|Script||Early Caroline Minuscule|
|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in North-east France or West Germany, to judge by the script and the Insular symptoms.
|TM Number||TM 67881|
|Contents||Johannes Chrysostomus, Commentarius in Paulum (Ad Hebraeos), translated by Mutianus.|
Script, by several hands, is expert early Caroline minuscule: open a and a; d and ꝺ, the minuscule predominating; the ascender of h curves to the right in one hand; i-longa occurs here and there initially and medially; i after t often descends below the line; n has two forms; ligatures include et (recalling a Corbie form), fe, fo, NT, ri, te, ti for the hard sound, tu. Small corrections saec. XI. Probationes pennae, etc., including NARDINO (saec. IX), apparently a name, on fol. 131v.
|Last modified||04 July 2017|