Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 3

Notes préparatoires, publiées ici à la demande de la Bibliotheca Bodmeriana. Notice complète à paraître dans : Patrick Andrist, Catalogue des manuscrits grecs de la Bibliotheca Bodmeriana (parution prévue en 2012).

Handschriftentitel: Aeschylus, Persae
Entstehungszeit: S. XV (fin).
Frühere Signatur: olim Phillipps 3086; olim Drury 140; olim Meerman 4.296; olim Claromontanus 302
Beschreibstoff: Papier
Umfang: (2) 37 (16+2).
Format: 210 x 143 mm
Seiteneinrichtung: 1 col. – 13 lignes.
Inhaltsangabe:
  • 1. f. 1r-v Aeschyli Persarum hypothesis, cum argumento, didascalia et indice personarum.
    • Sine tit. Inc. Γλαῦκος ἐν τοῖς περὶ Αἰσχύλου μύθοις. – Postea Ποτνιεῖ Προμηθεῖ – Deinde ἰστέον ὅτι τοῦ Ξέρξου πατὴρ μὲν ἦν. – Infra Δαρεῖον εἶναι γράφουσιν. – Deinde τὰ τοῦ δράματος πρόσωπα. – Des. προλογίζει χορὸς γερόντων.
    • Ed. O. Dähnhardt, Scholia in Aeschyli Persas, Leipzig 1894, Teubner, p. 2, 6, 8;
    • vide cod. G, = Wolfenbüttel, Gudian. 88 (=4275);
    • D. & J. Harlfinger, J. A. M. Sonderkamp, Griechische Handschriften und Aldinen, Eine Ausstellung anlässlich der XV. Tagung der Mommsen-Gesellschaft der Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, 16.5-29.6, 1978, Wolfenbüttel 1978, p. 77-79.
  • 2. f. 2r-37r sup. Aeschylus: Persae.
    • Sine tit. – Inc. Τάδε μὲν Περσῶν τῶν οἰχομένων. – Des. πέμψω τοί σε δυσθρόοις γόοις. – Variae lectiones nonnunquam cum cod. G congruunt.
  • 3. f. 37r inf. versus tres dodecasyllabi de Xerxe.
    ὁ γῆν θαλασσῶν περσικωτάτῳ θράσει,
    καὶ χωματῶν θάλασσαν ὡς φυσσῶν [!] μόγα,
    τοῖς Ἀττικοῖς ἄθυρμα δείκνυται Ξέρξης.
Entstehung der Handschrift: Manuscrit tiré d’un volume divisé en quatre parties, dont faisaient partie les Bodmeriani 3 et 64, cf. Sosower, A Greek Codex .
Bibliographie:
  • Bibliotheca Meermanniana sive Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum et codicum manuscriptorum … quorum publica fiet auctio die vii sqq. Junii anni MDCCCXXIV, 4 t., Den Haag [1824]. – Cf. t. 4, p. 46 n. 296;
  • Catalogue of Forty-two Manuscripts of the 7th to the 17th century from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872). The property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust. Days of Sale: Tuesday 25 November 1969…, Bibliotheca Phillippica, Medieval Manuscripts, n. s. 3, London 1967. – Cf. p. 91-92, lot 116;
  • Catalogue of Manuscripts on Papyrus, Vellum and Paper of the 13th century B. C. to the 18th century A. D. From the Celebrated Collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872). 25 November 1969, Bibliotheca Phillippica, Medieval Manuscripts, n. s. 5, London 1969. – Cf. p. 85-86, lot 474;
  • Catalogue of Manuscripts on Papyrus, Vellum and Paper of the 7th century to the 18th century from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872). The property of the Trustees… Tuesday, 30th November 1971…, Bibliotheca Phillippica, Medieval Manuscripts, n. s. 6, London 1971. – Cf. p. 91-92, lot 519;
  • Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum in bibliotheca D. Thomae Phillipps, Bart., Middle-Hill 1837. Réimpr. avec intro. de A. N. L. Munby, Londres 1968. – Cf. p. 35, n° 3086 (première occurrence);
  • Clement F., Oudard-Feudrix De Bréquigny Louis-Georges, Catalogus manuscriptorum codicum collegii Claromontani, Paris 1764, «apud Saugrin … Leclerc». – Cf. p. 96;
  • Schenkl Heinrich, Bibliotheca patrum latinorum Britannica, t. IV-V, = Die Bibliothek des verstorbenen Sir Thomas Philipps (!) in Cheltenham. Sitzungsber. der Kaiser. Akad. der Wiss. Wien, Philos.-hist. Kl. 126, Wien 1892, Abh. 6: 127, 1892, Abh. 9. – Cf. Abh. 6, p. 56 n. 3086;
  • Smyth Herbert Weir, Catalogue of the Manuscripts of Aeschylus, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 44, Cambridge (MA) 1933, p. 4-62. – Cf. p. 4 n. 11;
  • Sosower Marc L., A Greek Codex of Sir Thomas Phillipps Once in the Clermont Library, Syllecta Classica 2, Iowa City (Ia.) 1990, p. 95-102;
  • Studemund Wilhelm, Cohn Leopoldus, Codices ex Bibliotheca Meermanniana Phillippici graeci nunc Berolinenses, Die Handschriften-Verzeichnisse der königlichen Bibliothek zu Berlin 11, t. 1 (codd. 1-241), Berlin 1890. – Cf. p. xxiv n. 2;
  • Turyn Alexander, The Manuscript Tradition of the Tragedies of Aeschylus, New York 1943, p. 120.