|Date||VIII–IX (780 - 820)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written in North France, probably in the convent that produced the three Cologne manuscripts written by nuns for Archbishop Hildebald of Cologne (785–819) and also the Paris manuscript Lat. 18282 (CLA 5.674). Belonged to Pithou whose autographed notes are in the manuscript. Later the property of Colbert in whose collection it was number 1863, and number 3887.14.14 in the Royal collection.
|TM Number||TM 66658|
Script is a pleasing Caroline minuscule of a distinct type by several hands: a has two forms, a and open a; the first upright of N leans to the right and descends well below the line. The uncial characters used for titles and colophons are in the distinctive type seen in Vatic. Regin. Lat. 316 + Paris Lat. 7193 (CLA 1.105 and 5, q.v.) and in MSS Lat. 12240 + 12241 and Lat. 18282 (CLA 5.639 and 5.674): the two bows of uncial M rise branch-like above the stem; the second upright of N leans to the left or both uprights incline towards each other.
|Last modified||01 May 2019|