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Origin: North Africa—MSS probably or possibly written in North Africa (Lowe)

The Supplement volume (pp. viii–ix) lists 19 manuscripts that were, in Lowe's opinion, of African origin. He labelled the attribution of the following manuscripts 'questionable' CLA 3.280, 6.806, 9.1286a, 10.1530, 11.1628a.

Manuscripts in this Collection

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Script Shelfmarks Date CLA Vol. CLA Name
Uncial IV–V 1 ** (p. 18)
Half-Uncial V–VI (ante 509–510) 1 1a Basilican Hilary.
Uncial VI in (post 509–510) 1 1b Basilican Hilary.
Uncial VI² 10 **1286a
Uncial IV–V 10 1530
Uncial IV–V (396–426) 11 1613
Uncial V–VI 11 1628a
Uncial V 2 ** (p.17) Codex Palatinus. (e)
Uncial IV ex 2 178
Uncial 3 280
Uncial V 3 389
Uncial V 4 **437 Codex Palatinus. (e)
Uncial IV–V 4 **458
Uncial V 4 464
Uncial IV–V 4 465 Codex Bobiensis. (k)
Uncial V¹ (post 420) 4 491
Uncial V 5 565 Palimpsestum Floriacense. Fleury Palimpsest.
a-type Half-Uncial V–VI 5 680 Codex Thevestinus.
Uncial V 6 804
Half-Uncial VI ex 6 806
Uncial V 7 923
Uncial VI² 9 1286a Fragmenta Frisingensia. Freising Fragments.
Uncial V in S 1728

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Chart of Scripts