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Beschreibung von Cod. Guelf. 64 Weiss. (Heinemann-Nr. 4148)
Codices latini antiquiores. A palaeographical guide to latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century. Part IX Germany: Maria Laach - Würzburg / Part I The Vatican City, 1959, S. 42CLA IX, 1959, S. 42CLA IX, 1959, S. 42CLA IX, 1959, S. 43; CLA I, 1934, S. 13CLA IX, 1959, S. 43; CLA I, 1934, S. 14
Handschriftentitel: Isidori episcopi Hispalensis etymologiarum vel originum libb. XX; Varia fragmenta
Entstehungsort: Bobbio
Entstehungszeit: VIII. Jh., 1. H. Die Datierung der palimpsestierten Teile s. u.
Katalognummer:
  • 1386
  • Heinemann-Nr. 4148
Beschreibstoff: Parchment
Umfang: 328 leaves
Format: 266 (200) × 218 (150-171)
Seitennummerierung: Signed in the middle of the lower margin of the last (on fol. 106r also the first) page with numerals, some preceded by q.
Lagenstruktur:
  • (Foll. I + 328 (foliated 1-244, 255-338) + II).
  • Gatherings normally of eight, all leaves arranged with hair-side outside
  • Seiteneinrichtung:
  • in 2 columns of 24, 25, 30, or 32 lines
  • Ruling on the flesh-side, normally 4 bifolia at a time before folding, with the direct impression on the outer bifolium. Double bounding lines at the outer margin of each column, single at the margin between the columns. Prickings in the outer margin guided the ruling.
  • Hände:
    Auszeichnungsschriften / Buchschmuck: Colophons in Rustic capital or uncial, in lines alternately red and black, or in ornamental hollow capitals filled with red and yellow (fol. 338v); chapter headings in red uncial or Rustic capital. Simple red capitals at the beginning of sentences.
    Spätere Ergänzungen:
  • Citations marked by one or two s-like flourishes in the left margin.
  • Some contemporary notes in North Italian syllabic tachygraphy.
  • Corrections partly contemporary, partly saec. IX-X.
  • A Latin entry in uncial saec. VII was written on fol. 233 (palimpsest of Greek Gospels saec. VI) before the leaf was re-used for Isidore.
  • Entstehung der Handschrift: Written in North Italy, to judge from its script, and in the same scriptorium as Vatic. Lat. 5763, a twin manuscript of Isidore's Etymologiae given to Bobbio by Boniprandus (C.L.A., I.39).
    Provenienz der Handschrift: At Weissenburg at least by the fourteenth century, as is proved by the shelf-mark on fol. 1, found also in other Weissenburg manuscripts.
    Erwerb der Handschrift: Came to Wolfenbüttel in 1690.
    Inhalt:
    1. fols. 1-338 Isidorus, Etymologiae. (cursive minuscule saec. VIII). Partly palimpsest, secondary script, the primary scripts come from 7 different manuscripts, non-palimpsest are foll. 1-42, 75-81, 106-113, 138-145, 170-177, 202-209, 234-241, 260-267, 271 - this leaf is conjoint to fol. 272 and belongs to the Greek Gospels saec. VI -, 334-338.
      Hauptsprache: Latin
    2. fols. 43-74., 82-89., 98-105., 114-137., 146-153., 162-169., 186-193., 218-225., 268-270., 273-275., 305-310. Galenus. (Greek uncial saec. VI).
      Hauptsprache: Greek
    3. fols. 90-97. 154-161. 178-185. 226-233. 242-244. 257-259. 272. 278. 279. 298. 300-301. 303. Gospels. (Greek uncial saec. VI).
      Hauptsprache: Greek
    4. fols. 194-201., 299., 302., 303., 304., 311. Gospels. (Greek uncial saec. V).
      Hauptsprache: Greek
    5. fols. 210-217., 276., 281., 318-325. Fragmenta operis incerti christiani. an unidentified Latin manuscript (half-uncial and uncial saec. VI).
      Hauptsprache: Latin
    6. fols. 255., 256., 277., 280. Epistulae Pauli, Gothice et Latine. (Gothic and Latin in uncial saec. V).
      Hauptsprache: Latin and Gothic
    7. fols. 282., 283., 288-297., 312-317., 328-331. Libri Iudicum et Ruth (fragm.). (uncial saec. V²).
