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Latin 11641
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Augustinus Hipponensis, Epistolae 27, 31, 24, 42, 45, 94, 260-261 (f.1-20) et Sermones 351, 392, 18, 87, 77, 127 (f. 21-63)
Papyrus and parchment · 63 ff. · 32 x 22 cm · Lyon or Luxeuil (?) · 7th / 8th century
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These 63 sheets written in uncial script on papyrus and parchment contain several letters and several homilies by Augustine of Hippo. The manuscript was clearly written in France, possibly in Luxeuil or Lyon, at the end of the 7th century or the beginning of the 8th century. The volume originally consisted of at least 30 quires in all, including these 63 sheets, which belonged to quires 4-11. An additional seven quires constitute Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, lat. 16. The fragmentary surviving 8th quire included a single now separated sheet, St. Petersburg, NLR, Lat.F.papyr. I.1, which was originally between f. 26 and f. 27. (flu)
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Notice rédigée par Franck Cinato, 2012.
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10.5076/e-codices-bnf-lat11641 (
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Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin 11641: Augustinus Hipponensis, Epistolae 27, 31, 24, 42, 45, 94, 260-261 (f.1-20) et Sermones 351, 392, 18, 87, 77, 127 (f. 21-63) (
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7th century, 8th century
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e-codices · 08/08/2013, 13:47:01

Für die Rekonstruktion der ursprünglichen Handschrift sollten die beiden Abschriften des 9. Jahrhunderts, die heute in Cambridge (University Library, Ms. Additional 3479) und Cambrai (Bibliothèque municipal, Ms. 567) aufbewahrt werden, berücksichtigt werden (siehe Beschreibungen von Isabelle Jeger und Franck Cinato; siehe auch Bischoff 1998, n° 801 et 840). Ob damit die fehlenden Lagen I-III und XII-XXIII und damit der ganze Inhalt der ursprünglichen Handschrift rekonstruiert werden kann, bleibt zu untersuchen.

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Ringrose Jayne, Summary Catalogue of the Additional Medieval Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library acquired before 1940, Woodbridge, 2009, S. 45-7.

e-codices · 08/08/2013, 13:48:45

Beschreibung von Cambridge. University Library, Ms. Additional 3479.

e-codices · 08/08/2013, 13:34:55

Beschreibung der ursprünglichen Handschrift, die heute aus drei verschiedenen Teilen zusammengesetzt werden kann.

Ganz, David, "Texts and script in surviving manuscripts in the script of Luxueil", in: Irland and Europe in the early Middle Ages: texts and transmission, eds. P.N. Chatháin & M. Richter, Dublin, 2002, pp. 186-204.

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