|Date||VI ex (576 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably at Verona. The script is very similar to that of Verona 53 (51), a MS of Facundus. On fol. 25 is the fifteenth century entry 'de Verona'. The added leaves at the beginning of the MS are in Veronese minuscule saec. IX; and of the leaves formerly at the end (foll. 280–86, now separately bound as Vatic. Lat. 1322 A), three are in Veronese minuscule saec. IX and the others contain entries of records pertaining to Verona (saec. XII).
|TM Number||TM 66106|
|Contents||Acta Synodi Chalcedonensis.|
Marginal titles in rude capitals by the scribe. Some seventh-century North Italian cursive corrections and marginalia, e.g. fol. 28v; eighth-century cursive marginalia on foll. 178v, 196v. Notae Tironianae. A ninth-century reader, probably archdeacon Pacificus (b. 776), made notes on many pages.
|Last modified||04 September 2018|