Evangelia (fragm.).

Origin Origin uncertain: an Irish Centre seems likely
Script Insular Majuscule
Contents Evangelia (fragm.).
Foliation Palimpsest, primary script (the secondary script contains Gregorius, Homiliae in Ezechielem, saec. XI ex.; for the primary script of foll. 44, 45, 48, 49 in Insular minuscule saec. vin, see C.L.A., 7.1001; foll. 33, 42, 43, 50, 51, 60, 61, 68, 69, 71-74, 76 are also palimpsest, but the primary script is later than our period). Twenty folios, all now folded in order to form 20 bifolia numbered as above in the present manuscript of 124 folios, numbered 1-52, 54-125; 340 X 248 mm. <280 X ca. 175 mm.) in 2 columns of 33 lines. Capitals at the beginning of sentences seem red.
Comments Origin uncertain: an Irish centre seems likely, considering the presence of Irish minuscule in the same palimpsest (see C.L.A., 7.1001). Used for rewriting in the late eleventh century, apparently in the monastery of Allerheiligen at Schaffhausen. The ex-libris 'Bibliothecae eccles. Scaphus. ad D. Johannem' (saec. XVI) is seen on the unnumbered fly-leaf.

Script is Insular majuscule and most likely by an Irish hand.
City Schaffhausen
Library Stadtbibliothek
Saec VIII.
Shelfmark MIN. 45 (foll. 2-7, 10-15, 18-23, 34-41, 46, 47, 52, 54-58, 63-66, 70, 75).
CLA 7.1000
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