[between 825 and 850].
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Decoration: the homily on fol. 1v begins with a 3-line initial "T" outlined in orange and filled and surrounded with brown; 1-line initials are in orange uncials and are set apart from the text between the double vertical bounding lines; punctuated with the punctus and punctus versus.
Gift of Thomas E. Marston; purchased from Kraus in 1948; the leaf was earlier in the possession of E. von Scherling (Leiden); other leaves from this manuscript are preserved in Beinecke MS 482.4 (1 leaf) and elsewhere (see full description).
Script: written in Caroline minuscule, which Bischoff (on the basis of his inspection of other leaves of the same manuscript) dated to the second quarter of the ninth century.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of a copy of the South German Homiliary containing parts of Homily II.
ff. 1 : parchment ; 214 x 154 mm.
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