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A Catalogue of the Greek Manuscripts at the Walters Art Museum

Author(s): Georgi R. Parpulov


Source: The Journal of the Walters Art Museum, Vol. 62, A Catalogue of Greek Manuscripts at
the Walters Art Museum and Essays in Honor of Gary Vikan (2004), pp. 70-187
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A Catalogue
R.

GEORGI

of the Greek Manuscripts

PARPULOV

Abigail Quandt, Maria Mavroudi,

An

avid

collector

of books,

with contributions byNicolas


and]. H. Young

antiquities,

and

art,

./L Henry Walters


(1848-1931)
acquired nineteen
Greek manuscripts.1 The records of these purchases do not
is uncertain. Most
survive, so their precise chronology
the
and W.475
came,
W.353,
W.354,
present
probably,
or
Leo
from
the
bookseller
Olschki
separately
together,
in Florence.2 They form a sort of pendant to
(1861-1940)
the great collection of incunabula thatWalters bought from
in 1905: all three were produced
in Renaissance
texts
contain
all
of
Italy,
literary
primarily philological
In all these
decorated.
interest, none is prominently
are
rest
from
of
distinct
the
Walters'
Greek
respects, they
or
consists
which
of
illuminated
biblical
collection,
liturgical
from
texts, copied in the Greek East. Each manuscript

Olschki

(W.526 excepted) has an old label, now


a short, handwritten
with
kept separately,
description of its
contents and decoration. The
in
is
several different
writing

W520

toW535

hands, but always in French, which indicates thatWalters


on his annual visits to Paris. W525,
bought the books
W532,

the bookplate of L?on Gruel


a Parisian bookbinder and art dealer. Gruel's

and W.535

bear

(1841-1923),
son Paul (d. 1954) and was
shop remained active under his
most probably the seller of the other French-labeled volumes
aswell. W526 was
certainly purchased from the Byzantinist
in 1924 and
who
Thomas Whittemore
(1871-1950),
1930 sold to another Baltimore

collector, Robert Garrett


from the monastery
further
(1875-1951),
manuscripts
was
where W526
The
earlier provenance of
formerly kept.3
several other Greek codices in the collection is also known,
but that ofW522, W523, W525, W527, W528, W534,
remains obscure.
andW536
s
was
uninventoried at the time ofWalters' death
W.526
and was only subsequently
listed as "additional ms 11."
The rest of his Greek manuscripts
bear old shelfmarks,

at theWalters Art Museum


Oikonomidesf,

Guy Petherbridge, Chris Clarkson,

a
a
consisting of letter (G through J), Roman numeral, and
an Arabic
digit. These numbers show that Greek items
were not
grouped together and that volumes of different
formats (e.g., the present W522
andW523)
apparently
same shelf. To
from
the
occupied
surviving invoices,
judge
shelfmarks were not assigned in the order in which books
were acquired: for instance, the present W85, W.180,
and
all bought from Gruel in 1903, were respectively
W.302,
H.IV.25,
I.III.22, and Add. ms 26. By 1937, this old
inventory system had been supplanted by the current one,
introduced by Dorothy Miner
the first curator
(1904-73),
at theWalters.4 It is to her initiative also that
of manuscripts
the collection

owes

its latest Greek

acquisition, W.733.
The manuscripts'
scholarly cataloging started shortly
beforeWalters' death, when Seymour De Ricci (1881-1942)

listed them inApril 1931. In 1932-35, KennethW Clark


made detailed descriptions
of Greek New
(1898-1979)
Testament texts at theWalters. Most of the museum's Greek
codices were

included in the large Byzantine exhibition


in 1947 atThe Baltimore Museum of Art.
Miner
by
were
also shown in 1973 at Princeton, where Gary
Many
honored his teacher
Vikan, now director of theWalters,
Kurt Weitzmann
with an exhibition of illuminated Greek
mounted

manuscripts from American collections. A complete catalogue


of the Byzantine manuscripts
(excluding W.353, W.354,
andW.475, which, albeit written in Greek, were copied in
Italy)was conceived byMiner's successor Lilian M. C. Randall,
for the project Anthony
who
invited as collaborators
I have
Cutler and Nicolas Oikonomides
(1934-2000).
made ample use of notes left by the latter.Of exceptionally
that Chris Clarkson,
great help were also the descriptions
conservator of
former Walters'
and Guy
manuscripts,
Petherbridge made of the parchment
some of the Greek codices.

and bindings

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than codicology.5 De Ricci's census and the catalogue of


the 1947 exhibition are not specially cited in the individual

of the catalogue. If the text found in amanuscript differs to


some extent from the printed one, the corresponding reference
ispreceded by an ~. All measurements are given inmillimeters.
This catalogue was written over my term as a Carol
of Manuscripts
Bates fellow at theWalters' Department

references for catalogue items. As they provide overviews


of the collection by succinctly listing most of its contents,
I draw the reader's attention to them all at once:

and Rare Books, where Abigail Quandt, William


Noel,
Cathleen Fleck, Lynn Ransom, andMartina Bagnoli provided
text benefited
me with constant and
unfailing advice. The

S. DE

gready from the careful proofreading of Angeliki Kokkinou,


Deborah Horowitz, andWilliam Noel. I undertook catalogue
at the
related research with the help of Elisaveta Musakova
National Library of Bulgaria (Sofia), Aikatherina Kourdouli

at
The present catalogue covers all Greek manuscripts
and
the museum, except for the three papyriW.516, W517,
which fall within the domain of papyrology rather
W519,

RICCI,

Manuscripts
(New York,
E. DOVE,

and Renaissance
Census ofMedieval
in the United States and Canada

and
1:757-61; cf. E. burin
"Manuscripts in theWalters Art Gallery:
A Concordance,"
Journal of theWalters Art Gallery
1935),

49/50 (1991/92): 83-96, esp. 89f. and 96;


at
Early Christian and Byzantine Art: An Exhibition Held
The Baltimore Museum
ofArt, exh. cat.,Walters Art
Gallery (Baltimore, 1947), 135-49.
For New Testament manuscripts, which form the bulk of the
I cite the numbers

Greek collection,
are listed by:
they

Walters'

under which

Library of Greece (Athens), Agammemnon


Maria
Tselikas,
Politi, and Maria Litina at the Pal?ographie
Archive of the Cultural Foundation of the National Bank of
(Athens), Aikatherina Katsarou at the Patriarchal
and Father
of Patristic Studies (Thessaloniki),
am
at
I
especially grateful
Vatopedi (Mount Athos).
Philippos
to the brotherhood
and abbot of the last mentioned

Greece

Institute

for their great hospitality and kindness.


monastery
I ask any reader who might find the catalogue useful to
note that it isdedicated to thememory of my beloved
grand
father, Konstantin Tzitzelkov (1912-2003). R?ynaa n<MrfeTiJ

K. ALAND,

Kurzgefasste Liste der griechischen


Handschriften desNeuen Testaments, 2nd ed.
(Berlin and New York,

at the National

1994).

should also be made of the following two


Special mention
valuable reference works that are not cited in the catalogue:
s.

voicu

j.

ands.

I.M.A.G.E.S.:

Baltimore, Maryland

d'ALISERA,

NOTES
in

Index

manuscriptorumgraecorum

edita specimina (Rome, 1981), 192-94.


et des
J.-M. OLIVIER,
R?pertoire des biblioth?ques
manuscrits
Richard
de
de
Marcel
grecs
catalogues
(Turnhout,

Walters Art Museum

1995),

135f.

systems and types of ruling for parchment manuscripts


are identified as in:

The

1.On
William

the history ofWalters'


and Henry Walters:

his manuscripts
Manuscripts

in particular: L. M. C Randall, Medieval


and Renaissance
in theWalters Art Gallery (Baltimore,
1989), I:xi-xiv.

2. On Leo Olschki,

see C.

I:La librer?a antiquaria

Taglieferri, Olschki: Un sec?lodi editoria 1886?1986,


?ditriceLeo S. Olschki(1886-1945)
(Florence, 1986).

seeW.

3. On Whittemore,

SAUTEL, R?pertoire de r?glures dans lesmanuscrits


grecs surparchemin (Turnhout, 1995) [=Bibliolog?a, 13].

J.-H.

in general, seeW R Johnston,


Collectors (Baltimore,
1999). On

art collection
the Reticent

L. MacDonald,

The Dictionary
of Art, vol. 33,
with bibliography;
R Labrusse

"Whittemore,

ed. J. Turner
and N.

1996),

"Naissance

Podzemskaia,

in

Thomas,"

(New York,

15 If.,
d'une

aux sources de la carri?re


de Thomas Whittemore,"
byzantine
now at
On Garrett's Greek manuscripts,
DOP
54 (2000):
43-69.
see S. Kotzabassi
Princeton
and N. P. Sevcenko,
University
Library,
vocation:

The

position of quire signatures and pagination


is indicated as follows:
S(upra)
/-

e-

internal
external

numbers

- bottom
of the page;
top of the page, /(nfra)
page
page

corner,

mid-margin,

corner;

[for quire signatures]


1 - first page of the quire, 2 - first and last pages
of the quire, 3
last page of the quire.6
In the descriptions,

abbreviated

references are given to all


and miniatures

of the illumination

published photographs
(references to color photographs aremarked in bold) and to
not cited in the
the principal editions of text passages. When
references
after
the
the
full tides of such
respective entry,
special
are listed in the
at the end
publications
general bibliography

Greek Manuscripts

at Princeton: A
Descriptive

Catalogue

see "InMemoriam:

Dorothy

4. On Dorothy Miner,
theWalters Art Gallery
5. G. Malz,

35

(1977):

(Princeton,
Miner,"

in press).
Journal

of

v-vii.

"Three Papyri of Dioscoros

at theWalters

Art Gallery," American

Journal ofPhilology 60 (1939): 170-77; E. Heintsch, Die griechischen


der r?mischen Kaiserzeit (G?ttingen,
1961 ) [=Abhandlungen
Dkhterfragment
in G?ttingen,
der Akademie der Wissenschaften
Klasse,
Phiblogbch-historische
Ser. Ill, 49], 1:138, no. xlii, 8; R A. Pack, The Greek and Latin Literary Texts
from

Greco-Roman

Egypt,

2nd

ed. (Ann Arbor,

1965),

38, nos. 352-53.

6. This convention
for indicating
the position
of quire signatures was
in A. D. Komin?s,
first applied
Patmiak?
vivlioth?k? ?toi neos katalogos
tesHieras Mon?s
t?n
I?annou tou Theologou
Hagiou
cheirograph?n k?dik?n
Patmou
(Athens,
1988).

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W.353

LETTERS

OF

i+44+i

folios,

Parchment,
Text:

PHALARIS
150 x 102 mm,

ekigtoXol?

Ooc^api?o?

second quarter of the fifteenth

{cf. Hercher,

Epistolographigraeci,

century,

Italy

[If] a' OaXapi?

409-59}

'AXKi?oco

{Hercher,

no. i}, [lr-v] ?'Meyape?aiv ?vei?iaxiKri {ii}, [lv] y T\)porvcoi {iii}, [lv-2r] 5' Adk?vcoi {iv}, [2r]? Aeovti
voi? {v}, [2r-v]?5 ZEV^innc?i {vi}, [2v]? E?fivcoi {vii}, [2v-3r] rf AaKpixcoi {x}, [3r-v] 0' ^AyXam {xii},
[3v-4r] i' Te?Kpcoi, inc. Ta Xi)xpa {xv}, [4r]ta Hpo??KCOi {xiii}, [4r] i?' Eu^fjAxoi {xiv}, [4r] iy' 'Epi(poixr|
[4v] to' 'Aficpivo^coi

{xvi},

x? 'Av?paK?i8? {xxii},
[7r-v] Ka 'Avti|i?xcui

{xvii},

[4v-5r]

i? Tfji yovaiKi

it|' ?a-op?^ai

[5v-6r]
{xxviii},

{xx},

[7v] K?' 5evo7t8?9r|i

(pfllicoi {xxxii},

[8v] Ke' KTr|a?7i7ra)i

8e<)Kei{xxxiv},

[lOr] K?f KA,?0|i?viO?i

'Ep\)0iai
{xxi}, [5v]
{xviii}, [5r-v] i? Mearivioi?
i
T
aux?n
10'
{xix}, [6v-7r] k 'Epicppa?e? {xxvi},
[6r-v]
{xxx}, [8r] k8' 'Apioxo
{xxix}, [7v-8r] K?' Kaxavaioi?

