|Date||VI² (551 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written most likely in North Italy, to judge by script of text and marginalia. Restored apparently at Nonantola saec. VIII–IX.
|TM Number||TM 66525|
|Contents||Augustinus, Confessiones; Cassianus, Collationes; Ambrosius, Homiliae; Maximus Taurinensis, Sermones; Rufinus, trans. Basilius Caesariensis, Homiliae Morales (3).|
Script is a small half-uncial by very expert scribes; the eye of e is often open; the hasta of F is high; N resembles M, the second stroke being high and sagging; i-longa occurs initially and after r; suprascript u frequent; z descends far below the line; descenders turn upward to the right. Blank spaces at the end of quires were filled in by contemporary hands. Early or contemporary marginalia in expert cursive are seen on many pages (foll. 29, 33v, 39v, 179, 182 et passim) with d (with stroke through the end of the shaft), ēē, qᷤ, qᷝ for 'de, esse, qua, qui'. Notae Tironianae on foll. 101v; 102v, 109v, &c. Neumes on fol. 121 seem saec. XI.
|Last modified||05 September 2018|