|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Northern France, probably copied from an Anglo-Saxon exemplar. Provenance Corbie: a seventeenth-century Corbie ex-libris is seen on fol. 1. Reached St Germain des Prés in 1638, where it bore the number '1314, olim 634'. Entered the Bibliothèque Nationale during the Revolution.
|TM Number||TM 66828|
|Contents||Vincentius Lirinensis, Adversus Haereticos; etc.|
Script is a well-formed roundish early Caroline minuscule retaining some cursive elements: open a is more frequent than a; suprascript a combined with the next letter occurs; capital H with a gable-shaped middle-stroke occurs in colophons (fol. 42v)—a Corbie feature; uncial N is rather frequent; the lower left leg of x has a tag to the right; y occasionally has a dot both above and below the right branch; the ti ligature is frequent. Notae Tironianae 'hic' and 'usque' occur.
☛CLA script (Early Caroline Minuscule) changed to follow CLA 6 p. XI. ☛Index Tironianorum.
|Last modified||01 May 2019|