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Rahlfs 1268

Graz, Universitätsbibliothek, 86.
XII | Parchment, 160 ff., 420 × 320 mm, 4 col., 41 lines per page. | Provenance: Seckau Abbey.
Psalterium Quadruplex. | The manuscript consists of four columns: the first three columns contain the so-called Gallicanum, Romanum and Herbaicum by Jerome and the fourth one transmits the Graecum, which is a Greek version of the Psalms written in Latin script. | Text-type: L, Ga.
Content
1r–1vJerome’s epistle to Marcella
1v–8vJerome’s epistle to Sunnias and Fretela
8v–9rPreface to the Psalms, tit: Incipit origo prophetie (sic) David regis psalmorum numero CL
9rOn diapsalma and alleluia
9r–9vEpistle of pope Damasus to Jerome
9vJerome’s epistle to pope Damasus
9v–11vDe tropis vel figuris grammaticis, que sparsim inveniuntur in psalmis
11v–12rJerome’s epistle to Paula and Eustochius
12rDe prophetia. Excerpt from Cassiodorus’ preface on Psalter.
12r–14rPrefaces to the Psalms by Jerome and Remigius of Auxerre
14r–14vDe utilitate psalmorum
15r–151rPs 1-151 The fourth column with the Greek version of Ps 151 is vacant
151r–151vBook of Isaiah 12 (12:5 om.). Is. 12:1: εὐλογήσω σε] exomologisome si The third column is vacant
151v–152vOde 11
152v–153rOde 3
153r–154vOde 1
154v–156vOde 4
156v–159vOde 2
160r–160vOde 8:57-87 The third column is vacant
160vOde 9:68-71b The third column is vacant
Bibliography
Radiciotti, P.: “Manoscritti digrafici grecolatini e latinogreci nell’alto medioevo”, in H. Fillitz and O. Kresten, Römische historische Mitteilungen. Band 40, Wien 1998, 49–118, 69.
Renhart, E.: “Spuren griechischen Erbes in den Handschriften der Universitätsbibliothek Graz“, in I. Fischer (ed.), Bibel und Antikenrezeption, eine interdisziplinäre Annäherung, Wien 2014, 91–115, 101–111.
Catalogues
Gryson, R.: Manuscrits vieux latins: répertoire descriptif, II, Freiburg 2004, 303.
Kern, A.: Die Handschriften der Universitätsbibliothek Graz, vol. 1, Leipzig 1942, 44–45.