|Date||VIII med (726 - 775)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in France, probably in the North in the same scriptorium that produced MS Lat. 12239 (CLA 5.638). Provenance Corbie: the manuscript can be identified with an item in the thirteenth-century Corbie catalogue; the seventeenth-century entry 'Ex libris S. Petri Corbeiensis' is seen on fol. 1. Later at St Germain des Prés, where it was numbered '1274, olim 137' (fol. 1), saec. XVIII. The manuscript has a Carolingian binding.
|TM Number||TM 66825|
|Contents||Hieronymus, In Ecclesiasten.|
Script is a pre-Caroline minuscule of a distinct type, recalling half-uncial and retaining some cursive elements, described under Lat. 12239 (CLA 5.638): ꞇ is often looped; the nt ligature occurs even in mid-word; te and tu are mostly in ligature.
|Last modified||13 July 2017|