11th cent. (in.?), Jumièges
Facsimiles available: 157v - 159v
(c) Rouen, Bibliothèque municipale
A collection of twenty-seven hagiographical texts in no recognizable order. The MS is mutilated at the end; the text of the Confessio, which is the last item (fol 157bisv-159v), breaks off at 244, 1 insinuant amicissimo meo. [...] — Patrick is the only Irish saint represented in the collection; his Confessio is preceded, though not immediately, by the miracles of St Gertrud (d. on St Patrick's Day 659). [Quote from Bieler's Introduction, p. 9.]
The following table of content is taken from the Catalogue général by Henri Omont:Catalogue général des manuscrits des bibliothèques publiques des départements, Rouen, vol. 1 [Paris 1886], pp. 373-375— not mentioning the last item: St Patrick's Confessio.
Physical description: ^
Vellum. 159 foll. 310 x 235 mm. 41 lines; modern cover; continental minuscule saec. XI (in.?).
The codex formerly belonged to the Benedictine abbey of Jumièges, but it is not certain that it was written there. For a description of the font Jumièges see Catalogue général, pp. XIX-XXIII.