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TM 65875 / LDAB 7140 Record to be adopted by: you?

Stable URI (with TM ID): www.trismegistos.org/text/65875

also known as Vergilius Palatinus

TM Gallery info The Vergilius Palatinus (TM 65875) is a 4th-5th century AD Latin manuscript fragmentarily preserving the Eclogae, Georgica and Aeneis. Well preserved and early, it is one of the most important codices in the tradition of Virgil. In the 9th century it was in Lorsch abbey, but when this monastery was discontinued around 1556, it was transferred to the Palatina in Heidelberg, hence its name. Later it landed in the Vatican as booty, where it still is today, although it was transferred by Napoleon to Paris for about twenty years.

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Date: late 4th - early 5th century AD: AD 375 about - 425

Provenance: Lorsch - Germany (GermaniaThe region ca. 3rd cent. BC - Germania SuperiorThe Roman provincia or regio ca. 2nd cent. AD) [written]

Language/script: Latin (script: rustic capital)

Material: parchment

Completely preserved

Book form: codex (256 fol.); columns per page: 1; number of lines per page: 23

Content (beta!): literary text, Vergilius: Aeneis 01 - 012; with running titles above the columns [cf. AfP 61, 2015, p. 62 n. 26]

Authors / works: Vergilius, Aeneis: 01 - 012 (direct attestation)

Culture & genre: literature — poetry, epic (religion: classical)

Recto/Verso: Ro/Vo

More info: CLAEarlier Latin Manuscripts => 2046 links in TM, DCLPDigital Corpus of Literary Papyri => 14624 links in TM, other

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