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Volume / Number: 6 / 781

CLA 781
Shelfmarks
  • Lyon France Bibliothèque Municipale 600 (517)
  • Paris France Bibliothèque Nationale de France Nouv. Acq. Lat. 446
Script Uncial
Date VII–VIII (680 - 720)
Origin and Provenance

Written probably in South France. Was at Lyon by the ninth century as the Florus corrections prove. Belonged to the 'Comtes de Lyon’. The Paris part, which had been stolen by Libri, was acquired by the Bibliothèque Nationale in 1888. The ownership-mark 'Est sancti Petri de Perosio' on fol. 19v is a Libri forgery.

CLA Vol. 6
TM Number TM 66954
Support Parchment
Contents Hieronymus, Epistulae.
Script Commentary

Script is late type of uncial: long hair-line finials of I and descenders are striking; stem of is tall; third stroke of N is often comma-shaped; top of T has a thick pendant to the left. Marginal entries in cursive minuscule: mon(achis), cl(ericis), gen(eraliter), etc.; cf. the ascetical collection in Paris Lat. 14086, foll. 186 ff. (CLA 5.664). An interlinear note in small minuscule saec. VIII on fol. 12; corrections in the hand of Florus Diaconus passim.

Notes

☛Index Tironianorum here and here.

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