List of New Testament Latin Manuscripts - Old Latin

Old Latin

The table below employs the following conventions.

  • Dates are estimated to the nearest 50 year increment.
  • Content is given to the nearest book (sometimes chapter); verses and lacunae are not listed.
  • Editions are those consulted by UBS4; in many cases, better editions are also available.
  • Locations are given in anglicised form, unless linked to sources in other languages.
  • Manuscripts will sometimes be referred to as "it" followed by the siglum.
s. Name # AD Content Editor Custodian City, State Country
a Codex Vercellensis 3 350 Gospels licher Vercelli City Library Vercelli Italy
a2 Codex Curiensis 16 450 Luke 11; 13 Jülicher Bishop of Chur's Archive Chur Switzerland
ar Codex Ardmachanus 61 850 New Testament Gwynn Trinity College, Dublin Dublin Ireland
aur Codex Aureus 15 650 Gospels Jülicher National Library of Sweden Stockholm Sweden
b Codex Veronensis 4 450 Gospels Jülicher Verona City Library Verona Italy
b Codex Budapestiensis 89 800 Paul Széchényi National Library Budapest Hungary
β Codex Carinthianus 26 650 Luke 1–2 Jülicher St. Paul's Abbey in the Lavanttal Saint Paul,
Carinthia
Austria
c Codex Colbertinus 6 1200 Gospels Jülicher National Library of France Paris France
d Codex Bezae 5 450 Gosp; Acts; 3J Jülicher Cambridge University Library Cambridge U.K.
d Codex Claromontanus 75 500 Paul Tischendorf National Library of France Paris France
dem Codex Demidovianus 59 1250 Acts; Paul; Gen; Rev Matthaei lost, last seen in Moscow Russia
div Codex Divionensis 1250 Paul; Gen; Rev Wordsworth lost, last seen in Dijon France
e Codex Palatinus 2 450 Gospels Jülicher British Library London U.K.
e Codex Laudianus 50 550 Acts Tischendorf Bodleian Library Oxford U.K.
e Codex Sangermanensis 76 850 Paul Tischendorf Russian National Library Saint Petersburg Russia
f Codex Brixianus 10 550 Gospels Jülicher Quirini Public Library Brescia Italy
f Codex Augiensis 78 850 Paul Scrivener Trinity College, Cambridge Cambridge U.K.
ff Codex Corbiensis 66 850 James Wordsworth Russian National Library Saint Petersburg Russia
ff1 Codex Corbeiensis I 9 750 Matthew Jülicher Russian National Library Saint Petersburg Russia
ff2 Codex Corbeiensis II 8 450 Gospels Jülicher National Library of France Paris France
g Codex Boernerianus 77 850 Paul Matthaei Saxon State Library Dresden Germany
g1 Codex Sangermanensis I 7 800 Matthew Sabatier National Library of France Paris France
g2 Codex Sangermanensis II 29 950 Epistle to the Galatians Sabatier National Library of France Paris France
gat Codex Gatianum 30 750 Acts 6-8 Milan Italy
gig Codex Gigas 51 1250 Acts; Rev Wordsworth National Library of Sweden Stockholm Sweden
g2 Codex Mediolanensis 52 1000 Acts 6-8 Milan Italy
gue Codex Guelferbytanus 79 550 Romans† Tischendorf Duke Augustus Library Wolfenbüttel Germany
h Codex Claromontanus V 12 450 Mt; Rev Jülicher Vatican Library Vatican City-State Vatican City
h Codex Floriacensis 55 450 1P; 2P; 1J Buchanan National Library of France Paris France
haf Codex Hafnianus 550 Revelation Wordsworth
i Vindobonensis Lat. 1235 17 450 Mark; Luke 10ff Jülicher National Library of Naples Naples Italy
j Codex Sarzanensis 22 550 John Jülicher Church of Saints Ruffino & Venanzio Sarezzano Italy
k Codex Bobiensis 1 400 Matthew; Mark Jülicher Turin National University Library Turin Italy
l Codex Rehdigeranus 11 750 Gospels Jülicher Berlin State Library Berlin Germany
l Codex Legionensis 67 650 Js; 1P; 1J; 2J; 3J Fischer Lyon Cathedral Archive Lyon France
λ Fragmentum Rosenthal 44 800 Luke 16–17 Houghton Library,
Harvard University
Cambridge,
Massachusetts
United States
μ Fragmentum Monacense 34 450 Matthew 9–10 Bavarian State Library Munich Germany
μ Book of Mulling 35 650 Gospels Trinity College, Dublin Dublin Ireland
μ 82 850 Hebrews Bavarian State Library Munich Germany
m Codex Speculum New Testament Jülicher;
Wordsworth
mon Codex Monza 86 950 Paul Frede Monza Cathedral Library Monza Italy
δ Codex Sangallensis 48 27 850 four Gospels 16 Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
n Codex Sangallensis 1394 16 450 Matthew; Mark Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
o Codex Sangallensis 1394 16 650 Mark 16 Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
p Codex Sangallensis 1395 20 450 John 11 Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
Codex Sangallensis 60 47 ca. 800 John 1:29-3:26 Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
Codex Sangallensis 51 48 750 John Jülicher Abbey of St. Gall St. Gallen Switzerland
p Codex Perpinianensis 54 1150 New Testament Wordsworth National Library of France Paris France
p 80 650 Paul University Library Heidelberg Heidelberg Germany
ph Codex Philadelphiensis 63 1150 Acts Sanders Philadelphia U.S.
π Fragmenta Stuttgartensia 18 650 Mt 13; Lk 14;
Jn 3;6;7;9;11;20
Jülicher State Library of Württemberg
de:Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek
de:Hofbibliothek Donaueschingen
Stuttgart
Darmstadt
Donaueschingen
Germany
q Codex Monacensis 13 600 Gospels Jülicher Bavarian State Library Munich Germany
q Codex Monacensis 64 650 Gen Bruyne Munich Germany
r Codex Schlettstadtensis 57 700 Acts Morin Humanist Library of Sélestat Sélestat France
r Frisingensia Fragmenta 64 600 Gen Bavarian State Library Munich Germany
r1 Codex Usserianus Primus 14 650 Gospels Jülicher Trinity College, Dublin Dublin Ireland
r2 Codex Usserianus II 28 800 Gospels Jülicher Dublin Ireland
r3 Codex Monacensis 64 650 Paul Bruyne Munich Germany
ρ Codex Ambrosianus 24 700 John 13 Jülicher Ambrose Library Milan Italy
ρ 88 950 Paul Basel University Library Basel Switzerland
s Codex Ambrosianus 21 600 Luke; Gen Jülicher Ambrose Library Milan Italy
s Codex Bobiensis 53 550 Acts; Gen White National Library of Naples Naples Italy
sin Fragmentum Sinaiticum 74 950 Rev 20–21 Saint Catherine's Monastery Sinai Egypt
t Codex Bernensis 19 500 Mark 1–3 Jülicher Bern University Library Bern Switzerland
t Liber Comicus 56 850 Acts; Gen; Rev Morin National Library of France Paris France
v Vindobonensis Lat. 502 25 650 Gospels Jülicher Vienna Austria
v Codex Parisiensis 81 800 Paul Souter National Library of France Paris France
w 32 550 Gen Duke Augustus Library Wolfenbüttel Germany
w 58 1400 Acts Clementinum Prague Czech Rep.
w Codex Waldeccensis 83 850 Paul Schultze
x Codex Bodleianus 850 Paul Wordsworth Bodleian Library Oxford U.K.
z Codex Harleianus 65 750 Gen Buchanan British Library London U.K.

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