Beta

Rahlfs 122

Venice, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Z.6 (coll. 336). No diktyon: 69477.
GA Number: 2886.
s. XV/2 | Parchment (ff. 1–190, 347–431); Paper (ff. 191–346), 431 ff., 375 × 265 mm, 1 col., 45 lines per page. |  Minuscule. | Scribes: Κοσμᾶς Τραπεζούντιος  PLP 92423, RGK I 218; ff. 1–160, 347–436; attr. Mioni, Δημήτριος Ξανθόπουλος  PLP 20814, RGK I 98, RGK II 132, RGK III 166; ff. 161–346; attr. Mioni. | Patron: Cardinal Bessarion  PLP 2707; ex-libris (f. Iv).
Complete Bible. | This manuscript was evidently one of the sources for the Aldine edition of the LXX. The sequence of biblical books is the same as in Ra 121, another codex commissioned by Bessarion. Oct.–Par. were copied from an unknown exemplar; IV Proph.–Tob. were copied from Ra B (Codex Vaticanus); Mac I was copied from Ra V (which also belonged to Bessarion).Text-type: B.
Content
1r–84rOct.
84v–123rReg. I-IV
123v–143rPar. I-II
143r–176rIV Proph.
176r–229vXII Proph.
229v–240vIob
241r–269rPs 1-150
269r–279rProv.
279r–282vEccl.
282v–284vCant.
284v–301vEsdr. I-II
301v–306vEst.
306v–313rSap.
312v–329rSir.
329v–336vIdt.
336v–341rTob.
341rMac I (unfinished: up to 1:18)
341v–346vblank
347r–431vN.T.
Bibliography
Jesus, C. A. M.: “A New Manuscript of the Septuagint and the First Two Editions of the Greek Bible”, in: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 60 (2020), 718–744, 725–726, 729. 
Jongkind, D.: “Manuscripts of the Greek Bible”, in: H.A.G. Houghton, D. C. Parker, and H. Strutwolf (eds.), The New Testament in Antiquity and Byzantium: Traditional and Digital Approaches to its Texts and Editing. A Festschrift for Klaus Wachtel (Arbeiten zur neutestamentlichen Textforschung, 52), Berlin 2020, 189–202, 195. 
Catalogue
Mioni, E.: Bibliothecae Divi Marci Venetiarum codices Graeci manuscripti, I.1, Rome 1981, 10–11.