|Contents||Ezechiel cum Commentario et Glossis (II. 6-III. 6, 8-15; XVI. 4-21, 26-42).|
|Foliation||Two mutilated folios survive, foll. 24 and 25; fol. 24 is cut down to ca. 225 X 210 mm., written in 3 columns of unequal width, the middle column, containing the text, is 75 mm. wide, with text and commentary together ca. 205 mm. wide; fol. 25 is cut down to ca. 230 X ca. 120 mm. and contains only the text column which is ca. 100 mm. wide; the text was written in about 35 or 36 lines of which 28 or 29 survive; of the commentary ca. 64 lines survive.|
Written presumably in Ireland. Provenance probably St. Gall: 'Ezechiel propheta in volumine I' is mentioned in the St. Gall ninth-century catalogue among the 'Libri scottice scripti'. Formed part of the Ferdinard Keller colleciton.
Script is an expert Irish minuscule: ligatures include no, ua. The manuscript is an early example of a book containing both text and commentary in parallel columns, a type which later becomes common. The glosses are mainly taken from Gregory's homilies. The probatio pennae 'anima mea' (saec. x) is seen on fol. 25
|Shelfmark||A.G. 19, No. XII (foll. 24, 25=pp. 61-64).|