MS. Barocci 120
Summary Catalogue no.: 120
Euripides Early 14th cent.
cp. Suda Ε 3695.
hypothesis of the Hecuba
hypothesis of the Orestes (MS. title Electra).
hypothesis of the Phoenissae.
Glosses and scholia to all three plays.
pr. L. Levi, Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica x (1902), pp. 66 f.
Ruling: 21–3 lines. Ruling type a frame of outlines for areas of text and scholia. 185 × 85 mm.
Text written by six scholarly hands: A, fols. 1rv, 31rv, 110v–111r. B, fols. 2r–17r, = hand ‘e’ in MS. Coislin 169 (see the description by R. Deveresse, Le Fonds Coislin). C, fol. 17v. D, fols. 18r–31r, perhaps = ‘b’ in Coislin 169. E, fols. 32r–68v, = ‘f’ in Coislin 169, probably also to be seen in Vat. Urb. gr. 140. F, fols. 69v–109v, = ‘a’ in Coislin 169. Scribe E wrote at the top of fols. 32r and 35r θεοτόκε βοήθει μοι τῷ ἁμαρτωλῷ Ἰωάννῃ.
Binding of blind-stamped brown leather, early 18th cent.