|Date||VII (601 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written certainly in France, presumably at Corbie; mentioned in several old Corbie catalogues. Its number was 28 + 230. The Corbie ex-libris (saec. XIII) is seen on fol. 1. Removed to St Germain-des-Prés, Paris, in 1638, in which library it was No. 197. During the French Revolution a portion was acquired by Dubrowsky and taken to St Petersburg. The British Museum acquired its part with the Burney MSS in 1818.
|TM Number||TM 66286|
|Contents||Origenes, Homiliae de Visionibus Balaam; Johannes Chrysostomus, De Reparatione Lapsi.|
Script is an important example of French uncial: B has a strikingly protruding lower bow; Ꝺ often resembles an O with a stem-like top; G occasionally ends in a horizontal tag; the two bows of uncial M sometimes rise branch-like above the middle stem; the upper horizontal of Z is sinuous and projects to the right. Notae Tironianae occur.
|Last modified||04 September 2018|