|Script||Irish Majuscule and Irish Minuscule|
|Date||VIII–IX (701 - 900)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written apparently in Ireland. The manuscript is mentioned among the 'Libri Scottice scripti' in the St Gall catalogue of about the middle of the ninth century. A sixteenth-century St Gall ex-libris is seen on p. 5.
|TM Number||TM 67046|
|Contents||Testamentum Novum, Evangelium (Vetus Latina, Io partim.).|
Script is either Irish majuscule in transition, in part roundish (p. 27, etc.), in part angular, compressed, and verging on minuscule, or plain Irish minuscule (p. 21): y has both branches curving to the right. Corrections by the contemporary Irish hand which also marked the Eusebian sections. Biblical glosses were added by a tenth-century minuscule hand on p. 3, originally left blank.
☛McGurk, Gospel books no. 118. ☛Houghton, Latin New Testament p. 232: Parts of Io 1–3 are Vetus Latina, remainder Vulgate.
|Last modified||01 August 2017|