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The Latin New TestamentA Guide to its Early History, Texts, and Manuscripts$

H. A. G. Houghton

Print publication date: 2016

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Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198744733.001.0001

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(p.283) Appendix 1 Concordances of Manuscript Sigla

(p.283) Appendix 1 Concordances of Manuscript Sigla

Source:
The Latin New Testament
Author(s):

H.A.G. Houghton

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

A) Old Latin

The traditional system of sigla for Old Latin witnesses was developed in Tischendorf’s editions of the New Testament, culminating in his eighth edition (Editio octava maior) of 1869–72. This uses lower-case letters, sometimes with superscript or subscript numerals. The alphabetical series was adopted for Latin evidence in subsequent editions of the Greek New Testament, including NA28 and UBS5. It is also found in the Jülicher-Matzkow-Aland Itala editions of the Old Latin Gospels (see Chapter 6, pages 125–7). The major drawback is that the series begins afresh for each portion of the New Testament: witness ‘e’ in the Gospels is not the same as witness ‘e’ in Acts or witness ‘e’ in the Pauline Epistles. To avoid confusion, the Vetus Latina register assigns each manuscript a unique number.

Because of the overlap between alphabetical sigla, it is necessary to provide an indication of the scope of each (the books of the New Testament for which they are generally cited). The abbreviations are as follows: e=Gospels; a=Acts; p=Paul; c=Catholic Epistles; r=Revelation. The † suffix indicates that the witness is missing (or only cited in) one or more books within that scope.

For the sake of completeness, sigla are also given from Fischer’s collation of gospel manuscripts (Fischer 1988–91; see pages 124–5 above), and the Oxford Vulgate (pages 129–31).

As the manuscripts are presented in the Vetus Latina order in Chapter 10, the table below is ordered by the alphabetical sigla. Greek letters appear in the sequence of their transliterated equivalent. A few rows have been duplicated in order to ensure that alphabetical order is broadly maintained in all columns.

NA28

UBS5

Tischendorf

Itala

Fischer

Oxford Vulgate

Vetus Latina

Other

Scope

a

ita

a

a

Xa

a

3

Verc.

e

a2

ita2

a2

a2

Xn

a2

16

cur.

e†

ambrescr

AM Lc

e†

ar

itar

Hd

D

61

arm.

pr (NA); acpr (UBS); eapcr (VgO)

aur

itaur

aur

Ea

aur

15

holm.

e

b

itb

b

b

Xb

b

4

Veron.

e

b

itb

89

p

β‎

itβ‎

β‎

26

e†

c

itc

c

c

Xc

c

6

Colb.

e (NA); ea (UBS)

itcomp

109

compl1

p

d

itd

d

d

Xd

d

5

Bez.

eac†

d

itd

d

d

75

Claro.

p

δ‎

δ‎

27

δ

e

itdem

demid

dem

59

dem.

ap

itdiv

div

div.

pcr

Ed

durmach

durm.

e

e

ite

e

e

Xe

e

2

Palat.

e

e

ite

e

e

50

laud.

a

e

e

76

germ.

p

f

itf

f

f

Jg

f

10

Brix.

e

f

itf

f

f

78

Aug.

p

ff

itff

ff

ff

66

Corb.

c†

ff1

itff1

ff1

ff1

Xo

ff1

9

Corb.

e†

ff2

itff2

ff2

ff2

Xf

ff2

8

Corb.

e

g

itg

g

g

77

Boern.

p

g1

itg1

g1

g1

Pg

g1, G

7

germ./sang.

e†

g2

Bg

g2

29

germ./sang.

e

g2

g2

52

a

gat

Bt

gat

30

gat.

e

gig

itgig

g

gig

51

gig.

ar (NA, UBS); ear (VgO)

gue

itgue

gue

gue

79

guelf.

p†

h

ith

h

h

Xh

h

12

Claro.

e†

h

ith

reg

h

55

ac†r

haf

r

z

itz

harl

Z

65

harl.

p†c† (NA); p†c†r (UBS, VgO)

aur

itaur

aur

Ea

aur

15

holm.

