|Date||VI (501 - 600)|
|Origin and Provenance||
Written probably at Lyon. Belonged to Étienne Charpin of Lyon, who lent it to Cujas for his edition. Acquired by. P. Pithou: his note on fol. 1 says that the volume, used by Cujas, was given to him by his uncle Fr. Pithou in 1620. A printed label with the arms of Le Peletier de Rosanbo whose family acquired some of Pithou's manuscripts is found on the preceding fly-leaf. A humamstic entry: 'Hic legis codex vetustissimus nondum publicatus 1557' is seen on fol. 10.
|TM Number||TM 66722|
|Contents||Codex Theodosianus (6–8).|
Script is uncial of the old type, by a well-trained, rapid hand: B and ꝺ are often left unjoined; the eye of uncial E is open; F goes well below the line; P and R remain open; the upper loop of S is often a mere dot; X is high-waisted and the lower left branch turns to the right; the fork of Y is high, and the stem goes below the base-line. Notes in sixth- and seventh-century cursive stand on foll. 31, 39, 115, 116, 117.
☛S. Ammirati, JJP 40 (2010), p. 101.
|Last modified||12 July 2017|