0Dyaxp?or
[8v-9v] k? Ta?? Zxriaixopo-u
i
T
k05
a?x?h
{xxxvi}, [lOr-v]
{xxxvii},
[llr] X

{xxxi},

{xxxiii},

[9v] K.? UoXv

riaupoXa

{xl},

[llr-v]

Xa noX?oxp?xcoi {xxxix}, [llv] A?'Aiy?oxaioi? {xlvi}, [llv-12r] Xy *InnoXmiovi {xli}, [12r]X5*Te^Kpco


{xliii}, [12r]Xe Nik?oc {xliv}, [12r-v]X? 'A8?i|a?vxcoi {xlv}, [12v]K?f 'Avxia0?V?i Kai 0?ox?|icoi {xlvii},
[12v]k? NeokXe? {xlv?i}, [12v-13r]k0' 'Emopaxcoi {xlix}, [13r]\i 'Ovfixopi {1}, [13r-v]p,a 'Exeov?kgh {li},
{xlv}, [13v-14r] |ay Aeovx?voi? {liii}, [14r] |i?' Ti|ioo0?v?i {lv}, [14r] \ie IloA/?oxp?
[13v] |a?'Meyapewiv
xcoKai Aa?GKCo{lviii}, [14r-v] \i? NaoaiKXei {lix}, [14v] \i? 'Em|i?pxco {lxi}, [14v-15r] |xt|'Ti|a,oo0?v?i
{lxxiv}, [15r-v] v' AvxiaO?vei
{lxii}, [15r] |I0' 'Epai^o^coi
?eave?
K?,?iav?xi
(Kai)
{lxxx}, [16r-v] vy' 'Evvaioi?
|i?'
ve Mearivioi?
'AcxamataxiEVOiv
{lxxxiv},
[18v-20v] v?
pcovi

{lxxxvi},

v0'

[20v-21r]

[21r] % A\)otkA,??

{lxxxvii},

'Apioxaiv?xcoi

{lxxvi}, [15v-16r]
[15v] |xa A?i|aap?xa>i
v?'
Ti|aav?pa>i
{xlv}, [17r-18v]
{lxxxi}, [16v-17r]
{lxxxv},
[20v] vif I?
{cxix}, [20v] v? TipxuvaKXi

{lxxv},

{cxxiii},

[21r-v]

i;a' 'Eyymvoi?

{cvii}, [21v]c$' Ijaepaioic {cviii}, [21v-22v] c^y'Ae vi?ai {lxxxix}, [22r-v] ?8' Ai>x?vor|i {xcv}, [22v-23r]
?e' 'AXKav?pco{xci}, [23r-v] ^? Xxrioix?pco {xcii}, [23v-24r] c?' KA,ao0?v?i {ex}, [24r-v] ?X 'A^iox i
{cxx}, [24v-25v] ^0' l^epaioi? {xciii}, [25v-26r] o' 'A?apioi {xci}, [26r-27r]oa IIo?,\)kA,??xc?{lxx}, [27r-28v]
o?'

cI|i?paioi?

{cxxi},

oy' Zxriorx?pcoi

[28v-29r]

{xciv},

[28v-29r]

o?' NiK?7i7tco

[29r] oe'

{exi},

cl?pov\)|icoi

{exii}, [29r-v] o? NiKO(pfi|icoi {xevi}, [29v-30r] o? Kpe?covi {xcix}, [30r]orf E-OKxfpovi {c}, [30v]00' 'Eiti
(aapxcoi {xcviii}, [30v]n no?/i)??\)K?i {evi}, [31r]na MeyaK^e? {xi}, [31r]7t?'K?,?oaxpaxcoi {ix}, [31r-v]
xcoi {xxxv},

{xix}, [32v-33v] n? nai)p??ia


[31v-32v] ne' na\)po?ia
{lxvii}, [33v-34r] n? 'Avxi|a,?xco {xxvii}, [34r-35v] ny\ cHyr|a?7t7tcoi {lxxvii}, [35v-36r] 7t0' Armox??i8i
avx&
{liv},
{lxxix}, [38r-39r] Q?' fI|i?paioi?
{lxxviii},
[37r-38r] Qa T
[36r-37r] Q5Xxr|aixopc?
{xxxviii},
Qe ITeJumiOTi {lxv}, [40r-v] Q?'
Q?'
'Apiaxo^oxco
{lx?i},
[39v-40r]
{lx},
Qy'
'ApiaxoXoxcoi
[39v]
[39r-v]

7iy' 'Avalai

{viii},

[31v] 7t?' noA.'oyv

(Kai) 0paaa)?o\)Xco
{lxiv}, [40v-41v] $? Trj^?KA,ei8r|
'Api?a|iavxi
Q0'
{lxxxviii}, colophon:
'Ep-oOiai {lxix}, [43r] p' liX?paioi?
[42r-43r]
Blank

Pages:
?

subscribed.

[41v-42r]

Qr|' ITaDpoXai

T?Xo?.

Occasional

rounded

diaereseis

breathing marks;

over

1).

Kai

sometimes

small circumflexes.

- Commas

and periods.

light brown. Titles

- Mute

iota

abbreviated.

forms. Triangular
hand with few ligatures and predominandy
majuscule
Script: Angular Humanist
? Tides written
T.
Classical
and
y
inscriptions.
mosdy
in^//^/V?^^/^r-M^//^^/irnitating
heightened
Ink: grayish

{lxviii},

43v, 44r-v.

and Punctuation:

Diacritics

{lxvi},

5, often

and initials in vermilion.

taken from amuch larger manuscript written in Gothic


script and in two columns. The
palimpsest,
"Goat-like parchment. The surface has been
text is very thoroughly erased.
[Note by C. Clarkson]:

Parchment:

original
most
gready disturbed,
Ruling:

none visible. -

notably

in the text area. 'Medium' weight

19 lines to a page;

justification

(0.09-0.17

ca. [95 x 63 mm];

mm)."

interlinear distance

Quires: 5x8 (fol. 40), 4 (44).


Quire

Signatures:

scribal, H3: ? (16v).

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5 mm.

in brown

Foliation:
Binding:

probably

ink, renewed

in darker brown,

Italian, s.XVI-XVII;

folded

Se, continuous.

vellum with

(no watermarks

and flyleaves

paper pastedowns

visible).
two library labels, now damaged and
capital letters in dark brown ink: OAAAPIAOS EIIIZTOAAI;
no.
s.
in blue ink:
in
XVIII-XIX:
brown
dark
99"; [front pastedown]
ink,
"epistule
[back pastedown]
no.
ms.
11,"
gr. XIV saec," "Phalaris,
[i recto] in pencil, three different hands: "Phalaris, Cod.

Marks:

[spine]

illegible;
"22017,"

"Phalarius,"
shelfmark),

in pencil: "244," "C," "roso,"


[back pastedown]
"ex
with
libris
Henry Walters."
bookplate

Provenance:

[Maggs Brothers,

London]

purchased

in pencil:

[front pastedown]

from Leo Olschki,

probably

"LIV.12"

(oldWalters

Florence.

The epistles are not ordered the way they are in their first printed editions of 1498 [Goff3, no. P-545] and
Dating:
no. 2141], so our manuscript was evidently not based on these and therefore probably
1499 [Papadopoulos,
The writing resembles that of Georgios
95, IILno. 127), who copied
(RGKILno.
Chrysokokkes
predates them.
The use of palimpsested
1419 and 1428.
for Italian patrons between
Classical manuscripts
parchment with Latin
that the book was produced

text suggests

in theWest,

most

probably

Italy.

Reference:

W.354

ii+341+ii

piai

folios,

244

282 x 202 mm,

Blank

Subject headings for paragraphs

Pages:

lr-v,

1909), 57, cat. 294.

ca. 1500, Venice

[2r-338r] Thucydides' History, colophon:


cn)yy?ypama,?vai,
Ttapa Gowooioot)

Apparatus:

(London,

HISTORY

THUCYDIDES,

Paper,
Text:

Choice and Rare Books, No.

Brothers,

Maggs

338v, 340r-v,

T??,o? G?)v 0?C?; [339r-v] Table ofContents for the Speeches-.Armrjyo


with quire numbers indicated.
in the side margins

throughout.

341 r-v.

Diacritics

and Punctuation:
rounded breathing marks; long and prominent
and periods. - Mute iota omitted. No diaereseis. - No
ends. - Commas
marked with comma-like
signs in the left margin.
both

Script

{Murphy, fig. 2}: the characteristic hand of Damiano

Ink: dark brown, with

titles and subject headings

Guidotto

sometimes

accent marks;
abbreviations.

circumflexes
curled at
- Direct
speech

(RGK I:no. 89, ILno. 119), on which: Murphy,

added

in light brown

(fols. 2r?128r);

487.

light brown

(fols. 128v-339v).
Paper: folded
infolio; chaindistance
2227, 2234, and 2235.

ca. 38 mm; watermarks

similar to Piccard,

Werkzeugen

undWaffen, nos. XI,

awide column for the text and a narrow


system unclear; type uncodified:
(fols. 128?229 only) hardpoint;
? 30
for the subject headings in the outer margin, with lines for the text drawn separately in each.
per page
x
mm.
8
28
100-105
interlinear
distance
and
per page (fols. 128v-339v);
mm];
(fols. 2r-128r)
justification [205

Ruling:
column

Quires: 42 x 8 (fol. 336), 5 (341).


Quire

Signatures:

Foliation:

in pencil,

scribal, Greek
perhaps

numerals

by L. Olschki,

Im1, continuous.
Se, continuous;

flyleaves

numbered

through D.

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brown
early nineteenth-century,
probably by Charles Lewis (1786?1836), London
(ace. to C. Clarkson);
leather over squared wooden
and flyleaves of
boards; five raised bands on the rounded spine; pastedowns
unwatermarked
trimmed and gilded.
paper; edges of bookblock

Binding:
"russia"

in dark brown ink: "Thucididus" - [339v, lower margin] in dark brown ink: "Pertinet
[2r, upper margin]
ad locum S. Francisci a Vinca" - [second and third compartments
of spine] tooled in gold in capital letters:
"Thucididis opera," "cod. ms" ? [A recto] in pencil: "This M.S. was formerly in the library of the wealthy
of S. Francesco della Vigna, in Venice.
I bought it fm an old Priest named P. Bravia?a
Canon of that
Monastery
to
on
it
Church?into
have
monasty
at the close
hands
the
whose
dissolution
of the above ment'1
appears
passed
or
of the last century. I obtained fmhim 3
4 other Gk. MSS, all of which are marked as belongs to that Monastic
at
1st
Nov.
1832.
W.S. / Professor
of the Vatican?to
Sarti?Sub-Librarian
I
whom
/
Venice,
Library.
Bought
it to be the writing of a Greek scribe, probably in the early part of the 15th
showed one of these MSS pronounced
?
etched bookplate with coat of arms and "Ex librisWalteri Sneyd" ? [back
[front pastedown]
Century."
in pencil: "211," "roso" - [front pastedown]
in pencil, by several different hands: "29118," "428,"
pastedown]
on
Graecae.
MS
"39," "Thucydides, Opera
paper (339 leaves) written in neat small italics by a Greco-Italian
scribe. Inscription at end: Tertinet
ad locum S. Francisci aVinca'
"I.II.17" (oldWalters
(Venetiarum)?,"

Marks:

shelfmark).
of S. Francesco della Vigna, Venice - P. Bravia, Venice Monastery
1903: sold (Sotheby's, December
16, no. 780) toMaggs
Sneyd (d. 1888), London
no.
H. Walters probably from Leo Olschki, Florence
(his
29118).
Provenance:

see Murphy,

Dating:

1832: sold to Rev. Walter


(their no. 211)
purchased

by

481 and 493.

