Officium Mortuorum.

Origin Ireland
Script Irish Majuscule
Contents Officium Mortuorum.
Foliation Fragment of one leaf, now measuring 175 X 137 mm.; 12 lines survive. A heading in compressed Insular majuscule in red, possible added by a second hand.
Comments Written doubtless in Ireland. Belonged to the monastery of St. Emmeram at Ratisbon; the only surviving fragment was found in the binding of CLM 14747, a tenth-century manuscript of collected glosses.

Initials are surrounded by red dots; initials and larger letters at the beginning of sentences are filled with red, blue, or yellow. The letters following an initial are larger and gradually diminish to normal size. Membrane vellum. Ink black. Script is bold, somewhat irregular Irish majuscule.
City Munich
Library Officium Mortuorum
Saec VIII.
Shelfmark CLM 29163 a.
CLA 12.1797
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