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Cassiodorus Senator, Expositio psalmorum 1-50(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cassiodorius Ps. I-L
Codicology:Vellum, 318 x 210 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (12.7 x 8.5 in.), ff. 168, double columns of 38 lines. Cent. xii, in a very beautiful round hand: two scribes are clearly distinguishable.
Collation: I8-XXI8.
2 fo.: ri. Psalmi.
Provenance:On f. 1r at top a fairly old mark “B. 39” . On R. an older mark “G. 21” . I do not think the mark is that of Norwich, but I cannot suggest another provenance. Compare University Library Ii. 3. 16 and University Library(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)Ii. 4. 22 in which are similar marks.
Foliation: ff. i-ii + 1-168 + iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1r-168v
Cassiodorus Senator, Expositio psalmorum 1-50(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cassiodorus Ps. I-L
1r
Three-quarters of col. 1 are left blank. The first words “Repulsis aliquando” were supplied in cent. xvi. Text begins in red capitals
1r
Rubric:
In Ravennati urbe sollicitudinibus
Preliminary matter ends
9v
Explicit:
ad exponenda psalterii uerba ueniamus
9v
Rubric:
Magni Aurelii Cassiodori senatoris iam domino prestante conuersi. explicit prefatio
(P. L. LXX)
9v
Rubric:
Incipit eiusdem expositio digesta psalmorum. Quare primus psalmus non habet titulum
9v
Incipit:
Psalmus hic ideo non habet titulum
There are two handsome initials in green and red. The others are alternately in green and red, single colours. The text of the Psalms is in red
Ends imperfectly in Psalm xlix (l)
168v
Rubric:
os tuum abundauit nequitia etc.
168v
Explicit:
peccatorum iniquia uoluntate