|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.|
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.
|Shelfmark||Bibl. Nat. Lat. 10400 (foll. 109-110) + Lat. 11411 (foll. 124-125)|