[between 1090 and 1099].
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Decoration: the 3- and 4-line initials at the beginning of Masses are in two styles: several initials are composed of hollow intertwining vines in red outline on a blue and green background; other initials are plain red square capitals; 1-line initials are in thick brown square capitals; 1-line initials of Psalm incipits are in brown rustic capitals; rubrics written in red rustic capitals; liturgical directions are in brown rustic capitals as are the first few words of each mass; punctuated with the punctus; interlinear neumes are in the St. Gall style; liturgical notes have been written in the morgin of fol. 3v in a fifteenth-century cursive gothic hand.
Fol. 1 was used as a flyleaf for another volume; the bifolium was used as a pastedown in the binding of another volume; both fragments preserve a set of five rust stains in an X-pattern.
Script: written in Caroline minuscule.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a gradual containing among other items: St. Ambrose (4 April); Sts. Tiburtius and Valerian (14 April); St. George (23 April); St. Boniface (5 June); Sts. Primus and Felician (9 June).
ff. 1-3 : parchment ; 238 x 180 mm.
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