Medieval Greek Manuscripts

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Last Updated: 2021-02-25

When the Library of Trinity College Dublin acquired the books of James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, after his death in 1656, it also acquired a number of manuscripts which form the core of the Library of Trinity College Dublin’s collection of Greek manuscripts. These manuscripts are currently being catalogued in detail by Dr. Barbara Crostini. So far, of the more than one hundred Greek manuscript items held by the Library, a select group has now been digitised by the Library, including:

• MS 27, Psalter with odes (1534)
• MS 185, Homiliary (c. 1020)
• MS 200, Collection of Eastern Canon Law (12th century)
• MS 2887, Gregory Nazianzen, sermons (10th century)
• MS 31, Gospels with catena (late 11th-early 12th century)
• MS 922, Homer’s Iliad with scholia (c. 1290s)
• MS 925, Theodore Gaza, Grammatica (November 1480)

Explore the Library’s digitised Greek manuscripts below.

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