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Scope Note: Created For = CW

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Dialogus magistri Pauli Niauis paruulis scholaribus ad latinum idioma perutilissimus by Paulus Niavis, 1486

Identifier: MS 210/ff. 188r-203v
Scope and Contents This section is a manuscript copy of Dialogus parvulis scholaribus ad latinum idioma perutilissimus by Paulus Niavis. This is a Latin textbook for young pupils, in the form of a dialogue and sing topics from the student's everyday life. The text was first published in 1489. The prologue starts on f. 186r with the words 'Paulus Niavis artium magister magnificis viris sapientibus quod se natui Remniezensi domis suis plurimum colendis...
Dates: 1486

Handwritten dialogue entitled "The Twins", mid-20th century

Identifier: Coll-1581, vol. 2, no. 64
Scope and Contents

This is a handwritten poem/dialogue entitled "The Twins". Also included is a copy of the dialogue showing the back of the original leaf.

Dates: mid-20th century

Manuale scolarium, by an unknown author, late 15th century

Identifier: MS 210/ff. 205r-233r
Scope and Contents This section contains a manuscript copy of the Manuale Scolarium (here called 'Communeloquium studentum'), written by an unknown author at the end of the 15th century. It is a dialogue between two students from the University of Heidelberg, Bartholomew and Camille, discussings subjects from their life and studies at the university, as well as general subjects. It includes chapters on fresher initiations, the formalities of matriculation and examination, on...
Dates: late 15th century

Poetic dialogue between Calum Cille and Moluag, September 1870

Identifier: Coll-97/CW106/19
Scope and Contents

Poetic dialogue between Calum Cille [St Columba] and Moluag [St Moluag] beginning 'Lismore, ars Maluag lis a Lismore gur sin lios broin Cal[um Cille].'

Dates: September 1870