[between 1100 and 1110]
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Fragments were used as outer wrappers for another volume.
Script: written in Caroline minuscule.
Decoration: two 7-line initials in yellow on a square ground, colored with blue, red, dark red, and green and decorated with white interlacing foliage; 2-line initials at the beginning of lessons in red square capitals; 1-line initials in brown uncials; rubrics written in red uncials with rustic capital "D"; first words of the homily and the first initial of the biblical text are written in brown uncials with rustic capital "D" filled with red; punctuated with punctus, punctus elevatus, and punctus interrogativus.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a homiliary containing among others: Pseudo-Augustine, Sermon 196; Ambrose, Expositio evangelii secundum Lucam; Gregory the Great, Homiliae xl in evangelia.
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 455 x 316 mm.
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