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TM 66160 / LDAB 7409 Record to be adopted by: you?

Stable URI (with TM ID): www.trismegistos.org/text/66160

also known as Wigbald Gospels; Barberini Gospels

TM Gallery info The Wigbald Gospels (TM 851651) is a 9th century Latin New Testament manuscript, presumably written in Ireland or Britain on the basis of the style of its decoration. The manuscript was in possession of Cardinal Barberini (hence its other name Barberini Gospels) and moved to the Vatican in 1902, where it still is now. The book takes its name from the colophon ora pro Uuigbaldo or 'pray for Wigbald'.

Metadata

Date: second half 8th century AD: AD 750 - 799

Provenance: Britannia ? - United Kingdom (BritanniaThe region ca. 3rd cent. BC - BritanniaThe Roman provincia or regio ca. 2nd cent. AD) [written]

Language/script: Latin, drawing (script: Anglo-Saxon majuscule)

Material: parchment

Completely preserved

Book form: codex (153 fol.); columns per page: 2; number of lines per page: 23-29

Content (beta!): literary text, (tetraevangelium)

Authors / works: Testamentum novum, Matthaeus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Evangelium secundum Matthaeum (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Marcus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Evangelium secundum Marcum (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Lucas (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Evangelium secundum Lucam (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Iohannes (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Evangelium secundum Iohannem (direct attestation)

Culture & genre: literature — prose, bible, gospel (religion: christian)

Recto/Verso: Ro/Vo

Note: with drawings

More info: CLAEarlier Latin Manuscripts => 2046 links in TM, DCLPDigital Corpus of Literary Papyri => 14624 links in TM, WikipediaWikipedia => 904 links in TM

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