[between 1190 and 1210].
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Decoration: 1- and 2-line initials at the beginning of lessons are in red; rubrics written in red minuscule; the rubrics on fol. 2r are in a fifteenth-century hand; punctuated with the punctus and punctus elevatus; accents are in the same ink as the text.
Script: written in late Caroline minuscule bordering on early gothic.
The fragments were used as the wrapper (fol. 2) and a pastedown (fol. 1) in the binding of another volume.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of capitula, possibly from a breviary containing among others: Capitula for sext of Pentecost; Capitula for an unidentified office; capitula for unidentified Feria II-VI; capitula for an unidentified Saturday; Capitula from Isaiah 33.2 and Romans 10.13.
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 90 x 147 mm.
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