|Script||Caroline Minuscule, Tours School|
|Date||VIII–IX (701 - 900)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written at Tours. It is a direct copy of the fifth-century uncial Codex Puteanus, Paris Lat. 5730 (CLA 5.562).
|TM Number||TM 66205|
|Contents||Livius, Ab Urbe Condita (22–30).|
Script is early Caroline minuscule, written by eight scribes (Gyslarius, Aldo, Fredegaudus, Nauto, Theogrimnus, Theodegrimus, Ansoaldus, and Landemarus) exhibiting different stages of development. Turonian half-uncial occurs at the beginning of one book. Crowding and spreading at the ends of quires show that the archetype was distributed by quires to the several scribes.
☛F. W. Shipley, Certain sources of corruption in Latin manuscripts (New York 1904).
|Last modified||29 November 2017|