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Ra 418

Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Theol. 11 (17429).
s. X/XI | Parchment, 1 + 1 ff., 290 × 220 mm, 2 col., 41 lines per page. | Provenance: Saint Catherine’s Monastery, Mt. Sinai. Bought by Dr. Grote. For the provenance of the Göttingen Sinai fragments, see Albrecht: Witness, 268–271.
Fragments of IV Regnorum (frgm. 1) and Iudith (frgm. 2). | According to Parpulov, Membra disiecta, 4, there is a second fragment “frgm. 2” (Mt. Sinai, without shelfmark, image in Nicolopoulos, New Finds, 105), which originates from the same codex as the Göttingen fragment “frgm. 1” and contains the beginning of Iudith (1st col. ends with Iud 1:8a, 2nd col. begins with Iud 1:8b). | Collation: Göttingen Septuagint
Göttingen (frgm. 1)IV Regn 8:12–9:24
Mt. Sinai (frgm. 2)Iudith 1:1–1:12 (ca.) cf. Parpulov, Membra disiecta, 4
Albrecht, F.: “A Hitherto Unknown Witness to the Apostolic Constitutions in Uncial Script”, in: Vinzent, M. (ed.): Studia Patristica. Papers Presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2011 (Studia Patristica LXIV), Löwen et al. 2013, 267–276 (Provenance frgm. 1).
Nicolopoulos, P.G.: The New Finds of Sinai, Athens 1999, 105 (Facsimile frgm. 2).
Parpulov, G.: “Membra disiecta Sinaitica Graeca”, in: Fragmentology V (2022), 1–7, 4; 6 (figure 2) (frgm. 2). 
Tarras, P.: “Greek Fragments in Göttingen and Bryn Mawr and Their Previous Owners”, in: Membra Dispersa Sinaitica 08/09/2023. 
Fischer, I.: Die Handschriften der Niedersächsischen Staats– und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen. Neuzugänge 1894–1966, Wiesbaden 1968, 44 (frgm. 1).