Codex Corbiensis (ff or 66) is a book produced in the famous scriptorium of Corbie Abbey in the 9th century and is now held in the Russian National Library, Saint Petersburg (Q. v. I 39). The manuscript includes a copy of an Old Latin (or Vetus Latina) version of the Epistle of James, without lacunae.
See also 
- Novum Testamentum Graece (NA27).
Select bibliography 
- Medieval Manuscript Books from the 5th-15th Centuries — from the official site of the National Library of Russia.
- Zolotova, Ekaterina and Inna Mokretsova. West-European Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts from Moscow Collections. Moscow, 2003.
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