München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Clm 14870

Arnoldus Ratisbonensis; Meginfredus Magdeburgensis

Zusammengesetzte Handschrift

Regensburg, wohl Mitte 11. Jh. (Faszikel II)

The manuscript, a collection of historiographic and hagiographic texts regarding St. Emmeram Abbey in Regensburg, consists of three independent parts: Fascicle I (foll. 1-8; 15th century) and III (foll. 71-141; 15th century) as well as fascicle II (foll. 9-70) do not derive from Lorsch. Yet a scribe trained in Lorsch was involved in the compilation of the manuscript (foll. 66r-70r). The lectionary fragment (fol. 141) was written in the 12th century. Its place of origin is unknown. The additions on fol. 141a were added around 1500 in Regensburg.

DOI / Citation link: https://doi.org/10.11588/diglit.12715  
URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-diglit-127150  
Metadata: METS

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