Comoediae

Dublin Core

Identifier

VTL_03868_00

Title

Description

Caroline miniscule script, rubrics in rustic capitals; written in 33 long lines, blind ruled, with interlinear gloss.
Decoration: painted illustrations throughout text.

Format

Codex; vi + 92 leaves; parchment, illustrations; 340/344 x 290/295 mm.

Medium

Manuscript on parchment.

Creator

Publisher

Originally written in: Aachen, Germany in the 9th century.

Language

Provenance

Original owner associated with the court of Emperor Louis the Pious.

Type

Text: Drama.

Alternative Title

P. Terentii Afri Comoediae N. VI.

Contributor

Hrodgarius, active 9th century, scribe.
Adelricus, active 9th century, illustrator.

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Citation

Terence, “Comoediae,” METAscripta, accessed February 21, 2018, http://metascripta.omeka.net/items/show/2.