|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in North Italy, possibly at Ravenna, to judge from the script. Rewritten in the eighth century with Hieronymus in Matthaeum. Belonged to Reichenau at latest by 782 (cf. CLA 8.1099).
|TM Number||TM 67247|
|Contents||Euagrius, Altercatio Legis inter Simonem Iudaeum et Theophilum Christianum (fragm.).|
Script is a bold, well-formed half-uncial markedly resembling the Job palimpsest, Vatic. Lat. 5763 + Wolfenbüttel Weiss. 64 (CLA 1.41 and 9.**41) and to a certain extent the somewhat older Ravenna Ambrose (CLA 4.410 a and 4.410 b): A, F, and G are regularly uncial, ꝺ often.
|Last modified||28 June 2017|