|Date||IV² (351 - 400)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain, probably Egypt. The unusual word-division and the lack of familiarity with the normal forms of the Nomina Sacra suggest that the scribe was unused to copying Latin.
|TM Number||TM 59453|
|Contents||Cicero, In Catilinam (6–9, 13–33); Alcestis; Greek Short Hand Manual (Alphabetic).|
Script is early half-uncial with cursive elements by a scribe who did not quite understand what he was copying: a has two forms, the cursive predominating; Ᵹ is unusually squelched; l often goes below the line as in cursive and is conspicuously short when next to u (see populus on fol. 1v, l. 3); o varies greatly in size; noteworthy are the width and height of u; the z on fol. 1v suggests the Greek form; strokes are often unjoined, especially in letters with bows (b, d, o). To be compared with CLA 11.1650, and 12.1683 and 1738.
☛Formerly Barcelona, Fundacion San Lucas Evangelista 126–181. ☛Formerly Durham, N.C., Duke University P. Robinson 201. ☛Formerly Durham, N.C., Duke University P. Robinson Lat. 1. ☛DCLP.
|Last modified||13 July 2021|