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De controversia Paschali

Author: Cummianus Hibernus

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Maura Walsh and Dáibhí Ó Cróinín

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    Manuscript
  1. London, British Library, MS Cotton Vitellius A.xii, fol. 79r–83r. For further details, see Thomas Smith (ed.), Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum bibliothecae Cottonianae: 1696 (Cambridge, repr. 1984); see also Catalogue of the manuscripts in the Cottonian Library deposited in the British Museum (London 1802) 379f.
    Editions and translations
  1. Veterum epistolarum Hibernicarum sylloge, ed. James Ussher (Dublin 1632) 24–35, Ep. xi.
  2. C. R. Elrington (ed.), The whole works of the most rev. James Ussher (Dublin 1846) vol. 4, 432–44.
  3. Jacques-Paul Migne (ed.), Patrologia Latina (Paris 1860) vol. 87, 969–78.
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  1. Whitley Stokes (ed.), On the calendar of Oéngus (Dublin 1880) pp. liv, clxix, clxiii.
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    The edition used in the digital edition
  1. Cummian's Letter: De controversia Paschali. Maura Walsh and Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (ed), First edition [clxxxiv + 385 pp.] Pontifical Institute of Medieval StudiesToronto (1988) . Studies and Texts. , No. 86

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Created: By Cummianus Hibernus Date range: 7th century.

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