|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in South Italy, certainly corrected there in the eleventh century. Later belonged to Fulvio Orsini (1529–1600). A half-uncial MS from the same school is Bamberg B. IV. 21 (CLA 8.1031). A Santa Croce MS now in Rome, Bill. Naz. Sessoriano 590 (LXXV) (CLA 4.427) appears to be a direct copy in Nonantola script of Vatic. Lat. 3375.
|TM Number||TM 66112|
|Contents||Eugippius, Excerpta ex Operibus Augustini.|
Marginalia in contemporary slanting uncial, and in Italian pre-Caroline minuscule saec. VI in. Later notes resemble ninth-century Nonantola MSS. Rewritten pages and punctuation are Beneventan saec. XI. A Beneventan hand transcribed marginalia.
☛Glossed by the priest Donatus: M. Palma, Scrittura e Civiltà 24 (2000), p. 5–16. Not in (John 1995).
|Last modified||09 September 2022|