|Date||VII–VIII (601 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written apparently in North Italy. The scribe Dominicus signs on fol. 112v : 'ORATE PRO ME DOMINICO PRESBITERO SCRIPTORE'. The occurrence of the Insular symbol for 'autem', the use of red dots with the capitals, and the type of figures in the illustrations suggest some Insular centre in Italy. Belonged to Cardinal Marcello Cervini (1501–55), later Pope Marcellus II.
|TM Number||TM 66163|
|Contents||Testamentum Vetus (Ios, Idc, Rt, 1 Sm, 2 Sm, 3 Rg, 4 Rg, 1 Par, 2 Par, 1 Esr, 2 Esr, Tb, Idt, Est, Iob, Ps).|
|Name||Codex Cervinianus. (O)|
Crude uncial script: the bow of A often high above the line; the second upright of N often comma-shaped, cutting the cross-stroke obliquely; the tail of G bends to the right; the cross-stroke of T branches at both ends.
|Last modified||29 July 2017|