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Gothenburg University Library, Gr. 2 (Olim Mut. II. A. 14)
iii, 122, iii' ff.
110 × 75 mm
Foliation in pencil in the upper right margin: 1-122
ff. 1r–122r Very neat and small (1 mm) archaizing script, a good imitation of a Perlschrift including the relaxed idiosyncracies of earlier scribes. Prominent csi in three curves. The frequent use of diaeresis is a pointer to the later date.
Two shades of red ink: a bright orange for the initials, enlarged in the margins but plain; a magenta colour for the liturgical rubrics in the margins and along the text, incl. chapter divisions.
New leather-type binding.
Unit I:Early 15th c. origin. In Scholz (1823) ., the manuscript is collated as having a Constantinopolitan text.
The codex once belonged to Biblioteca Estense , where it formed the second part of ; the first part is still in Modena as . According to Johann Martin Augustin Scholz, who visited Modena around 1820, the manuscript was still there at the time.