Contractions in Early Latin Minuscule Mss

J. Parker, 1908 - 54 pagina's
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Pagina 20 - (eg in Vat. Reg, 886) survives in the contraction of ' velut ' (see above). But a symbol, which seems really to be a ligature of the letters u and /, sometimes approximates to this, eg in the Oxford, Auct. F IV 32 (Ovid Ars Amatoria, by a Welsh scribe)
Pagina 1 - cap (with contraction-stroke over the /), eg in St. Gall Priscian (like ap 'apud') (see Part III, § 2). civitas ciui, eg in Oxford Auct. F IV 32 (Ovid Ars Amatoria, by a Welsh scribe);
Pagina 4 - filios.' The fi ' filios,' '-urn,' etc. of the Book of Mulling and the Stowe Missal belongs rather to the type of contraction mentioned in Part I, § 3. forma fma (with contraction-stroke above the/), which I have noted in Oxford Auct. F IV 32 (Ovid, Ars Amatoria, by a Welsh scribe), belongs, I think, to a period later than that with which we are concerned. frater c . fr
Pagina 43 - pus.' but a modification d of this, a symbol like the Arabic numeral 2, for 'ur.' (Both are found in Brussels 10127-41, while in Munich 14437, of 823 AD, the contemporary corrector often alters the old into the new symbol.) Instead of the apostrophe we sometimes find in early MSS. a symbol with S-shape, eg
Pagina 28 - eg in the ninth century Leyden 67 E. .mater (see ' ter '). meus ms (a symbol which I have noted for ' mensis ' in Leyden 67 D ; cf. Part I, § 3). Also mm ' meum ' (see Part II, § 2). i mihi m (without contraction-stroke). The ancient use of the syllable-initials mh (with contraction-stroke traversing the shaft of the
Pagina 40 - in the ninth century London Add. 18, 332 (from Carinthia), and in the same London MS. sanguin ' sanguinem,' deuersion ' deversionem.' I have noted the same treatment of ' -ne ' and ' -nem ' in the eighth century Brussels 10127-41. In the case of'-de,' ' -dem,' the contraction-stroke traverses the shaft of the d, eg id 'idem
Pagina 45 - v.). In an eighth century London MS. (Cotton Ner. A II) I noted ' eius ' (not infrequent, eg the Lombard Vat. 5845, Munich 337, Carlsruhe Reich. 57) altered by a corrector to the more familiar contraction-form with the apostrophe. (In late transcripts it is miscopied as the Relative 'qui.') Similarly I (cross-barred) denotes ' ius,
Pagina 15 - of these words is often suprascript, being occasionally ligatured with a following i into a sinuous line like S. • In Leyden Voss. Q 69 (Continental) q (without contractionstroke) followed by this sinuous symbol denotes 'quis.' In Milan C 301 inf. we find qs 'quis' (on fol. 5 r. in the phrase

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