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Bible, Mark, or Lectionary or Missal (fragment).

Bible, Mark, or Lectionary or Missal (fragment).

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Bible. N.T. Mark
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Date: [between 990 and 1010].
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Description:
Decoration: 1-line initials are in brown rustic capitals; punctuated with the punctus and punctus versus.
Script: written in Caroline minuscule.
The fragment was used as a pastedown in the binding of another volume.
The speakers in the text are noted by letters above the first word of quoted text: "T" for Jesus, "C" for the narrator, and "I" for other speakers; these letters indicate the different ways to read the words of the speakers in the passage during Holy Week, in this case, Feria III.
Abstract:
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a portion of the biblical book of Mark, or a lectionary, or a missal.
Physical Description:
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 219 x 188 mm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 2003821
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