|Script||Minuscule and Uncial|
|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in Southern France or North Italy, in a centre with Visigothic connections. The leaves were removed from a binding and were presented in 1875 to the Bibliothèque Nationale by M. Chassaing, a judge of Le Puy, Haute Loire.
|TM Number||TM 66844|
|Contents||Varia Medica (Hippocrates).|
Script is partly a careful minuscule, partly a careless and late uncial. The minuscule recalls the script of MS Glasgow, Hunter. T.4.13 (CLA 2.156), also a medical MS: a has two forms, a and oc-a; the back of e has a tiny knob; the bow of g is top-heavy; ꞇ has two forms, the Beneventan and Visigothic form being very frequent. In the uncial the bow of uncial A is often horizontal; the right bow of uncial M is compressed; the top of T is a horizontal flourish.
|Last modified||01 May 2019|