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Pre-Reformation Statutes

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These are all to be found in a single manuscript in the Manx National Heritage Library, M 2042A, fos. lr-14r. This MS formerly belonged to John Selden, and is almost certainly the text used by Sir William Dugdale in his Monasticon Anglicanum (6 vols., London 1665), I, 711-17; 2nd edn. (8 vols., London, 1817- 30), V, 253-6. The texts are also found in Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Add. C 64, fos. 55r-57r, 58r-66v, 113r-116r, which seems to have been the basis for David Wilkins’ edition in the Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae (4 vols., London, 1737). A third MS containing them is in Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, MS 793 (P 28), pp. 53-79. However, it appears that both the Oxford and the Cambridge manuscripts depend (independently of each other) on the first, and are therefore valuable mainly for occasional conjectural emendations. On the history of the canons, see C. R. Cheney, ‘Manx synodical statutes, A. D. 1230(?)-1351. Part I: Introduction and Latin texts', Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies, VII (Summer 1984), pp. 63-89 and Tart II: Translation of Latin texts', ibid, VIII (Winter 1984), pp. 51-63.

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Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
First published in: 2024

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