Psalterium 6134

Origin Spain (ES)
Genre Psalter (Office)
Age 1059
Shelfmark of library BU Salamanca, Ms. 2668 (olim Madrid, Real Palacio 2. J. 5)
Catalogue Gamber, 1968:0358
Remark Manuscript (4); Contains ninety-nine Canticles nearly agreeing with the Compostela Psalter. There is a formula of confession, in which the names of Queen Sancia and the Infanta Urraca appear, and which contain an extraordinary list of sins. The manuscript belonged in the fourteenth century to the Benedictine monastery of St. Maria de Aniago near Simancas, which in 1436 became for a time a Mozarabic chapter (see Section I. HISTORY AND ORIGIN), then to the Colegio de Cuenca at Salamanca. It is fully described in Férotin's Deux Manuscrits wisigothiques. Catálogo de manuscritos de la Biblioteca Universitaria de Salamanca. II. Manuscritos 1680-2777 / Biblioteca Universitaria de Salamanca, Óscar Lilao Francia, Carmen Castrillo González. - Universidad de Salamanca, 2002. - ISBN: 8478008918 p. 274 in: