Copies of treatises on the Ogham script
||Copies of treatises on the Ogham script
|Extent and Medium
||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
|Content and context|
Ogham is the earliest known example of Irish writing, and is believed to have originated in southern Ireland. The script uses a system of lineal symbols. There are many surviving examples of the writing on stones in Ireland and Britain, the earliest dating from the fourth century.
Access and Use|
In English and Irish
Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Copies of treatises on the Ogham script, MS Add.4437
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