|Origin||Origin uncertain, probably a centre in Ireland|
|Contents||Fragmenta Textus Incerti.|
|Foliation||Palimpsest, primary script (the secondary script contains Gregorius, Homiliae in Ezechielem, saec. xi ex. ; for other details, see C.L.A., 7.1000).Four folios, forming 2 bifolia now bound upside down; cut down to 248 X 170 mm.> calculated width of written space ca. 210 mm., each column being ca. 100 mm. wide> in 2 columns of over 40 lines.|
Origin uncertain, probably a centre in Ireland. Used for rewriting in the late eleventh century, apparently in the monastery of Allerheiligen at Schaffhausen.
Script is a diminutive Insular minuscule, and to all appearances Irish. Some paragraphs begin with several large letters of gradually diminishing sizeÂan Insular peculiarity.
|Shelfmark||MIN.45 (foll. 44, 45, 48, 49).|