Codex Fuldensis

The Codex Fuldensis (Victor Codex) is currently being held at the Hochschul- und Landesbibliothek Fulda as Bonifatianus 1 [2, p256]. It’s dated by its colophon to the mid-6th century (542-6) AD when Victor, Bishop of Capua, is believed to have overseen its construction [1, p535], [3, p78].

Provenance:

745? – Boniface gave the codex to the monastic library in Fulda [3, p78].

15th or 16th century? – It was bound with new binding [3, p157].

1868 – Ernst Ranke was the first to publish and accurately describe it (Marburg, 1868) [1, p535].

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References:

[1] – Andrew Edward Breen’s “A General and Critical Introduction to the Study of Holy Scripture” (1897). Accessed 17 July 2020.

[2] – https://library.oapen.org/bitstream/id/9ffab81d-8391-4bbb-9811-6159a9183053/626900.pdf. Accessed 22 July 2020.

[3] – https://archive.org/details/notesontheearlyh00chapuoft/page/78/mode/2up. Accessed 22 July 2020.

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