e

i

iti

i

i

Xi

i

17

Vind.

e†

j

itj

z

j

Xj

j

22, 22A

Sarz.

e†

k

itk

k

k

Xk

k

1

Bob.

e†

l

itl

l

l

Xl

l

11

Rehd.

e

l

itl

67

leg.

ac†

Sl

91, 133

leg2

eapcr

92

leg3

eapcr

λ‎

itλ

λ‎

44

e†

m

itmon

86

p†

m

m

PS-AU spe

spec.

eapcr

μ‎

itμ

μ‎

45

e†

μ‎

itμ

82

p†

n

itn

n

n

Xn

n

16

e†

o

ito

o

o

o

16

e†

ito

PEL

see note1

p

p

itp

p

p

Xp

p

20

e†

p

itp

p

54

a (NA, UBS); ac (VgO)

p

p

80

p†

itph

63

a†

π‎

itπ

π‎

Xw

18

e†

itφ

Xp

43

e†

q

itq

q

q

Xq

q

13

mon.

e

r

itr

57

a

r

itr

r, r2, r3

r

64

frising.

p†

r

itq

q

r

64

frising.

c†

r1

itr1

r

r1

Xr

r1

14

Uss.

e

Hg

r2

28

Uss.2

e

itro

R

62

a

ρ‎

itρ

ρ‎

24

e†

ρ‎

itρ

88

p†

s

its

s

s

Xs

s

21

e†

s

its

s

s

53

ac†

its

87

p†

itsa

60

a

sin

itsin

74

ar

t

itt

t

t

Xt

t

19

Bern.

e†

t

itt

t

56

apcr

v

itv

v

81

see note2

p†

itv

v

v

Xv

v

25

Vind.

e†

w

itw

58

a

w

itw

gue lect

Gw

32

c†

x1

O

a

x2, laud

O

p

z

itz

harl

Z

65

harl.

p†c† (NA); p†c†r (UBS, VgO)

23

23

e†

Hm, Hn

35

mull.

e†

Jc

33

e†

Xu

41

e†

(p.284) (p.285)

B) Vulgate

As noted in the Preface, overlaps between sigla in the two principal editions of the Vulgate have led to the creation of a single reference scheme. This is given in the first column below (LNT). The Stuttgart and Oxford Vulgate are both listed, as are sigla from Fischer’s collation and Tischendorf’s eighth edition (see above). Vetus Latina sigla are included when applicable. Common appellations of the manuscripts are also (p.286)

LNT

Oxford (VgO)

Stuttgart (VgS)

Fischer

Tischendorf

Vetus Latina

Other

Name

Scope

Vg A

A

A

Na

am

A

am.

Amiatinus

eapcr

VgOe B

B

Eb

Bigotianus

e†

VgS Φ‎B

B

Φ‎B

-

apc

VgS B

B

ΓΑ

Abiascensis

l

VgO BF

e

Vg C

C

C

Sc

cav

189

cav.

Cavensis

eapcr (VgO), eaprl (VgS)

VL 61

D

D

Hd

61

arm.

Armagh, Ardmachanus

eapcr (VgO), l (VgS)

VgS D

durmach

D

Ed

durm.

Durrow, Durmachensis

e

VgOe E

E

Be

mm

mm.

Egerton

e

VgOp E

E

p

VgO EP

Ge

Epternachensis

eapcr

Vg F

F

F

Jf

fu, fuld

F

fuld.

Fuldensis

eapcrl

VL 7

G, g1

G

Pg

g1

7, G

g1

Sangallensis

eapcr

VgO H

H

Θ‎H

hub.

Hubertianus

eapcr

VgOe I

I

Ai

ing

Ingolstadiensis

e

VgS I

I

I

I

Vallicellianus

acr

VgO J

J

Jj

for

J

Forojuliensis

e

VgS Φ‎G

K

Φ‎G

Φ‎G

Grandv.

Karolinus, Grandivallensis

eapcr

VgS K

K

p

VgSp k

k

J

p

VgSc k

k

c†

VgOe L

L

Hl

lich.

