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CLA 109
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  • Vatican City Italy Biblioteca del Vaticano Reginensis Latinus 762
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).

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TM Number TM 66205
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Contents Livius, Ab Urbe Condita (22–30).
Script Commentary

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.

Notes

☛F. W. Shipley, Certain sources of corruption in Latin manuscripts (New York 1904).

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