|Date||VIII–IX (776 - 844)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written at Verona in the time of Pacificus (776–844). Provenance the Freising cathedral library. Must have reached Freising soon after it was written, since an early ninth-century copy of it exists in Freising script (CLM 13084, foll. 1–47). The familiar twelfth-century ex-libris stands on fol. 1, and a printed ex-libris is on the inside of the front cover.
|TM Number||TM 67424|
|Contents||Alcuinus, De Rhetorica, De Dialectica; Augustinus, Soliloquium, De Trinitate; etc.|
Script is Caroline minuscule of the Veronese type, by seven distinct hands. Marginalia and corrections on foll. 3–6, etc., are in the hand of Archdeacon Pacificus of Verona, who also wrote the entire fol. 75v; a has two forms; g has various forms the one with the flat longish head is typical, the Insular form is seen on full. 82 ff.; i-longa is used initially and here and there medially; o occasionally has a small tuft; v-shaped u occurs at line-ends; ligature is used now and then for assibilated ti.
|Last modified||29 June 2017|