William Duba, Fragmentarium, 2019 (Not Printed)
Remarks by the Editor:
Original Record Created by Sandy Maillard, Fragmentarium, 2018
Gregorius Magnus, Dialogi
Cod. Sang. 446, Inside Front Board
Place of Origin:
Date of Origin:
This fragment is from the same manuscript as St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 214. Another offset is F-28ix (Cod. Sang. 92).
Height of Written Area:
125 – 130 mm
Number of Columns:
Number of Lines:
5 – 6 mm
More about the Condition:
Line height 5.8 mm; the bottom three lines are estimated to be present based on the text.
245 x 185 mm
verso (left side of offset): IV.32.3: [timeret] et in illa missarum celebritate...
IV.32.1-(continuation from facing verso): [ulcera] eius. Subiunctum est... 32.5: Et electus Lazarus [a reprobo est divite] cognitus.
Manuscript compilation consisting mainly of works of liturgical and pastoral character
Date of Origin/Publication:
between 845 and 870
Place of Origin/Publication:
Cod. Sang. 446
Manuscript compilation consisting mainly of works of liturgical and pastoral character, produced between 845 and 870 in the monastery of St. Gall. It contains, among other items, a liturgical study by Abbot Walahfrid Strabo of Reichenau (808/09-849) Liber de exordiis et incrementis quarundam in observationibus ecclesiasticis rerum, the first western European reference work on liturgical history, the so called Ordines Romani, a liturgical study by Amalar of Trier, the first Capitular of Bishop Theodulf of Orléans, two treatises about baptism and the mass attributed to Alcuin as well as the Capitular documents (diocesan legislative documents) of Haito, Bishop of Basel and Abbot of Reichenau.
Description on e-codices.