Peritia 8 (1994)

Howlett, David B.: The earliest Irish writers at home and abroad, 1-17.

O'Loughlin, Thomas: The Latin version of the scriptures in use in Iona in the late seventh century: the evidence from Adomnán's De Locis Sanctis, 18-26.

Borsje, Jacqueline: The monster in the River Ness in Vita Sancti Columbae: a study of a miracle, 27-34.

Cahill, Michael: Is the first commentary on Mark an Irish work? Some new considerations, 35-45.

McCarthy, Daniel: The chronological apparatus of the Annals of Ulster AD 431-1131, 46-79.

O'Sullivan, William: The Lindisfarne scriptorium: for and against, 80-94.

Clayton, Mary: Centralism and uniformity or localism and diversity: the Virgin and native saints in the English monastic reform, 95-106.

Charles-Edward, T.M.: A contract between king and people in early medieval Ireland? Críth Gablach on kingship, 107-119.

Smith, Peter: Aimirgein Glúngel tuir tend: A Middle-Irish poem on the authors and laws of Ireland, 120-150.

Holm, Poul: Between apathy and antipathy: the Vikings in Irish and Scandinavian history, 151-169.

Murphy, Kevin: Bassilica Sci Mar Inuaedritlaeum: a suggestion, 169.

Bradley, John: Killaloe: a pre-Norman borough? 170-179.

Wulstan, David: Goliardic rhythm: with special reference to the Play of Daniel, the Dublin Sepulchre Drama, and the Carmina Burana, 180-215.


Peritia 9 (1995)

Howlett, David: Five experiments in textual reconstruction and analysis, 1-50.

Herren, Michael: Virgil the grammarian: a Spanish Jew in Ireland? 51-71.

Howlett, David: Insular Latin idama, iduma, 72-80.

Howlett, David: The polyphon to Cormac's Psalter, 81-91.

Corthals, Johan: Affiliation of children: Immathchor nAilella & Airt, 92-124.

Mac Lean, Douglas: The status of the sculptor in Old-Irish law and the evidence of the crosses, 125-155.

McLeod, Neil: Irish law: significant numbers and the law of status, 156-166.

Bracken, Damian: Immortality and capital punishment: patristic concepts in Irish law, 167-196.

Bracken, Damian: Latin passages in Irish vernacular law: notes on sources, 187-196.

Johnston, Elva: Transforming women in Irish hagiography, 197-220.

Hall, Mark E.: Iron working from some medieval Irish sites, 221-233.

Marx, Susan: The miserable beasts-animal art in the Gospels of Lindisfarne, Lichfield and St. Gallen, 234-245.

Hawkes, Jane: The Wirksworth Slab: an iconography of humilitas, 246-289.

O'Reilly, Jennifer: The Hiberno-Latin tradition of the evangelists and the Gospels of Mael Brigte, 290-309.

Jaski, Bart: The Vikings and the Kingship of Tara, 310-351.

Ní Mhaonaigh, Máire: The date of Cogad Gáedel re Gallaib, 354-377.

Duffy, Seán: Ostmen, Irish and Welsh in the eleventh century, 378-396.


Peritia 10 (1996)

Howlett, David: Seven studies in seventh-century texts, 1-70.

Howlett, David: Rubisca: an edition, translation and commentary, 71-90.

Stancliffe, Clare: Venantius Fortunatus, Ireland, Jerome: the evidence of Precamur patrem, 91-97.

O'Loughlin, Thomas: The view from Iona: Adomnán's mental maps, 98-122.

Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí: Bernhard Bischoff (1906-1991): a memoir, 123-135.

Thomas, Charles: The Llandewi-brefi 'Idnert' stone, 136-183.

Flanagan, Marie Therese: Henry II, the council of Cashel and the Irish bishops, 184-211.

Davies, Rees: 'Keeping the natives in order': the English king and the 'Celtic' rulers, 1066-1216, 212-224.

John Gillingham: Henry II, Richard I and the lord Rhys, 225-236.

Mullett, Margaret: 1098 and all that: Theophylact bishop of Semnea and the Alexian reconquest of Anatolia, 237-252.

Phillips, Seymour: David MacCarwell and the proposal to purchase English law, c.1273-c.1280, 253-273.

Frame, Robin: Thomas de Rokeby, sheriff of Yorkshire, justiciar of Ireland, 274-296.

Smith, Brendan: Lionel of Clarence and the English of Meath, 297-302.

Ormrod, W.M.: Government by commission: the continual council of 1386 and English royal administration, 303-321.

Prestwich, J.O.: Mistranslations and misinterpretations in medieval English history, 322-340.

Hollister, Warren: The Rouen riot and Conan's leap, 341-350.

Mullally, Evelyn: The portrayal of women in the Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, 351-362.

Thompson, John: William Reeves and the medieval texts and manuscripts at Armagh, 363-380.

Hempton, David N.: Wilfred Lewis Warren, 381-384.

Flanagan, Marie Therese: The writings of W.L. Warren, 385-388.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Vikings I: 'Forty years' rest', 224.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Vikings II: Ros Camm, 236.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Vikings III: Dún Mainae, 273.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Congressio senadorum, 252.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Ad Betha Colmáin maic Lúacháin, 50.5, 350.


Peritia 11 (1997)

McCarthy, Daniel & Breen, Aidan: Astronomical observations in the Irish annals and their motivation, 1-43.

Meckler, Michael: The Annals of Ulster and the date of the meeting of Druim Cett, 44-52

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Old-Norse place names I, 52.

Howlett, David: Insular Latin writers' rhythms, 53-116.

Howlett, David: Israelite learning in insular Latin, 117-152.

Borsje, Jacqueline: The movement of waters as symbolised by monsters in early Irish texts, 153-170.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Tír cumaile: omán 'thistle', 170.

Rose, Gregory F.: Four minims and a quandary: Beowulf, 1382a, 171-187.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: Old-Norse place names II, 187.

O'Loughlin, Thomas: Marriage and sexuality in the Hibernensis, 188-206.

Davies, Lunedd Mair: Isidorian texts and the Hibernensis, 207-249.

Werner, Martin: Three works on the Book of Kells, 250-326.

Brady, Niall: De Oratorio: Hisperica famina and church building, 327-335.

Karkov, Catherine E. & Ruffing, John: The Southern Uí Néill and the political landscape of Lough Ennell, 336-358

Manning, Conleth: Daire Mór identified, 359-369.

Manning, Conleth & Moore, Fionnbarr: A second ogham stone at Clara, 370-372.

Ó Corráin, Donnchadh: An Fheothanach, Feohanagh, 334.