Straßburg, ehem. Bibliothèque du Séminaire Protestant, Ms. C VI 5 (vernichtet)
Epistulae Senecae ad Paulum et Pauli ad Senecam quae vocantur; Seneca
Lorsch (?), 1. Hälfte 9. Jh.
The manuscript, which contained the pseudo-epigraphical correspondence between Seneca and the Apostle Paul as well as a section of Seneca’s "Epistulae morales ad Lucilium", was destroyed in 1870 during the German siege of Strasbourg. A manually compiled facsimile of one page has survived in the book by Franz Bücheler, Senecae epistulae aliquot ex Bambergensi et Argentoratensi codicibus, Bonn 1879.