Manuscripts accessible online

D numbers refer to Franz Dolveck’s manuscript census in Prolegomena to Sidonius Apollinaris.


Avranches
D1 Municipal Library, 242: contains Carmina and Epistulae (second half 12th cent.).

Berlin
D3 National Library, Phillipps 1685: contains Carmina and Epistulae (c. 1200).

Clermont-Ferrand
D7 Municipal Library, 260: contains Epistulae (end 11th cent.).

Copenhagen
D8 Royal Library, Fabricius 91 4°: contains Epistulae and Carmen 1.1-12 (second half 12th cent).
Notice the announcement on David Porreca’s homepage (University of Waterloo): ‘“The Curious Commentators of MS Copenhagen, Fabricius 91 4°”. This project will involve the critical edition of the copious annotations to this early 13th-century manuscript whose annotated contents include Sidonius Apollinaris’ Letters, Apuleius’ De deo Socratis and the Asclepius attributed to Hermes Trismegistus’.

D9 Royal Library, GKS 30 2°: contains Epistulae (second half 12th cent.).

Erlangen
D37 University Library, MS 2112/7: new fragment of L (Oxford Laud. Lat. 104, see below) containing extracts from Carmina 7 and 9.
Discovered by Bernhard Bischoff (‘Die Hofbibliothek unter Ludwig dem Frommen’, in: J.G. Alexander and M.T. Gibson (eds), Medieval Learning and Literature: Essays Presented to Richard William Hunt, Oxford, 1976, 3-22).

Florence
D13 Medicean Library, Laur. plut. 45.23 (T): contains Carmina and Epistulae (12th century).

D14 Medicean Library, Laur. plut. 45.26: contains Carmina and Epistulae (second half 12th cent.)
On f. 1, there is a nice title miniature which features Sidonius writing (see the Gallery page).

D15 Medicean Library, Plut. 90 sup. 8: contains Carmina (fragm.) and Epistulae (c. 1489/90).

D16 Medicean Library, S. Marco 554 (M): contains Carmina and Epistulae (second half 11th cent.).

London
D86 British Library, Add. 34652: ff. 11-12 fragment of Epistulae Book 1.

Madrid
D25 National Library, 9448 (formerly Ee. 102 and F. 150) (C): contains Carmina and Epistulae (second half 11th cent.).

Montpellier
D31 Interuniversity Libary, H 541: contains Epistulae (second half 12th cent.).

D90 Interuniversity Libary, H 145: ff. 102v-104v. contain Ep. 4.2 (by Claudianus Mamertus), 4.3, 4.11, and 5.2 (c. 1170).

Munich
D32 Bavarian State Library, Lat. 70: contains Epistulae (c. 1460).

Oxford
D37 Bodleian Library, Laud. lat. 104 (L): contains Epistulae (first half 11th cent.).
See Erlangen above.

Paris
D43 National Library, Lat. 2781 (P): contains Epistulae (end 10th cent.).

D44 National Library, Lat. 2782: contains Carmina and Epistulae (second half 12th cent.).

D46 National Library, Lat. 2784: contains Epistulae (early 13th cent.).

D47 National Library, Lat. 3477: contains Epistulae (second half 12th cent.).

D49 National Library, Lat. 9551 (F): contains Carmina and Epistulae (13th cent.).

D52 National Library, Lat. 18584 (N): contains Epistulae (10th cent.).

D97 National Library, Lat. 2191: ff. 186-187v contain Ep. 1.8, 6.11, and 1.2 (15th cent.).

D99 National Library, Lat. 8071: ff. 58-60 contain Ep. 1.8, 6.11, and 1.2 (second half 9th cent.).

D100 National Library, Lat. 8544: ff. 123v-125 contain Carm. 1, Ep. 5.7 and the contio from 7.9 (1389).

D102 National Library, Lat. 17903: ff. 138-145 contain extracts from the Epistulae (early 13th cent.).

Reims
D56 Municipal Library, 413 (R): contains Epistulae (9th cent.).

Sankt Gallen
D103 Abbey Library, 190: possibly the oldest surviving manuscript (early 9th cent.), containing a list of selected letters.
On this manuscript, which sheds light on the earliest transmission, see Dolveck in his Prolegomena chapter, n. 21, and Mathisen (1998) and (1999b).

Vatican City
D61 Vatican Library, Reg. lat. 166: contains Epistulae (late 12th cent.).

D62 Vatican Library, Reg. lat. 202: contains Epistulae (early 12th cent.).

D63 Vatican Library, Reg. lat. 203: contains Carmina and Epistulae (first half 12th cent.).

D64 Vatican Library, Reg. lat. 209: contains Epistulae (late 12th cent.).

D67 Vatican Library, Urb. lat. 649: contains Carmina (between 1470 and 1474).

D69 Vatican Library, Vat. lat. 1661: contains Carmina and Epistulae (late 12th/early 13th cent.).

D70 Vatican Library, Vat. lat. 1783 (V): contains Epistulae (10th/early 11th cent.).

D109 Vatican Library, Vat. lat. 1341: contains beginning of Ep. 4.25 (3rd quarter 9th cent.).

D110 Vatican Library, Vat. lat. 3269: contains extracts from the Carmina (late 15th cent.).

Vienna
D75 National Library, 3204: contains Epistulae (late 15th cent.).

D113 National Library, 277: contains various fragments (late 8th cent.).

Copenhagen Fabr. 91 f. 1r
Copenhagen Fabr. 91 f. 1r – Click to enlarge


Oxford Laud. Lat. 104 f. 2r
Oxford Laud. Lat. 104 f. 2r – Click to enlarge