Reference:
D. J.Murphy,

"Greek Epigrams
esp. 487-91.

and Manuscript

of Damiano

Guidotto

of Venice,"

Renaissance Quarterly

12 (1998):

476-94,

W.475

PREFACES
iii+8+i

Paper,

folios,

TO

HOMER

311 x 210 mm,

ca. 1488, Florence

[lr-7r] Biography ofHomer Attributed toHerodotus-, 'HpoSOTOD


{West, 354?402, for other eds. cf.
cO|lf|pO'D y?v?cuo? Kai ?ioxfjc
Works byDemetrios Chalcondyles: Ar|^f|Tpio?
? XaA,KOV?<)Xr|? to??
to
theFirst Book of the Iliad: no title
15}; [8v] Chalcondyles' Introduction
Text:

Apparatus:

twenty-three

short scholia

in the margins

of Herodotus'

'AXiKapvaafjo?
?^f|yr|ai?
7t?pi xfj? xo?
ibid., 316}; [7r-8r] Epistolary Preface toHomer's
EV 7tp?xx?iv
13
{Legrand,
?vxa^oji?voi?
given

{Chalcondyles,

fol. 43r}.

text (fols. 2r?7r).

accents. ? Commas, high points,


and Punctuation:
rounded breathing marks; long and prominent
?
?
and periods.
Mute
iota subscribed; l and V written mostly with diaeresis.
Kai mostly abbreviated; common
~
?
in the left margin.
endings sometimes abbreviated but mostly written in full. Homeric
quotations marked with
- The text initials on fols. 7r and 8v and the title on fol. 8v were never added
the
scribe.
by

Diacritics

Script
hand,

{Luck, figs. 1-2}: one hand


similar to those of Demetrios

(RGKl-.no.

93, ILno.

127, IILno.

throughout,
Chalcondyles

(which are written in darker ink). A humanist


Damilas
105, ILno. 138, IILno. 171) and Demetrios

incl. the scholia


(RGKlmo.

160).

Ink: dark brown. ? Marginal


scholia in even darker, almost black ink. - Titles
light brown (perhaps originally carmine) ink.
Paper: folded infolio; chaindistance 33 mm; watermarks
638-45.
and to Piccard, Waage, nos. VI.624-28,

(fols. Ir, 7r) and initial H

(fols. 5-8; ill. Luck, fig. 3) similar to Briquet,

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(fol. Ir) in

nos. 2540-42

Lines:

30 per page;

ca. [220 x 120 mm];

interlinear distance

7 mm.

1 x 8 (fol. 8).

Quires:
Quire

justification

none.

signatures:

Foliation:

current, Se: continuous

Binding:

English,

- s.XVIII-XIX

ca. 1835 (ace. to C. Clarkson):

in., Im: fols.

122-29

(= fols. 1-8).

roan over cardboard;

half dark brown

paper flyleaves without

watermarks.

Marks:

[back of front cover] "28317" (Olschki's), "428," "38," and "I.II.19" (oldWalters
shelfmark); [back of
front cover] round lithographed bookplate with coat of arms and "Ex librisWalteri Sneyd"; [fol. Ir, above the
title] "5"; [fol. 7r, above the title] "6"; [running up the spine] tooled in gold in capital letters: "Herodoti vita

Homeri.

m.s.

Cod.

Provenance:

Graece."

Abbot Matteo

- 1835: sold to Rev. Walter


(d. 1805), Venice
Sneyd (d. 1888), London
16, no. 367) to D. Renshaw
purchased by H. Walters probably from Leo

Canonici

1903: sold (Sotheby's, December


Olschki, Florence.

similar to ours are attested in Greek manuscripts


dated 1489 and 1491 (Harlfinger,
was
Balance
written
Wasserzeichen,
35). Chalcondyles'
preface (fols. 7r?8r)
specially for the 1488 printed edition of
Homer.
Since the scribe's hand is very similar to those of Chalcondyles
and of Damilas, who is known to have
our manuscript must itself have been
worked for Chalcondyles,
produced ca. 1488. There are no printers' marks
Dating:

Watermarks

in the margins,

so this was
possibly

a presentation

copy that might

slightly predate

the printed

edition.

Reference:
G. Luck,

"A Late Greek Manuscript


figs. 1-3.

in The Walters

Art Gallery,"

The Walters Art Gallery 41 (1983): 67-70


Journal of

with
Other

Bibliography:
no. 2741].
D. Chalcondyles,
ed. [Homeri Opera] (Florence, 1488) [Papadopoulos,
E. Legrand,
Bibliographie hell?nique, ouDescription raisonn?e des ouvragespublies engrecpar des Grecs auxXVe
1 (Paris, 1885; repr. Brussels,
1963).
ed.. Homeric Hymns, Homeric Apocrypha, Lives ofHomer

etXVJe

si?cles,vol.
M. L. West,
no. 496].

W.520

GOSPEL

Parchment,

LECTIONARY

i+179 folios,

[ALAND

300 x 230 mm,

(Cambridge, MA,

2003)

[=Loeb Classical Library,

I 1629 + (I 1882)]

second half of the tenth century, Byzantine

Empire

Buchmalerei, ILfig. 686; Spatharakis,


fig. 528} H-ShapedHeadpiece
(63 x 153),
x 152), Initial E
Initial E (25 diam.); [50r] {Weitzmann,
fig. 685} H-Shaped Headpiece (65
(ca. 22 diam.); [58r]
x
Initial
Interlace
Headband
T;
InitialTI;
Headband,
143),
[94r]
H-Shaped Headpiece (64
[95v]
(14 x 74), Initial E; [121v]
Headband (11 x 66), Two Initial Ts-, [137v] Headband (8 x 86), Initial E; [142r, 143r] InterlaceHeadbands, Initial Ts; [152r]
Ornament:

[lr] {Weitzmann,

Headband (13x 70); [159v]


Headband (11x 66), InitialT; [162v]
Headband (10x 88),M^/E;
Initial E;

[166r] InterlaceHeadband,

Initial T; [167r] InterlaceHeadband,

Headband (9x 69),


[165r]

Initial T; [171v] InterlaceHeadband

with Two

Serpents'Heads;[173v]Headband (13 x 78), InitialA with a Bird; [178v]Headband (11 x 86); [179v]Tailpiece;[2r,9v]
InitialSs-,

[3r, 4v, 6r, 7v, 8v, lOv, 15r, 16v, 19v, 21v, 22v, 30v, 34r, 37r, 37v, 40r, 42r, 46r, 47r, 52r, 55r, 55v, 56v,

57r, 57v, 58v, 59v, 61r, 61v, 62r, 64r, 66v, 67v, 68r, 69v, 70r, 71r, 72r, 75v, 76r, 76v, 78r, 79r, 80r, 95r, 97r, 106r,
108r, HOr, 112v, 114v, 116r, 117v, 119r, 120r, 120v, 121r, 122v, 128r, 130v, 131r, 132r, 133r, 135v, 140r, 141v,
143v, 146r, 148r, 150v, 151r, 152v, 155v (twice), 156r, 156v, 157v, 158r, 161v, 171r, 172r, 174v, 175v, 176r,

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176v] Initial Ts-, [9r] Initial O (26 diam.);

[llv, 13v, 18r, 18v, 24r, 25v, 33v, 45v, 51v, 60v, 63r, 66r, 71v, 74v, 77v,
78v, 81v, 82r, 87r, 135r, 137r, 138v, 159r, 164r] Round Initial Es (22-26 diam.); [12r, 12v, 17r, 18v, 24v, 29r, 30r,
31v, 39r, 41r (twice), 43r, 44r, SOv, 52v, 64v, 72r, 73r, 73v, 79v, 81r, 132v, 139r, 140v, 146v, 161r, 166v] Oblong
Initial Es; [20v, 32v] Initial Es with a Peacock; [26r] Initial T Coming out of afar, [44v, 48v, 53v] Initial Es with a Blessing

M (20 x 12); [99v]InitialK with a Bird; [144v]InitialB; [149v]InitialA with a Bird; [151v]InitialA;
Hand; [96v]Initial
[153v] Initial E with a Peacock and an Outstretched Hand;
Text
avecica

343-86;
(cf. Gregory,
Kai
Kpaxo?
?o^a

Scrivener,

1:80-89):

7cp?7T?i: [lr-2r] Tfj ?yia

[168r] Initial E with aHand Holding


[lr-49v]
Kai

Readings for theWeeks


|a(e)y(??tr|)

KupiaKfj*

a Candle (?).
X(piax)
[2r-v] Tfj etzclv

ofJohn, colophon:
Jn 1:1-17,

1.T8-28, [2v-4v] Tfj y xfj? oiaKivriaiiaotr


pio(v) x(ov) n?a%(a)-Jn
javfijari xfj? \)7t(ep)ayi(a?)
Lk 24:12-35,
[4v-6r] Tfj ?' xfj? ?iaKivr|ai|a(o\))Jn 1:35-51,
[6r-7v] Tfj e xfj? ?iaK^vriaiiioi))2:12-22,
xfjc 8iaKivr|a?|a(oa))-Jn
aa(??axcp)
xfj? ?iaKiv.-Jn
8r] Tfj 7tapaaK8(ufj)
[8v-9r] T

0(8o)t(?)ko'?
Jn 3:1-15,
3:22-33,

[7v

[9r-10v]

K-o(piaKfi) x? ?vx?7taa%a- Jn 20:19-31, [10v-llv] Tfj ?' xfj? ?' e?o(o)iaooc)- Jn 2:1-11, [llv-12r] Tfj y xfj? ?'
[12r-v] Tt? 5' xt?? ?' e?o.-Jn 5:17-24,
[12v-13v] Tf| e xfj? ?' e?oV Jn 5:24-30,
[13v-15r] Tf| Tta
y
xr?? ?' 8?8.-Jn 5:30-6:2,
paaKe(o)fi)
xfj? ?' e?o.- Jn 6:14-27,
[15r-16r] T aa(??axcp)
[16r-v] Ka)(piaK?0
Mk 15:43-16:1 Kai
end
lost:
?no x? n?az(a)*
lost;
[?iay?VO]i?voa)],
[17r] beginning
[17r-18r] Tfj
Jn 4:50-54,
y xt?? y e?o.-Jn 6:27-33,
[18r-v] Tti 8 xfl? y e?o.-Jn 6:40-44,
[18v-19v]
[18r] Tfj ?' xt?? y e?o.-Jn 6:35-39,
Tf] 7tapao"K8i)f| (sic) x(fj?) y e?o.* Jn 6:48-54,
[19v] T aa. xfj? y e?o.- Jn 15:17 and ?f|x(ei) ei? a' e?ayy?
8?5/ Jn 3:16-21,

(Xxov) x

(v) 7ia0 (v), [19v-20v] Ku 8'-Jn 5:1-15,


(v) ayi
[21v-22v]
[20v-21v] Tf| ?' xfj? 8' e?o.-Jn 6:56-69,
8'
8'
7:1-13,
Tfj y ^?
xfj? jaeaov' [i.e., laeaorce vxr|Koaxfj?]* Jn 7:14-30,
[22v-23v] Tfj
[24r-v] Tfj e'
e?S/Jn
xfj? 8' e?8.-Jn 8:21-30,
xfj? 8' e?8.-Jn 8:12-20,
[25v-26r] T aa. xfj? 8' e?S.* Jn
[24v-25v] Tfj 7tapaaK?i)fj
8:31-42
fiKC?, [26r-29r] Kv. e- Jn 4:5-42,
[29r-30r] Tfj ?' xfj? E e?S.'Jn 8:42-51,
[30r-v] Tfj y xfl? E e?S.-Jn
e
E
E
8'
8:51-59,
xt??
xfl?
[31v-32v] Tx\
[32v-33v] Tr\ rcapa
[30v-31v] Tfj
e?S.-Jn 6:5-14,
e?S.-Jn 9:39-10:9,
aa. xfj? e'
ckev?] xfj? e e?8.-Jn 10:17-28 8?8co|ii a?xo??,
10:27-38,
[33v-34r] T
[34r-37r] Kv. ?- Jn
e?8.-Jn

9:1-38, [37r-v] Tfj ?' xfj?? e?S/Jn 11:47-54, [37v-39r]Tfj y xt??? e?o.-Jn 12:19-36, [39r-40r]Tr\ ?' xfj??
e?o.* Jn 12:36-47,
16:9 and ?fix(ei)

x(fj?) ?

xov K(-?p?o)a) ip
Mk
(v) '1(1^0)$ X(piaxo)\V
[40r-41r] Tfj e xfj? ? e?o.* f] ?va?,r|\|/i?
Lk
Giv?v
?
y; Ei? x(f)v) ?,eixo\)pyiav
24:36-53,
?vaax(aai|iov)
[41r] Tfj rcapaaKeufj

e?S.*Jn 14:1 and ??ix(ei) ei? x(?) a e?ayy?^iov x (v) 7ta0( v), x??,o(?)- Kai ? Ilaxfip ?v ?|xoi (Jn

(v) 7t(ax?)p v x (v) ?v


e?o.* Jn 14:10-21,
[42r-43r] Kv. ?, x v ayi
14:27
v'
17:1-13,
[i.e., 7t?vxr|Koaxfj?]* Jn
-15:7,
|af| xapaaa?a0
[44r-v]
[43r-44r] Tfj ?5 xfj?
N(iKaia)-Jn
Tfj y xfj? v-Jn 16:2-13 ?^fjOeiav,
[45v-46r] Tfj e xfj? v'- Jn 16:23
[44v-45v] Tfj ?' xfj? v'- Jn 16:15-23,
(a?veiv,
[47r-v] T aa. xfj? v*Jn21:14-22
?|ii|v -33 ?%r|X?, [46r-47r] Tfj TtapaaKeufj xfj? v'- Jn 17:18-26,
8K
7:42
end lost, [48r-v] beginning
xoa)-8:12,
lost, Jn
xfj? v'- Mt 18:10-20;
[50r-57v]
[48v-49v] Tfj ?rca?piov
a' jiexoc xfjv ?yiav
v'- Mt 5:42-48,
[50v-51v]
Readings for theWeekends ofMatthew, end lost: [50r-v] Xa(??axov)
14:11),

[41r-42r] T

aa.

xfj? ?

