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To these the Dialogs of Gregory the Great and shorter theological texts by Augustine, Isidore of Seville and additional (mostly unknown) authors were added in the 8th century, probably in St. The Abba-Ababus-Glossar in palimpsest form, one of the oldest manuscripts in the Abbey Library which survives in book form. The marginalia on the verso side were made by the hand of Florus of Lyon ( ca. This document, written in Middle Persian (Pahlavi) on parchment, dates from between 619 and 629 AD, the time of the Sassanid occupation of Egypt.
292 during the reorganization of the library in about 1460.63 additional leaves (8 quires) are held in Paris (Paris, Bn F, lat. The largest portion of the fragments, which were bound together in the present volume by Abbey Librarian Ildefons von Arx in 1822, is found at the Abbey Library of St. In 1972, the fragmental parchment leaves of the Edictum Rothari owned by the Abbey Library of St.Gall were rebound into a new volume, in a fashion that does not exactly follow conservational guidelines, together with black and white photos of the fragments that are in Karlsruhe and Zurich.Collected Fragments Volume II from the Abbey Library of St. It was written by a single hand in a late 7th or early 8th century uncial script.Gall ("Veterum Fragmentorum manuscriptis codicibus detractorum collectio tomus II"). "The king of palimpsests": parchment fragments from late antiquity that were erased and reused at a later time, sometimes more than once. The manuscript evidently originated in France, perhaps in Luxeuil or in Lyon.