|Date||VIII (701 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in France, presumably in the Western or Southern part and probably in the centre which produced the Fleury Homiliary (CLA 6.802). The manuscript with which this fragment is bound belonged to cardinal Zelada (†1801).
|TM Number||TM 67807|
|Contents||Lectionarium. Testamentum Novum, Evangelia (Lc 24, Apc 11.15–12.8).|
Script is late uncial of the curious longish type seen in Orléans 154 (131) + Paris Nouv. Acq. Lat. 1598 + 1599 (CLA 6.802): the bow of A is low and small; LL run together; the top of T is ticked at the left end; U is often v-shaped; ascenders and descenders are markedly long; half-uncial a occurs in a run-over; US in ligature at line-end. The recto is practically illegible except for the beginning where Lc 24.24 can be deciphered; therefore, the manuscript did not contain the continuous text of the Apocalypse.
|Last modified||29 July 2017|