|Date||VIII² (751 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in some centre in Northern France, perhaps in the same scriptorium as Berlin Phill. 1743 and Kassel Theol. 4° 10 (cf. also Leiden, Univ.-Bibl. Bibl. Publ. Lat. 114) which come from Rheims and were probably written there. Later history of the manuscript unknown. Closely related in text to Paris Lat. 1451 (CLA 5.528).
|TM Number||TM 67737|
|Contents||Collectio Canonum 'S Mauri'.|
Script of the main hand is a rather roundish almost Caroline minuscule of a transition period, still permitting cursive ligatures which become more numerous when space is short at the end of paragraphs: a has two forms; u near line-end is often suprascript and cup-shaped; ti ligature is used for the hard sound; the hand on foll. 157 and 172 is more compressed; the curious hand on foll. 181v, 182v, 183v ff., 186v, 189, 190 is cursive minuscule of Merovingian type, resembling some hands in Berlin Phill. 1743 and Kassel Theol. 4° 10 (CLA 8.1060, 1141) with which it shares a peculiar z that descends below the line and has a horizontal tag to the right. Some late eighth-century additions are seen on foll. 1 and 82v. The Tironian nota for 'subscripsit' occurs several times in the list of subscriptions on fol. 156. Minor corrections in ninth-century minuscule.
|Last modified||14 June 2021|