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MS. 6 Glossa super Psalmos

Not in Haenel.                        C. M. A. 2174. 1.

Vellum, 15x 103/4, ff. 148, double columns (text and gloss) of 46 lines.

Cent. xii late, in a very fine hand. Large initials cut out.       2 fo. gone.

Collation:

18 (wants 2, 3, 4, 6?) 28 38 412 (wants 3) 58-98 (3 quires gone)

108 (wants 1,4, 5) 118 (quires gone) 128-168 (quires gone) 178 188

(wants most of 7; quires gone) 198, quires lost after ff. 71, 123, 139.

Contents :

Glossa super Psalmos.

Prologue (initial cut out) Cum omnes prophetas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f. I

The names of the sources of the gloss are written in red in the margins.

The beginning of the text of the Psalter is gone.

The first remaining verse is: Neque habitabit iuxta te (Ps. v. 4).

There are other important lacunae from xlv. 9 to lxviii. II,

portions of lxix., from lxxiv. 2 to lxxxiii. 9, from cvi. 29 to cxviii. 22,

from cxix. 137 to cxxiv. 6 and all after cxxxv. 6.

 

The first Psalm in each Nocturne (and also Ps. li (probably) and ci)

had pictured initials which have been cut out.

© N.J.R. James

 

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