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Notable Codices Sangallenses include:
- Codex Sangallensis 18 (0130 on the list Gregory-Aland) — fragments of the Gospels of Mark and Luke in Greek; 9th century
- Codex Sangallensis 22, the Golden Psalter of St. Gallen
- Codex Sangallensis 48 (037 on the list Gregory-Aland) — four Gospels in Greek with only one lacunae; 9th/10th century
- Codex Sangallensis 51 (48 on the list Beuron) — four Gospels in Latin; 8th century
- Codex Sangallensis 56 — Diatessaron in Latin; 9th century; copy of the Codex Fuldensis
- Codex Sangallensis 63 — manuscript of Vulgate
- Codex Sangallensis 190 — 12 letters of Ruricius
- Codex Sangallensis 878 — grammatical texts, including the Ars minor and Ars maior of Aelius Donatus, the grammar of Priscian, the Etymologiae of Isidore of Sevilla and the grammar of Alcuin
- Codex Sangallensis 907 — manuscript of Vulgate
- Codex Sangallensis 1395 — the oldest manuscript of Vulgate Gospels
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