|Date||VIII¹ (701 - 750)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in England, apparently in a Northumbrian centre, and possibly at Lindisfarne to judge by contents. At the end of the eighth century the manuscript was at Fulda where the Lindisfarne Annals were copied and a continuation of the paschal tables made (for this and later history, see CLA 9.1234).
|TM Number||TM 67374|
|Contents||Beda, De Temporum Ratione (46–50, 56–59, 63–64); Dionysius Exiguus, Cyclus Paschalis (589–740) cum Notis Historicis.|
Script is a somewhat compressed English uncial of the unmistakable Northumbrian type: the strokes of many letters (A, B, F, K, M) are not joined; the cross-stroke of N is low and almost horizontal. The notes referring to Northumbria are by the first hand. Entries of an historical character, saec. XI–XII, fill the lower and lateral margins.
|Last modified||29 June 2017|