(v) Ttavx (v)- Mt 10:32-33, 37-38, and 19:27-30,


K\)(piaKTi) a', |ivfp(r|) x (v) ayi
[51v-52r] E?. ?'- Mt 7:1-8,
[54v-55v] Xa. ?'- Mt
[53v-54v] Kd. y- Mt 6:22-33,
[52v-53v] Z?. y- Mt 7:24-8:4,
[52r-v] Ku ?'- Mt 4:18-23,
EMt
Ku
Mt
Mt
?'
Ki).
Z?.
S'9:9-13,
8:28-9:1,
8:5-13,
8:1^23,
[57v] Ea. ?- Mt
[57r-v]
[56v-57r]
[55v-56v]
the
Weekends
end
lost:
9:18 87ti[9??], rest missing;
7ip xov (sic)
[58r-v] Za??axov
[58r-81v] Readings for
ofLuke,
Lk
Lk
Lk
a'Z?.
5:1-11,
5:17-26,
4:31-36,
K(a)x(?) AoD(K?v)?'[60v-61r]
[59v-60v]
[58v-59v] K\)(piaKfj)
Xa.
Lk
Lk
Xa.
Lk
K\).
?'Kv. ?'- Lk 6:31-36,
y7:11-16,
6:1-10,
y5:27-32,
[62r-63r]
[63r-64r]
[61v-62r]
[61r-v]
aKO\)?x
), 9-15, [64r-v] Xa. e Lk 7:1-10, [64v-66r] Kv. e Lk 16:19-31,
(om. xama...
[66r-v]
Lk
Lk 8:16-21,
K\).
8:27-35, 38-39,
?[67vH58r] Xa. ?- Lk 9:1-6, [68r-69v] Kl). ?- Lk 8:41-56,
[66v-67v]
[71r-v] Xa. 0'- Lk 9:57-62,
[71v-72r] K\). 0'- Lk
[69v-70r] Xa. ti'- Lk 9:37-43,
[70r-71r] Ko). r|'- Lk 10:25-37,
ixKv.
Lk
Xa.
Lk
12:16-21 with add. {Gregory,
10:19-21, [72r-73r]
13:10-17, [73r-v] Xa. ta* Lk
356}, [72r]

K\).

?'* Lk 8:5-8

Xa. ?'

?? ekXekxoi
y?p eiai kXt|xo?, ?Xiyoi
[73v-74v] K\). ta* Lk 14:16-24andnoXXoi
{Gregory,
357},
Lk
Lk
Xa.
Lk
Kv.
Xa.
17:12-19,
14:1-11,
13:19-29,
i?'iy'i?'[76v-77v]
[76r-v]
[75v-76r]
[74v-75v]
ly Lk 18:18-27,
[78r-v] Kv. l?'- Lk 18:35-43,
[78v-79r] Xa. te'
[77v-78r] Xa. i5'- Lk 16:10-15,
KD(piaKfi)
te
Kv.
Xa.
Lk
18:2-8
Kv.
Lk
Lk 17:3-10,
xa%ei, [80r-81r]
19:2-10,
x?i?\ x(f|?)
[79v-80r]
[79r-v]
12:32-40,

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?ic x(ov) k<xt(oc) Aou(Kav)- Mt 15:21-28,


[81r-v] Xa. x?' Lk 20:46-21:4 with add. {Gregory,
rest
xarceiv
Lk
18:10-14
v,
[82r-129v] Readings for Paschal Week, beginning and end
\?359},
missing;
lost: Mt 24:34 [yeve]?-35,
lost: [82r] beginning
K(ai) |a(e)y(?A,T]) y- Mt 24:36-26:2,
[82r~87r] Tfj ?yia

Xava(vaia?)*

[81v] Kv.

[87r]Tfj ?yia K(ai) |iy. 8'-Mt 26:6 and ?fjxei xfj \iEy?Xr\e, [87r-94r]Tfj ?yia K(ai) \xy.E'Mt 26:1-20, Jn
13:3-17, Mt

26:21-39,

Lk 22:43-44,

Mt

26:40-27:2,

[94r 95v]

|iy. e Jn
vucxfjpo? xfj ?yia
xov n?Qovq xov
E?ayy??aa

'AKO?,oa)0(ia)

x(ov)

x? vi\|/aa0(ai)-Jn
13:12-17,
[95v-121v]
E Mt
a Jn 13:31-18:1,
8' Jn 18:28-19:16,
?' Jn 18:1-28, y Mt 26:57-75,
K(T)pio)a) fi|a (v) l(r|ao)a) X(piaxo)fr
aw
i'Mk 15:43
0' Jn 19:25-37,
,? Mt 27:33-54,
27:3-32, ? Mk 15:16-32 maxeuacojaev
t? Lk 23:32-49,
Hours
the
a'
Good
47, ia Jn 19:38-42, i?' Mt 27:62-66,
p(a?)* Mt 27:1-32
Friday: xfj?
[121v-128r] Readings for
of
to E xov n?Qovq] xfj? y'
to
Mk
incl.
15:1-32
cross-reference
incl. cross-reference
? xov 7ta0oa)?; xfj?
p(a?)'
13:1-11, E-oayy?(Xiov)

?' \iex(o)

to 8' and 0' xov n?Qovq,


incl. cross-references
[128r
Jn 18:28-19:37
rest
Mt
27:1-25
xo'oxo'O,
K(ai)
\iy.
Tfj
?yia
TtapaaKe('?fi) ?a7t(?pa?)[130r-173r] Menologion:
129v]
missing;
lost, Jn 10:9 eia??,0r|-17;
'AvOti^oi))?fix(ei)
ieponp.
y' xov ?yun)
[130r-137v] September, beginning
e' xov ?yi(ot>)
TtpocpTi
?', 5' xov ?yiot)
aeraxen?pioi)
iepojap. Ba?\)A,a Kai x v vr|7ti (v)- Lk 10:1-3.10-12,
p(a?)* Lk 22:66-23:49,

xfj? 0'

p(a?)-

x{ov) Zaxcxpi(o\))' Lk 4:22 and ?fix(ei) iouviou i8\ ?-' a\)va^(i?) x(ov) apx(ayyeA,o\)) Mixafj(?,) x(ov)
Xoviax(oa))* ?fix(ei) OKxo?pioi) vr?,? x v ayi (v) X ?ovx(o?) Kai E\)\|A)x(cn)), ?f]x(ei) ei? k' x(ov)
0(?o)x(?)ko'?
xfj? Ttavayi(a?)
ei? x(?v) op0(pov)* Lk 1:39-49.56,
ei? xfiv
|ir|vo(?), x\ x? yev?aiov
Lk 10:38-42,11:27-28,0'
(v) Kai 8iKai
(v) l aKi|i K(ai) "Avv(ri?)' Lk 8:16
x( v) ayi
X,eixo\)p(yiav)*

a\)x(oa))

and ?(fOx(ei) aa(??axov) ? xov Kax? Aoi)(K?v), i' xov ?yiot) Ko\)pvo<)x(oi))- ??(fi)x(ei)aa(??axov) ? xov
Kax(?) Max0(a?ov), aa(??axov) Ttpoxfj? i)\|/ ae ?- ?f]x(ei) xf? ?' xfj?? e?8o|ia(8oc), Kt>(piaKTi)7tpo xfj?
a)\|/ ae

(?)* Jn 3:13-17,

i?' ei? x(fjv)

x v xi|ii

7tpoaK\)vr|aiv

(v) i;\)?, (v)- Jn 11:47 and ?fix(ei)

xfj ?' xfj? ?

e?8o(|xa8oc), iy' ei? x(fiv) 7tapa|io(vfiv) xfj? i)\|/ ae ?- Jn 12:25 and ?f)x(ei) xfj y' xfj?? e?8. ?no x?
|i?(aov), i?' f] ?)\|/ ai? x(ov) xx\ix(ov) ax(ai))poi) ei? x(?v) op0(pov)* Jn 12:28 and ?fi(xei) xfj y' xfj?? e?8.
xo |o,?a(ov) - ei? x(f|v) Aeixoupyiav
28.30-35
Xa(??axov)
jaapx'opia amou

367} and Jn 19:6.9-11 av 0ev.13-20.25


{Gregory,
Ki)(piaK?0
|?ex(?) xr\v ?)\|/ aiv ?fix(ei) i?' xov a?xoi)
|ir|vo?
xov
(aiv)
(v)
x(ov)
K(ai) )avf||rr| X\)|ie
avyyEvovq
p,ex(?) xf]v \)\|/
KO?pio)^* ?fix(ei) xfj y5 xvp. x v vr|a
Kai
xei (v), ie' x v ayi
'AKaKiou
(v) |i(a)p(x\)p
v)
(sic) NiKix(a)- Mt 10:16-22, i?' xfj? ayia?
\i(?)p(xv
v IlavxoX?ovxo?
Kai EvXaiinxov
po?) Eixprmia?* Lk 7:36-50,
?f]xei OKXo?pico ei? x(f)v) Ke',
x? x v ayi
k' x(ov) ?yi(oi))
K(ai) x(fj?) auv?S?oi))* Lk 21:12 19, ko' x(fj?) ayia?
|ap. Ei)axa0(iot))
rcp xo|j,p. 0?KA,(a?)
?no

?fixei aa.

x? xov Kax(a)

Aoi)K?(v),

intr. passage

k?-' r\ |aexaaxaai?

xov 0eo^?(yot>)-

Jn 21:14 and ?fix(ei)

aa.

x(fj?)

