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Before I list the latest 26 manuscripts digitized at the Vatican Library, I want to draw your attention to one of the helpful new features added this year to the digital portal. It is a means, omitted in the early days of the new portal, to link to individual pages. Here is how the feature works.

If you are looking at a codex page and need to quote it, click on the "i" in a white circle in the left navigation pane:

Scroll down to and down to "Page URL":

From here you only need to click the "COPY" button to get a usable link in your clipboard.

And now, the list of 26 new additions:
  1. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXV.fasc.123, page of a gospel?
  2. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXV.fasc.124,
  3. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXV.fasc.125,
  4. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXVI.fasc.126,
  5. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXVI.fasc.127,
  6. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXVI.fasc.128,
  7. Borg.copt.109.cass.XXVI.fasc.129,
  8. Reg.lat.203,
  9. Reg.lat.1120, Justinian Code, glossed, 13th century
  10. Reg.lat.1271, commentary on Avicenna's canon (HT to @monicaMedHist)
  11. Reg.lat.1291, Renaissance commentary on Aristotelean mechanics
  12. Reg.lat.1410, 10th-century classics manuscript with Virgil, Horace, Juvenal
  13. Reg.lat.1454, Seneca, Letters to Lucillium
  14. Reg.lat.1489, Lancelot du Lac, French
  15. Reg.lat.1559, early Renaissance compilation of Latin classics
  16. Reg.lat.1608,
  17. Reg.lat.1645.pt.1,
  18. Reg.lat.1645.pt.2,
  19. Reg.lat.1647,
  20. Reg.lat.1655, early Priscian, Institutiones grammaticae
  21. Reg.lat.1656,
  22. Reg.lat.1661,
  23. Reg.lat.1663,
  24. Reg.lat.1668,
  25. Reg.lat.1675, Horace, 11th-century?
  26. Urb.lat.1402, Fiore delle medicine, 15th-century Italian medical treatise (HT to @monicaMedHist)
This is Piggin's Unofficial List number 142. If you have corrections or additions, please use the comments box below. Follow me on Twitter (@JBPiggin) for news of more additions to DigiVatLib.

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