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Volume / Number: 9 / 1420

CLA 1420
  • Würzburg Germany Universitätsbibliothek M. P. Th. F. 64 a (p. 17–20, 29–46, 49, 50, 97–132, 169–268, 277–280, 295–316) [palimpsest old]
Script Uncial
Date V (401 - 500)
Origin and Provenance

Written presumably in Italy, to judge from the script and spelling. Used for rewriting with Augustine's commentary on the Psalms at Luxeuil about 700. Later in the W├╝rzburg Cathedral Library.

CLA Vol. 9
TM Number TM 67559
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Contents Testamentum Vetus, Prophetae maiores & Prophetae minores (Vetus Latina, Os, Ion, Is, Ier, Ez, Dn).
Script Commentary

Script is a bold, beautiful uncial of the earliest type, recalling the script of the Paris Livy (CLA 5.562): the bow of A is pointed, the eye of E is open and the hasta is high; the tail of G is short. A contemporary corrector writing an easy half-uncial signed after the colophon to Ezechiel : 'c . . el . . . . (partly illegible) lector emendaui' (p. 211/210); the same hand is seen on p. 46 in a correction.

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