|Date||VI² (551 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in a South Italian centre, to judge by the script. Was early at Fleury (a Fleury ex-libris, saec. VIII–IX, is seen on fol. 49 of the Orléans portion), where it was dismembered and used to strengthen bindings. The Leiden fragments, which are now kept separately, were formerly fly-leaves of MS Voss. Lat. Oct. 88, containing Glosses, Augustine's De dialectica, etc., saec. X and Defensor's Liber scintillarum, saec. XII. Pierre Daniel's ex-libris of 1560 is seen on fol. 2. Belonged to Queen Christina and later to Isaac Vossius (1618–1689) in whose collection it bore the numbers B.41 and 270. Attention to the Bern fragment was recently called by Dr Chr. von Steiger, its custodian.
|TM Number||TM 67599|
|Contents||Origenes, Homiliae in Leviticum (5–8, fragm.).|
Script is a careful but somewhat stiff half-uncial: g approximates to the minuscule form; the shoulder of r almost reaches the base-line. Other details will be found under Orléans (CLA 6.819) and Bern.
☛Mostert, Fleury BF198, BF364.
|Last modified||30 June 2017|