|Date||V ex (476 - 500)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written doubtless in Italy in a centre of fine traditions. Connection with Verona in the eighth century is established by the marginal entry in olive ink on fol. 140v.
|TM Number||TM 66592|
|Contents||Hilarius Pictaviensis, De Trinitate.|
Script is a bold and expert calligraphic uncial in the best style: the bow of uncial A is pointed; the hasta of uncial E is above the middle; the bow of h is detached; the first stroke of uncial M is almost straight; the bow of P is small and open. Few marginalia. An original rubric on fol. 402v. Notae Tironianae occur (foll. 29v, 54v, 293). Variant readings by original hand on foll. 43, 164, and on fol. 371 preceded by ALIAS. The three lines of Greek in the text on fol. 441v are well written, but obviously by a Western hand. Probatio pennae in cursive saec. VIII on fol. 140v; the same hand apparently made the same entry on foll. 133 and 141 of MS LI (49), CLA 4.504.
|Last modified||05 September 2018|