Scholia Latina, Arabica et in uulgari lingua ad Alphurcanum Mahumedis

BSB-Hss 7 (Corán de Bellús)

In: Medieval Encounters
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  • 1 Lecturer of Romance languages, Faculty of Cultural and Social Sciences, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
  • | 2 Honorary Professor, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
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The Cod. arab. 7 in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich, which contains a large number of glosses in Latin and Romance, is important because it is, together with the Qurʾān in Ms. BNF arabe 384 and Ms. A-5-2 in the Escuela de Estudios Árabes in Granada, one of the only three known copies of the Qurʾān in Arabic that also contains numerous Latin glosses. The Paris manuscript has a large corpus of Latin glosses, signed by Riccoldo de Montecroce, made with the help of a second Latin translation of the Qurʾān by Mark of Toledo in 1210. In addition, the Arabic Qurʾān in Ms. A-5-2, probably elaborated in Algeciras in al-Andalus in 1599, gives the names of the Suras 1–19 in Latin.

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