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[ATLANTIC BIBLE] - Two fragments reused in ancient times as bindings. central Italy: XI-XII century AD.Two important fragments from an Atlantic Bible. Among the largest manuscripts ever produced, the authorship of the format and of the cultural enterprise is to be attributed to Pope Gregory VII who promoted its production in Roman and Tuscan workshops.Folio. 56 lines in lowercase carolina, with a large illuminated "P", four opening phrases and 7 red caps, small marginal notes. Text: on the front epistle of Saint Paul to the Corinthians (11.5-11.33; 12.1-12.14) on the reverse epistle of Saint Paul on the Corinthians (12.14-12.21; 13.1-13) and to the Galatians (1.1-1.15). (Heavy worming, important loss of text in the right margin, external margins with fold crease from when it was previously used as a binding) [WITH:] Second Fragment (400x300 mm) 54 lines (out of 56-60 originally) in lowercase carolina with 32 red caps. Text: on the recto Exodus (20.22-21.20; 21.23 -22.7) on the reverse Exodus (22.10-23.4; 23.9-23.29). (Sheet remargined with loss of lines of text at the upper and lower margins, loss of text at the upper margin due to an early water stain)EN[BIBLIA ATLANTICA] - Two fragments reused in ancient times as bindings. Central Italy: XI-XII century ADTwo important fragments from an Atlantic Bible. Among the largest manuscripts ever produced, the paternity of the format and of the cultural enterprise can be attributed to Pope Gregory VII, who promoted its production in Roman and Tuscan scriptorians based on the text of the Vulgate of St. Jerome. Folio. First Fragment (500x320 mm), 56 lines in lowercase carolina, with a large illuminated capital "P", four incipit sentences and 7 capilettera in red, small notes in the margins. Text: on the recto St. Paul's epistle to the Corinthians (11,5-11,33; 12,1-12,14) on the verso St. Paul's epistle to the Corinthians (12,14-12,21; 13,1-13) and to the Galatians (1,1-1,15). (Parchment sheet

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