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Corpus Christianorum, Claves.
Turnhout: Brepols.
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Ó Corráin (Donnchadh): Clavis litterarum Hibernensium: medieval Irish books and texts (c. 400–c. 1600) / cura et studio Donnchadh Ó Corráin.
CCC. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017. clxvi + 1932 pp. 3 vols. (Corpus Christianorum, Claves).
Vol. I: 1. Epigraphy, writing, form, and image; 2. Early codices in Ireland and Britain; 3. Biblica; 4. Patristica: Irish texts and manuscripts; 5. Hagiography, hagiology, hymnology & liturgy; 6. Irish books and authors abroad, I: Columbanus, Luxeuil, and Bobbio; 7. Irish books and authors abroad, II: Echternach, Fulda, St. Gall, Würzburg; 8. Irish scholars abroad, III: works & manuscripts.

Vol II: 9. Irish scholars and greek in the West; 10. Latin grammatical tracts; 11. Computus; 12. Hiberno-Latin writers and texts; 13. Penitentials; 14. Canon law; 15. Synodal legislation & monastic rules; 16. Irish Latin manuscripts, principally tenth to twelfth centuries; 17. Tenth to twelfth-century Latin texts and authors; 18. The vernacular laws; 19. Annals; 20. Genealogies; 21. Early Irish manuscripts: glosses and texts; 22. Major vernacular codices, literary and historical; 23. Earliest vernacular literary texts; 24. The poet-scholars, I: early-medieval grammatical theory, poetics, poetry & piety; 25. The poet-scholars, II: learning, wisdom & prophecy; 26. The poet-scholars, III: Irish classical poetry.

Vol. III: 27. Medieval vernacular narrative prose; 28. Historicist & historical vernacular texts: verse, prose, and prosimetrum; 29. Classica ; 30. Foreign medieval literature-translations and adaptations; 31. Medicine and science; 32. Books mainly of the Anglo-Irish.

Rev. by
Elizabeth Boyle, in Celtica 29 (2017), pp. 293-298.
J. K. Elliott, in Novum testamentum 60 (2018), pp. 221-222.
Patrick Wadden, in NAJCS 3/1 (2019), pp. 85-93.