D or 05.
Date and location.
Scans of codex Bezae (Amsterdam NT Blog; if a user name and password are required on the scan pages, use any and any).
Codex Bezae is so named because it once belonged to Theodore Beza, friend and successor of John Calvin. It is a Greek and Latin diglot whose Greek half might be called an eccentric western text. Its Latin half is notated as d amongst the Old Latin manuscripts. Note that Bezae contains only the four gospels (in the western order of Matthew, John, Luke, and Mark, or apostles before followers), 3 John, and the Acts of the Apostles; manuscript D for the Pauline epistles is actually codex Claramontanus, another Greek and Latin diglot also once owned by Theodore Beza!