Rahlfs 1088

London, British Library, Add. 19352. No diktyon: 38960.
1066 | Parchment, 208 ff., 230 × 200 mm, 1 col., 23 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Perlschrift; Text of the Psalms and the Odes); Majuscule (Epigraphische Auszeichnungsmajuskel; Psalms 1-2, titles and poems). | Scribe: Θεόδωρος, μοναχός, πρεσβύτερος τῆς αὐτῆς μονῆς καὶ βιβλιογράφος ἐκ Καισαρείας  VGH 138, RGK I.131. | Patron: Μιχαήλ, καθηγούμενος καὶ σύγκελλος, ὁ Στουδίτης. | Provenance: Stoudios Monastery, Constantinople.
Psalms and Odes (illuminated). | This is the so-called “Theodore Psalter”, one of the most beautiful Byzantine manuscripts, which belongs to the group of the illuminated Psalters known as “marginal Psalters”. It consists of numerous marginal illustrations, which depict David, Moses, Christ, the Holy Mary, prophets, saints, biblical scenes, religious symbols, icons and several scenes reflecting the period of Iconoclasm. | Text-type: L.
1r–189rPs 1-151
189v–191rPoem on David
191v–192rPrayer to Christ in verses
192v–193vOde 1
193v–197rOde 2
197r–198rOde 3
198r–199vOde 4
199v–200vOde 5
200v–201vOde 6
201v–203vOde 7
203v–206vDaniel 3:46-51 and Ode 8
206v–207vColophon in verses
208rOde 13, a prose colophon mentioning the scribe and the patron and a monastic
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