Libri Regum.

Origin Bobbio
Script Uncial, Half-Uncial, Irish Majuscule
Contents Libri Regum.
Foliation Palimpsest, upper script (for the lower script of pp. 375/376, 385/386, 449/450, 471-474, containing Seneca in Rustic capital saec. V., see C.L.A., 3.346; the three leaves, made up of one bifolium and one inserted leaf, now paginated 209/210, 451/452 and 461/462 were taken from a discarded Gothic MS. of Esdras and Nehemias in uncial saec. VI.). Foll. 8, used to replace lost or damaged portions of the sixth-century palimpsest of Kings over Plautus described in C.L.A., 3.334a; 240-252 X ca. 210-217 mm., with varying written space.
Comments Written doubtless at Bobbio. For the composition and history of the palimpsest see C.L.A., 3.344a and 3.345.

The Irish majuscule is bold and calligraphic. A verse omitted by the sixth-century half-uncial scribe has been inserted in the margin of page 150 by a seventh century Irish hand. On page 462 the same or a similar hand uses once an unmistakable Irish g.
City Milan
Library Biblioteca Ambrosiana
Saec VII.
Shelfmark Ambros. G. 82 sup. (pages 209/210, 375/376, 385/386, 449-452, 461/462, 471-474).
CLA 3.344b