I'm currently carrying out research for a dictionary article surveying all the ancient Bible translations. There are some that almost certainly are not going to get into the article. These include the Sogdian version and the Middle Persian version. However, I thought I ought at least to find out what I could about them. I have come across some very nice looking pictures of a Middle Persian psalter here. On the same site we can also see some Sogdian Christian texts written in Syriac script. Not knowing any Sogdian (or Persian) I have not been able to see whether any of the texts are biblical ones. I'd be grateful for any enlightenment. If you look on the second line of the first picture here you may be able to make out the name 'George' [Gyorgis].
One further question: in his The Bible in the Syriac Tradition (2nd edn, p. 146) Sebastian Brock states that the Middle Persian version dates to the sixth century and that the Psalms preserved are 94-99, 118, and 121-36 (I'm presuming he's talking about Syriac Psalm numbers here). However, I cannot see how these numbers relate to the numbering of the images on the site. Are there two different Middle Persian psalters, or are the numbers on the site not the numbers of Psalms?