|Date||IV–V (350 - 450)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written apparently in the same region as the Livy Epitome, and presumably in Egypt where it was found. Removed to Russia after 1945.
|TM Number||TM 62941|
|Contents||De Iudiciis (fragm.); Ulpianus (fragm.).|
Script is a squarish, early half-uncial recalling the archaic half-uncial of the Livy Epitome (CLA 2.208): A, E, G, S are uncial; b, d, r are distinctly half-uncial; m approaches the half-uncial form; the bows of b, d, o, q are open at the top; the first stroke of N descends below the line; the form of S is noteworthy; u is almost cup-shaped.
☛CLA date (IV–V) changed to follow: S Ammirati, JJP 40 (2010) 65. ☛Seider, Paläographie II.2, pl. 14. ☛Mallon, L'écriture latine, pl. 47. ☛Cavenaile, CPL 75.
|Last modified||28 June 2017|