Codex of the month
September 2016: This series is closed due to the amount of work I currently have. It might open in the future. Meanwhile, if you are interested in a specific codex let me know and I will take a look. Thanks.
Welcome to the ‘Codex of the month’ posts!
In October 2014 I started a new series of posts reviewing each one of the archive files of the codices gathered on the Littera Visigothica online catalogue of Visigothic script manuscripts [timeline version] or [Excel list version] that have been digitised.
Why only the ones for which we have digital surrogates? First, because that will allow me to show you the script while discussing it, and second because, without me seeing it, I am unable to verify any previous conclusions drawn about the manuscript. These posts will help me to update the catalogue with more reliable information.
Codex of the month (I): Archivo de la Catedral de León, Ms. 8 -> Antiphonarium mozarabicum
[part 1] Codex of the month (II): British Library, Add. Ms. 11695 (1) The ‘Beatos’ -> Beatus
[part 2] Codex of the month (II): British Library, Add. Ms. 11695 (2) The Codex -> Beatus, In Apocalypsin
Codex of the month (III): John Rylands Library, latin MS 83 -> Gregorius, Moralia in Iob
Codex of the month (IV): Lyon, Bibliothèque Municipale, Ms. 443 -> Origen, In Genesin, In Exodum and In Leuiticum
Codex of the month (V): Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. lat. 2170 -> Cassianus, Collationes Patrum
Codex of the month (VI): Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, nouv. acq. lat. 239 -> Regula sancti Leandri et Flores sanctorum
Codex of the month (VII): Santiago de Compostela, Biblioteca Universitaria, ms 609 -> Diurnal of Fernando I [Psalterium et Liber Canticorum]
Codex of the month (VIII): Madrid, Real Academia de la Historia, Cod. 76 -> Isidorus, Etymologiae
Codex of the month (IX): Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, ms 10110 -> Breviarium mozarabicum
Special! NOVEMBER – DECEMBER 2015: