|Date||VI–VII (580 - 620)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in Italy, to judge by the script. Used for book-binding purposes apparently in the late fifteenth century. The Karlsruhe fragments strengthened the binding of an incunabulum (Robert Holcot, Super librum Sapientiae, Basel, 1489) from Ettenheim-Münster in the Black Forest. P. Benedict Gottwald acquired a number of printed volumes for Engelberg in 1879 at Offenburg, which is close to Ettenheim-Münster (teste P. Wolfgang Hafner, librarian at Engelberg).
|TM Number||TM 67027|
|Contents||Augustinus, Tractatus in Evangelium S Iohannis (75–80, 110, 111, fragm.).|
Script is a natural but not very expert uncial: the bow of A is pointed; the lower bow of B protrudes; the two arcs of M are often nearly closed; the first upright of N descends slightly below the line; the right upper branch of X is unusually long and has a forked finial; similar finials are seen on the hasta of F and other short horizontals.
|Last modified||02 May 2019|