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Abbreviations

Abbreviations and Bibliography


A list of abbreviations of texts referred to throughout the database, and a full bibliography of sources referred to.

A (AG): Auditor General (As cited by Archdall)

AH6: Analecta Hibernica (Irish Manuscript Commission) No. 6, Nov. 1934 (OFM)

AFM: Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, ed. J. O'Donovan, Dublin, 1848 - 51)

AGA: Archivium Generale Augustinianum, Rome

ALC: Annals of Lough Cé, ed. W. M. Hennessy, Dublin, 1939)

Begley: John Begley, with a preface by Most Rev. E.T. O'Dwyer, Bishop of Limerick., The Diocese of Limerick, ancient and medieval (Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1906)

Burgo: Hibernica Dominicana, ed. of 1762

Cal. Carew MSS: Calendar of the Carew manuscripts preserved in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth, 1515–74, 6 vols (London, 1867–73)

Carrigan: The history and antiquities of the diocese of Ossory, William Carrigan (Dublin : Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 1905)

CDI: Calendar of documents relating to Ireland, 1171 - 1307, ed. H.S. Sweetman and G.F. Handcock, 5 vols., PRO, London, 1875 - 86)

CIRCLE: CIRCLE Chancery Rolls www.chancery.tcd.ie

COD: Calendar of Ormond Deeds, 1172 - 1603, ed. E. Curtis, 6 vol, Dublin 1932 - 43

CPL: Calendar of entries in the papal registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland: papal letters, London, 1893 - )

CPRIre, Hen VIII - Eliz: Calendar of the patent and close rolls of chancery in Ireland Henry VIII to Q. Elizabeth, ed. James Morrin (Dublin: 1862)

CSPI: Calendar of State Papers Relating to Ireland

DIB: Dictionary of Irish biography: from the earliest times to the year 2002, ed. James Maguire and James Quinn, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the Royal Irish Academy, 2009

DIS: Dictionary of Irish Saints, Pádraig Ó Riain (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011)

Dunraven: Memorials of Adare Manor, Caroline, Countess of Dunraven. With historical notices of Adare, by her son, the Earl of Dunraven, Oxford : Printed for private circulation, by Messrs. Parker, 1865.)

Extents: Extents of Irish Monastic Possessions, 1540 - 1541, from manuscripts in the Public Record Office, London, edited by Newport White, Dublin, Stationery Office, 1943

HT: Harris's Table, in Ware-Harris, Antiquities, 1745

IHS: Irish Historical Studies

JRSAI: Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 1849 - present

K(A): 'King's collections', MS, compiled by Dr. Madden, late seventeenth cen., and revised by Harris, NLI and TCD (as cited by Mervyn Archdall)

LEX: Letters from Ireland 1228 - 1229, Stephen of Lexington; translated with an introduction, by Barry. W O'Dwyer, Kalamazoo (Mich.), Cistercian Publications, 1982

Med. religious houses, Ire.: Aubrey Gwynn and R. Neville Hadcock (eds.), Medieval religious houses, Ireland; with an appendix to early sites (Dublin, 1970)

MLE: Na manaigh liatha in Eirinn 1142 - 1600, Gearoid Mac Niocaill, Dublin, Clo Morainn, 1959

Monasticon Hibernicum: Mervyn Archdall, Monasticon Hibernicum, or, A history of the abbies, priories and other religious houses of Ireland (1st ed., London, 1786)

monasticonhibernicum.celt.dias.ie: Database of the Monasticon Hibernicum Project. by Ailbhe MacShamhráin with Nora White and Aidan Breen

NHI ii: A New History of Ireland, ii: medieval Ireland, 1169 - 1534, ed. A. Cosgrove (Oxford, 1987; repr. With bibliogrpahical supp., 1993)

NHI ix: A New History of Ireland, ix: maps, genealogies, lists - a companion to Irish history, part ii, ed. T.W. Moody, F.X. Martin and F. J. Byrne (Oxford, 1984)

PRIA: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy

NMS: National Monuments of Ireland Archaeological Survey Record www.archaeology.ie/ArchaeologicalSurveyDatabase/

Stalley CMI: Roger Stalley, The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland, Yale University Press, London and New Haven, 1987

Statuta i: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. 1

Statuta ii: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. II

Statuta iii: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. III
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Statuta iv]: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. IV

Statuta v: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. V

Statuta vi: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. VI

Statuta vii: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. VII

Statuta viii: Statuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786, ed. A. Trilhe, Joseph Marie Canivez, Louvain, Bureaux de la Revue, 1933 - 1941, Vol. VIII

WB: Ware-Harris, History of the Bishops of Ireland, 1739

www.crsbi.ac.uk: Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland

www.excavations.ie: Database of Irish Excavation Reports

www.logainm.ie: The Irish Placenames Commission

www.monasticmatrix.com: A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from 400 to 1600 CE, produced by the University of Ohio
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