[between 1290 and 1299].
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Decoration: on fol. 1 columns 3 and 4 are written in red, as is the slightly enlarged "A" indicating a Sunday on every seventh line in column 2; the enlarged abbreviations for the words "kalendae", "nonae", and "idus" are also red; the script in the columns of the computus tables alternates black and red; punctuated with the punctus.
Script: written in gothic script (littera textualis).
The bifolium was used as a wrapper for another volume.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a calendar and computus, possibly made for a Cistercian monastery; includes a calendar for April and May and computus tables for determining the dates of Septuagesima, Quadragesima, Easter, Rogation, and Pentecost.
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 156 x 100 mm.
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