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Volume / Number: 11 / 1669

CLA 1669
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Script Half-Uncial
Date VI–VII (501 - 700)
Origin and Provenance

Origin uncertain; palaeographical considerations point to North Italy, where the manuscript must have remained at least until the eighth century.

CLA Vol. 11
TM Number TM 67822
Support Parchment
Contents Testamentum Novum, Evangelia (Vulgata, Mt, Mc, Lc, Io).
Name Codex Spalatensis. (P)
Script Commentary

Script, by several hands, is regular and careful half-uncial of a late type, with G regularly uncial: the bows of b, d, h, and m are well rounded, that of b is open; Rustic capitals are often used at line-ends when space is lacking. A later hand writing more or less the same type of half-uncial entered on fol. 246 the beginning of the Gospel of John in Greek, using Latin characters as does the scribe of the Verona Greco-Latin Psalter (CLA 4.472). Marginalia are of different periods: the oldest, liturgical in interest, seem of the North Italian type and date from saec. VIII in. (cf. foll. 2, 189v and 154v); the more recent entries are written in tenth- and eleventh-century Beneventan (foll. 82 and 245v) and in twelfth-century ordinary minuscule (fol. 246) and concern the ecclesiastical history of Spalato and Nona.

Notes

☛McGurk, Gospel books no. 138.

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