Sandy Maillard, Fragmentarium, 2018 (Not Printed)
Remarks by the Editor:
some observations integrated by Duba 2019
Cod. Sang. 587, p. V3
Date of Origin:
Late 14th or early 15th century.
According to von Scarpatetti, the fragment dates from the fifteenth century; the script might be earlier, hence the date given above.
at least 205 mm
at least 35 mm
Height of Written Area:
at least 160 mm
Width of Written Area:
at least 20 mm
Number of Lines:
at least 29
More about the Condition:
line height: 5.6 mm/line.
205 x 35 mm
More about the Current Condition:
The fragment appears to be glued to a piece of paper so that only oneside is visible. It appears to be used as a flange.
Rubric highlights, including references, e.g., I Regum.
Many of the legible words hint at a theological context:
Lives of St. Gall and other saints, in verse ∙ The book Floretus ∙ Sermons by Peregrine of Opole and Jacobus de Voragine
Date of Origin/Publication:
14th century / 15th century
Place of Origin/Publication:
Cod. Sang. 587
Composite manuscript containing lives of saints in verse and other theological texts.
Description on e-codices.