Lowe Elias Avery, Codices Latini Antiquiores. A palaeographical guide to latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century. Part VII: Switzerland, Oxford 1956 (Osnabrück 1982)., p. 6 (CLA VII.857) (Printed)
Isidorus de Natura Rerum (capp. 33-36, 37-38)
Place of Origin:
Written in France, probably in the Loire region
Date of Origin:
Script is pre-Carolingian minuscule of French type: a formed like contiguous oc is the rule, Caroline a is the exception; d has two forms, a number of ligatures are used, among them ct and the analogous at, ri and st.
Chapter-heading in red uncial now very pale.
Ink dark brown.
Punctuation: here and there the group *,* marks the main pause, the medial point lesser pauses. Abbreviation include b;, q; = bus, que (and quae); aù = autem; n/ = nus; p_, p- = per, prae; qd- = quod; s- = sunt; t2 = tur. Spelling shows confusion of e and i, o and u, ci for ti, and e for ae.
Ruling on the flesh-side, apparently before folding. Double bounding lines enclose the text.
More about the Current Condition:
Two single folios enclose now sewn together.
A rota with touches of red and yellow is seen on fol. 2.
Capp. 33-36, 37-38