|Date||VIII¹ (701 - 750)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain, probably North Italy. Later history unknown, unless it may be concluded from the texts with which the manuscript is now bound that it too belonged to the Benedictine monastery of Neuweiler in Alsatia. Was already in the Vienna Palatine Library about 1600.
|TM Number||TM 67670|
Script is rather crude, ungainly uncial of a late type: the second upright of N resembles a longish comma; the bow of q is open and has the form of C. In the 'Benediccio salis ad pecura' entered in somewhat later uncial on the blank verso of fol. 172 the Visigothic-looking abbreviations NSA and NOSA are used for nostra and M is omitted even in mid-line. The alphabetical probatio pennae 'adnixi' in half-uncial saec. VIII stands on fol. 166v; on fol. 170v is an entry in minuscule saec. VIII–IX.
|Last modified||21 June 2017|