Rahlfs 1050

Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Conv. Soppr. 35. No diktyon: 15798.
s. XI–XII, XV  s. XI–XII: ff. 3r–242v; s. XV: ff. 1r–2r | Paper (ff. I–VII, I'); Parchment (ff. VIII–X, 1–242)  Two bifolia from a Latin manuscript, written on two columns, were used to make the VIII and IX flyleaf., 242 ff., 95 × 79 mm, 1/4 col.  1 col.: ff. 1r–237v; 4 col.: f. 238r–v, 15/19 lines per page  19 lines per page: ff. 1r–2v; 15 lines per page: ff. 3r–237v. |  Minuscule (Stile ricercato; ff. 1r–2r); Minuscule (Stile di Reggio; ff. 3r–242v. Cf. Baldi, Sulla storia, 370); Minuscule (Beneventana; ff. 192r–v, 215v. Cf. Baldi, Sulla storia, 370–371). | Provenance: Calabria. The provenance from Calabria would be confirmed by a certain decoration type “en réserve” visible on ff. 97r, 193r. In the 13th century the manuscript was in South-Eastern Italy. Here has been added the text written in "Beneventana" of the ff. 192r-v, 215v. After the death of Antonio di Tommaso Corbinelli (1424) his manuscripts were first inherited by his friend Jacopo Niccolò de’ Corbizzi and then passed to the Badia Fiorentina. Here the Corbinelli’s manuscripts were marked with the initials "A.C.". Between 1808 and 1809 the Library of the Badia Fiorentina was confiscated and all the manuscripts passed to the Laurenziana.  cf. Baldi, Sulla storia, 370–372Owner: Antonio di Tommaso Corbinelli ( ca. 1370–1425)  Florentine humanist. Cf. Blum, R.: La biblioteca della Badia fiorentina e i codici di Antonio Corbinelli, Città del Vaticano 1951; Rollo, A.: “Sulle tracce di Antonio Corbinelli”, Studi medievali e umanistici 2 (2004), pp. 25-95; Baldi, Sulla storia, p. 371. The initials of Antonio di Tommaso Corbinelli (A. C.) are visibles on ff. VIIIr, 242r–v.
Psalms and Odes. | This manuscript is a small-format Greek psalter that presents the Psalms, divided into καθίσματα and δόξαι, and the Odes. There are marginal annotations and glosses in Greek and Latin (by a later hands). The initials are decorated and rubricated and two decorative friezes are visible on folios 97r 1 and 193r.Text-type: L.
1r–188vPs 1–150
189rPs 151
192r–vSymbolum Apostolorum (in Latin) Follows f. 215v. Rostagno/Festa, Indice, 141
193r–194vOd 1
195r–199rOd 2
199r–200rOd 3
200v–202rOd 4
202v–203vOd 5
203v–204rOd 6
204v–207vOd 7
207v–208vOd 8
208v–210rOd 9 Od 10 not extant
210r–210vOd 11 210v, Od 11:18b. After f. 210r the manuscript has lost a bifolium. This loss is not considered by the modern numbering
211rOd 13
211r–212rOd 14 desinit: Ἅγιος ὁ Θεός, Ἅγιος Ἰσχυρός, Ἅγιος Ἀθάνατος,
ἐλέησον ἡμᾶς
212r–237rPreces christianae et hymni varii Rostagno/Festa, Indice, 141
215vSymbolum Apostolorum (in Latin) Bottom margin: “Cetera sequuntur pag. 192”
238rIndex of the Psalms in Latin
238vList of Greek numbers written in Greek and Latin
Baldi, D.: “Sulla storia di alcuni codici italogreci della Biblioteca Laurenziana”, Νέα Ῥώμη 4 (2007), 357–381, 370–372.
Crostini, B.: “Perils of Travel or Joys of Heaven? Reconsidering the Traveling Hypothesis for Bodleian Library, MS E. D. Clarke 15 and the Function of Diminutive Manuscripts”, Manuscripta 63 (2019), 63–104, 78 nr. 35.
Weyl Carr, A.: “Diminutive Byzantine Manuscripts”, Codices manuscripti 6 (1980), 130–161, 150.
de Montfaucon , B.: Diarium Italicum Sive Monumentorum Veterum, Bibliothecarum Musæorum, &c. Notitiæ singulares in Itinerario Italico collectæ, Parisi 1702.
Rahlfs, A.: Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments, Berlin 1914 (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, 2), 63. 
Rostagno, E., – Festa, N.: “Indice dei codici greci Laurenziani non compresi nel catalogo del Bandini”, Studi italiani di filologia classica 1 (1893), 129–232, 141.