Eutyches de Verbo (fragm).

Origin Ireland
Script Irish Minuscule
Contents Eutyches de Verbo (fragm).
Foliation Parts of two bifolia, now kept in two different miscellanies of fragments (Lat. 10400 containing 155 folios, Lat. 11411 containing 141 folios; the original order of leaves was probably: foll. 110, 125, 124, 109); present outside measurements are 245 X 220 mm. < 220 + X ca. 200 mm.> in 2 or more columns, the number of lines varying greatly, with a maximum of 43.
Comments Written doubtless in Ireland.

Accents occur over monosyllables and over long i in final syllables. Initials or monograms are in bold black and markedly angular in style: M occurs in the form of three verticals with a bar across the middle, a feature of Irish and Northumbrian MSS. Script is expert Irish minuscule, apparently by one and the same temperamental scribe infordinately fond of variety. Irish glosses by first hand.
City Paris
Library Bibliothèque Nationale
Shelfmark Bibl. Nat. Lat. 10400 (foll. 109-110) + Lat. 11411 (foll. 124-125)
CLA 5.599