|Contents||Pseudo-Hieronymus, Commentarius in Marcum (I. 1-6, XIV. 52-XV. 21).|
|Foliation||One bifolium, considerably damaged in the fire of 1904, now repaired and mounted. Original size 290 X 210 mm., now shrunk to 265 X 198 mm. <240 X 175 mm.> in 2 columns of 31-41 lines.|
Written presumably in Ireland, perhaps in the same centre, by the same scribe as Milan, Ambros. C. 301 inf. The Leaves were found by A. Peyron in the Archives of the Ministry of Finance and acquired by him in 1820 for the University Library of Turin.
Script is a rather angular Irish minuscule, somewhat similar to that of the Pauline Epistles in Trinity College, Cambridge (C.L.A., 2.133) and very like that found in Milan, Ambros. C. 301 inf. (C.L.A., 3.326). Numerous marginal entries, some in Old-Irish.
|Shelfmark||F. IV. 1 Fasc. 7.|