v5,X x(ov) ?yi(ot>) rpr|yopi(o\)) xfj?M(e)y(a?,r|?) 'Apjievia?- ^f\x. xf? |a,(e)y(?^t|) y5;
xov Kov8(?KO\))*
'Avaviot) Kai 'P ^aviot))
ano(?xoXov)
[137v-142r] October, a x(ov) ?yi(o\))
tf\x. ae7txeji.
xov
xov
Kai
?v
?5, ?'
?\ y'
?yi(oa)) Ka)7tpiav(o\))
'Io\)ax(r|?)- ?f)x. ae?txe^pi
ayi(oi?)
Tc(ax)p(?)? f]|i (v)
Mt 13:45-54 a'?x v, ?' xov ?yi(ot))
Kai mveucpfKiKn))
Aiov\)ai(oa))
a7co(ax?A,o'?) 0
'Apeojiayeixio-o)Kai BaKxoD* ?f^x. aen;xe|i. k', ta'
(v) |a(a)p(x<)p v) Xepyi(o'o)
\i?- ?f|x. kv. x ?vx(i)7iaax(a),
?' x (v) ayi
x v ayi
Kai
'Axx?kod
(v) Ttaxpiapx
(v) NeKxapioo),
Xiaivvi(ot>)
'AaapKiioi)),
(sic)- Mt 5:14-19, i?' x v
k- vr? xov ?yi(o\))
Kai 'AvSpoviKoiy
Kai Tiave-o
Tap?x(ot))
?f|t. gekxe\i$o?(ov)
xov
Lk
AoDK?Kai
Ka'
10:16-21,
oc(?ov)
ei)ayye(?,iaxoD)
(pfKpxyu) aTto?ax?^o-o)
7t(ax)p(?)? ?pcov 'I^apio
, ko' x(ov) ?yi(oa))
|xp. 5Ap?0(a) Kai x (v) cvv
vo(?) (sic), Kai ei? Am^o-o? oa(io-o?)* Lk 6:17-23 o\)pav
ke' x (v) ayi
Kai Mapx(\))
(v) voxapi
(v) MapKiav(oi))
?f)x. aa. ia' xov K(a)x(?) Aoo)(K?v),
(sic) a\)x
xov
eK
Lk
Mt
Aovk?lv
12:2-12, k?'
x(o?) Kax(?)
pi(o-o)?yioa)
|a(e)y(aAo)|a(a)p(x'opo?)
Ai|at|xpio\)
(sic)*

ayi

(v) )ap.npo?(o\)),

8:23-27;
x v ayi
(v) ua?^oi)

[142r-v] November, a
ayioi?

itp?. fm

v ?vapy<)p
x(ov)

v Koa|aa

?iioi^oyrixoi))-

Mt

10:1.5-8, ?/' x(ov) ?v


to ?),
xa x(ov) ?yi(oa))
(corr.
?fix. OKXo?pioa) vr?
iavvoa)) x(ov) Xpi^aoaxo^o-o)^f]x. aeitx. ?', i8' x(ov)
Kai ?a|a,iavoir

l
Ky', iy' x(ov) ?yi(o\))
v, i?' x(ov) ?yi(ou)
?xXxnn(ov)?7to(ax?Xoa))
?yi(o\))
Jn 1:44 and ?f)x. K\)(piaKf?) a' x v vr|axei
Kai EvayyEXxax(ov)
MaxOaioa)* Mt 9:9 and ?fjx. aa(??axov)
e5 ?rc? xfj(?) v5 [i.e.,
?7to(axo?,o-o)
xov ?auiaaxo-opyoiy
7tevxr|Koaxfj?],
Zfyz. ei? x(f|v) a xov a^xoC
i?' x(ov) ?yi(oa)) Tpriyopiio-o)
iirivo?,

Mriv?-

?fjx. ?npxXx(ov)

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k' x

icc\ Ka' x? eiaoSia


v) Ma^i|i(o\))
(v) 7taxpiapx(
K(ai) revva8i(0D)*
x(fj?)
?f]x. oKxo?pioi)
x
v KXrmevx(o?)
Lk
and
10:38
ke'
(v) ayi
(v) 7t(ax?)p
0(eo)x(?)KO\)*
rf,
?f|x(ei) GEnxE\i$pxov
rcavayia?
'P |i(r|?) Kai U?xpov
?,' x(o?) ?yi(oa))
'A?,e?;av8(peia?)Jn 15:17 and ?f|x. aa. y' arco x? Il?axa,
8'
1:35
and
?7to(ax?Xo'?)
5Av8p?(oa))- Jn
?fjx. xfj
xfj? 8iaKivr|ai|ioi);
(v) ayi

|i(?)p(xi)poc)
[143r-152r] December. 8' xfj? ?yiac
Mt
11:27
and
k,
Xa?a
iav(o-?apiot))
?f)x.
(sic)*
x
Ka,
(v)
|j,(a)p(xi)p
?yico(v)
OKXo?pi(o-o)
iy'
xe|a?pi(oo))
xo?> ?yioa)

?', i8' x
lyvaxioi)

Mk

Bap?apac*

?*' x(ov) oa(xov)


v) E-oaxpaxUo-u),

v) 0\)paoi),
(v) |i(a)p(x\)p
(v) ayi
OiAi|i
xov ?eocp?po?r Mk 9:33-41, aa(??axov)

aa.

i?' Kax(?) A(oa)K?v),


k8'
25,
ei? 7tapa|-io(vfiv)

KDpaiKfj

jcpo xfj? X(pxcxo)v

xfj? X(pxcxo)v

yevvfiae

e' xov oc(xov)


npq. i\\i&v
Lk 6:17 and ?f|x.
rcp?. fijacov NiKo(2t?oi))Kai x v Amrccov ?fjx. aerc
Av^evxx(ov)

5:24-34

eipfivr|v,

vo(?) Kai
npo

yevvfjae
Lk
?2:1-20, Ke' f) a(

xf))pio?

Q(eo)v f]|a (v) ei? x(?v) op0po(v)*Mt 1:18 and Lfax.xfj KD(piaKfj) x v ayi
ei? xf]v ?,eixot>pyiav*

Mt

v)- ?f\x. aeraxeia.

yevvfjae

y?vvriai?

X(piaxo)i)

?' 7ip

1:1
xov

(v) 7i(ax?)p v Enx (sic) x??,(o?),


? ai)va^(i?)

x{ov) 7tpo(pf|x(o\))x{ov) (xvfiaxopo(?)-Mt 2:13 and ?fjx. xfj Enavpxo{v) x(fj?) Xipiaxo)^ yevvf)ae
aa(??axov)

k',k'

x(fj?) ayia?
iy' ?no xfj? v',
Xxe?aviou)*
?fix. KDpiaK(fj)
xov
a\)xoi)
(v) K(ai) x{ov) ?a(iot>) MapK?A,?,(o\))*
jae
|ir|vo?, aa(??axov)
?fix. k?*'
y?v(vr|aiv)
|ivfi|ir| Aa(m)S
y?vvriaiv Mt 12:15-21, KD(piaKfi) a' |aex(?) xfiv X(piaxo)i)

0(eoxo)KOD- Mt 2:13-23,
k6' x (v) ayi
(v) vr|7ti
x(?) xf)v X(piaxo)a)

2:1-12, xfj ?rcaupiov


x(fj?) X(piaxo)\)
xov
7tp xo|i(a)p(x'Dpo?)
?yi(oi))
k?

(v) Xout(

?* ?f|x.
yevvfiae
x(fj?) X(piaxo)?>
v 7i(ax?)p v Mt
?, |ivf||i(r|) x v ayi

(sic) x v O

(v)*Mt

3:1-6,

KD(piaKfi)

?' Tipo x v O

x(

v)*Mk

(?),

1:1-8;

[152r-159v]January:a ei? x?|v 7cepixo(|afiv)xo? K?Dpio)!) f)|a (v) 1(tigo)6 X(piaxo)a) K(ai) x(ov) ?v ayi(oi?)
Lk 2:20-21.40-52,
e' ei? x(f)v) Ttapajiovfiv
7tp?. f]ja (v) Baai(Xeiot))
Kaiaapei(a?)?p%(x)EnxGKOn(ov)
Mk
Mt
x (v) O x (v)* Lk 3:1-18, ?' x? ?yia
1:9-11, ei? xfjv ?,eixot>pyia(v)ei? x(?v) ?p0(pov)0eoq>?veia
xa
xa
'l
cp
x(ov) ?yi(oa))
(avvo'u) x(ov) ?aTtxiaxoa)* Jn 1:29-34, aa(??axov)
3:13-17, ?' a\)va^(i?)
|aex?
i' x(ov) ?v ayioi?
(p xa* Mt 4:12-17,
7t(ax)p(?)?
fi)i (v) Tpriyopioa)
i8' x (v) ayi
(v) ?fixei i' xov a?xou
(v) ,A???8
|ar|vo?, x? x(ov)
x
v
Lk
6:17
and
(v) 7t(ax?)p v
ayi
?a(ioi))
7tp?. fi)i (v) 'Avxovi(oi))
Cfjx. OKXo?pioo) ei? xfjv Ka', it|'
(sic)*
Kai K-?piXX(oa))* ?fjx. OKXo?pioi) ei? x(fjv) ia\ k' x(ov) bc(xov) rcp?. fiji (v) Ea)0(a))
f)|i (v) 'AOavaaUov)
Kai 'Avaaxaaiotr
Mt
(v) 7tavx (v),
11:27-30,
?f)x. KUpiaKfj x (v) ayi
\xxov
Ti|io0(?)oi)
K?' xov ?yi(ot))
15:17
xov
a?.
and
?7tiaK07t(oi))
y' ?no x?
?fixei
KA,fijaevx(o?)
'AyKUpta?)* Jn
?yi(oi))
iepo|i(a)p(xa)poc)
Ky'
(sic)*Mt

4:1-11, KD(piaKf))
|iex? x?
Mt
4:25-5:12
Ni)a(ari?)ot>(pa)vo??,

x(ov) ?eoX?yo-o*
|ir|vo(?) ei? x(f]v) i', k?' f] ?rcavo
?fjx. xov a?xioa))
rpr}yopi(oa))
xov
K0'
x(ov) ?,ei\|/av(oi))
x(ov)
f]
GEnxE\i$pxov
?\
?7iavo8(o?)
?f)x.
Xp?Daoax?ixo-?)*
?,ei\|/av(oi))
8o(?)
x
v
Kai
Xa'
k',
(v)
(v)
K(ai)
ayi
0aa)|aaxo\)py
x(o?) ?yi(oi))
K?p(o\))
lyvaxiioi))*
^fjx. 8eKe(i?pi(ot))
a;
'to??vvoi))* ?f)x. voe|a?pi(o\))
vo?- ?fjx. aa. i' ?K x(ov) Kax(?) A(od
Tp\xp
|i(a)p(x\)po?)
[159v-162v] February: a [xvf|(ar| x(ov) ?yi(oi))

n?axct,

Ke' xov ?yi(oi))

xov K(\)pio)\)
v) l(r|ao)i)
X(piaxo)i)
ei? x(?v) op0(pov)* Lk 1:39 and
ip(
?' ei? xf|v i)7ra7cavx(f|v)
x
Lk
Kai 8iKai
(v) XD-ae iv) Kai
(v)
(v)
2:22-40, y'
ayi
t|', ei? xr\v AeixoDpyiav*
?f]x. ae7txe|a?pio\)
xov
IIoXv)
?no
x?
and
Lk2:25
?yiot)
iepo|a(a)p(xa)po?)
ja?aov, Ky'
?f)x. ei? x(r\v) a)7ca7tavx(fiv)
"Avviri?)*
Mt
11:2-15;
x(fj?) xijxia? Kapa? x(ov) npo8p?(|aoi))*
x?pnov
Jn 12:24?36 y?vrjaOe, k8' j\ ei)pr|ai?
on
as
v ayi
fol. 74v above
Mt
20:1-16
with
x
add.
March:
0'
v)(v)
|_i(a)p(x\)p
xeaaap?KOVx(a)
[162v-165r]
0
Ke'
xfj?
ei? x(f]v) ei)ayyeXia|a?(v)
?f)x. ae7txe|a. ?',
|i? 7taxpi?px(o\))*
357}, K?' |avfi|ar|
{Gregory,
Lk 1:24?38;
i\9 ei? xf|v XeixoDpyiav
0(eo)x(o)KOD
ei? x(?v) op0(pov)* Lk 1:39 and Cfyz. ae7txe|i.
t)7t(ep)ayia?
K?v),

Lk 15:4-7 jiexavooOvxi,
a' x(fj?) oa(ia?) Mapia?
K?' x{ov) ?a(ioa))
x(fj?) Aiyorcxiac*
xov
XiKai
x(o-o)*
?yioi)
?\ Ky'
|i(e)y(aXo)|a<(a)p(xDpo?)
p(oi)) x{ov)
?f)x. aeicxeii?pioa)
Kai e'oayye?Xtaxo?))
ke' x(ov) ?yi(ot))
re
?7to(axo?,oi))
M?pK(o\))*
pyi(oi))* t?fjx. aa. y ?no xo n?axa,
BaaiX?
?- ifyi. aa. y' ?rco xo naax(a);
iepo|a(a)p(XDpo?)
?fjx. OKxo?pio-o tri', k?' x(ov) ?yi(ot))
'A0ava
ei? x(f]v) k0', ?' xov ?yioa)
7Cpo(pfix(oD) eIepe(iioD* ?f]x. io'ovi
[166r-167r] May: a x(ov) ?yi(oa))
[165r-166r] April:
7tp?. fijacov 0eo8

ai(oa))-

?fix. ?Kxo?pi

Jn 19:25-27,21:24-25,

ia', r\ x(ov) ?yi(oi))


la' x(ov) ?yi(oi)) M

?7to(axo?ot))
Ki(oi))

K(ai)

xov @EoX?(yov)
Kai e-oayyeXiax?oi)) ^(awov)
x? yev?OXiov
x(fj?) 7to(?,e ?)* Jn 15:9 and ?f|X. ei?

