A document written on a piece of parchment, paper, or other materials which may be rolled up; a scroll.
Membranes ( rotuli) of parchment stitched together to form a record. (Frame, Robin. Colonial Ireland, 1169-1369, 144) Document, comprising parchment sheets, stitched end to end or all together at the top. (Sayles, George O. The King's Parliament of England, 145)
The common form of a papyrus, a roll generally consists of several sheets of papyrus pasted together, on which the writing is in many columns written side by side, with lines running parallel to the length of the papyrus. For more on rolls, see Ancient Book Forms.
a parchment manuscript rolled around a wooden or bone rod; used mainly in the Byzantine era in place of the scroll, which is usually associated with papyrus
A long sheet of papyrus or parchment with a written text, sometimes illustrated, used as a book before the introduction of the codex. Also called a scroll, and, in Latin, a rotulus.
Documents comprising membranes of parchment or sheets of paper sewn together end to end and rolled