|Creator:||Gregory I, Pope, ca. 540-604|
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Script: Written in bold Praegothica marked by strong bifurcation at the top of the ascenders, frequent use of lengthened i, unusual ct-ligature and the Southern form of tironian et.
The text opens with a 6-line decorated initial P, half inset, with long tail in the margin in red and blue.
The inner margin is trimmed, damaging part of the initial on the recto. Both pages are stained and the recto (hair side) is worn.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of Gregorius Magnus (Gregory the Great, pope 590-604), Moralia in Iob.
f. 1 : parchment ; ca. 380 x ca. 265 mm.
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