|Date||IV–V (380 - 420)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written apparently in Italy. Found in Egypt in 1954–5. Acquired by the late Prof. David M. Robinson of the University of Mississippi and bequeathed by him to Prof. William H. Willis of Duke University, who intends to give it eventually to the University Library.
|TM Number||TM 59453|
|Contents||Cicero, In Catilinam (6–9, 13–33); Alcestis; Greek short hand manual, alphabetic.|
Script is small half-uncial, recalling the quarter-uncial type: a has two forms, one rising above the base-line in ligature with the next letter and the other resembling the uncial; c and e often rise above the other letters; i-longa occurs in mid-word for no reason; o is shrunken.
☛Formerly Barcelona, Fundacion San Lucas Evangelista 126–181. ☛Formerly Durham (NC), Duke University P. Robinson 201. ☛Formerly Durham (NC), Duke University P. Robinson Lat. 1.
|Last modified||30 April 2019|