[between 875 and 899].
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Decoration: 4-line initials at the beginning of lessons are written in red square capitals; rubrics written in red rustic capitals; the first three words of each lesson are written in red minuscule; punctuated with the punctus, punctus elevatus, and punctus interrogativus.
Script: written in late Caroline minuscule, which Bischoff has dated to the third quarter of the ninth century and attributed to Freising.
The fragment was once used as a pastedown in another volume; according to Bischoff the fragment is related either a lectionary fragment preserved at Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 29303/11 or to a similar fragment preserved as the back pastedown in Munich Clm 6406.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a lectionary containing: portions of John 2; Exodus 32; and John 7.
ff. 1 : parchment ; 208 x 166 mm.
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