|Date||VII (601 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin probably Italy. On fol. 98v occurs ΕΓΩ ΛΟΥΠΟΥ ΤΕΣΤΕΣ ΣΟΥΜ (? saec. VII). The MS was in Rome in the Maffei family at least as early as saec. XVI. Later in the library of the Theatine fathers of S Andrea della Valle (ex-libris, fol. 1), who sold it to the Vatican in 1696 (private archives of the Vatican Library, No. 11, fol. 294).
|TM Number||TM 66213|
|Contents||Hieronymus-Gennadius, De Viris Illustribus; Eusebius, Chronicon; Prosper, Epitoma chronikou; Vegetius, De re militare.|
The list of heresies (fol. 101) is framed in arcading like Canon-tables. Written by two scribes: one uses broad, roundish letters, the other more careless and disjointed ones with a characteristic x. Expert cursive marginalia saec. VII (e.g. fol. 83v).
|Last modified||25 March 2022|