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TM 67673 / LDAB 8944 Record to be adopted by: you?

Stable URI (with TM ID): www.trismegistos.org/text/67673

Metadata

Date: about AD 775 - 825

Provenance: Germany, Southeast - Germany (N/AThe region ca. 3rd cent. BC - Germania Inferior; Belgica; Germania Superior; Raetia; Noricum; outside the Imperium RomanumThe Roman provincia or regio ca. 2nd cent. AD) [written]

Language/script: Latin (paleography: early Caroline minuscule)

Material: parchment

Completely preserved

Book form: codex (115 fol.); columns per page: 2; highest page number: ; number of lines per page: 21, 22

Content (beta!): literary text, New Testament, Paulus ap.: Epistles; homilies

Authors / works: Testamentum novum, Paulus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Epistula ad Romanos (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Paulus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Epistula 1 ad Corinthios (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Paulus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Epistula 2 ad Thessalonicenses (direct attestation)
Testamentum novum, Paulus (Vulgata, Hieronymus), Epistula ad Philemonem (direct attestation)
Gregorius Magnus, Sermones (direct attestation)

Culture & genre: literature — prose, bible, letters + oratory, homily (religion: christian)

Recto/Verso: Ro/Vo

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

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    TM 67673

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