|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written at Salzburg, to judge by the resemblance to Vienna Lat. 1007 (CLA 10.1497) and Munich CLM 5508 (CLA 9.1247). Belonged to the Salzburg cathedral library where it bore the number 193. Was removed to Vienna in 1806.
|TM Number||TM 67689|
|Contents||Liber de Diversis Sententiis; Hieronymus, De Passione Domini; Laurentius Mellifluus, De Duobus Temporibus.|
Script is a firm, bold Caroline minuscule by several hands typical of the Salzburg school, including perhaps the main hand of Munich CLM 5508 (CLA 9.1247): a and occasionally open a, d and ꝺ are used; ligatures include forms with suprascript a; a more stately script with half-uncial a and other half-uncial features is used for six lines on fol. 2. The manuscript has a plain Carolingian binding.
|Last modified||23 June 2017|