Manuscript Summary: Fewer than ten textual witnesses of Theodulf of Orléans’ († 821) version of the Vulgata have survived. Numerous fragments of such a 9th century Theodulf Bible from the collegiate church of St. Ursus in Solothurn, where it was cut up and used as binding material, have been preserved in the state archives of Solothurn and the central library of Solothurn. Virtual reunification of the fragments: [sine loco], codices restituti, Cod. 3 (Biblia Theodulfi Fragmenta). (hol)
Solothurn, Staatsarchiv, R 1.1.49
Parchment · 2 pp. · 23.4 x 30.6 cm · Eastern France? (Bernhard Bischoff, following Schönherr) · middle of the 9th century (Schönherr)
Biblia latina (Vulgata recensione Theodulfi). Fragmenta.
How to quote:
Solothurn, Staatsarchiv, R 1.1.49, p. 1 – Biblia latina (Vulgata recensione Theodulfi). Fragmenta. (https://www.e-codices.ch/en/list/one/staso/R0001-0001-0049)