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Lat.F.papyr. I.1
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Augustini Hipponensis Fragmentum Sermonis CCCLI
Papyrus · 1 f. · 30 x 21/21.5 cm · Lyon or Luxeuil (?) · 7th / 8th century
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This papyrus fragment contains 29 lines in uncial script, without spacing between words, written in the late 7th or early 8th century. The text includes a portion of Augustine’s homily 351 (c. 3.6: … agitur in stadio sumus …; cf. PL 39, col. 1542 to c. 4.7: … exserat seueritatem suam, cf. PL 39, col. 1543). This single sheet was originally part of a volume of at least 30 quires, containing homilies and letters by Augustine. Surviving quires are: 4-11 (containing 63 sheets + 1 sheet) and 24-30 (53 sheets), the former currently constituting Paris, BnF lat. 11641, the latter Bibliothèque de Genève, lat. 16. This particular sheet was originally the second bifolium in the 8th quire (Quinio), and would properly take its place between f. 26 and f. 27 in Paris BnF 11641. The marginalia on the verso side were made by the hand of Florus of Lyon († ca. 860). (flu)
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Kisseleva Ludmila, National Library of Russia, Manuscript Department, 2012.
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10.5076/e-codices-nlr-lat-F-I-1 (
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7th century, 8th century
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e-codices · 08/08/2013, 14:49:21

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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e-codices · 08/08/2013, 13:33:59

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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