|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written doubtless at Salzburg. Later used for book-binding purposes: the fragment in the Studienbibliothek formed the binding of a book printed in 1706.
|TM Number||TM 67651|
|Contents||Ambrosius, Hexaemeron (6.4, 9).|
Script is a well formed, bold Caroline minuscule, probably by the same hand as Vienna Lat. 1007 (CLA 10.1497) and similar also to the script of Salzburg a. VII. 2. (CLA 10.1460): a has three forms, d two; both N and n are used; some descenders have a serif; the oe ligature occurs even in mid-word.
☛K. Forstner, 'Schriftfragmente des 8. U. früheren 9. Jahrhunderts in Salzburger Bibliotheken' Scriptorium 14 (1960) 235–256 at 237–7.
|Last modified||13 August 2018|