|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in north France. Removed from a binding. The fragments were studied by Pietro Mazzucchelli, who was associated from 1787 to 1829 with the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in various capacities, finally as Prefect.
|TM Number||TM 118670|
|Contents||Ambrosiaster, In Epistulas Pauli ad Corinthios; Theodorus Mopsuestenus, Commentarius in Paulum ad Corinthios.|
Script, by two hands, is a pre-Caroline minuscule with some affinity to the Corbie a-b type: a has three forms; l and the shaft of b often break towards the foot; the shaft of d usually extends below the bow; the ascender of h sometimes inclines to the left; o usually resembles uncial D with the ascender curving to the right; r and s do not descend below the base-line.
☛M. C. Ferrari in Lehner and Berschin (eds.), Lateinische Kultur im VIII. Jahrhundert. Traube-Gedenkschrift p. 69–73.
|Last modified||30 June 2017|