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CLA 84
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  • Vatican City Italy Biblioteca del Vaticano Palatinus Lat. 210
Script Uncial
Date V ex. (476 - 500)
Origin and Provenance

Written probably in Italy. Came to an Anglo-Saxon centre, probably Lorsch, at least as early as saec. IX. Belonged to Gerwardus, and is recorded in the first Lorsch catalogue (Vatic. Palat. Lat. 1877). Lorsch ex-libris saec. XII on fol. 1.

CLA Vol. 1
TM Number TM 66180
Support Parchment
Contents Augustinus, Opuscula.
Script Commentary

Written by several scribes in careful uncial, not of the oldest type, with frequent use of hair-lines in part of the MS. Half-uncial is used for three excerpts from the Retractationes. Marginalia in ancient sloping uncial. Nota Tironiana on fol. 168. The first leaf contains a book-list in Irish script saec. IX, and Irish majuscule letters occur on fol. 147v . Fol. 1 also contains the name Sigimunt in German minuscule saec. IX.

Notes

☛Lowe's date (VI–VII) changed to follow J. Delmulle and W. Pezé, Sacris Erudiri 55 (2016), pp. 195–258 who show the MS was used by Eugippius in making his Excerpta. ☛M. Gorman, Scriptorium 58 (2004), pp. 56–62 on the book list saec. VIII–IX. ☛Index Tironianorum.

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