DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/MCLM.5.12571

Salmos 32:11-36:7 y 78:25-81:2: nuevos fragmentos de la Biblia castellana romanceada del monasterio de Santa María de la Sisla


Abstract


The study of archival collections from medieval religious orders has made it possible to locate a second fragment of a
medieval Spanish Bible, from the Hieronymian monastery of Santa María de la Sisla (Toledo). It is a bifolia from the book
of Psalms that belonged to the same codex as the recently identified Ezekiel fragment (=S1). In this article the finding is
reported, the liber tradens is described, specifying its meaning and value to ensure monastery rents, the fragments that it
transmits are given: part of a bifolia in parchment of the s. XIII and biblical bifolia that serves as cover, focusing especially
on the description of this second fragment (= S2). Next, the relationships between S2 and Esc. I-I-3 are examined, a
filiation hypothesis and, finally, a palaeographic transcription of the text are offered.


Keywords


Medieval Spanish Bible translations; translations; fragments; textual criticism; codicology; Hieronymites; Santa María de la Sisla monastery

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