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(v) 7t(ax?)p v fi|a (v) 'E?U(pavi(oD) Kai Tepiiavo?*


?fix. OKXo?
Ev(a)y. x v 7ta9( v), i?' x (v) ayi
k', Ka' x (v) ?v ayioi?
ia\ ie' x(o?) ?a(iot>) rcp?. f]|i (v) nax
?aaiA,eco(v)
iaiio-o)4 ?fix. iavouapioi)
pi
K vaxavx(ivo\)) Kai 'E??vCn?)*Jn 10:2-9,Ky' x(ov) oa(io\)) X\)|ae (v) x(ov) axo(A,ixoi))* ?f|x. OKXo?puyo Ka;
(v) ?7to(axo
Ttp?. fi|a (v) Mrixpoq>?v(oD)*
?fix. ae7txe|a. ?\ ia' x v ayi
[167r-171v] June: 8' x(ov) oa(ioi))
v
x
cH?,un)
Kai
a5,18'
(v) 7tpo(prix( v)
ayi
X(?v) Bap0oXo|iaio\)
(sic) Kai
?fix. voe^pi
Bapva?a*
x
v
xov
Lk
k9'
Lk
x?
'EXxacaxov(v) Kai
1:1-25.57-68.76.80,
ayi
4:22-30, k8'
yev?aiov
npo8p?(|aoi))*
v
x
v a7to(ax??i
Kai ei? ?yKaivia* Mt 16:13-19, ?,'
(v) i?'
v) n?xpoi)
ayi
K(ai) nai)Xot),
Kopa>9ai
a
kv.
Kax(?) Ao\)(K?v);
?rco(axotaov)*
?f*|X.
v ayi
a, ?' x? Kaxa
(v) Koaja?
(v) ?vapyi)p
K(ai) Aajiiavo?)*
?f)x. voe|i?pi(OD)
[171v] July, end lost: a' x
x(?) a

0?aia xov (aacpopUoi))x(fj?) ?yi(ac) @(eo)x(?)KOD-Lk 1:39 and?fix. aercx. ti', t\ x(ov) ?yi(ou)
k,

ia' x(fj?) ?yiac

|a(?)p(x'upoc)
x

(v) rc(ax?)
op(oi)?)
|a(?)p(x'?poc) Ei)cpriiai(a?),
i'
a?.
Kai
Kax(?)
(v) )j,(a)p(xi)p v) KTpi)K(ot>)
(v) ayi
'IoD^fix(ri?)* ^fyx.
v x (v) rest missing;
(v) x^ rc(ax?)p
A(oi)K?v),
i?' x (v) ayi
x(fj?) xi|ai(a?) ? vn?* ?f|X. ico. te Kax(?) A(oi)K?v);
[?72r-?73r]Augist, beginning lost [kB]Mk 6:14-30, Xa x? Kax(a)0eaia
aa. ?nx x?A,ot>?, ?' Mk 16:1 and
28:16
Mt
and
a'
?
0iva
?fix. x ayi
?vaax?ai|aa*
[173v-178r] E?ayy?Aaa
IIpoK07tio\)??fix.ae7txen?pio\)
p v ?fix. aeTtxeji. x?\ xe x

?fix. KDpuxKfj y5 ?no


vriai|a(0D),
Xa,

xo (sic) n?ax(a),

?fix. ei? xf\v ?va^r|\|/iv,


21:1-14, ia ?fyc. x aa???x
?'

l'Jn
'AKoX.o'oOeiai
[178v-179v]
book: ei? ?yKaivia
vao?,
v), ei?

|iovax(

(a)x(fj)-ia)

y' Mk

16:9-20,

? Jn 20:1-10,

x(ov)

8' Lk 24:1-12,
r\ Jn 20:11-18,0'

e' Lk 24:12 and ??fix. xfj y9 x(fj?) Suxki


Jn 20:19 and ?fyi. Kt>pi. x? ?vxircaa

xfj? nevxr|Koaxf??;

(sic) ei? 8iacpopoi)?

cross-references

ei?

?Gv

with
%i?p(a?),
cpo?oD Kai ?mSpoiafiv

|ivfi(ir|v
v, ei? ?aGevowxa?,
yovaiK

v Kai

to readings

elsewhere

Tceipaa*a?(v),

ei?

ei? Koi|iri0(?vxa?),

ei? x(ot)?)

ei?

in the

(a)x(f\\ia)

i?5 ?7co(axoXoi)?),

ei? x(oi)?) o5a7C0(axo?,0D?),ei? |i(a)p(x'i)pa?), ei? iepo|a(a)p(xDpa?), ei? iepapxa?, ei? (rcp xo)iepapxr|v,
ei? ?a(ioD?), ei? ayia? yt>va?K(a?), ei? 7ipo(pfix(a?),ei? ?a (iaxoi)?;
[179v] scribal colophon
J;?v x v SiKai v.

in Sofia, National

Leaf

Single

{Clark,

pi. lxxi}: IT?vr|xa a

Library, Ms

?e X(piax)?

gr. 2, 300 x 226 mm

xi ?eoS

yeypoxp

(originally between

"aovaaxCfl)Kai

fols. 16 and 17 of W.520):

[lr-v]Mk 16:1-8; [lv]Tfj ?* x(fj?) y e?8.* Jn 4: 46-49.


- Mute iota omitted. - No
and Punctuation:
biangular breathing marks; small circumflexes.
text except for K(ai) and the
in the Gospel
No abbreviations
Small commas and middle points.
diaereseis.
notation throughout. - Old Testament
nomina sacra.Numerous
abbreviations in the liturgical notes. - Ekphonetic

Diacritics

quotations

not

marked.

e civil? 9 [1985]:
{Hatch, pi. lxviii, and Clark, pi. liii: fol. 115r; Stoianov,
fig. 1} (see also Crisci, Scittura
103-45, esp. 130 and 132): upright pointed majuscule
{majuscola ogivale diritta, spit^tbogige senkrechte Un?ale),
text copied by a single hand. A second, contemporary
hand (B)
sometimes called "Slavonic uncial." - Gospel
added the ekphonetic notation and the tides, liturgical notes and initials. There are occasional small corrections to
text (fols. 35v, 39v, 68r, and lOlv), in brown ink, probably done by hand B.
the Gospel

Script

Ink: dark brown. - Titles, liturgical notes,


notation and quire signatures
Ekphonetic
Parchment:
164,167,
removed;
Ruling:
mm];

and initials in vermilion,

magenta

or (very rarely: fols. 97r, 120r) blue.

in vermilion.

of noticeably varying thickness, with occasional


small defects (fols. 23, 29, 34, 37, 67,120,135,143,
C.
and 179).
"Goat-like; careful selection; hair removed; follicles mainly
Clarkson]:
[Note by
'medium' to 'heavy' (0.13-0.23 mm) in weight."
both sides polished;

- 21 x 2 lines
system 1; type C 22C2a.
per page; justification
hardpoint;
interlinear distance ca. 10 mm; writing standing on the ruling lines.

x 150 (66 + 22 + 62)

[205-210

2x8
3x8
Quires:
(47), 2 (49: text missing),
(fol. 16), 7 (23: fol. 23 single, text missing),
136 single, text missing), 4x8
6
5
fols.
175-77
(174),
(179:
(168),
singles).

10x8

(129), 7 (136: fol.

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Greek numbers
surrounded by colored circles, Se1: a (f. lr), ?' (9r), y' (Sofia, Gr. 2, fol. Ir),
Quire
Signatures:
e
8' (24r),
(32r), ?' (40r), if (50r), ia' (58r), i?' (66r), iy' (74r), x? (82r), irf (90r), 10' (98r), k (106r), k<x' (11
4r), K?' (122r), Ke' (137r), K? (145r), k? (153r), Krf (161r), K0' (169r), X (175r).
Pagination:
probably done by F. I. Uspenskii
blue ink, Sm, continuous.
Foliation:

probably

by Dorothy

Miner,

in 1898 (see Mo?iN,

in pencil,

in Ohrid: Recueil de travaux, 165-66, with

n. 6), in

Se, continuous.

with modern
post-Byzantine,
repairs: red velvet (added probably by Gruel) over squared wooden
- The book block has been
and flyleaf of unwatermarked
boards, flat spine, raised endbands, pastedowns
paper.
trimmed, but a few folios (e.g., 129-30) still have prickings extant on all three sides.
[Notes by G. Petherbridge]:
mm
ca.
"Four sewing stations,
from head. Possibly original, but with some parts hitched
and 244
41, 108,175,
"From X-rays we see that the previous binding had ring and edge-fin fastenings at the head
and some overcast."
and tail. The pins in the upper board are now missing,
in,
except that at the tail-edge, which has been hammered
The
of
holes
for anchoring the ring-straps." - "Twelve nail (?) holes
Gruel.
lower
board
shows
probably by
pairs
form a square in the upper board, possibly indicating the former presence of ametal emblem (?)."

Binding:

inminuscule
hand, s.XII-XIII,
[178r, upper and lower margin]
[179v] pale brown ink, copy of the colophon
Kai.
same hand and ink: K(i)pi)e
Kai
|
KaXf) fj axfi\|/i?
K(i)pi)e
KaXfj fi axfjiin?
eD?,oyr||j,(?v)r|
[179v]
vermilion
ink, paschal table for the years ?yKE??xpXC,
(1217?27); probably the same hand has added in vermilion
starting with f]X(o?) 7tA,(ayio?)
liturgical notes in the upper margins of each reading for the Mt and Lk weekends,

Marks:

ia' [81v], as well as the following:


8', ? 0(iv?v) a' [51v] and ending with fix(o?) nX(?yxo?,) 8', ? 0(iv?v)
[168v,
N.
transcribed
lower margin]
Aiaxayfi
ei? x(fiv) \|/fipav. Tp?cpe ei? ?,et>Ka? ^fi^ov Kai
Oikonomides)
(as
by
aou. "H ?(eox?)Ko?
Kai rc?vxa eiprjvetm* (pvXa^?v \xox
t?pxeto jcpo? x?v K(\)pio)v
0?? ei? x(?) y?v(r|)ja?v
KaX?. ^Plpa ?mKaxapaxo?
x? y?vrmav
? xo Ziv? x? ?po?, Ma?pe
? xfj? Kri?oxo? x? ^vXov Kai
?pKi
xo
xov
ae
8e
x?
r\
&(eo)vxodx(?v)
ovojiav
jar| \iov aSiKeiafj?
aSiKeiafj?
?p
cp?priv ?x
y?vri|iav
e??
?
xov Il(ax)p(?)?
Kai xov cYioi) Kai xov ?yioi) nv(ei)jaa
Kai x?Xriv
ariv ae e?? x? ovojia
ax?jiav
+ T?v rpi|_i??,8ov
s.
xo)?, vv(v).
A,fixp(a?) y'
(transcr. Oikonomides)
[176v, lower margin] brown ink, XII-XIV
... \iov
xov B?xfi
xov
xov
xov
x(?v)
|iiav,
[ixav,
MayKD7ta
?fixpav
Mfixafi?,
MixarjA,
Xvxp?v
(fiiiiaeiav),

yopov

...

