|Date||VII ex–VIII in (684 - 710)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin Burgundy: the MS was written, it seems, for Autun, at an important centre where the script of Luxeuil was practised. A kindred MS is the Luxeuil Lectionary (Paris Lat. 9427, CLA 5.579).
|TM Number||TM 66201|
Written by several scribes, some showing boldness and mastery of stroke. The titles use fancy capitals characteristic of the ‘Luxeuil’ type. Noteworthy are letters O and M. Fol. 136v contains a prayer in Merovingian cursive saec. VIII. At the ends of formulae the words ‘per dominum nostrum’, etc. are frequently written in Luxeuil minuscule. Notae Tironianae occur.
☛Lowe’s original date (VII in) and corrected date (VII–VIII) changed to follow CLA 6 p. X. ☛Tewes, Luxeuil No. 18, dates to the end of the seventh century. ☛Ganz, Luxeuil: 3 scribes. ☛Gamber, CLLA 210. ☛H. M. Bannister, Missale Gothicum (Bradshaw Society 54) vol. 2. ☛Index Tironianorum.
|Last modified||26 March 2022|