r–63v, 73v–78r. (14 chapters).
  11. (Pi) Fulda Aa 96 (s. XV) foll. 68v–70v. (14 chapters).
  12. (Sigma) Salzburg St. Peterstift b IX 20 (s. XV), foll. 3v–6. (14 chapters).
  13. (Tii) Turin Bibliotheca Nazionale G. V. 7 (s. IX).(Fragments only).
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    The edition used in the digital edition
  1. Sancti Columbani Opera. G.S.M. Walker (ed), First edition [xciv + 247 pp.] The Dublin Institute for Advanced StudiesDublin (1957) (reprinted 1970) . Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. , No. 2

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