|CLA||** (p. 32)|
|Date||VII² (651 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in France. Belonged to the Abbey of Corbie; was discarded there and used in bindings: the main Amiens MS certainly belonged to Corbie, so probably did the Vatican MS, which was later in the library of Paul Petau (†1614).
|TM Number||TM 66202|
|Contents||Vita S Abrahae Eremitae; Ephraim Syrus, Paraenesis; Ps- Ephraim Syrus, Sermo Asceticus.|
Written in a very heavy type of half-uncial to be compared with that of Vatic. Lat. 10800 (CLA 1.58): letters G, L, M have the uncial form; A is very open; the shoulder of R is sickle-shaped. For further details of the other parts see under Amiens and Paris.
☛For the Amiens and Paris parts, see CLA 6.708.
|Last modified||12 July 2017|