      Hauptsprache: Latin
    8. fols. 284-287., 326., 327., 332., 333. Praefationes Hieronymi, Liber Iob I-XV.24. (half-uncial saec. VI).
      Hauptsprache: Latin
    Sekundärformen: Our plate from foll. 2v and 160v.
    Handschriftenteil: Lowe 1387 (Cod. Guelf. 64 Weiss. (foll. 210-276, 281, 318-325))
    Handschriftentitel: Fragmenta operis incerti christiani
    Beschreibstoff: Parchment rather thick.
    Umfang: 18 leaves
    Format: 262 (250) × 215 (182)
    Seitennummerierung: Now numbered 210-217, 276, 281, 318-325.
    Seiteneinrichtung:
  • Apparently in 27 long lines.
  • Ruling before folding. Double bounding lines in both margins. Pricking in the outer margin guided the ruling.
  • Hände:
    Entstehung der Handschrift: Origin uncertain. Rewritten in the eighth century in North Italy with Isidore's Etymologiae.
    Sekundärformen: Our plate from foll. 211 and 216.
    Handschriftenteil: Lowe 1388 (Cod. Guelf. 64 Weiss. (foll. 255, 256, 277, 280))
    Handschriftentitel: Epistulae Pauli, gothice et latine
    Beschreibstoff:
    • Parchment well prepared.
    • Ink shows dark yellow traces.
    Umfang: 4 leaves
    Format: 264 (228) × 216 (ca. 185)
    Seitennummerierung: Signed in the centre of the lower margin of the last page with a letter enclosed between lines and angular florishes; the letter E used as quire-mark on fol. 280v has the Gothic, not the Latin, form.
    Lagenstruktur:
  • 4 folios survive, constituting the outer bifolium and the second bifolium from the middle of the same quire
  • Gatherings of eight, with flesh-side outside.
  • Seiteneinrichtung:
  • in 2 columns of 27 lines
  • Ruling apparently on the flesh-side, before folding.
  • Apparently double bounding lines to each column. Prickings run through the text - an ancient practice.
  • Hände:
    • Written per cola et commata. Most verses of the Latin are preceded by a fine horizontal transected by a comma - apparently a paragraph mark.
    • Punctuation: the main pause is marked by a triangular medial point. Citations are indicated by small 7-like flourishes in the left margin.
    • Abbreviations confined the normal forms of Nomina Sacra and B· = bus; q· = que; N̅I̅ = nostri. Omitted M is marked by a horizontal with dot below, after a vowel. The Latin script is an expert uncial of the old type: the bow of a is a low shallow oval; the hasta of E is high and the eye is open.
    Auszeichnungsschriften / Buchschmuck: Each verse begins with a large uncial letter. Ink shows dark yellow traces.
    Entstehung der Handschrift: Written presumably in North Italy. Rewritten in the eighth century in North Italy with Isidore's Etymologiae.
    Sekundärformen: Our plate from fol. 255v.
    Handschriftenteil: Lowe 40 und **40 (Cod. Guelf. 64 Weiss.(foll. 282, 283, 288-297, 312-317, 328-331) + Vatic. Lat. 5763)
    Handschriftentitel: Libri Iudicum, Ruth (fragm.)
    Beschreibstoff:
    • Parchment
    • Ink has left dark yellow traces.
    Umfang: 22 leaves (+ 55 leaves Vatic. Lat. 5763)
    Format: 262 (182-185) × 215 (182-188)
    Seitennummerierung:
  • Signed with a numeral preceded by a capital Q (resembling Arabic 2), both overlined by parallel lines.
  • (CLA I, 40 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): Signed by a Roman numeral preceded by q in the lower right-hand corner of the last page.)
  • Now folliated as follows: Wolfenb. foll. 282, 283, 288-297, 312, 317, 328-331.
  • Lagenstruktur: Gatherings of eight, with flesh-side outside.
    Zustand: 77 folios survive: 22 at Wolfenbüttel and 55 at the Vatican (Vatic. Lat. 5763).
    Seiteneinrichtung:
  • in 18 long lines
  • The text is written verse by verse.
  • Ruling on the flesh-side before folding. Apparently double bounding lines. Prickings run through the text - an ancient practice.
  • Hände:
    • Script is large, rather heavy, but expert uncial of the old type: for details see under the Vatican. Interlinear corrections in small uncial.
    • (CLA I, 40 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): Very expert, large, bold uncial; the upper bow of B is very small, P usually open, the cross-stroke of T very tiny.)
