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Content Biblica   > Vetus Testamentum   > Psalterium  
Date 1058-1059
Origin the Monastery of Stoudios < Konstantinoupolis < Turkey
Identification Diktyon (Pinakes), 67383
Comment According to Parpulov (2014: 123) three scribes worked on this manuscript: (1) ff. 19r-491v; (2) ff. 1r-8v and commentary on ff. 19r-87r and f. 444; (3) ff. 9r-17v and commentary on ff. 84r-97v, ff. 98v-443v and ff. 445r-490v.
D'Aiuto (2016: 65-80) identifies four hands: (A) ff. 1r-8v, commentary on ff. 19r-87r and f. 444; (B) f. 9r; (C) ff. 9v-17r and commentary on ff. 84r-443v and ff. 445r-490v; (D) ff. 19r-491v.

Hand (2) or (A) is also the scribe of another Psalter-manuscript: Jerusalem, Panagiou Taphou 53.

According to Weitzmann (1980: 3) there is a proleptic illustration in which Psalm XXVI is headed by an Anointing of David as king by Nathan.
Occurrences f. 17r-17v [17485] ὁ πάντα κόσμον ἐν | λόγω κτίσας πάλιν [1058]

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