|Shelfmark||MS Lat. 13346|
|Folio Range||2nd C.U. (fols 113-132)|
|Date||IX ex. / X in.|
|Old Breton Materials||No|
|Irish / Hiberno-Latin materials||No|
|Connection with Brittany|
Bischoff (Kat. §4890) ascribed this codicological unit to Brittany and tentatively dated it to the late ninth or early tenth century. The script of these excerpts from Julian of Toledo's Prognosticum futuri saeculi does seem compatible with a Breton origin, but only a detailed palaeographical analysis may place this hypothesis on a more solid footing. This MS was probably bound in quaternionibus, with the first and the last folios (respectively 113r and 132v) serving as 'covers'. A slightly later hand (s. X med.?), possibly Breton or West-Frankish, wrote a curious and rather long poem on these folios, inc. O fragilis mundi res fallere ... omnes, des. uita beata sed e(st) consors iustis sine calce (to my knowledge, this interesting poem is still unpublished).
|Number(s) in Bischoff's Katalog||4890|
|URLs for digital facsimile|
|Last Updated||2021-06-07 14:50:50|
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