|Date||VIII–IX (701 - 900)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Germany, probably in the Main region, in a centre where Anglo-Saxon influence was paramount. The scattered leaves were used for bookbindings. The Stuttgart Incunabulum 9600 has the typical binding of the monastery library of St Stephan in Würzburg; the note 'georius beyel ist dass buch' (saec. XV) is seen on the recto of Cod. Fragm. 64. The Würzburg incunabulum, a missal, in which the offsets of the Munich and New York leaves are seen was printed by Sensenschmid in 1475 and comes from Münsterschwarzach. The Glazier leaf was formerly owned by Max Kammerer of Wartenberg.
|TM Number||TM 67482|
|Contents||Testamentum Novum, Evangelia (Vulgata, Mt, Mc, Lc, Io, fragm.).|
Script is an Anglo-Saxon minuscule of a distinct type, with characteristically long descenders.
☛Formerly Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek CLM 29159/5. ☛Bischoff, Katalog 2 no. 3373.
|Last modified||25 July 2017|