|Date||IV–V (380 - 420)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Origin Africa. Supported by two considerations: the text is nearest to the Gospel text used by Cyprian, an African writer, and the peculiar type of uncial has its nearest parallels in two fifth-century MSS of Cyprian (CLA 4.**458 and 4.464).
|TM Number||TM 66572|
|Contents||Testamentum Novum, Evangelia (Vetus Latina, Mc, Mt, fragm.).|
Script is a bold, curiously angular uncial of the oldest type: the bow of uncial A is very pointed; the eye of uncial E is open; the tail of 𐌾 is short; the first stroke of uncial M is straight; the script bears a distinct resemblance to that of Turin, F. IV. 27 and G. V. 37, both of Bobbio provenance (CLA 4.**458 and 4.464). Early corrections in rude half-uncial.
☛CLA provenance (‘origin uncertain’) changed to follow CLA 12 p. IX.
|Last modified||19 April 2022|