|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written most likely in Southern France. Provenance the cathedral of Albi: the entry in a modern hand 'ex libris venerabilis capituli ecclesie Albiensis' is seen on the front fly-leaf.
|TM Number||TM 66874|
|Contents||Gennadius, De Ecclesiastis Dogmatibus; Ps- Gregorius, Interpretationes Mysticae Evangeliorum; Isidorus, Allegoriae Scripture Sacrae, Sententiae.|
Script is a firm, rather uncomely minuscule: a has the form of two contiguous c's; uncial Ꝺ, G, and R occur; the back of e has a small protuberance; r goes well below the line; t has two forms; y goes below the line and is undotted; ascenders and descenders are strikingly long. A contemporary Caroline hand wrote ten lines on fol. 127v.
|Last modified||01 May 2019|