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[SIMEON OF HY, A.D. 1107×1114.]

verses occur at the end of a Life of S. Columba in a series of lives of saints, transcribed A.D. 1180 (Reeves). They were written (as appears by the lines themselves) by one Simeon, apparently a monk of Hy, by order of King Alexander, necessarily Alexander I., A.D. 1107-1124, and before the death of his Queen (Sibylla, ob. A.D. 1122), under the direction of "William," supposed to be the Bishop William of Man, who was succeeded by Bishop Wymund, A.D. 1109 × 1114 (see above, p. 189). Consequently they were

written A.D. 1107×1114. See Reeves (as above, Pref. p. xxx.). Inchcolm was not founded by Alexander until A.D. 1123, so that Hy must have been Simeon's monastery. They are given here as shewing the continued connection of Hy with Scottish Kings, even after the island had been (at any rate nominally) annexed to Norway and to the see of Man, A.D. 1097, and before its reconquest by Somerled, A.D. 1156.

b Iona = Dove = Columba.

APPENDIX C.

ANTIQUE LITANIÆ IN VETERI MONASTERIO DUNKELDENSI USITATÆ, QUAS IN PUBLICIS PROCESSIONIBUS CANTARE SOLEBANT KILEDEI COMMUNITER CULDEI APPELLATIa.

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Omnes Sancti Chori novem ordinum coelestium Spirituum, Orate pro nobis.

Nomina Apostolorum et Evangelistarum.

Sancte Petre, Princeps Apostolorum

Sancte Andrea, Patrone noster

S. Paule

S. Jacobe

S. Johannes

S. Jacobe
S. Thoma

S. Philippe

Ora pro nobis.

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Omnes Sancti Chori Apostolorum et Evangelistarum, Orate pro nobis.

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Omnes Chori Sanctarum Virginum et Viduarum, Orate pro nobis.

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