+ T?v
same hand and ink (transcr. Oikonomides)
Xr\x
rpi|i?X8ov
(erased), [179r, lower margin]
...
+
+ Ilavae(?aaxe)
ae(?ac)x(e)
[Ke](paXfi \i...
[178v, upper margin] brown ink: Kay
p(a?)
(erased)
7toi xov ax(ai))p?v
hand
|ao\) + + +
[175r, lower margin] black ink, inexperienced
(transcr. Oiko
?eoxapi?
+ eii(e??) 7to?,?|.ioD)!(ev) aicpovrjav
xod
xai
?
?
xai
Kai
7tepri
yo)iaxr|OD
Baafi^(ri?)
Il?xpo?
nomides)
..
Kai
a7t
xa
o
va
8i
Kai
va
Kai
y
dxi? e?pi)0ri
ejj,a?
exr|
xvexojaev
jiipix(i)Ka
BaaiX,ri(?)
Ilpo Sio?
... hand (transcr. Oikonomides)
x(od?) xpi? avcpi?aXri av
[73r, outer margin] dark brown ink, inexperienced
... 7tpoKrmevov
... r|v xov Xaov axrixoaev
+ E?aKeAr|a>v xodxov
Ka.exo.. dioi
jaexa .. Kovova
aicj apx(fj?)
outer
166v
additional
160v
144v
0(eo)i)
upper margin]
upper margin,
margin,
liturgical
[137v upper margin,
notes in the margin, by two different hands ? [121v, 137v, 156r, 164r, 166v] ornament or initial letters copied in
the margin in black ink, by different hands - [169r, lower margin] pale brown ink: rponNHna
[back pastedown]
dark brown ink: TporiNH [179v, outer margin] black ink: TKpOBNHY [lr] in dark blue ink: "49"
[58r] in black ink
outer
next
to
outer
in
in
and in pencil: "9" (two times)
initial]
[173v,
margin]
pencil: "oiseau," [179v,
margin
in
"G.VII.8"
du
Walters
scribe"
shelfmark)
[front pastedown]
(old
[passim] stains
pencil:
pencil: "signature
from wax drops.
af|avov

...

Lost Marks:
[49v, lower page; 103v, lower margin] two erased long notes in black ink, illegible under ultra-violet
?
cut out - [179] the paschal table continued on both sides of one more folio,
lower
[178]
light
margin of folio
of which only the stub with the beginnings of the lines remains after fol. 179.
Provenance:

in the church of St. Nicholas

35, and 37 also belonged

to this church:

in or near Ohrid (Ohrid, Naroden muzej, mss. 3, 6,


of Gropnica
see MosiN,
in Ohrid: Recueil de travaux, 185, 188-90, 206-8; cf. Munk,

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- no. 49 in the
church of St. Clement,
library of the metropolitan
Minijatura ujugoslaviji, pis. xxi, xxii)
from
in 1898)
H.
there by F. I. Uspenskii
Walters
Gruel, Paris.
probably
purchased by

Ohrid

(seen

on fols. 2r, 3r, 7v, 8v, 9r, 9v, and 58r, which are outlined inmagenta
and on 94r,
Except for those
in vermilion, all the ornamented
initials are thinly outlined in brown ink, evidently by the scribe himself
the K(ai) abbreviations
found in the lowermost text line of
(who also supplied with elegant decorative extensions
some pages). The initials were then colored by the rubricator (cf. above under "Script"): the vermilion used for
the ekphonetic
signs and the titles is also found throughout the ornamentation. The headpieces are outlined in

Dating:
outlined

in brown or vermilion,
the quire signatures, in brown. Script and ornament are
? There are
of which closest to
very few dated examples of upright pointed majuscule,
contemporary.
is cod. London, BL, Harley 5598, a. 995 (Paleogr. Soc, Lpls. 26-27; Spatharakis,
W.520
Corpus, fig. 60). The
headbands on fols. 137v, 173v, and 178v are of the "fret-saw" (Laubs?ge) type that is only attested in the tenth
the headbands,

vermilion,
doubtless

The three
Buchmalerei, 18-22, with figs. 116-17,121-32,
141-44,148-49,156-59).
to
ornament
the
of
echo
the
of the tenth
second
half
(lr, 50r, 58r) appear
(Bluttenblatl)
headpieces
"flower-petal"
- W.520
a.
can
A
cf.
58r
Lavra
992
cod.
be
with
19,
century;
esp.
(Lake, IILpl. 162; Spatharakis,
fig. 57).
e
to the second half of the tenth century
civil? 9 [1985]: 132).
(see also Crisci, Scittura
generally dated
century

(see Weitzmann,

References:
"OTHeTb

o AeflTeAbHocTH

PyccKaro

ApxeoAoranecKaro

MHCTHTyra

bt> KoHCTaHTHHonoAe

bt>

1898-mt>

roAy.

IL

MaKeAOHHH," I^vestiia Russkago Arkheologicheskago Institu?a vKonstantinopolie IV.3 (1899): 135 and 138.
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 347 f. with pis. liii
and lxxi.
W. H. P. Hatch,

on
The Principal Uncial Manuscripts of theNew Testament (Chicago, 1939), pi. lxvii, with description
the facing page.
M. Stoianov,
Codicesgraeci manuscripti Bibliothecae "Cyrilli etMethodii" Serdidensis (Sofia, 1973), 25f. with pi. 1.
I. Spatharakis,
Corpus ofDated Illuminated Greek Manuscripts to theYear 1453 (Leiden, 1981), 73 with fig. 528, cat. 301.
K. Weitzmann,
Die byzantinische Buchmalerei des 9. und 10. Jahrhunderts. Addenda undAppendix
(Vienna, 1996), 92 with
685-88.
figs.

W.521

"IMPERIAL"

MENOLOGION

Parchment

and paper (fols. 1-11, 22, 34,178-91,


i+295+i folios,
(fols. 12-21, 23-33, 35-177,192-254)
255-95),
300 x 230 mm, second quarter of the eleventh century, Constantinople
late
sixteenth
and
century,
(parchment folios)
Eastern Mediterranean
(paper folios)
Illustrations:

(see also Sevcenko,


46-58):
[25r] {Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 17; Sevcenko,
fig. 6; Der Nersessian,
cat.
Arts
the
12
Analekta
98;
MA,
3;
ii,
slaviane,
Moschonas,
Iu^hnye
of
pi.
(1963): fig. 1}Martyrdom of
Sts. Theopempus and Theonas (78 x 150); [28r] {Sevcenko,
figs. 1 and 8; Moschonas,
fig. 2} Death of St. Paul ofThebes
(75 x 147); [36r] {WaltersArt Gallery, 119; Sevcenko,
fig. 10; Spatharakis,
fig. 533; Early Chr. andBy% Art, pi. xcix,
cat. 707; Diehl,
and
Burial
Byzantium, 237; Moschonas,
fig. 3} Martyrdom
of theProphetMicah (82 x 151); [38r]
x 151); [48v] {Sevcenko,
Studies, fig. 262; Sevcenko,
{Weitzmann,
fig. 12;Moschonas,
fig. 4} Baptism ofChrist (80
51
Revue
AJA
(1947): pi. cix.b; Moschonas,
fig. 14;Weitzmann,
fig. 5; idem,
(1946), 4} John the Baptist Preaching
x
x 152); [56v] {Sevcenko,
(77
151), [50v] {Sevcenko,
fig. 16;Moschonas,
fig. 6} Martyrdom of St. Zoticus (77
fig.
x
DOP 16 (1962): fig. 7; Sevcenko,
18;Moschonas,
148); [61r] {Sevcenko,
fig. 7} Martyrdom of St. Polyectus (77
fig.
REB 31 (1973): fig. 5} St. Marcianus (77 x 147); [70v] {Sevcenko,
20; Moschonas,
fig. 8;Walter,
fig. 22;
x 150);
Moschonas,
[86r] {Sevcenko,
fig. 24; Moschonas,
fig. 9} St. Theodosius (76
fig. 10} Martyrdom of St. Tatiana
x
Der
96; Moschonas,
Nersessian,
(77
152); [88r] {Sevcenko,
fig. 26;
fig. 11} Martyrdom of Sts. Hermolus and
Stratonicus (77 x 157); [92v] {Sevcenko,
fig. 28; Moschonas,
fig. 12} Martyrdom of theMonks ofSinai and Raithu (75 x
in Vi^antiia,

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39 (2002): fig. 11; Vikan, fig. 19; Sevcenko,


150); [96r] {D'Aiuto, RSBN
fig. 30; Moschonas,
fig. 13} St. John
x
Veneration
the
St.
Chains
Peter (81 x 147);
152); [105r] {Sevcenko,
Kalybites (77
fig. 32; Moschonas,
fig. 14}
of
of

[113v] {Sevcenko, fig. 34;Moschonas, fig. 15}Death ofSt.Antony (78 x 152); [129v] {Sevcenko, fig. 36;
Moschonas,
(74 x 150); [151r] {Spatharakis,
fig. 38; Moschonas,
fig. 16} St. Athanasius
fig. 534; Sevcenko,
fig.
x
Revue
St.
Alexandria
17}
147); [155v] {Sevcenko,
(75
(1946), 5} St.
Cyril of
fig. 40; Moschonas,
fig. 18; idem,
x 154); [200r] {Sevcenko,
Theodotus (73 x 149); [158v] {Sevcenko,
fig. 19} St. Euthymius (77
fig. 42; Moschonas,
x 150); [203v] {Galavaris, Hell?nik? techn?,
fig. 20} Martyrdom of St. Neophytus (72
fig. 63;
fig. 44; Moschonas,
Randall,

Illuminated Book, fig. ii-25.c; Moschonas,


pi. 4; Vikan, fig. 18; Sevcenko,
fig. 46; Diringer,
x
St.
152); [207v] {Sevcenko,
Timothy (77
of
fig. 48; Moschonas,
fig. 22} Martyrdom of St. Clement

Masterpieces,

fig. 21} Martyrdom

ofAnkara (78 x 149); [228r] {Sevcenko, fig. 50;Moschonas, fig. 23} Death ofSt. Eusebia/Xene (75 x 146); [234v]
DOP

16 (1962): fig. 9; Sevcenko,


(72 x 145).
Gregory ofNa^an^us
{Sevcenko,

fig. 52; Weitzmann,

fig. 24} St.

Studies, fig. 265; Moschonas,

Preussischer Kulturbesitz,
Single leaf (not seen by me) in Berlin, Staatsbibliothek
x 144).
mm: [lr] {Harlfinger,
fig. 4} St. Silverster (77
fig. 8; Sevcenko,

Ms.

graec.

in fol. 31, 303 x 220

xov
[lr-v] Table ofContents: nivai;
Ikov?od
) 7tp x(fj)- ,A|aq)i?,o%io'u enxGK?n(ov)
?i?Aaot);
iavoa)ap(i
ei? x(?v)
rcapovxo?
[lv-llr] Miyvi
v
xov
Ka7ura
x?
og(xov)
Baai?(eioi))
?nxGKOn(ov)
K(ai)
Kaiaapi(a?)
?iov
7i(ax)p(o)?
fp
ei?
Qai)\xaxa
BHG
254-55:
Combefis, Amphilochii Opera, 155-88,
247-52,
EV(X)?(yi]G)ov
{CPG 3253,
SoKi(a?). A?G7tox(a),
x avx?
?'* Bio? Kai 7toA,ixeia xov ?g(xov)
7t(ax)p(?)?
197-206};
[Berol. gr. 2? 31, lr-v; 12r-22r] Mr|vi
v
1632e:
'P
Halkin,
jari?
20-33};
{BHG
XiA?eaxpO'? apxiemoK?TiO'?
[23r-24v] Life of theProphet
M?nologe,
ip

Text:

(see also Halkin,

AnBoll

57 [1939]: 232-36;

idem, M?nologe,

14-18):

x a\)x
lost {BHG 1014e: Halkin, M?nologe, 34-37};
?'* "A0Xr|Gi? x v
[25r-27v] Mr|(vi)
v xov X(pxGxo)v
?e
2444:
v?
Kai
Halkin, JOB 30
\i(a)p(xvp(?v)
{BHG
0eo7t?|_i7txo\)
x avx?
e'* Bio? Kai noXxxExa xov ?gxov n(ax)p(o)q
fi|i v ITa^oi)
(1981): 152-55};
[28r-35v] Mr|(vi)
xov ?rj?aioa)
1468c:
Halkin, M?nologe, 47-58};
{BHG
[36r-37v] Tfj a\)xfj Tp?pa- cY7t?|avrma ei? xov ayiov
x a\)x
1281e:
Kai ?v?o^ov
?- Tov
69-72};
{BHG
Halkin,M?nologe,
[38r-48r] Mr|(vi)
7tpo(pfixr|v Mi%aiav

Malachias, beginning
v Kai ?v?o^
ayi

?v ?yioi?

