|Date||VI² (551 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written possibly in Spain, to judge by certain palaeographical peculiarities, but possibly in Africa, to judge by the nature of the text and its relation to St Augustine. The leaves were taken from medieval bindings of books from the Freising cathedral library. The Göttweig leaf comes from a manuscript of the Commentarii Notarum Tironianarum acquired by Abbot Gotfried Bessel between 1742–1749.
|TM Number||TM 67428|
|Contents||Testamentum Novum, Epistulae Pauli Et Epistulae Catholicae (Vetus Latina, Rm, 1–2 Cor, Gal, Eph, Phil, 1 Tim; Vulgata, Hbr, 1 Pt, 1 Io, fragm.).|
|Name||Fragmenta Frisingensia. Freising Fragments.|
Script is a somewhat angular uncial: the bow of A is small and thin; the right stroke of ꝺ is long; descenders are markedly long, a feature of Visigothic uncial. The prologues and some notes seen on foll. 23 and 25 are by the scribe of the next item.
☛CLA provenance (apparently Spain) changed to follow CLA 12 p. IX. ☛Formerly Munich, Universitätsbibliothek Quarto 928.
|Last modified||01 August 2017|