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Names of Bishoprics as
Names of Bishopries as

As given by Bingham given by Dymmok in given by Camden from an from a P. R.

published by

Ecc Ant. v. 2, p. 391, 1599. old Roman Provincial.(a)

Car, a Sto. Paulo.(6)

DOBLIN
Glandalon
Kildare

Leighlin
Ossory
Ferne

TOAM Dua

DOBLINENSIS

DUBLINENSIS
Glendelacensis

Glendelacensis
Kildarensis alias Daren- Darensis

sis
Lechlinensis

Licelinensis
Osseriensis alias de Ca- Ossinensis

nic
Fernensis
Caldetensis or Kiscaren-

sis
Glensis or Gluisonensis
Gaininch
TUAMENSIS

TUAMENSIS
Duacensis alias Kilmac- Duacensis

duoc
Ladensis alias Killaleth Bladensis
Elphinensis

Nelfinensis
Achadensis

Achadensis
Clonfertensis

Cluarifertensis
De Mageo

Demagionensis
Enachdunensis

Eacdunensis
De Cellaiaro

Decellaid
De Rosconmon

Roscomon
De Conany (e)

Deconairi
De Killmunduach Decelmundaiach
De Culuanferd

Alade (c) Elfine Kilmakou (d)

Clonfert

CASSEL
Emely
Waterford

Rismor
Cork

CASSILIENSIS

CASSELLENSIS
Melicensis or de Emileth Demilech or Umblicensis
Waterfordiensis or de Waterfordensis

Baltifordian
Lismorensis

Lismorensis
Corkagiensis

De Coneagia or Corka

gensis Clonensis or de Cluana- | Deduanamensis or Clunia

anensis
De Rosalither

De Rosailitchir
Ardefertensis

Artfertelensis
Laoniensis de Kendaluan Decendaluensis or Lao-

nensis

Clone
Ross
Ardagh
Laom alias Killalo

As given by Hoveden, An-l. As given by Keating at nales, A.D. 1172.

the Synod of Rathbreasail

in 1118, 0. 2, p. 267.

Glindaloch Kildare

DUBLINENSIS Bistaghnensis Kindarensis Leghglensis Erupolensis Fernensis

Laghlin Killcuillin

Fearna or Wexford

TUAIMENSI:

TUAM

Killala

Kinlathensis Aelfinensis

Achathkourensis Kinfernensis Maigonensis

Cluainfrearta

Ceneversis

Modern names.

DUBLIN
Glendaloch
Kildare

Leighlin
Ossory

Ferns
Kildare ?

Leighlin ?
Canice or Ossory?
TUAM
Kilmacduagh

Killala
Elphin
Kilmacduagh
Achonry
Clonfert
Mayo
Enaghdune or Annagh-

down
Killala
Roscommon
Clonmacnoise or St.

Kieran
Kilmacduagh
Clonfert
Mayo
CASHEL
Emly
Waterford

CASSELENSIS
Ingmelleccensis
Waterfordensis
Lismorensis

Conga
Ardcarna
CASHELL
Emlioch Iobhair
Waterford

and
Lismore
Cork

Lismore
Cork

Cloyne

Cluanumensis
Rosensis
Archferdensis
Kildarenensis ?

Rathmaighe Deisgirt
Killaloe

Ross
Ardfert
Killaloe

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Connor
Dere
Rapaton
Turbrunen
Clohu

ARMACHAXUS

ARMACHANUS
Midensis or Elnamirand Elualnirand or Midensis
Ardachadensis

Doardarchad

Dunensis or DrumorenDunensis or Dundaleth- Dunensis or Drumorenglas

sis
Connerensis

Connerinensis
Dearrihensis

Dedarrich
Rathbotensis

Deralboth
Clochorensis or Lugun Ingundunum

dunensis Rathlucensis

Derathlurig Dalnliguirensis

Dedamlialiage Deconnannas Renensis or Revelensis

or Crocorensis Cluanensis or Cluaner

densis Rochinosensis or Rathbo

tensis Artagadonensis or Ardo

cadensis Heugamensis

As given by Hoceden, And. As given by Keating at nales, A.D. 1172.

the Synod of Rathbreasail

in 1118, v. 2, p. 267

Modern names.

Lucapniarensis

Limerick

Limerick
Kilfenora

Roscrea

Arcmorensis

Ardmore
Inniscatty
Laonensis, Killaloe ?
Inniscatty ?
Kilfenora
Kilfenora
Ardfert
Aghadoe
ARMAGH
Meath
Clonard
Ardagh
Dromore

ARMACENSIS
Cluencrardensis

ARDMACH
Cluain loraird

Ardahachdensis
Odanus ?
Thuenensis
Chonderensis
Charensis
Ratphpotensis

Dun de leath Glass

Down

Coinire
Derry

Connor
Derry
Raphoe
Kilmore (8)
Clogher

Brenoain ?
Clochar
Ardsratha
Damhliag

Ardstraw or Rathlure
Duleek
Kells
Urielensis or Clogheren-

sis
Clonard or Clonmacnoise

Raphoe

Ardagh
Lugadensis? Louth or

Clogher

• Edan or Odo O'Kelly, bishop of Clogher, 1139-1182 ? ("Oriel.")4 M. 1182.

(a) Ware's list from Cencius Camerarius agrees nearly with this, (and that from Camden already given appears to be abridged from it.]

(b) This list is given to shew the strange forms which names may assume, when often transcribed by persons not acquainted with them. The same sees are repeated in it under names made different by readers and transcribers.

(c) Aladensis, the proper Latin, occurs in no list here.
(d) Kilmacow, Irish name for Kilmacduagh, already gioen.
(e) In Ware Cinani, fors pro Ciarani, seu K. of Clon.
(f) N.B.-Two sees here made of Iniscatty.
(g) Kilmore, anciently Brefniensis, and Triburnensis.

Other lists Our next catalogue of these old sees, formof the Irish sees from

ing the ninth in this collection, is one copied the Ussher from a manuscript of Archbishop Ussher's, E. Library of 3, 16, Trinity College Dublin, where it is dis(No. 9.)

tinguished by the following inscription, “Ad calcem practicæ Cancellariæ Apostolicæ, excus. Lugduni, A.D. 1549." It includes some of the usual blunders.

T.C.D.

“A PROVINCIAL OF ALL THE CATHEDRAL CHURCHES IN THE WHOLE

WORLD.

" In the realm of Hybernia or Islandia (Irlandia P]

“ TRE ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGE HAS THESE SUFFRAGANS.
Dundelegalensis

Lugundunensis
Mirdensis

Conuarensis
Argadensis

Bachabonensis
Bathugurensis

Damligiriarensis
Darcikiensis

Cluanensis
Dondalerkglan

Luimdinensis
Tubernensis

Cluenasia
Drumorensis

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