[between 900 and 1000?]
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Script: Written in Beneventan script.
Red headings. Heightening of the majuscules in red and yellow. 5-line initials in same colours.
Stained with paste. The outer edge is heavily trimmed and 8 rectangular cuttings have caused important text losses in the outer column.
Used in a binding. On the top of the verso, in the middle and at the bottom of the leaf the offset of texts written on a flyleaf (?) of the binding from which the fragments were taken [to be read with a mirror]. In the inner margin of the same verso is an undeciphered 19th-century inscription.
The fragments are taken from a printed book preserved in the Beinecke Library (Zi.+4428): Bonaventura, Commentarius in secundum librum sententiarum Petri Lombardi (Venice, 1477).
Manuscript fragment on parchment leaf (cut in halves in the middle of the height) of Passion of St. Terentianus, bishop of Todi (1 Sept.).
f. 1 : parchment ; 510 x 240 mm. (?).
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Teaching resource: Barbara A. Shailor, Medieval Studies
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