Maximus, Victorinus (s. IV)
Cod. 207, presumably created in Fleury (St. Benoît-sur-Loire), is one of the few and by far the richest representative of a style that evolved in Fleury towards the end of the 8th century; with its extremely rich and high-quality artistic decoration, consisting of three ornamental pages and almost 140 initials, it is an outstanding example of the creative evolution that the insular language of forms underwent in the important cultural centers of the continent. The manuscript, consisting of 197 leaves in Bern as well as 24 leaves in Paris (BNF, lat. 7520), is the oldest grammar manuscript from Fleury; it contains an early medieval corpus of Roman grammarians from antiquity and from the early medieval period: Bede, Donatus, Maximus Victorinus, Julianus Toletanus, Servius Honoratus, Asper minor, Sergius, Petrus Pisanus, Isidore, as well as numerous other anonymous treatises and excerpts.
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- Asper (Author) | Beda, Venerabilis (Author) | Bongars, Jacques (Former possessor) | Daniel, Pierre (Former possessor) | Donatus, Aelius (Author) | Gravisset, Jakob von (Former possessor) | Isidorus, Hispalensis (Author) | Iulianus, Toletanus (Author) | Lindt, Johann (Restorer) | Maximus, Victorinus (Author) | Optatianus Porfyrius, Publilius (Author) | Petrus, Pisanus (Author) | Servius (Author) Found in: Standard description