3.A Articles and Analecta

Analect: Obs. rare [ad. Greek 'gathered up']: the choice part, the select essence; the 'cream' or 'marrow'.

Analecta: [ad. Latin analecta, things gathered or picked up.]: crumbs that fall from the table; pickings, gleanings.

We list below a few of the articles and references made to R. L. O'Mealy previous to this issue of the Journal. Some, for instance the 1999 article in Volume I of the Journal, are available elsewhere on this site; others are available elsewhere online, in which case links to the articles or items are included below. Other O'Mealy materials, available in print or for examination, are also mentioned below.