|Date||VIII¹ (719 - 719)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in 719 in Italy, to judge by the script of text, and presumably in the North, to judge by the marginalia. The manuscript belonged to the abbey of St Matthias near Trier.
|TM Number||TM 67506|
|Contents||Quodvultdeus (Ps- Prosper) De Promissionibus et Praedicationibus Dei; Signa Antichristi; Versus Sibyllae.|
Script is uncial of a late type: the bow of A hangs above the base-line; the tail of G is thin and straight; initial I often descends below the line; the third stroke of N and most descenders are spike-like; LL often run together; thin vertical finials are added to some letters. The date 719 is fixed by a chronological computation on fol. 115. Numerous marginal notes in a curious minuscule occasionally mixed with cursive and uncial seem almost contemporary. A ninth-century Italian hand wrote fol. 56v ('De electis ante lege uel sub lege').
|Last modified||29 June 2017|