Visitatio Infirmorum (fragm.).

Origin Ireland
Script Irish Majuscule
Contents Visitatio Infirmorum (fragm.).
Foliation Two folios, forming a bifolium and now paginated 444-447 in a miscellany of fragments (the first page, 444, is erased); 230 x 170 mm. in 13 or 16 long lines.
Comments Written presumably in Ireland. St. Gall MS. 1395, pp. 430-433, and Zürich MS. A.G. 19, No. XXXVI (C.L.A, 7.989 and 7.1012) are similar in content and size.

An accent occurs over dis (for diis). Triangular groups of three red dots serve here and there as ornamental fillers for letters with bows. Vellum of Insular type. Script, by a scribe of great dexterity, is large, somewhat informal Irish majuscule interspersed with minuscule elements; small Irish minuscule is used for alternative feminine readings and case-endings see p. 446.
City St. Gall
Library Stiftsbibliothek
Saec VIII.
Shelfmark 1395 (pp. 444-447).
CLA 7.991
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