|Date||VI in (501 - 525)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Italy, and probably in the North. Rewritten in a Rhaetian centre, presumably at Chur, in the time of Bishop Remedius (ca. 800).
|TM Number||TM 67091|
|Contents||Hilarius Pictaviensis, Expositio in Psalmos.|
Script is a graceful, fluent, and rapid half-uncial, apparently by more than one scribe: a is wide open; c is tall and leans to the right; Ᵹ is rather big; i-longa is used initially and often in mid-word after a preceding Ᵹ, r, and ꞇ without lifting the pen; the cross stroke of N sags and touches the second upright in its middle; the bow of q is either longish and shallow, or open; final ꞅ slopes at line-end; u is occasionally cup-shaped and suprascript; letters often do not stand on the line but appear transected by it. Greek words are written in the script of the text: 'sfodra' (p. 132).
|Last modified||27 June 2017|