You are here:Home/Resources/ Manuscripts-on-Microfilm Database/ Search the Database/ Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, gr. 1292

Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, gr. 1292


Additional Information

  • Appr. Date: 15th c. (15th c.)
  • Genres: Religious misc.
  • Illustrations: No


BnF Ancien fonds: Codex parisinus græcus 1292 (Medicianus-Regius 2958; olim 2282; olim mmlxvii; [olim 2502?]).  Paper, fifteenth century, 306 folios.  Patriarch Gennadius (incl. two books on the purging fire); Theophanes, metopolitan of Midia; Basil; Cicero's Dream of Scipio (TLG 4146.012); Psellus; Damascene; Theodoretus, &c.

For details, see Omont in Bibliography and Online Resources.

The scribe was Θεόδωρος Ἀγαλλιανός (Repert. der griech. Kopisten 1.126, 2.163, 3.208), for whom see the link "Sathas" in the Online Resources.

For Gennadius, a note at the beginning refers the reader to cod. 2963 (an olim number?).

Fol. 121v  There seems to be, or to have been, a scholium in the lower-lefthand corner, but from our film WEST.PARI.1.33 (which is generally clear enough, incl. this page), it looks like it has faded out and left only dots.  Other marginalia show up clearly.

261r-262r  Psellus, Ἑρμηνεία τοῦ ὑπάτου περὶ τῶν τοῦ σώματος μερῶν (Omont "Expositio vocabulorum humani corporis partes significantium"; Iter Psellianum no. 1035 (CET.DISC.16; pp. 419-421)). Cf. Parisini grr. 1289, 1292, 1630, 2224 and 2419 (in this last one Omont calls it "Hippocratis fragmentum").  The most recent edition of this (at least by the time of Moore's writing) is that of Sathas, σελίδες νβʹ-νγʹ · our link "Psellus: edition" in Online Resources goes to that page.