|Date||VIII–IX (ante 814) (701 - 813)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably at Lyon. Presented to the Cathedral by Archbishop Leidrat who resigned in 814 and died in 816. His autograph inscription on fol. 1v reads: 'leidrat licet indignus tamen episcopus istum librum tradidi ad altare sancti stephani'; it is also found in Paris Lat. 152 and Lyon 599 (515), 608 (524), and 610 (526). Corrections in his hand occur in this MS as well as in Munich 6305 from Freising, Leidrat's home.
|TM Number||TM 66522|
|Contents||Porphyrius, Isagoge; Aristoteles, Categoriae; Apuleius; Boethius, Commentarii In Aristotelem.|
Script is an early Caroline minuscule by two scribes: a has two forms, open a being more common; the ligatures mi, ni occur; ti ligature is used for hard and soft sounds. The occasional corrections and marginal notes on foll. 61, 74v, 75, and 76 may be in the hand of Florus Diaconus.
|Last modified||23 June 2017|