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The Stowe Missal, now housed in the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin as MS.D.II.3, is one of the most famous Irish manuscripts to have survived from the middle ages. The first part consists of excerpts from the Gospel of St John (fols. 1-11), the second the Stowe Missal proper (fols. 12-67). It is one of the earliest datable Irish manuscripts and an important witness to the early Irish church and to the Irish language at that time.
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George Warner, retired marine biologist from the University of Reading, has nearly fifty years' experience with Caribbean reefs. He has served as the director of the Centre for Marine Sciences at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, and is the author of "Diving and Marine Biology" and "The Biology of Crabs".
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Book Description The Boydell Press for the Henry Bradshaw Society, Woodbridge, 1989. Hard Cover. (The two volumes first published separately in 1906 and 1915) Two volumes in one, black boards, gilt lettering at spine, Henry Bradshaw armorial at front board, missal facsimile (unpaginated) followed by lviii, plates, 45pp. No dustwrapper, endpapers lightly tanned, no remarkable wear. A ver good, clean and sound copy. Will come with an extra, bound photocopy of the second (text) part. Seller Inventory # 40215