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Chartularies of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin
With the Register of its House at Dunbrody, and Annals of Ireland

Volume 2

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  • Date Published: November 2012
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108052245

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  • John Thomas Gilbert (1829–98), historian and antiquary, was for thirty-four years librarian of the Royal Irish Academy. It was during this time, in 1884, that his two-volume edition of these chartularies, registers and annals was originally published as part of the Rolls Series. Volume 2 contains two collections of excerpts from the abbey's lost sixteenth-century register. Also included is the register of St Mary's Abbey, Dunbrody, and two portions of the annals of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin (which begin with the birth of Christ and end at the start of the thirteenth century, with the period between the third and tenth centuries unaccounted for). A further fragment of the 'Annals of Ireland', declared as 'of high historical importance', furnishes details of the activities of Robert Bruce. Gilbert, throughout, provides English side-notes to the Latin text. These, together with the helpful summary of contents and index to both volumes, make the work easier to navigate.

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    • Date Published: November 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108052245
    • length: 720 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 40 mm
    • weight: 1.04kg
    • contains: 1 colour illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Summary of contents
    Part I. Chartularies (continued):
    3. Excerpts, by Sir James Ware, from register of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin, compiled AD 1525 (Add. MSS 4787, 4789, British Museum, London)
    4. Proceedings between the city of Dublin and St Mary's Abbey, AD 1516–17
    5. Catalogues of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin (Add. MSS 4796, 4813, British Museum, London)
    6. Account of lands, possessions, and revenues of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin, at period of its dissolution, AD 1539–40
    7. Register of St Mary's Abbey, Dunbrothy (MS Rawlinson B. 495, Bodleian Library, Oxford)
    8. Account of lands, possessions, and revenues of St Mary's Abbey, Dunbrothy, at period of its dissolution, AD 1540–41
    9. Cistercian establishments, Ireland
    Part II. Annals:
    1. Annales monasterii Beate Marie Virginis, juxta Dublin (MS Trinity College, Dublin
    Add. MS 4787, British Museum, London
    2. Annals of Ireland, fragment: AD 1308–10 and 1316–17 (Add. MS 4792, British Museum, London)
    'Annales Hibernie' 1162–1370 (MS Laud 526, Bodleian Library, Oxford)

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