Rahlfs 145

Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borg. gr. 10 (olim L VI 11). No diktyon: 65161.
s. XIII/2, s. XVIII  s. XIII/2: ff. 1–208; s. XVIII: pp. I–XL | Palimpsest (1r-2v); Parchment (ff. 3–208); Paper (pp. I–XL), 208 ff., 220 × 150 mm  220 × 150 (Rahlfs), 218 ×145 (De Cavallieri), 1 col., 21 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Archaizing hand). | Provenance: Constantinople. | Owners: Μακάριος  It is not clear if Μακάριος is the scribe or an owner of the manuscript. In RKG III.399 he is considered as the scribe of the codex and is dated to the 14th c. On the other hand, Vogel-Gardthausen (1909: 272) suggest that he might be an owner and they date him between the 10th and 12th centuries., Stefano Borgia (1731–1804).
Psalms and Odes. | The manuscript was brought from Constantinople and was added to the collection of Stefano Borgia during the second half of the 18th century. According to Holmes, “it exhibits various readings considerable in number, and some very remarkable’’. Some of the Odes are missing due to the loss of folios.Text-type: L.
I–XLCollation notes on the Psalms by Stefano Borgia, see Holmes (1789: 67).
1r–2vSelection of Psalms read on various occasions “ἕτεροι ψαλμοί ἐπὶ ἀπαλλαγῆ συμφορῶν καὶ θλίψεων κατὰ ἐναντίων ἐχθρῶν’’.
3r–197rPs 1-151
197v–199rOde 1
199r–202vOde 2:1-43g
203r–203vOde 3:7b-10
203v–205vOde 4
205v–206vOde 5
206vOde 6:3-5a
207r–207vOde 9:72a-79
207vScribal notes: “δόξα τῶ θεῶ τῶ δόντι τὸ τέλος’’, “Μακαρίου τάλανος τοῦ ἀμονάχου’’.
208rBook epigram see DBBE and Parpulov (2014: 224)
208vPen trials
Holmes, R.: The First Annual Account of the Collation of the MSS. of the Septuagint–Version to which is Prefixed a Tract, Oxford 1789, 66–67. 
Parpulov, G.: Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters, ca. 850–1350 AD, Plovdiv 2014, 224.
Vogel, M., V. Gardthausen: Die griechischen Schreiber des Mittelalters und der Renaissance, Leipzig 1909, 272.
De’ Cavalieri, F.: Codices Graeci Chisiani et Borgiani, Romae 1927, 123–124.
Rahlfs, A.: Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, 2), Berlin 1914, 240.