Rahlfs 1122

Oxford, Bodleian Library, Canon. gr. 62. No diktyon: 47612.
s. XII | Parchment, 247 ff., 290 × 240 mm, 1 col., 40 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Minuscule; “Scholarly Hands”); Minuscule (Majuscule; “Petite ogivale”). | Provenance: Unknown. | Owner: Matteo Luigi Canonici (1727-1805)  The manuscripts collected by Matteo Luigi Canonici, a Venetian bibliophile and collector, were inherited in 1805 (Matteo's death) by his brother Giuseppe Canonici. On Giuseppe's death in 1807, the manuscripts were divided between Giovanni Perissinotti and Girolamo Cardina. From 1817, the Bodleian Library was concerned with buying most of Hunt- Madan, A summary catalogue, IV, 313-314..
Catena in Psalmos et in Odas. | The manuscript is defective at the beginning and at the end. Presents the Psalms accompanied by a catenary comment (the comment follows the text). The names of the exegetes are abbreviated and placed in the margin of the comment. There are some miniatures and decorative friezes. The titles and letters are indexed. Some marginal notes and some probationes penae are visible.Text-type: L.
f. 1–232vPs 6:10-150 The Psalms are defective, the manuscript has lost some leaves (cf. Rahlfs, Verzeichnis, 171)
f. 81vMiniature (cf. Hutter, Corpus, 89; Crostini, What are Psalter Catenae for?, 78). 233r-236r
f. 120vMiniature (cf. Hutter, Corpus, 89; Crostini, What are Psalter Catenae for?, 78). 233r-243v
Crostini, B., “Editing a Greek Catena to the Psalter from a Single Illuminated Manuscript: Vaticanus graecus 752”, in The Arts of Editing Medieval Greek and Latin: A Casebook, Toronto 2016 (Studies and Texts, 203) 55–71, 63 and nr. 14.
Crostini, B., “What are Psalter Catenae for? Considerations from the Vaticanus graecus 752 Project”, in Barbàra, M., Petringa M., Letteratura Cristiana antica: Giornate in ricordo di Sandro Leanza, Messina 2019, 74–86, 76 and nr. 21, 78.
Kinzig, W., In search of Asterius: Studies on the Authorship of the Homilies on the Psalms, Göttingen 1990 (Forschungen zur Kirchen– und Dogmengeschichte, 47), 80.
Mercati, G., *Osservazioni a proemi del Salterio di Origene, Ippolito, Eusebio, Cirillo Alessandrino e altri, con frammenti inediti (Studi e testi 142), Città del Vaticano 1948, 162.
Coxe, H. O., Catalogi codicum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Bodleianae pars prima, Oxford 1853, 68–69. 
Hunt, R.W. – Madan, F., A summary catalogue of Western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, IV, Oxford 1897, 316. 
Hutter, I., Corpus der byzantinischen Miniaturenhandschriften, III, Stuttgart 1982, 89.
Karo, G. – Lietzmann, H., Catenarum Graecorum Catalogus, Göttingen 1902 (Nachrichten von der Königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, Philologisch–historische Klasse), 59. 
Rahlfs, A., Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, 2), Berlin 1914, 171.