|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written doubtless at Salzburg.
|TM Number||TM 67647|
|Contents||Hieronymus, Commentarii in Matthaeum.|
Script, apparently by two hands, is calligraphic early Caroline minuscule of the unmistakable Salzburg type; the first hand recalls Salzburg MS a. IX. 16 (CLA 10.1462) and the second hand of Munich CLM 16128 (CLA 9.1313); the script of foll. 52v–66r, 111–226v, with horizontal hair-lines at the top of a and at the base of p and q, etc., distinctly resembles that of the Salzburg Ambrose fragments (CLA 10.1464) and of Vienna Lat. 1007 (CLA 10.1497): a occurs in three forms; ligatures include nꞇ and or even in mid-word and ti in the Insular form for the soft sound. Corrections by several contemporary and ninth-century hands, among which is a characteristic Salzburg hand, probably that of the scholasticus Baldo.
|Last modified||20 September 2022|