Germain St (2)
Manuscripts (CODICES SANK GERMANENSES), the name of two very ancient Latin MSS. of the N.T. (usually designated as g1 and g2), so called from having formerly been in the library of the Benedictine monastery of St. Germain des Pres at Paris, partially examined by Marteanay (whose citations were repeated by Blanchini), and afterwards throughout by Sabatier. — Tregelles, in Home's Introd. 4:238; Scrivener, Introd. page 257. SEE MANUSCRIPTS, BIBLICAL.