Rahlfs 1714

Cambridge, University Library, Or. 929. No diktyon: 12274.
s. XIV | Paper, 186, 4 col., 35-38 (Greek text) lines per page. |  Minuscule. | Provenance: Egypt?.
Polyglot Psalter. Text is missing due to loss of folios. The beginning of each verse in the Greek text is marked with red initials. The Syriac column contains interlinear glosses and marginal scholia. According to Coakley (2018: 29), this column is the Syrohexapla version.Text-type: L.
1r–185vPs 16:14e–Ps 151 (Greek text) Beginning is lacking
185v–186vOdes 1–2:24 (Greek text) with lacunae
Brock, Sebastian P, "A Fourteenth–Century Polyglot Psalter", in G. E. Kadish and G. E. Freeman, Studies in Philology in Honour of R. J. Williams, Toronto 1982, 1–15.
Coogan, J., Art. "16 Appendix. The Odes", in: Textual History of the Bible 2C, Leiden et al. 2019, 539–572, 561, n. 169 (tetralingual Psalter).
Goshen–Gottstein, M. H., "Eine Cambridger Syrohexaplahandschrift", Le Muséon 67 (1954) 291–296.
Schneider, H., “Biblische Oden im Syrohexaplarischen Psalter”, Biblica 40/2 (1959) 199–209. 
Coakley, J. F., A Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library and College Libraries Acquired Since 1901, Ely 2018, 27–29.