Bible. Latin. O.T. Lamentations III. 13-34, with neumes. Fragment
s. VIII^^in [early 8th century]
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Most of the verses have received neumes. According to K. D. Hartzell these were certainly added much later than the leaf's own date.
A large portion of the verso is covered by a fragment of a 15th century German manuscript glued to the leaf in an attempt at repair.
Conservation work performed to remove 4 fragments from verso; fragments are housed with manuscript leaf. July 2010.
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Written at Luxeuil or one of its affiliated houses at the beginning of the 8th century.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of Lamentations, 3.13-51 (52-56 obscured). Written at Luxeuil or one of its affiliated houses. Fifteen folios from the original codex survive, most of which may be traced to the Benedictine abbey of Admont in Austria. Most of the verses in the Beinecke fragment have received neumes, possibly added later (11th century?).
1 l., 4 fragments
326 x 262 (265 x 212) mm. and smaller
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