|Script||Anglo-Saxon Majuscule verging on Minuscule|
|Date||VIII² (751 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in an Anglo-Saxon centre in Germany, apparently by a German scribe. The leaves were used in binding a copy of Bartolus de Saxoferrato, Lectura (GW 3499, 3531, 3478), at Fulda, as the binder's stamps indicate.
|TM Number||TM 67916|
|Contents||Gregorius Magnus, Homiliae in Ezechielem (2.8.21–2, 2.9.1–2, 10–14).|
Script is clumsy though rather regular Anglo-Saxon majuscule verging on minuscule, written apparently by a scribe insufficiently trained in Anglo-Saxon calligraphy: d and n prevail, ꝺ occurring rarely and N only at the beginning of sentences; R and r, S and ꞅ; Ᵹ is conspicuously gauche; e in ligatures is angular. A correction on fol. 1v in pointed Anglo-Saxon minuscule. Sixteenth-century notes of legal content on fol. 1v.
|Last modified||04 July 2017|