For ease of identification, I have assigned each comment from Rashi and the Gloss a unique number. (This numbering system was suggested by Mark Zier in conversation.) I have numbered the comments as (verse number). (comment number). So, for example, Rashi’s second comment on the first verse of Genesis 22 is comment 1.2. For Gloss comments, I have added an i for interlinear glosses and an m for marginal comments. Comment 3.2i would thus be the second interlinear gloss on verse three of Genesis 22. Because this study is on Genesis 22, I have often omitted the chapter number, so the full citation of comment 3.2i should be understood to be 22.3.2i Here I have omitted the chapter number as unnecessary.
Gloss numberings follow Codex Admontensis 251 (manuscript A), to make it possible to find my references in the attached edition. This is even the case when A is nonrepresentative. For example, the comment by Al. cuin that begins caritatis admonitione is identified throughout as 2.1i, even though it is marginal in almost all manuscripts aside from A.
For ease of identification, I have bolded all biblical verses.