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Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Theol. gr. 8 (olim 150, Lamb. 10). No diktyon: 71675.
s. XI | Parchment, 276 ff., 350 × 280 mm, 1 col., 25 (commentary), ca. 47 (catena) lines per page. |  Minuscule (Perlschrift; See Hunger, 15); Majuscule (Alexandrinische Auszeichnungsmajuskel; Titles and the text of the Psalms. See Hunger, 15). | Provenance: The manuscript was brought from Constantinople to Austria by the diplomat Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq (1522–1592).
Commentary on the Psalms with marginal catena. | Catena Type V (Karo-Lietzmann). CPG C10a (5), C18, C24. Some marginalia have been added to the manuscript by a later hand (s. XIII–XIV). The commentary has the following three lacunae: Ps 5–37:9, Ps 74:4–75:6 and Ps 118:159–165. Richard, 219, relates the manuscript to Cod. Par. gr. 168 and argues that both manuscripts contain an anonymous commentary on the Psalms, in which there are fragments attributed to Diodore of Tarsus and to a certain Anastasios. The catena consists of scholia by Apollinarius of Laodicea, Asterius, Athanasius of Alexandria, Basil of Ceasarea, Clement of Alexandria, Cyril of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, Diodore of Tarsus, Epiphanius of Salamis, Eusebius of Ceasarea, Hesychios of Jerusalem, Gregory of Nazianzus, Gregory of Nyssa, John Chrysostom, Jerome the Presbyter, John of Skythopolis, Olympiodoros, Origen, Severus of Antioch, Sophronios of Jerusalem, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Theodore of Heraclea and Theodoret of Cyrus. For a detailed analysis of the different types of the catena and their exact distribution in the manuscript see Cadiou, 16-28.Text-type: L (?).
1–276vAnonymous commentary on the Psalms (main text) with a marginal catena in two layers Part of the commentary is ascribed to Diodore of Tarsus, see Hunger, 14, and Cadiou, 15. According to Cadiou, 16, the text of the internal margin is a catena consisting of excerpts by several authors, whereas the external margin contains only one commentary attributed to Origen
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