Multiple, Dispersed Virtual Reconstructions, Lyon, BM, 788, f. 27-34 + Paris, BNF, lat. 5288, f. 1-12, LyonBM788_059_27R – Tabula Paschalis (779-797), Passio S. Alexandri and excerpts of Isidore's Etymologiae
Lyon's City Library and Paris' National Library share parts of a manuscript whose opening piece is an Easter calendar for 779-797, which suggests the manuscript was written in 779 or immediately before.
The rapprochement of these parts was suggested by E.A. Lowe, CLA VI, 785. See also CLA V, 561, and Bischoff, KFH II, 2853a, on IXth century annotations.(Pierre Chambert-Protat, 2017)
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