|Origin||Irish Centre, presumably on the Continent, possibly at Bobbio|
|Script||Irish Cursive Minuscule|
|Contents||Isidorus, Etymologiae (Lib. XI. i. 43-46, 51-53).|
|Foliation||Three disconnected fragments of one folio, whose written area must have measured ca. 170 X ca. 145 mm., in long lines of which the last 18 survive.|
Written in an Irish centre, presumably on the Continent, possibly at Bobbio, to judge by the script and type of membrane. Was used later at St. Gall to reinforce bindings: the fragments were removed from bindings of MSS. 150 and 267; the offset of a fragment now lost is seen in the front cover of MS. 230.
Sections begin with typical Insular black capitals followed by several large letters gradually diminishing in size. Script is rapid, roundish Irish minuscule with some majuscule traces; examples of kindred script are Dublin, Trinity College 55 and Milan, Ambros. C. 26 sup. and D. 23 sup. (C.L.A., 2.271; 3.312 and 3.328).
|Shelfmark||1399 a. 1.|