Beta

Rahlfs 1193

Sinai, St. Catherine's Monastery, Gr. 36. No diktyon: 58411.
ibid., New Finds (Ν.Ε.), ΜΓ 9. No diktyon: 61047.
s. IX/2 | Parchment, 200+117 ff., 208 × 160 mm, 2 col., 14-18 lines per page  Arabic text. |  Majuscule (leaning pointed majuscule; Greek text). | Provenance: Palestine.
Psalms and Odes in Greek and Arabic. | Ff. 198-200 are flyleaves. The text gap between ff. 194 and 195 of Sinait. gr. 36 is filled by the fragment N.E. ΜΓ 9, the content of which probably includes Ode 1-9 and 11. This fragment was first recognised as part of Sinait. 36 by Géhin and Frøyshov.Text-type: L.
Content
Gr. 36: 1v–5vNicene Creed and Lord’s Prayer in Greek and Arabic
Gr. 36: 5v–9rprefaces in Greek and Arabic
Gr. 36: 10r–194v + ΜΓ 9Ps 1-151 in Greek and Arabic
Gr. 36: 195r–197rOde 12:7-15 in Greek and Arabic
Bibliography
Géhin, P., Frøyshov, S.: “Nouvelles découvertes sinaïtiques : à propos de la parution de l’inventaire des manuscrits grecs”, Revue des études byzantines 58 (2000), 167–184, 172. 
Harlfinger, D.: “Beispiele der Maiuscula ogivalis inclinata vom Sinai und aus Damaskus”, in: M. D’Agostino (ed.), Ἀληθὴς φιλία: Studi in onore di Giancarlo Prato, Spoleto 2010, 461–477, 465, 466n.21, 467, 469.
Vollandt, R.: “Beyond Arabic in Greek letters: The Scribal and Translational Context of the Violet Fragment”, in Ahmad Al–Jallad, The Damascus Psalm Fragment: Middle Arabic and the Legacy of Old Ḥigāzī, Chicago 2020, 93–110, 101. 
Catalogues
Gardthausen, V. E.: Catalogus codicum Graecorum Sinaiticorum, Oxford 1886, 10. 
Nikolopoulos, P.: Holy Monastery and Archdiocese of Sinai: The New Finds, Athens 1999, 142. 
Rahlfs, A.: Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen 2), Berlin 1914, 287.