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10–13   “Glosses on Beda (Carlsruhe): De Rerum Natura”
14–30   “Glosses on Beda (Carlsruhe): De Temporum Ratione”
256   “7. The notes on the cover of the Reichenau Beda”
283   “Names of persons and places in the Calendar in the Reichenau Beda (Carlsruhe)”
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Results for Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. 167 (2)
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9th-century manuscript compilation which includes computistical material and extracts from Bede and Isidore. The scribe used palimpsests, including a leaf (f. 34) in Irish majuscule.

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  • Anonymous [glossator in Karlsruhe MSS 167 and 132]
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. 167
Not yet published.

Palimpsest (1 f.) of which the original writing seems to have belonged to a sacramentary written in Irish majuscule, which Lowe assigns to the 8th century. In the 9th century, both sides were erased and overwritten with text from Bede’s De natura rerum.

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