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Script: Copied by two hands, both writing a rapid Humanistica Cursiva. Hand A copied art. 1, Hand B artt. 2-3.
Leaves are in succession and constitute the central part of a quire, f. 1 being now a singleton and ff. 2-5 a binio.
Lower section of the leaves is damaged by mould, badly impairing the legibility, and parts of them are lost.
Manuscript on paper of 1) Servius Honoratus (390-400), De finalibus. 2) Life of Boethius (c. 485-524). 3) Aelius Donatus (350), Ars grammatica, 1.5.
ff. 5 : paper ; 200 x 135 mm.
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