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Rahlfs 1130

Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Coislin 81. No diktyon: 49225.
s. XI | Parchment, 386 ff., 300 × 223 mm, 1 col., 31 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Perlschrift; Possible comparison with Cod. Ottob. gr. 422 (Diktyon 65665), a. 1004.); Minuscule (Petite Ogivale; The biblical text of the Psalms, andmarginal notes (e.g. f. 2v)). | Scribe: Ignatios  f. 386v. | Provenance: Athanasius the Rhetor (1571-1663).  Cf. Omont, H., Inventaire sommaire des manuscrits grecques de la Bibliothèque Nationale et des autres Bibliothèque de Paris et des Départements. Introduction et table alphabétique, Paris 1898, IX.Owner: Pierre Séguier (1588-1672)  Cf. Omont, H., Inventaire sommaire des manuscrits grecques de la Bibliothèque Nationale et des autres Bibliothèque de Paris et des Départements. Introduction et table alphabétique, Paris 1898, XXVII..
Theodoretus’ Commentary on the Psalms, and a Catena on the Odes. | The manuscript is bound in two volumes. In the Psalms part, quotation marks are often used in the margin to indicate the psalm; the beginning of each psalm is indicated by the presence of a symbol similar to an asteriskos (e.g. f. 4v). The manuscript contains several marginal notes: anonymous scholia: (e.g. ff. 2v, 29, 179v, 343v); Hesychius on the Psalms: ff. 232v, 233r; Maximus Monachos: f. 149v; glosses and variant readings (e.g. f. 34v). Some Hexaplaric notes have been identified by Montfaucon (cf., Bibliotheca Coisliniana, 137). | Text-type: L.
Content
1–343vTheodoretus' Commentary on the Psalms CPG 6202
344r–386vCatena on the Odes 1-13 CPG C46
Bibliography
Corderius, B., Expositio Patrum graecorum in Psalmos, III, Antwerp 1646, 853–962.
Omont, H., Missions archéologiques françaises en Orient aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, II, Paris 1902, 856.
Catalogues
Devreesse, R., Catalogue des manuscrits grecs. II, Le fonds Coislin, Paris 1945, 71. 
Montfaucon, B. de, Bibliotheca Coisliniana, olim Segueriana, Paris 1715, 137. 
Rahlfs, A., Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen 2), Berlin 1914, 187.