|Date||VIII–IX (701 - 900)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain: France is probable, West Germany possible. Paris, Bibl. Nat. MS Lat. 8071, saec. IX, of indubitable French origin, seems to be a copy of our manuscript. Found between 1501–1503 by Actius Syncerus Sannazarius presumably in some French library.
|TM Number||TM 67660|
|Contents||Carmen Eucheriae; Ovidius, Halieutica; Grattius, Cynegetica; Martialis, Epigrammata (fragm.).|
Script of foll. 55–70v is an undistinguished minuscule with a number of cursive elements and some suggestion of Insular connection: open a and a are used; r has either the Caroline form, but with the shaft going considerably below the line, or the Insular form; u occurs suprascript and cup-shaped; ligatures include ae, rp, sp, ti (for hard ti), tri, tro; foll. 71–73v are written in a tiny early minuscule with open a more frequent then a: the last letter of a line is often prolonged; the st ligature forms a wide arch; ti ligature is used for hard ti.
|Last modified||18 July 2017|