Lots of ballyhoo in the press, but it is remarkably difficult to find any actual manuscripts digitised by this project, paid for by Leonard Polonsky (to whom all kudos), between the Vatican and the Bodleian libraries.
Anyway, the Greek manuscripts to be digitised are listed here:
The tiny number that have been done so far are linkable. Here are the mss that have been done:
- Bodleian MS. Auct. T. inf. 2.1 – Fragment of Genesis (10th c.) A page listing the contents of these mss is here; do a find for “inf.” to locate the entry .
- Bodleian MS. Barocci 235 – Catena on the Psalms (9th c.) A page listing the contents of the Barroci mss is here.
- Vatican Reg. gr. 1A – Old Testament (10th c.)
- Vatican Reg. gr. 1B – Old Testament (10th c.)
The Vatican mss have a table of contents of what is in the manuscript, which is helpful.
The Bodleian seem to intend to do their Barocci manuscripts – mostly miscellaneous stuff, probably containing goodies since accessing them was always a pain. That is rather a good idea.
Soberingly the Bodleian library is still ripping off scholars for reproductions. They charged one poor scholar £200 (300 USD) for images of one Arabic manuscript recently, and bound him by fearsome threats to share the output – delivered as digital images – with nobody.