LONDON - British Library - Add. 28270

Content Theologica  
Nikolaos (12th c.) - RGK: I.326 - VGH: 362.H
Date 1111
Origin Southern Italy < Italy
Identification Diktyon (Pinakes), 39064
Comment Content: Pratum spirituale - Johannes Moschos.

Gamillscheg-Harlfinger (1981: nr. 326) and N. G. Wilson (1973: 24) identify Nikolaos καλλιγράφος, scribe of Addit. 28270, with Nikolaos φοιτητής, scribe of Oxon. Corpus Christi College 25. However, Lucà's palaeographical examination indicates that the manuscripts were copied by two different hands (Lucà 1993; Lucà 1995: 57 n.45; Lucà 2001: 135). The Oxoniensis presents an exhuberant script that features cursive letters and ligatures, while the Addit. 28270 shows a more "controlled" writing (Lucà 1993: 171-172). Ultimately, Lucà concludes that Oxon. Corpus Christi College 25 and Addit. 28270 were the work of two distinct scribes who shared the same name (Nikolaos is frequently attested in Southern Italy) and belonged to the same milieu (Lucà 1993: 171-175).
Occurrences f. 163r [18755] Χ(ριστ)έ μου δίδου τοῖς ἐμοῖς πόνοις χάριν [1111]

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