|Date||V–VI (401 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written no doubt in Italy. Re-used in the early eighth century, presumably at Bobbio, to make a restoration in Turin G. V. 37, a MS of Cyprian described below (CLA 4.464). Separated from this MS by A. Peyron, the discoverer of the palimpsest. Destroyed by fire in 1904.
|TM Number||TM 66552|
|Contents||Cicero, In Verrem (220.127.116.11–45).|
Script is calligraphic Rustic capital: the end of G curls in; the first and last strokes of M are oblique; N is broad; U has the uncial form; US in ligature at line-end.
☛Formerly Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale A.II.2 (fol. 113) [palimpsest old].
|Last modified||03 July 2017|