Beta

Rahlfs 1208

Turin, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino, B. VII. 30 (Pasini 342). No diktyon: 63820.
Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare, CXIX. No diktyon: 70762.
GA Number: l 1352.
s. VIII–IX | Parchment, 203 ff., 150 × 100 mm  original size: 150 ×100 mm; cf. Dorival, Les Chaînes, II, 126. Today’s size: 80×55 / 90×74, 1 col., 15–20 lines per page  15 lines: ff. XXIar–av/XXIbr–bv. |  Majuscule (Ogivale inclinata; Text); Majuscule (Ogivale diritta; Catena); Minuscule (ff. XXIar–av/XXIbr–bv; Ps. 88,10-32). | Provenance: Southern Italy.  According to Mercati the manuscripts comes from Palestine (Sulla catena perduta, p. 197). According to Dorival the manuscripts has a provincial origin (Les Chaînes exégétiques, II, p. 141)
Catena in Psalmos et Odas; Liturgica. | The manuscript contains the Psalms divided into καθίσματα and δόξαι, with a marginal Catena commentary. Catena Typus XXVI according to Karo-Lietzmann, Catalogus, 63–64. Parenti, Nota, 275; Preda, Manuscrisul, 34, 103, 241. The codex was heavily damaged by the fire broke out on January 26, 1904 in the Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino: most of the biblical text has been preserved, while the marginal Catena is almost entirely lost. The manuscript has initials in ekthesis rubricated in red and in bright blue. There are some peculiar titles rubricated in red; f. 102r has a marginal annotation in minuscule (from a later hand) affixed to the bottom margin. The folios are in complete disarray today. There is a double numbering (Roman and Arabic) and sometimes the same number is repeated twice. From f. 72 to f. 86. a modern hand has affixed letters in the Latin alphabet next to the Arabic numeration. To this manuscript belongs a leaf kept in the Biblioteca Capitolare of Verona, with shelf mark CXIX.Text-type: L.
Content
Ps 46:10–151 See the reconstruction
116r–117rOd 1 α
117v–122rOd 2 β
122v–123vOd 3 γ
124r–125vOd 4 δ
125v–127rOd 5 ε
127r–127vOd 6 [ϛ]
127v–129rOd 11 [ζ]
129v–131rOd 12 η
131v–133rOd 7 θ
133v–134rDan. 3:46-51b
134r–136rOd 8 [ι] + [ια]
136r–137rOd 9 [ιβ] + [ιγ]
137v–138rOd 13 ιδ
138r–139rOd 14 ιε
139vἈκολουθία; Τροπάρια See the reconstruction
Bibliography
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Frøyshov, S., Erlangen University Library A2, A.D. 1025: A Study of the Oldest Dated Greek Horologion, in Rites and Rituals of the Christian East. Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy Lebanon, 10–15 July 2012, Leuven – Paris – Walpole (MA) 2014 (Easter Christian Studies, 22), 201–253.
Frøyshov, S., L’horologe du Sinaï géorgien N.80. Edition d'un fragment du nouveau fonds du Sinaï, in Binggeli, A. – Boud’hors, A. – Cassin, M.(eds.), Manuscripta Graeca et Orientalia. Mélanges monastiques et patristiques en l'honneur de Paul Géhin, Leuven 2016 (Orientalia lovaniensia analecta, 243; Bibliothèque de Byzantion, 12), 351–381.
Giaccaria, A., Nuove identificazioni di manoscritti greci e latini della Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino, in Aevum 81 (2007), 429–483.
Lucà, S., Reliquie di un Paterikòn in maiuscola ogivale inclinata: Grottaferrata, frammento gr. 4 (= Crypt. Β.β.XXVI nr. I Rocchi), in id. (ed), Manoscritti italogreci: nuove tessere di un mosaico frammentario (Quaderni di Νέα Ῥώμη, 7), Roma 2020, 59–98, 72.
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, 129–144.
Mercati, G., Sulla catena perduta (XXVI) del Salterio Torinese in unciali B VII 30 (Pasini 342), in id., Alla ricerca dei nomi degli ’’altri’’ traduttori nelle Omilie sui Salmi di S. Giovanni Crisostomo e variazioni su alcune catene del Salterio (Studi e Testi, 158), Città del Vaticano 1952, 176–198.
Oesterley, W. O. E., A Lost Uncial Codex of the Psalms, in The Expository Times 17 (1905/6), 353–358, with facsimile.
Parenti, S., L’anafora di Crisostomo (Jerusalemer Theologisches Forum, 36), Münster 2020, 347–348, 356, 563.
Parenti, S., Nota sul salterio–horologion del IX secolo, Torino, Biblioteca Universitaria B. VII. 30, in Bollettino della Badia greca di Grottaferrata 4 (2007), 275–287.
Parpulov, G., The codicology of ninth–century Greek manuscripts, in Semitica et Classica 8 (2015), 165–170.
Parpulov, G., Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters ca. 850–1350 AD, Plovdiv 2014, 56 nr. 17, 58 nr. 37, 65 nr. 3, 4, 67 nr. 15, 103 nr. 6, 104, 218.
Pascale, G., Osservazioni su un manoscritto poco noto di origine italogreca: Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, B.III.24 (gr. 113 Pasini) in Lucà, S. (ed), Manoscritti italogreci: nuove tessere di un mosaico frammentario (Quaderni di Νέα Ῥώμη, 7), Roma 2020, 43–55, tav. 9–12, 45.
Preda, N., Manuscrisul B. VII. 30 (Psalterium cum glossa) de la Biblioteca naţională din Torino: Noţiuni de liturgică (Colecţia liturgică, 5), Bucureşti 2018.
Rondeau, M. – Géhin, P. – Cassin, M., Évagre le Pontique, Scholies aux Psaumes. I, (Psaumes 1–70) (Sources chrétiennes, 614), Paris 2021.
Catalogues
Cosentini, F., Inventari dei manoscritti delle biblioteche d’Italia, XXVIII, Firenze 1922, 34 nr. 275. 
Gregory, C. R., Textkritik des Neuen Testamentes, 3 vols, Leipzig 1900–1909, I, 61; III, 1275. 
Karo, G. – Lietzmann, H., Catenarum Graecraum Catalogus (NAWG: Philologisch–historisch), Gottingen 1902, 63–64.
Pasini, G.– Rivautella, A. – Berta, F., Codices Manuscripti Bibliothecae Regii Taurinensis Athenaei Per Linguas digesti, & binas in partes distributi, in quarum Prima Hebraei, & Graeci, in altera Latini, Italici, & Gallici, Taurini 1749, 470–471 (Nr. 342). 
Rahlfs, A. – Fraenkel, D., Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments. I.1, Die Überlieferung bis zum VIII. Jahrhundert (Septuaginta: Vetus Testamentum Graecum. Supplementum), Göttingen 2004, 370–371.
Rahlfs, A., Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen 2), Berlin 1914, 299.