|Date||VI–VII (501 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in North Italy in the same scriptorum, possibly by the same hand, as Ambros. D. 84 inf. (CLA 3.332). Apparently used as back fly-leaves (now mostly cut away) of a MS which belonged to the monastery at Bobbio; the usual ex-libris with the number 113 is seen at the top of fol. 3; at the foot of the same page stands the other familiar fifteenth-century ex-libris: 'Iste liber Omerliarum est Monachorum congregationis sancte Justine de observantia ordinis sancti Benedicti residentium in Monasterio sancti Columbani. Scriptus sub numero 113'.
|TM Number||TM 66435|
|Contents||Fragmenta Operis Incerti.|
Script is an excellent calligraphic uncial of the sixth century: the bow of uncial A is strikingly thin and blade-like; to save space at the end of lines T and S rise high above their neighbours.
|Last modified||22 June 2017|