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Volume / Number: 1 / ** (p. 34)

CLA ** (p. 34)
  • Vatican City Italy Biblioteca del Vaticano Reginensis Latinus 1283 B [palimpsest old]
  • Orléans France Médiathèque 192 (169) (foll. 15–18, 20) [palimpsest old]
  • Berlin Germany Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz MS Lat. Quarto 364 [palimpsest old]
Script Rustic Capital
Date V (401 - 500)
Origin and Provenance

Written probably in Italy. Came early to Fleury where it was broken up, ca. saec. VII–VIII, and used partly as bindings, partly to write Hieronymus in Isaiam in uncial. The Vatican leaves come from a binding and belonged to Pierre Daniel (1530–1603); the Berlin leaf was bought by Heine in 1847 from a dealer in Toledo.

CLA Vol. 1
TM Number TM 66209
Support Parchment
Contents Sallustius, Historiae (fragm.).
Script Commentary

Script very regular, but not of the oldest type: F rises above the line; G is uncial; the second upright of H is like an elongated C; U is almost uncial. For other details see under Orléans and Berlin.


☛Mostert, Fleury, BF1493.

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