Some time ago I posted a query on academia.edu about places to find freely accessible digitized Georgian manuscripts,* and someone — thanks to შოთა გუგუშვილი! — finally gave an answer with this link from Gallica:
This link points to nine manuscripts, all cataloged and all with quality color images: one may view or download the books. There is a Gospel book, Chrysostom, a synaxarion, four hymnbooks, and a catechism. For full details, see the descriptions available on the site, but here’s a précis for each one:
- Catechism (BnF géo 2), 18th c.
- Synaxarion for Oct. 16 to the beg. of March (BnF géo 4; olim arm. 25), 13th/14th c.
- Hymnbook for Lent (BnF géo 5), 11th/12th c.
- Hymnbook for March (BnF géo 6), 12th/13th c.
- Hymnbook for July (BnF géo 7), 12th c.
- Hymnbook for July (BnF géo 8), 12th c.
- John Chrysostom, Commentary on Matthew (BnF géo 9), 11th c.
- The Four Gospels (BnF géo 28), 13th c.
Included with these eight manuscripts in the search results is also a handwritten catalog of these manuscripts in Georgian by Ekvtime Taqaishvili (1863-1953) from 1933. While these manuscripts do not have the antiquity of some other collections (Sinai and Athos, for example), with the exception of the catechism and the modern catalog, these are nevertheless some old codices.
It seems that the BnF is continuing to add new manuscripts, so we may have even more to look forward to in the same place as time goes by. Many thanks to them for making these manuscripts available for study!
*That is, in addition to the Sinai manuscripts available through E-Corpus.