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Volume / Number: 10 / 1567

CLA 1567
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  • Prague Czech Republic University of Knihovna VI.Fe.50
Script Anglo-Saxon Majuscule
Date VIII (701 - 800)
Origin and Provenance

Written apparently in England, presumably in the South to judge by the ornamentation. It was in Germany certainly by the tenth century. Later used for book-binding. Seventeenth-century stampillas of the Lobkowitz library at Roudnice stand on foll. 1–2v.

CLA Vol. 10
TM Number TM 67734
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Contents Testamentum Novum, Evangelia (Vulgata, Mc 14.3–21, 14.62–15.10).
Script Commentary

Script is Insular majuscule of a rather compressed type verging on minuscule: d is mostly minuscule and n regularly so; majuscule R prevails; majuscule S occurs only after minuscule (puꞅsillum, diꞅcipuliꞅ suiꞅ, etc.); both open a and a are used. A correction on fol. 1v and liturgical lection-marks in the Passion are in tenth-century German minuscule.

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