Boulogne-sur-mer, Bibliothèque municipale 189

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Handschrift

  1. Text: Prudentius, Praefatio, Cathemerinon, Apotheosis, Peristephanon, Contra Symmachum, Epilogus (but lacking Psychomachia); L. Versus Sybillae; Notes by William White( sec. xvii); A letter by Odo, Archbishop of Canterbury (died ca. AD 959); A L. poem, beginning Exoritur hodie virga radicis iesse
  2. Schriftheimat: Canterbury, Christ Church (Gneuss 2001: 120).
  3. Entstehungszeit: Sec. x / xi (Gneuss 2001: 120); Caroline minuscule, sec. x / xi (Ker 1957: 5); sec. xi (Meritt 1959: ix).
  4. Provenienz: Abbey of Saint-Bertin in Saint-Omer (F), based on a note (sec. xvii) on f. 4r: “Ex libraria S. Bertini” accompanied by the number 668.

Glossen

  • 1 ae. Griffelglosse zu Prudentius, Cathemerinon
  • 1077 ae. Federglossen (teilweise bfk)

Editionen

  • Cooper (1837: 139 – 152)
  • Mone (1839)
  • Holder (1878)
  • Meritt (1957: 67)
  • Meritt (1959)