index of British and Irish Latin writes, 400-1520 by James Houston Baxter

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Statementcompiled by J.H. Baxter ... [et al.].
SeriesBurt Franklin bibliography and reference series -- 443. Essays in literature and criticism ; -- 174
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There is also background on Irish history, geography and administrative divisions. It also includes case studies. The Latin literature of the period – was not exclusively ecclesiastical. It was also a literature of medical doctors, lawyers, university fellows, schoolmasters, poets, and lexicographers.

This chapter describes Irish literature and influence of Latin learning during this period. The historical writings in Latin were much more remarkable, and not a few are of enduring : Benignus Millett.

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Hiberno-Latin was notable for its curiously learned vocabulary. While neither Hebrew nor Greek was widely known in Europe during this period [citation needed], odd words from these sources, as well as from Irish and British sources, were added to Latin vocabulary by these authors.

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He has quite an encyclopedic. All, both text and notes, with a few exceptions, are on religious subjects: there is a good deal of Latin mixed with the Irish. Among the pieces are the Feilire of Aengus the Culdee, Lives of SS. Patrick, Brigit, and Columkille, and a Life of Alexander the Great.

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