    • No punctuation. Abbreviations confined to Nomina Sacra; DN̅E = Domine.
    • (CLA I, 40 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): DN̅S̅, DN̅I̅ = dominus, -i, SP̅S̅ = spiritus.)
    • Omitted M, at line-end only, marked by a simple stroke after the vowel.
    • (CLA I, 40 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): The spelling QUU occurs often for CU, e.g. 'quuius', 'quui', ZI is used for DI in 'mazian' constantly.)
    Auszeichnungsschriften / Buchschmuck:
    • Running titles on some hair-side openings in Rustic capital between ivy leaves (Wolfenbüttel fol. 314).
    • A large letter begins each page.
    • (CLA I, 40 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): A large letter begins each page, even in mid-word.)
    Spätere Ergänzungen: Interlinear corrections in small uncial.
    Entstehung der Handschrift: Written presumably in Italy. Re-used in the eighth century in North Italy for copying two distinct manuscripts of Isidore.
    Sekundärformen: Our plate from fol. 289.
    Handschriftenteil: Lowe 41 und **41 (Cod. Guelf. 64 Weiss.(foll. 284-287, 326, 327, 332, 333) + Vatic. Lat. 5763)
    Handschriftentitel: Praefationes Hieronymi; Liber Iob (I - XV.24)
    Beschreibstoff: Parchment well prepared.
    Umfang: 8 leaves (+ 14 leaves Vatic. Lat. 5763)
    Format: 263 (218) × 216 (ca. 167)
    Seitennummerierung:
  • Signed in the lower right-hand corner of the last page with a numeral preceded by q..
  • (CLA I, 41 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): Signed by a Roman numeral preceded by a q in the lower right-hand corner of the last page.)
  • Lagenstruktur:
  • Gatherings of eight
  • For the original order of these leaves see under the Vatican.
  • (CLA I, 41 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): The true order of the leaves is: Wolfenbüttel foll. 285, 287, 326, 332, 327, 333, 284, 286, complete quire.)
  • Zustand: 22 folios survive: 8 at Wolfenbüttel and 14 at the Vatican (Vatic. Lat. 5763).
    Seiteneinrichtung:
  • in 24 long lines
  • Ruling on the flesh-side, apparently 2 bifolia at a time before folding. Single bounding lines. Prickings run through the text - a sign of antiquity.
  • Written verse by vers with the beginning of each verse projecting.
  • (CLA I, 41 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): The first line of the text is in red.initials in pen-and-ink outline, a sweeping curved C suggesting the use of a compass, with the fish motif, and an initial V.)
  • Hände:
    • Script is a bold and regular half-uncial resembling the script of the Evagrius palimpsest in Carlsruhe Aug. CCLIII (C.L.A., VIII. 1107): uncial is the rule; R occurs at line-end; other details given in the Vatican.
    • (CLA I, 41 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): Regular well-formed expert writing: G has invariably the uncial form; A has now the pure uncial form, now a form with an expanded bow; groups of letters and even whole lines of uncial occur, also with cedilla by the first hand; the ligature UI is shaped like open q, the ligature NE shows the Rustic capital E.)
    • For the ductus and the irregular admixture one may also compare the Ravenna Ambrose and Verona I (I) Append. Fragm. II (C.L.A., IV. 410 a-b and 474).
    • Punctuation: various pauses are marked by the medial point, sometimes followed by a comma. Abbreviations confined to Nomina Sacra, omn̅p̅s = omnipotens (fol. 284), and b͘ (with the point high), q· = bus, que. Omitted M marked by a simple stroke or a horizontal flourish.
    • (CLA I, 41 (Vatic. Lat. 5763): The medial point used for punctuation. Few abbreviations: b͘ (with the point high) = bus; q) = que; DN̅S̅, DN̅I̅ = dominus, -i; OM̅N̅PS = omnipotens (teste Dold). Omitted M and N at line-ends marked by the mere stroke. There are the usual confusions of B and U, I and E, and once 'occulis' occurs, but otherwise spelling is good.)
    Entstehung der Handschrift: Written presumably in North Italy, in the scriptorium which produced the Evagrius palimpsest in Carlsruhe Aug. CCLIII (C.L.A., VIII. 1107), possibly at Ravenna to judge by the script. Re-used in the eighth century in North Italy for copying two distinct manuscripts of Isidore.
    Sekundärformen: Our plate from fol. 326v.

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