|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in North Italy, in the scriptorium which produced the Evagrius palimpsest in Karlsruhe Aug. CCLIII (CLA 8.1107), possibly at Ravenna to judge by the script. Re-used in the eighth century in North Italy for copying two distinct manuscripts of Isidore (see CLA 9.1386 and 1.39).
|TM Number||TM 66137|
|Contents||Hieronymus, Praefationes; Testamentum Vetus, (Vulgata, Iob 1–15. 24).|
Script is a bold and regular half-uncial resembling the script of the Evagrius palimpsest in Karlsruhe Aug. CCLIII (CLA 8.1107): uncial 𐌾 is the rule; R occurs at line-end; other details given under the Vatican. For the ductus and the irregular admixture one may also compare the Ravenna Ambrose and Verona 1 (1) Append. Fragm. II (CLA 4.410a, 410b and 474).
|Last modified||01 August 2017|