[between 1200 and 1250]
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Script: Copied by one hand in early Gothica Textualis Libraria.
Space for headings not used. A red line-filler on f. 21v. Plain initials of 1-3 lines in red, located partially in the text, partially in the margin, at the beginning of all artt. (except artt. 4, 6 and 12); in art. 1 also at the beginning of the text itself. The words after an initial generally in majuscules; other words often in majuscules are “Maria”, “rex Salomon”, “Amen”.
Binding: ca. 1900. Pasteboard covered with large sections of two parchment leaves from a 15th-century antiphonary (?) from Germany, with Hufnagel notation on 4-line staves traced in black, brown and red. The handwriting is Gothica Textualis Formata. The leaf on the rear cover has the folio number “208”.
Manuscript on parchment containing 1) Gesta Silvestri papae (d. 335). 2) Excerpts from Liber Quare (11th century?) containing notes on the liturgy and church year. 3) Ps.-Augustinus Hipponensis (Pseudo-Augustine), Sermo. 4) Augustinus Hipponensis (St. Augustine, 354-430), Epistula 54. With Anonymous sermons.
ff. i + 32 + i : parchment ; 240 x 150 mm.
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