|Date||VI² (ante 570) (551 - 569)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in South Italy, probably in the scriptorium of Eugippius at Castello Lucullano, Naples. It was certainly read and corrected there by Donatus presbyter in 570, as we know from the subscription on p. 248. On p. 1 stands the usual sixteenth-century Monte Cassino ex-libris with the number 193.
|TM Number||TM 66475|
|Contents||Ambrosiaster, Commentarii in Epistulas Pauli.|
Script is a regular, almost majestic half-uncial by more than one scribe: the hasta of F often extends to the left of the shaft; the bow of Ᵹ is generous. Contemporary corrections and marginalia, probably all by Donatus, are in sloping uncial; there are later entries in Beneventan saec. X–XI (p. 68, 423) and in ordinary minuscule, the latter being chiefly concerned with restoring lost portions near the edge. Beneventan neumes are seen on p. 538.
☛Steffens, Paléographie latine, Pl. 23.
|Last modified||10 July 2017|