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Augustinus: De genesi ad litteram – Fragment

Parchment · 1 double leaf; 3 fragments of an other bifolium · 700 – 733 CE · Luxueil · 300 x 215

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Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. A 91.8
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Bongars, Jacques (Author, Previous Owner)
Jacques Bongars, 1554-1612 (Previous Owner)
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Bifolium and 3 fragments of another bifolium of a manuscript of Augustine’s De genesi ad litteram, written in uncial script and possibly produced in Luxeuil; other parts were identified in Paris, BN lat. 9377. The manuscript came to Bern in 1632 from the holdings of Jacques Bongars. At the time of Hermann Hagen (around 1870), the fragments, originally bound as f. 1-2 and 227-229 in Cod. 224 (composite manuscript containing texts by Isidore), were removed and preserved separately; they were given a new binding by Johann Lindt in 1944. (mit)

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