|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain. The MS was probably written in Southern France or North Italy, in a centre with Visigothic connections—the centre which also produced the medical MS Paris N.A. Lat. 203.
|TM Number||TM 66260|
|Contents||Vocabularium medicinae; Medica quaedam; Heliodorus (?), Codex medicinalis de lectionibus; Sapientia artis medicinae; Claudius Galenus Pergamenus (?), Liber medicinalis superior de acutis passionibus; Medicinae divisiones; Epistula; Medica quaedam; Liber remediorum; De infirmitatibus mulierum; Dardanus (?), De ponderibus; Medica quaedam.|
Script is a curious and awkward mixed minuscule recalling the medical MS Paris N.A. Lat. 203: three forms of a occur: the Caroline (which is usual), the open (as in Visigothic), and the closed (as in Beneventan); the top of T descends to the left in a closed bow or, as in Beneventan and Visigothic; the back of e has a little knob; the top-heavy g is characteristic. Additions in contemporary uncial and Caroline minuscule occur in quire U.
☛Bischoff, Katalog 1 no. 1396.
|Last modified||30 April 2019|