Lichfield, Llandaff, Chad

e†

VgOp L

L

L

Langobardus

p

VgOc L

L

lem.

Lemovicensis

c

VL 251

L

Gl

lux

251

Luxoviense

c

VL 67

l

67

ap

VgS M

M

M

Jm

Mediolanensis

e

VgOa M

M

Monacensis

a

VgOpM

M

M

M

Frisingensis

p (VgO), l (VgS)

VgOMT ਃ

Ot

mt, mart

mt.

Martini Turonensis

e

VgO N

N

p

VgS N

N

Jn

e

VgOe O

O

Jo

bodl

St Augustine

e

VgOa O

O

x1

Oxoniensis

a

VgOp O

O

laud

Laudianus

p

VgOc O

O

Oxoniensis

c

VgOr O

O

Oxoniensis

r

VgOe P

P

Jp

pe, per

Perusinus

e

VgOp P

P

long.

Langobardus

p

VgS P

P

Jy

e

VgO Q

Q

Hq

ken.

Kells, Kenanensis

e

VgS Q

Q

Γ‎C

l

VgOe R

R

Hr

rush.

Rushworth, MacRegol

e

VL 62

R

62

Rosas

a

VgSp R

R

R

R

Reginensis

p

VgSc R

R

R

c

VgS r

r

J

ac†r

VgOe S

S

Ns

ston.

Stonyhurst, Cuthbert

e

VgSe S

S

Js

san

sang.

Sangallensis

e

VgSe s

s

Jr

e

VgSar S

S

S

a (VgO), ar (VgS)

VgOp S

S

E

p

VgSp S

S

S

p

VgSp s

s

I

p

VgSc S

S

S

c

VgO T

T

St

tol

Σ‎T

tol.

Toletanus

eapcr

VgOe U

U

Nu

Ultratraiectina

e

VgOa U

U

ulm

σ‎U

Ulmensis

apcr

VgS Φ‎V

V

Φ‎V

Cv

vallic

Φ‎V

vall.

Vallicellianus

eapcr

VgO W

W

Ω‎W

Sarisburiensis

eapcr

VgO X

X

Jx

CCCC

St Augustine

e

VgO Y

Y

Ny

lind.

Lindisfarne

e

VgS Z

Z

Z

Jz

harl

Harleianus

e

VL 65

Z

65

pcr

VgO Δ‎

Δ‎

Nd, Ne, Nf

dunelm.

Dunelmensis

e

VgO Θ‎

Θ‎

Om

Θ‎M

theod.

Theodulfianus

eapcr

VgO Π‎

Π‎

Parisinus

r

VgO Σ‎

Σ‎

Triveriensis

r

VL 91

Λ‎

Sl

91, Λ‎L

leg2

Legionensis

eapcrl

VgS Φ‎B

B

Φ‎B

apc

VgS Φ‎E

Φ‎E

Te

Φ‎E

p†

VgS Φ‎G

K

Φ‎G

Φ‎G

Grandv.

Karolinus, Grandivallensis

eapcr

VgS Φ‎T

Φ‎T

Tt

Φ‎T

eapcr

VgS Φ‎V

V

Φ‎V

Cv

vallic

Φ‎V

vall.

Vallicellianus

eapcr

(p.287) (p.288) (p.289) included in the ‘Name’ column. In addition to the ‘Scope’ references used in the Old Latin table above, l refers to the Epistle to the Laodiceans, only present in the Stuttgart Vulgate.

As the manuscripts are presented in Chapter 10 in alphabetical order of siglum in the Stuttgart Vulgate, the table below is ordered by the Oxford Vulgate, with Greek letters appearing at the end of the sequence. As with the table above, a few rows have been duplicated for ease of reference. (p.290)

Notes:

(1) In UBS5, ito in the Pauline Epistles indicates the lemma text of Oxford, Balliol College, MS 157 (see page 40 above).

(2) In NA28, the siglum t denotes the printed edition of the Liber Comicus rather than any single manuscript.