Beta

Rahlfs 199

Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, Gr. α. M. 9. 02 (Puntoni 37). No diktyon: 43325.
s. XIV/XV | Parchment, 359 ff., 180 × 130 mm, 1 col., 13 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Hodegon style; Allen, Notes, 7: "Large archaising hand, saec. XV"). | Provenance: A note attached to the last flyleaf reports that the manuscript was brought to Paris in October 1796 and was returned to the Biblioteca Estense only in October 1815. f. IIˈ: "Questo codice fu portato via dalla Biblioteca Estense il giorno 11 ottobre 1796 dai commissari francesi e fu ripreso a Parigi dai commissari di S. A. R. Francesco IV. Signori Antonio Lombardi bibliotecario ed Antonio Boccolari sotto il 21 ottobre 1815“.  Antonio Lombardi (1768-1847)Owners: Alberto III Pio, lord of Carpi (1475–1531)  f. 1v, Ἀλβέρτου Πίου Καρπαίων, ἄρχοντας; On f. 1v traces of erasure can be noticed. By adding his note, Aberto Pio must have deleted the one previously written by Lorenzo Valla; cf. Puntoni, Indice, 405, Giorgio Valla (1447–1500)  VGH, 70f; RGK III, 91. Marginal notes, cf. Puntoni, Indice, 405; Rahlfs, Verzeichnis, 139.
Psalms and Odes. | Consists of two volumes bound together (I: ff. 1-167, quires α´- κα´; II: ff. 168-359, quires α´- κδ´). The manuscript begins with Psalm 1: the title is surrounded by a decorative frame. Another decorative headband is visible on f. 168r: Psalm 77.Text-type: L.
Content
2r–325vPs 1–150
325v–326vPs 151
327r–329vOd 1
330r–337vOd 2
337v–339vOd 3
339v–342vOd 4
342v–345rOd 5
345r–346rOd 6
346r–350vOd 7
350v–353rOd 8
353r–355rOd 9
Bibliography
Parpulov, G.: Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters, Plovdiv 2014, Appendix B1. 
Catalogues
Allen, Th. W.: Notes on Greek manuscripts in Italian libraries, London 1890, 1–24: 7.
Puntoni, V.: Indice dei codici greci della Biblioteca Estense di Modena, in Studi italiani di filologia classica 4 (1896), 379–536, 404–405. 
Rahlfs, A.: Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments, Berlin 1914 (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen 2), 138–139.