MS. Barocci 215
Summary Catalogue no.: 215
A, B 13th cent. (?)
MS. Barocci 215 - Part 1
Said to be pr. C. Simonides, Ὀρθοδόξων Ἑλλήνων θεολογικαὶ γραφαί, 2nd ed., London 1865, pp. 1–39.
Ruling: 26–34 lines, ruling type Leroy 00C1.
One rather untidy hand; marginal indications of contents.
Rubrication: simple penwork ornament on fol. 1r.
MS. Barocci 215 - Part 2
Fols. 15-30 are palimpsest; the earlier text was a set of erotapokriseis.
Last few lines of a legal text dealing with regulations for building houses (not = Basilica 58. 11. 10, Attaleiates 34, Procheiron Auctum 38).
the first seven questions and answers of the recension pr. A. Pavlov, Vizantikskij Vremennik ii (1895), pp. 167–72; Pavlov knows the Barocci MS. only from Coxe, see p. 161 n. 3; it does not contain the comments of Blastares. On the doubtful authorship see BZ v (1896), pp. 248–9.
pr. PG 100. 852
Cp. Barocci 131 fol. 340v.
A different recension of the work pr. A. Pavlov, Vizantikskij Vremennik ii (1895), pp. 381–7. On authorship see BZ v (1896), pp. 249–50.
In the recension pr. G.A. Rhallis–M. Potlis, Ϲύνταγμα τῶν θείων καὶ ἱερῶν κανόνων, vol. iv, Athens 1854. This MS. contains only qq. 1–15, 17–20, 54, pr. pp. 447–60, 460–4, 487–8. A leaf missing between fols. 16 and 17 contained parts of qq. 9–10, p. 454 seven lines from the bottom ἀποξενωθέντων as far as p. 456 eight lines from the bottom διοριϲθεῖϲιν ἑπόμενοι.
pr. L. Sgouta ap. I. and P. Zepos, Ius graeco-romanum, vol. vii, Athens 1931, pp. 420–3. This MS. has many variant readings and the text is longer at the end.
two leaves, not consecutive, from a series of short notes on a wide variety of topics in civil law; the text on fol. 30 mainly concerns witnesses.
Ruling: 27–8 lines, ruling type Leroy 00C1.
B: One hand.
Rubrication: initials in faded carmine. Simple penwork ornament.