Fulda Manuscript

Fulda Manuscript

(Codex Fuldensis), one of the best copies of the early Latin version, containing the whole N.T., written by order of Victor, bishop of Capua, A.D. 546, and now in the Abbey of Fulda, in Hesse-Cassel. The Gospels are arranged in a kind of harmony. It was described by Schaunat (Vindemic Literariex Collectio, 1723, page 218), collated by Lachmann and Buttmann in 1839 for the Latin portion of the N.T., and has been edited by Ern. Ranke (Marb. 1867, 8vo) — Scrivener, Introd. page 264; Tregelles, in Horne's lntrod. 4:254. SEE LATIN VERSIONS.

 
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