|Contents||Commentarius Cuiusdam Scotti in Matthaeum (fragm.).|
Parts of two bifolia, numbered A,B,C,D, used as front fly-leaves, the proper order being A,D,C,B (the main MS, of 162 folios contains Florus, Alcuinus, Lupus de Ferrariis, Cassianus, etc., saec. IX2); now cut down to ca. 257 X ca. 195 mm.
Written probably in Ireland. Provenance Corbie: the old ex-libris: 'Liber sancti Petri Corbeie' (saec. XII-XIII) stands on fol. 1. Later at St. Germain des Prés, where it was numbered '852, olim 623'. Came to the Bibliothèque Nationale during the Revolution.
Punctuation: the main pause is marked by two points on the line, lesser pauses by a point. Omitted m is marked by a horizontal stroke over the vowel. Script is a square minuscule with few ligatures.
|Shelfmark||Bibl. Nat. Lat. 12292 (fly-leaves).|