[between 1100 and 1150].
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Decoration: one 3-line initial at the beginning of Psalm 30 in silver highlighted with blue and green; initials at the beginning of verses are in red square capitals; Psalm 30 begins with a full line of brown rustic capitals; punctuated with the punctus, punctus elevatus, and one punctus flexus, but the punctus elevatus and punctus flexus may be later alterations of original punctus; later gothic hands have made corrections and liturgical additions in the margin of fol. 1r.
Script: written in late Caroline minuscule.
The fragment was used as a pastedown in the binding of another volume.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a Gallican psalter containing portions of Psalms 29 and 32.
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 198 x 140 mm.
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