|Date||VIII ex (776 - 800)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written presumably in North-east France, as the script suggests. Later the MS belonged to St Martial at Limoges; the autograph notes of the well-known Bernard Itier (saec. XII–XIII) are seen on foll. 2v, 3, 161, and 163.
|TM Number||TM 66669|
|Contents||Augustinus, Enchiridion, Hypomnesticon contra Pelagianos; Caesarius Arelatensis, Contra eos qui dicunt quare aliis det Deus gratiam, aliis non det; Vigilius Tapsensis, De unitate Trinitatis; Miracula in imagine Veronicae (fragm.); De amicis; Augustinus, Tractatus in Evangelium Johannis.|
Script, mainly by one hand, is a bold, stately pre-Caroline minuscule, still retaining numerous ligatures: a in the uncial form is still the exception; the shaft of b often has a break at the foot and has here and there the tag as in the a-b type; the shaft of h leans slightly to the left; the cross-stroke of final t is a downward flourish; ligatures with c are frequent and noteworthy for their form. A peculiar, elongated form of Z with a horizontal tag on the right side of the oblique is seen on the almost contemporary foll. 157v–160—a form found in some MSS from North-east France. Contemporary marginalia in rather cursive minuscule, mixed with Notae Tironianae, occur passim (foll. 10, 12v); some are saec. IX.
|Last modified||06 September 2018|