|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin uncertain, but doubtless some continental centre with Anglo-Saxon traditions. Used as fly-leaf to a MS of Hieronymus in Epistulam Pauli ad Galatas, in minuscule saec. IX, from Corbie. The two other known MSS of Theodorus also come from Corbie (London, Harley 3063 (CLA 2.200) and Amiens 88 (CLA 6.709)).
|TM Number||TM 66098|
|Contents||Theodorus Mopsuestenus, In Epistulam Pauli ad Timotheum 2 (fragm.); Ambrosiaster, Commentarii in Paulum Apostolum 2.|
Written rapidly in continental Anglo-Saxon minuscule with a fine pen: r is easily mistaken for n; d has an s-like flourish; s goes below the line.
☛See also CLA 5.**4.
|Last modified||22 March 2022|