|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written apparently in the same Swiss centre as Einsiedeln MS 369 (285), foll. 3–6, and possibly at St Gall.
|TM Number||TM 67055|
|Contents||Eusebius-Hieronymus, Liber Locorum; Vergilius Salisburgensis, Cosmographia Aethici Histri; Liber Generationum.|
Script is an early, small-size minuscule, by different hands, some showing clear Alemannic features and cursive elements, e.g. half-uncial Ᵹ, ꝺ-shaped o, ꞇ with the horizontal looped to the left, and the ligatures nt (even in mid-word), ꞇa (with sickle-shaped a on top of ꞇ), and ti ligature (for hard and soft ti). The hand on p. 281 ff. is akin to that of Einsiedeln MS 369 (285), foll. 3–6, a fragment of a lectionary; the hand on p. 209–215 seems identical with the first hand of St Gall MS 259 (CLA 7.935).
|Last modified||02 May 2019|