[between 1240 and 1260].
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Decoration: one 4-line and two 3-line initials are in red, decorated with blue penwork; 1-line initials at the beginning of verses are in brown uncials highlighted with red; rubrics are written in red in the same script as the text; punctuated with the punctus, punctus elevatus, and punctus interrogativus; hyphenation and accents in the same ink as the text; there are three signs that occur over syllables of words, one similar to a backwards "3", one similar to a squarish backwards "C", and the third a virgule; perhaps theese are pitch or accent marks or some other type of aid for reading aloud.
Script: written in gothic script (littera textualis).
The fragment was used as a flyleaf in the binding of another volume.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a lectionary containing readings from Luke 1 and 3 and John 1.
ff. 1 : parchment ; 304 x 240 mm.
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