|Date||VIII² (751 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in an Anglo-Saxon centre on the Continent, to judge by the use of parchment, and probably by a scribe trained in the Northumbrian tradition; textually there is some affinity with the oldest Freising copies of the Moralia in CLM 6382 and 6297 (CLA 9.1278 and 1263). Belonged to the Würzburg Cathedral Library: the entry 'Liber sci Kyliani', saec. XII–XIII, is seen on fol. 1v. It bore the number 'XII', later '78'.
|TM Number||TM 67567|
|Contents||Gregorius Magnus, Moralia in Iob (32–35).|
Script is a pointed Anglo-Saxon minuscule: a is open, likewise the bow of d; both branches of y lean to the right. The uncial used in the lemmata on foll. 45v and 46 recalls somewhat the type seen in the capitula in Northumbrian manuscripts (CLA 2.260; 3.299). The fence-shaped Insular M is seen in the opening line on fol. 32v. The Greek letter Ψ is used here and there in 'psalmista’ and similar words. Some corrections in ninth-century Caroline minuscule.
|Last modified||29 June 2017|