|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Italy and most likely in the North, to judge by the script and marginalia. Came to Fulda presumably by way of England. Migrated to Kassel in or after 1632.
|TM Number||TM 67278|
|Contents||Ps- Hegesippus, De Bello Iudaico; Flavius Iosephus, Bellum Iudaicum.|
Script is a skilful, nimble half-uncial of the best period, strongly recalling the Sessorian manuscript of Augustine (CLA 4.420a): i-longa is not infrequent and occurs after r, a sign of antiquity; N is regularly majuscule; suprascript u is v-shaped. Corrections in sixth-century sloping cursive by several hands (foll. 35, 47, 66v, etc.). A hand using small pointed Anglo-Saxon minuscule saec. VIII restored the opening lines of many pages damaged by damp. Early Notae Tironianae on foll. 4, 21v, 50v, 64. Anglo-Saxon runes are scratched in on the front and back of the old wrapper.
|Last modified||06 September 2018|