Dio

Some of the Oldest and Best Manuscript Copies of Books 34-60, and the Only Surviving Abridged Manuscript

Copies of Books 60-80, of Roman History written by Dio in 207 to 229 C.E.

Books 34-60

Codex Marcianus (9th to 10th century C.E. copy) Gr. Z. 395; Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice.

Codex Laurentianus (10th century C.E. copy) Plut.70.8; Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence.

Link to Manuscript Online:

http://mss.bmlonline.it/s.aspx?Id=AWOIs-9uI1A4r7GxML1J&c=Dionis%20Historia%20sine%20principio#/oro/7

 

 

Codex Vaticanus (1439 C.E. copy) Vat. Gr. 144; Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City.

Books 60-80

 

Codex Vaticanus (5th to 6th century C.E. copy) Vat. Gr. 1288; Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City.

Link to Manuscript Online: (Books 78-79, incomplete)

https://digi.vatlib.it/view/MSS_Vat.gr.1288

Epitome of John Xiphilinus (15th century C.E. copy) Vat. Gr. 145; Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City.

 

(Only an Abridgement of Books 60-80, Not a Copy of the Complete Original Manuscript Text)

Epitome of John Xiphilinus (15th century C.E. copy) Grec. 132; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.

 

(Only an Abridgement of Books 60-80, Not a Copy of the Complete Original Manuscript Text)

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