|Date||VII² (651 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in Italy, presumably at Bobbio. The MS was number 135 in the inventory of 1461. The part now in Milan was obtained from Bobbio in 1606 by Cardinal Federico Borromeo; the part now in the Vatican came there in 1618.
|TM Number||TM 66121|
|Contents||Acta Concilii Chalcedonensis.|
Script is an awkward half-uncial, by a not very expert scribe: the tall shafts are topped by a hair-line; the shaft and curve of ꞅ are strongly contrasted; the form of uncial A is striking and approximates to the uncial; Ᵹ is compressed and hardly goes below the line; the cross-stroke of ꞇ tends to form a loop at the left; the bar of N curves. Corrections and marginalia in North Italian cursive saec. VII. For other details see CLA 1.26a.
☛CLA date (VII) changed to follow Engelbert, Rev. Béned. 78 (1968), p. 237–8.
|Last modified||10 July 2017|