|Date||VI² (551 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain. Marginal note on fol. 48v (Caroline minuscule saec. IX) seems French.
|TM Number||TM 66120|
|Contents||Philo Carpasinus, Enarratio in Canticum Canticorum, trans. Epiphanius Scholasticus.|
The script is a careful uncial not of the oldest type: S is top-heavy; the middle stem of M turns to the right; the bows are often poorly joined. Parchment good. Ink has scaled off the flesh-side. Seems to have been written with a reed pen.
☛F. Troncarelli argues the codex came from Cassiodorus’s library at Vivarium in Scrittura e Civiltà 12 (1988), p. 56–7. ☛Index Tironianorum, noting Troncarelli’s reading ‘perlectus Cassidorus’ as ‘nicht haltbar’.
|Last modified||26 March 2022|