|Date||IV (301 - 400)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in the Eastern part of the Roman Empire, presumably in a centre of legal studies. Found in Egypt, probably in the Fayûm.
|TM Number||TM 64631|
|Contents||Lex Romanum Anteiustinianum.|
Script is early sloping half-uncial of the distinct type seen in the Fragmentum de formula Fabiana (CLA 10.**1042) and in another legal fragment found in Egypt (CLA 2.248): the base of L extends below the following letter. In the capital rubrics E has no horizontal top-stroke.
☛CLA date (IV–V) changed to follow Seider, Paläographie II.2, p. 50–1.
|Last modified||23 June 2017|