Old Testament, 2 Kings 14:22-15:12


St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen, Cod. Sang. 46

Sandy Maillard, Fragmentarium, 2018, p. 1-2 (Not Printed)

General Information

Title: Old Testament, 2 Kings

Shelfmarks: Cod. Sang. 46

Material: Parchment

Script, Hands:

written in Winithar's style

General Remarks:

According to Anton von Euw, the fragment can be compared to Sang. 242 pp. 269-272 and Sang. 1398a pp. 1-8.

Original Condition

Page Height: 235 mm

Page Width: 160 mm

Height of Written Area: 200 – 210 mm

Width of Written Area: 135 – 140 mm

Number of Columns: 1

Width of Columns: 135 – 140 mm

Number of Lines: 22

Line Height: 4 – 6 mm



Current Condition

Dimensions: 240 x 170 mm


  • Content Item
    • Text Language: Latin
    • Title: Old Testament, 2 Kings
    • Content Description:

      Visible on the fragment is the second Book of Kings from the Old Testament, from 2 Kings 14:22 [pa]tribus suis to 15:12 generationem.

    • 1

Host Volume

Title: Bible (Ezek, minor prophets, Dan)

Date of Origin/Publication: 872-883

Place of Origin/Publication: St. Gall

Shelfmark: Cod. Sang. 46


Bible manuscript from the time of Hartmut, Vice-abbot ca. 850-872 and Abbot 872-883, containing books of the Old Testament (Ezekiel, Daniel and the minor prophets): one volume of the so-called "Kleine Hartmut-Bibel". Includes a malediction upon thieves by the owner.