MS. Barocci 173
Summary Catalogue no.: 173
Legal Miscellany A 10th, B 12th cent.
Binding of blind-stamped brown leather, 17th–18th century.
MS. Barocci 173 - Part A (fols. 1-156)
pr. G.E. Heimbach, Anecdota, vol. ii, Leipzig 1840, pp. 202–33. Followed on fol. 19v by two brief scholia on privata and largitiones.
pr. ibid., pp. 145–201.
pr. PG 138. 1077–1228.
pr. as book 2 of the preceding, PG 138. 1228–49.
titles i–iii pr. G.E. Heimbach, Anecdota, vol. i, Leipzig 1838, pp. 1–49.
no. 199 in Dölger, Regesten, pr. Zepos, Ius graeco-romanum, Athens 1931, vol. i, pp. 36–9; now ed. J. Konidaris, Fontes minores V (Frankfurt 1982), pp. 33–106.
no. 165 in Dölger, pr. ibid., pp. 27–30.
no. 175 in Dölger, pr. ibid., pp. 31–2.
no. 212 in Dölger, pr. ibid., pp. 33–6.
pr. PG 94. 677 ff., as far as 777B1; ch. 101 περὶ Ἀγαρηνῶν is in a substantially different form. Attributed in MS. Epiphanius Cyprius.
pr. PG 86. 12 ff., breaking off at the words φόνον, Τιμοθέου, 44C6.
Ruling: 31 lines. Ruling type similar to Leroy 42C1q.
Two scribes. A wrote fols. 1r–48v, 57r–64v, 73r–97r, 102r–132v; B wrote fols. 97r–101r. Leaves 49–56, 65–72, 133–56 are replacements in a 15th-century hand. The original leaves 49–56 are now fols. 61–8 in Laurentianus 56. 13; the original leaves 65–72 are now in Leipzig, Univ.-Bibl. gr. 46 (cf. B, ‘Contents’, ad fin.).
MS. Barocci 173 - Part B (fols. 157-351)
pr. I. and P. Zepos, Ius graeco-romanum, Athens 1931, vol. v; on this MS. see p. 8 on no. 11.
The text is preceded by a diagram similar to that in MS. Vienna Hist. gr. 24, fol. 317r, accompanied by explanatory text.
capp. 1–23 § λθ, pr. Zepos, op. cit., vol. iv, pp. 276–415, breaking off at l. 4 of the section, τοῦτο ϲυμβαίνειν; on this MS. see p. 265.
collections of texts supplementary to item B1 above; in the symbols adopted by N.G. Svoronos, La synopsis maior des Basiliques et ses appendices, Paris 1964, they are as follows: A I; A II items 1–7; A III items 1–21; A IV items 1–3; ‘pièce ajoutée no. 33’ (see p. 58); A IV items 4–6.
In the lacuna before fol. 328, which is indicated also by an irregularity in the quire signatures, must have stood leaves 41–5 of Leipzig, MS. Univ.-Bibl. gr. 46 (cf. below, ‘Script’, A).
Ruling: 39–40 lines. Ruling type similar to Leroy 34C1.
One scribe, who wrote a fair quantity of marginalia.
Rubrication: initials and some titles in vermilion.