Upper part of a paper leaf; ca. 6 lines missing on the recto.
The handwriting should probably be assigned to the tenth century, cf. the title section of Cramer, Palaeographie No. 25 (A.D. 903). Pages are numbered, the recto above the column at the right edge of the margin (p. 57), and the verso above the column at the left edge of the column (p. 58). Christian signs at the end of lines 3, 6, 9 of the recto.
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