|CLA||** (p. 34)|
|Date||V (401 - 500)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin presumably Italy. Two ninth-century copies exist: Berlin 126 (Phillipps 1872), written at Tours, and Leiden Voss. Lat. Q. 110, from St Maximin, Micy. The original MS was probably then at Fleury (the Paris portion has the Fleury ex-libris on fol. 1) and was later broken up and used in bindings. Probably all the leaves belonged to Paul Petau (†1614), the Leiden leaves certainly.
|TM Number||TM 66693|
|Contents||Hieronymus, Chronicon (fragm.).|
☛Vatican leaves formerly foll. 34–35 of Regin. Lat. 1709 A are now bound at beginning of Regin. Lat. 1709 B with note on flyleaf. The online facsimile also has photographs of the Leiden leaves. ☛CLA S1 pp. 354–5 notes the presence of offsets with parts of the years 318–322 (back cover) and 344–348 (front cover) in Orléans, Médiathèque 306 (260). ☛Index Tironianorum.
|Last modified||11 September 2022|