|Date||VII (601 - 700)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably in France, although Italy is not to be excluded. Belonged to de Thou (1553–1617): the ex-libris 'Jac. Aug. Thuani’ stands in the lower right-hand corner of fol. 1. The manuscript bore the number 855 in the Colbert collection and 3956.I.D. in the Royal collection (see fol. 1).
|TM Number||TM 66661|
|Contents||Origenes-Rufinus, Homiliae in Genesim (1.17–11.1).|
Script is a bold and heavy but well-formed uncial: the bow of uncial A often hangs above the base line; the lower bow of B is open; ꝺ is made with three strokes; the top stroke of B, C, uncial E, and S is a mere dot; the tail of G is very short; N is mostly broad; the last stroke of R is short and low; T and I juxtaposed resemble Greek π; Y is short and looks like minuscule ꞅ. The neumes added in the margins of foll. 30 and 41v are Italian, according to Dom Beyssac.
|Last modified||20 July 2017|