Volume / Number: 2 / 189
|Date||VIII (701 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in England, probably in a Southern centre, to judge by its resemblance to the British Museum charter, Cotton Aug. II. 18, AD 705 (ChLA 3.185). Damaged in the fire in Sir Robert Cotton’s Library in 1731.
|TM Number||TM 66293|
|Contents||Iunilius, De Partibus Divinae Legis (1.9–2.17, 22–24).|
Script is a rapid, expert, cursive minuscule: g resembles an elongated s; 1 often descends in a sweeping curve below the line; the cross-bar of t is often long, resembling an abbreviation mark; r and ꞅ descend below the line; the ti ligature is frequent, the top of t joining the i in a characteristic s-like flourish; the ci ligature resembles a q; subscript o occurs in the ligature tio.
|Last modified||22 July 2022|