Beta

Rahlfs 456

Messina, Biblioteca Regionale Universitaria “Giacomo Longo”, S. Salv. 7 (olim ις´). No diktyon: 40668.
ibid., S. Salv. 9 (olim κς´). No diktyon: 40670.
ibid., S. Salv. 19 (olim λδ´, λε´). No diktyon: 40680.
ibid., S. Salv. 25 (olim μη´, μ´). No diktyon: 40686.
ibid., S. Salv. 31 (olim μδ´, λθ´). No diktyon: 40692.
ibid., S. Salv. 32 (olim νθ´, λζ´). No diktyon: 40693.
ibid., S. Salv. 33 (olim κβ´). No diktyon: 40694.
ibid., S. Salv. 38 (olim κα´). No diktyon: 40699.
ibid., S. Salv. 41 (olim ν´, μα´). No diktyon: 40702.
ibid., S. Salv. 47 (olim κε´). No diktyon: 40708.
ibid., S. Salv. 55 (olim κη´). No diktyon: 40716.
ibid., S. Salv. 64 (olim λς´). No diktyon: 40725.
ibid., S. Salv. 70 (olim μζ´, με´). No diktyon: 40731.
ibid., S. Salv. 114 (olim πζ´). No diktyon: 40775.
ibid., S. Salv. 116. No diktyon: 40777.
ibid., S. Salv. 118 (olim πθ´). No diktyon: 40779.
El Escorial, Real Biblioteca del Monasterio de El Escorial, T. III. 7. No diktyon: 15439.
ibid., T. III. 12. No diktyon: 15444.
London, British Library, Add. 18212 (f. 2r–v). No diktyon: 38943.
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, fonds principal D 34 sup (Martini-Bassi 227). No diktyon: 42535.
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Auct. T. inf. 2. 12 (Misc. 320, ff. 9r–v; 11r–v). No diktyon: 47269.
s. XII  s. XI (Rahlfs); s. XII (Foti) | Parchment, 26 ff., 370 × 300 mm  the size of the codices in which the remains are found varies between 370 × 300 (Salv. 31) and 180 × 130 (Salv. 118), but most approach the larger format. – BL, Add. 18212: 280 × 220 mm; Oxford: 210 × 150 mm |  Minuscule. | Provenance: The London ms. (which contains fragments of the original ms.) was auctioned by Sotheby’s and bought by the British Museum in 1850. The Milan ms. (which contains further fragments of the original ms.) was bought in Tarent in 1606. The Oxford ms. has a complicated history of its own: According to Rahlfs, Charles Burney (Greenwich) donated the Oxford ms. to Robert Holmes for use in his LXX edition. | Owner: Thomas of Arundel († 1646)  BL, Add. 18212.
XVI proph. fragm. | Remains of a manuscript of the Prophets. In Salv. 7, the margins of the last leaves are patched with pieces of this manuscript. All the other codices have endpapers from it; in Salv. 9 there are also some scraps on the binding; these include 1) London, Brit. Mus., Add. 18212, fol. 2, 2) Milan, Bibl. Ambr., D 34 sup., two endpapers and a fragment in the binding, 3) Oxford, Bodl. Libr., Auct. T. inf. 2. 12, fol. 9 and 11. | Collation: Collation of the Oxford leaves: HoP („105“, s. Praef. ad XII proph.)
Content
Oxford, f. 9Os. 9:4–10:13 (incomplete) Oxford, Bodl. Libr., Auct. T. inf. 2. 12, f. 9
Salv. 114, an uncounted f. at the beginningAm. 7:5–9:2
Oxford, f. 11v + f. 11rAm. 9:4–14 (incomplete); Ioel 1:2–14 (incomplete) Oxford, Bodl. Libr., Auct. T. inf. 2. 12, f. 11v and r (recto and verso were inverted when binding the Oxford codex)
Salv. 116, an uncounted f. at the endOb. 1–Ion. 1:6 cf. Foti (1977), 34
Salv. 47, second uncounted f. at the beginningIon. 4:3–Mich. 2:4
Salv. 47, an uncounted f. at the endMich. 2:6–4:7
Salv. 118, f. 1Hab. 2:6–12. 3:13–17
London, Brit. Mus., Add. 18212, f. 2r–vSoph. 2:11–Agg. 1:5
Salv. 32, two uncounted ff. at the beginning, one at the endIs. 6:8–10:27
Salv. 31, an uncounted f. at the endIs. 18
Milan, front endpaperIs. 19:10–21:11 Milan, Bibl. Ambr., D. 34 sup., one endpaper at the beginning and one at the end, which originally together formed a single f
Salv. 41, two uncounted ff. at the endIs. 21:11–24:21
Milan, frgm.Is. 28:22–29:21 (incomplete) Milan, Bibl. Ambr. D. 34 sup., a fragment (discovered by Achille Ratti in Sept. 1913) in the binding
Salv. 41, first uncounted f. at the beginningIs. 30:27–32:13
Salv. 70, one uncounted f. at the beginningIs. 36:6–37:12 Mancini states that the f. contains Reg. IV 18:21-19:12, but the opening and closing words he cites prove that it is rather the Lucianic text of Is. 36:6-37:12
Salv. 41, second uncounted f. at the beginningIs. 38:7–40:10
Salv. 33, ff. 185 and 1Is. 41:17–44:9
Salv. 33, ff. 2 and 186Is. 50:7–54:8
Salv. 9, f. 1′Is. 65:23–Ier. 1:2 55:23 in Mancini must be a misprint, since ch. 55 has only 13 verses, and there cannot possibly be twelve chapters on one leaf
Escorial T. III. 7, f. 1Ier. 10:16–11:10 cf. Foti (1977), 34
Salv. 38, f. 1Ier. 23:12–24:3
Salv. 25, f. 1Ep. Ier. 30–71
Salv. 55, an uncounted f. at the endEz. 2:5–3:26
Salv. 55, an uncounted f. at the beginningEz. 7:12–8:14
Salv. 25, f. 2Ez. 10:11–11:22
Salv. 19, an uncounted f. at the beginningEz. 16:8–17:3
Salv. 47, first uncounted f. at the beginningEz. 32:25–33:17
Salv. 64, f. 1Ez. 37:27–39:8
Escorial T. III. 7, f. 2Dan. θ′ 7:23–8:6 cf. Foti (1977), 34
Escorial T. III. 12, one leafDan. θ′ 8:23–9:20 cf. Foti (1977), 34
Bibliography
Bucca, Donatella: „Per un'edizione critica del Commentario ai XII Profeti di Teodoreto di Cirro », dans A. Rigo (éd), Vie per Bisanzio. VIII Congresso Nazionale dell'Associazione Italiana di Studi Bizantini. Venezia, 25–28 novembre 2009, Bari, Edizioni di Pagina, 2013, 607–623, 616 (Messina, S. Salv. 118).
Foti, Maria Bianca: „Contributi alla ricostruzione di un codice biblico dei profeti“, Codices manuscripti vol. 3 (1977), 33–44.
Foti, Maria Bianca: „Frammenti di un codice biblico dei Profeti“, in: Orpheus, N.S. 2 (1981), 80–86.
Catalogue
Gregory, 1436 („l 191“) (BL, Add. 18212).
Rahlfs, A.: Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen 2), Berlin 1914, 104 (London); 127 (Milan); 134–136 (Messina); 168 (Oxford). 
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