|Origin||Anglo-Saxon centre on the Continent|
|Script||Insular Majuscule and Minuscule|
|Contents||Gregorius, Homiliae in Ezechielem|
|Foliation||Foll. 97 (fol. 1 is a small mounted fragment); 280 X 205 mm. <220-230 X 165-175 mm.> in 23-28 long lines.|
Written in an Anglo-Saxon centre on the Continent. The last pate (fol. 97v) is filled up with probationes pennae, Insular alphabets, and the tag 'Omnium inimicorum suorum ...' found often in the Würzberg MSS.
Simple initials of Insular type occasionally decorated and filled with colour. Parchment defective and of poor quality, prepared in the Insular style. Written by many scribes, most of whom use mixed Anglo- Saxon majuscule, some pure minuscule, and one hand (foll. 16-18) is clearly attempting to imitate Anglo Saxon characters. Corrected throughout in rapid contemporary Anglo-Saxon minuscule.
|Library||Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana|
|Shelfmark||Vatic. Palat. Lat. 259|