|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Spain. Brought soon after to Fulda where it was copied in Anglo-Saxon minuscule (for the copy see cal 12.**146); part of Letter 56 still exists in both manuscripts. The fragments were used for binding accounts of Hessian localities for 1636 and 1638.
|TM Number||TM 67914|
|Contents||Hieronymus, Epistulae (fragm.); Augustinus, Epistulae (fragm.).|
Script is broad, low-lying, and easy-flowing Visigothic minuscule of the older type: d has two forms; the descender of f is longish; g has two forms, the usual uncial and a common form in the ligature ge and in 'regulus'; i-longa is the rule initially and also medially for the semi-vocal sound; the soft and hard sounds of ti are not distinguished; the tall iT-ligature occurs at line-end, a Visigothic feature; other ligatures are used freely, even in mid-line. Corrections in Visigothic and Anglo-Saxon minuscule; also early glosses in Latin and, of special interest, even one in Old High German (‘steofbarn' glossing 'privignus antenatus') in Anglo-Saxon minuscule.
☛Formerly Kassel, Landesbibliothek Manuskripten-Anhang 18 (2). ☛Bischoff, Katalog 1 no. 1817.
|Last modified||25 July 2017|