7t(ax)p(?)? fi|i v Tpriyopioi) xov ?EoX?yov ?,oyo? ei? x? ayia

(p xa {CPG 3010 (39),BHG

x avx& ?' fY7t?|avrma


SC 358:150-96
1838b: PG 36:336-60,
plus Halkin, M?nologe, 75}; [48v-50r] Mr|(vi)
xe
xov
xov
l avvriv
Kai
Kai
ayiov
ei? (sic)
X(pxGxo)v
?a7txiaxfiv
{BHG
7tpoq)fixr|v, 7tp?Spo|a?v
?v?o^ov
x
auct.
avx&
Kai
icoAaxeia
838e: Halkin, M?nologe, 76-79};
and Nov.
(Kai) ^ap
rf* Bio?
[50v-56r] M[rj](vi)
xov rcx %oxpoq>o'u {BHG and Nov. auct. 2479: Aubineau,
x\)piov xov ?v ?yioi?
7caxp?? Tp v Zc?xikou
AnBoll93

(1975): 71-84};
noX\)ei)KXO'?

x
[56v-60v] Mr|(vi)
1568d:
Halkin,
{BHG

avx?

9'* "A0?,r|cn?

xov ayiot)

Kai

?v?o^ot)
x a?x

xov
[i?pxvpoq
i'* Bio? Kai

[61r-70r] Mr|(vi)
X(pxGXo)v
M?nologe, 84-91};
Kai oIkov?iiod
noXxxExa xov og(xov) n(ax)p(o)q
xfj? jaeya?ri? ekkXk]
7rpec?i)xepoD
f]|a v MapKiavou
x
xa- Bio? Kai 7toA,i
avx&
1034b:
Mri(vi)
100-113};
[70v-74v, 83r-85v]
(oia?)
{BHG
Halkin,M?nologe,
v
xov
1778b:
?eo?oaioi)
xeia xov og(xov)
Halkin,
Tp
KOivo?iap%o'?
{BHG
M?nologe, 125-37};
7i(ax)p(?)?
{BHG 648e incl. 648d: Halkin,
[75r?82v] Fragment from theUfe of St. Euthymius, beginning and end missing
x avx&
104 (1986): 453-55};
i?'- "A0?r|CH? xfj? ?yia?
[86r-87v] M?tfvi)
M?nologe, 138-49; cf. Noret, AnBoll
auct.
1699d:
BHG
and
Nov.
Kai evSo^ov
Halkin,
[88r-92r]
Taxiavfi?
{
M?nologe, 150-53};
7tap0evo^i?px'Dpoc
v
v
v
xov
v
x
x
Kai
Kai
avx&>
|aapx\)p
Zxpaxo
X(pxGXo)v
fEp|a,\)?,oD
iy'* "A0?r|cn?
ayi
?vSocj
Mr|(vi)
[92v-95v] M?i(vi)
{BHG and Nov. auct. 745b: Halkin, AnBoll 89 (1971): 40-45; idem, M?nologe, 157-64};
v fi|i v x v ?v Xiv? Kai fPa?0o? ?v
x v ?c?cov 7t(ax?)p
x avx& i?'- Bio? Kai noXxxExa Kai ?0?r|cn?
XE' Bio? Kai noXxxExa
x avx?
v) {BHG 1307d: Halkin,
"Moines," 267-73};
[96r-104v] Mr|(vi)
aipe0?vx(
v
xov
avvoa)
869b:
xov ogxov
?i?
'I
Halkin, M?nologe, 173-85};
nx(?%ov {BHG
X(piax?)v
7t(ax)p(?)? fi|i
v?kod

x avx& x?- Aoyo?


? xov ?yioa) Kai Kopa)
ei? xf)v rcpocTKUvriGiv xfj? xi|aia? ?Mce
[105r-113r] Mr|(vi)
x avx&
v
x
1486a:
Halkin,
?noGXOX(?(v) n?xpou
x?'
{BHG
[113v-129r] Mr|(vi)
M?nologe, 197-212};
cpaiot)
viov
v
xov
141d:
'Avx
Halkin, M?nologe, 228-48};
(Kai) Oaujiaxoupyov
{BHG
7t(ax?)pa fi|_i
'EyK jaiov ei?
x avx?
nf- Bio? Kai 7io?,ixeia xov ogxov
7t(ax)p(?)?
fm
[129v-150v] Mri(vi)
183a:
Gxov ap%te7UGK(o)rc(oi))
Halkin,
249-77};
{BHG
M?nologe,
'AXe^av?peia?

v Kai

?|iota)yrixo?)

[151r-155r] Tfj a-oxfj

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'AGava

xov ?gxov n(ax)p(o)q


{BHG
'A^e^av?peia?
?pxie7tiGK07toa)
%i v KupiMoi)
fm?(pa)* Bio? Kai rco^ixeia
xov
x
a\)x
Kai
10'*
Kai
7to?,ixeia
2096: Halkin, M?nologe, 278-84};
Mri(vi)
Bio?
|aapx<)piov
[155v-158r]
7to?,e ? Kuprivia?
?eo?oxo-o
xfj? Kvnpov
{BHG 2437:
?yiot)
?p%(x)EnxGK(o)n(ov)
iepo|i(a)p(x\)po?)
kx
Kai
rcoXixeia
xo?
avx&
7t(ax)
?g^ou)
Halkin,inANTIAQPON,
1:170-74};
Bio?
[158v-199v] Mr|vi
x a?)x(
) Ka'- "AQXi(\
{BHG 649a: Halkin, M?nologe, 297-339};
[200r-203r] Mri(vi)
ip v E\)0\)|aioa)
BZ 75 (1982): 2-5};
gi? xov ?yio-o ?v?o^oi)
Neocpuxot)
{BHG and Nov. auct. 1326b: Halkin,
|aeya^o|aapx'upo?
xov
x
x?v
Kai
?7tOGXo?,ov
) K?'- eY7t?|ivr||ia ei?
ayiov
a?x(
?v?o^ov
X(pxGXO)v Ti
[203v-207r] Mr|(vi)
x
aa)x(
) Ky'- "A0?triGi? xov ?yioi)
{BHG 1848b: Halkin, M?nologe, 345-51};
|io0eov
[207v-227v] Mri(vi)
p(?)?

?7iiGK(?)7t(o'?)
'AyK?pa? Kai 'Aya0ayy??o\),
KA,fi|ievxo?
iepo|i(a)p(x'opo?)
lacking text after fol. 207 {BHG
~
837D xo?? ?X?oi?-893A
354d:
PG 114:816A-B
kXKVGax [np?q xfiv eUGe?eiav],
?ve%o|j,e0a
plus Halkin,
x
avx&
Kai
rcoXixeia
ko'*
xfj? OGia? E?Ge?iac
Bio?
xfj? |aexovo|iaG
M?nologe, 352f.}; [228r-234r] Mr|vi
x ai)x(
) Ke'- Bio? Kai noXxxExa
OeiGri? S?vri? {BHG 634a: Halkin, M?nologe, 355-63};
[234v-258r] Mr|vi
xov og(xov)
K
(v)Gxavxivoamo(Xe
?) xov OeoX?yo'?
7t(ax)p(?)? fiia v Tpr|yopio\)
?p%(i)?7tiGK(o)7t(oa))
xov
T
723:
PG
Tto?axeia
avx?
vxo?, xfj?
Sevocp
{BHG
35:244-304};
|ar|vi k?- Bio? K(ai)
[258r-267r]
1878: PG
5?G7toxa{I3HG
'ApKa?ioi) Kai 'Ico?vvot). E'6(X)?(yr|Gov),
G\)^?io-o Kai x v xeKv v awoi)
?o-u? ?7t?%ov ?nx xfj
k?- cY7t?|avri|aa xvnov iGXOpia? KecpaXai
[267v-272r] Mrjvi x avx?
xov
xov
Qexov
SeG7toxa
K(ai) iepo? Xp'?GOGx?)i(o'o).
E\)(?,)o(yriGOv),
{BHG
?vaKOjja?fj
xijaioi) Xeiyavoi)
xov ?gxov
x
SH 60:474-86};
avx?
Kai
and Nov. auct. 877: Halkin,
7to?axeia
kt\- Bio?
[272r-277r] Mr|vi
114:1014-43};

7t(ax)p(?)? ip v 'E(ppai(ixov I,vp(ov). Ea)(X?yr|G)ov, 8eG7tox(a) {BHG 584:PG 114:1253-68}; [277r-285r]


Mr|vi

X'- l

avx?

v ?oyo?
E\)%atx
|aaKapiox?xo\)
xov
BaGiXeiov
?vvriv
XpDG?GXO|iov,
xov

?vvot)
l

Kai

n(a
|a,iaGxiK?? ei? xoi)? ?yiou?
xov
Kai
0eo?i?
jaeyav
Tpriy?piov
28 (1882): 106-19, no. 178}; [285v-291v]

?yK
xov

x?)pa?
?iSaGKaXoD?
?eGTtoxa {BHG 747: Lagarde, AbhG?'ttGesWiss
yov. E\)(X)?(yr|Gov),
x v ?yi(
Xa- Bio? K(ai) |aapx\)piov
v) K(ai) ?v8o^(
v) 0ai)|aaxo\)py(
v) K?poi) K(ai)
Mrjvi x ai)x
471:
PG
5I (av)voi). AeG7toxa,
ei)(X)o(yr|G)ov,
{BHG
114:1232-49};
colophon: x?Xo? |xriv?? iavvouapioi)
i?'* To? ?v ?yioi?
7t(ax)p(?)?
fi|a v 'I ?vvo'O ?p%XEnxGKOn(ov) K vGx(a)v(xi
[291v-294v] OevpioDapico)
Kai ei? xfiv
vo\))7toX,e
? xov Xpa)GOGx?|a(o\))
?yK paov ei? xov Me?ixiov
apxiemGKOTtov
'Avxioxeia?
x
v
SeGTtoxa
BHG
1244:
PG
gvveXQ?vxmv.
G7to\)?Tiv
Ev(X)?(yy\Gov),
{CPG 4345,
50:515-20}.
Blank

llv,

Pages:

22v, 295r-v.

- Mute iota omitted. - Occasional


biangular breathing marks, small circumflexes.
double accents over (lev and 8?. No diaereseis over I and V, except for disassociation.
High points and
? Kai
a
v
or
at
text
final
often
abbreviated
the
end
of
line. ? Quotations
abbreviated;
?
occasionally
periods.
in the left margin. - Fols. 1?11, 22, 34,178?91,
marked with
255?94: rounded breathing marks, small
-\
commas, high points, and periods;
circumflexes; mute iota omitted; diaereseis used only for disassociation;
Kai and common endings sometimes abbreviated.
and Punctuation:

Diacritics

Script

pi. i; Sevcenko,
fig. 1}: one hand through all the parchment folios (incl. fols. 75-82):
?
with occasionally heightened
X, y, ?, and K and characteristic ev and GX ligatures.
x.
255?94: small sloping minuscule with heightened

"Elementi,"
calligraphic minuscule

{D'Aiuto,

Regular
Fols. 1-11, 22, 34,178?91,

to dark brown;
initials and titles in vermilion.

Ink: medium

brown

initials and titles

inmagenta.

- Fols.

1-11, 22, 34,178-91,

255-94:

black;

Parchment:
high quality, with very few defects (e.g., fols. 12, 61,173, 245, 253: lower margins, 209: outer
"Careful selection; hair removed; follicles mainly removed; polished
surface. A
[Note by C. Clarkson]:
margin).
wide variety of thicknesses,
(0.14-0.32 mm)."
ranging from 'medium' to Very heavy' in weight
30 mm; watermarks
181-82, 185-86,191,
258,
Paper: folded infolio; chaindistance
(fols. 1, 3-5, 9, 11, 22,178,
no. 568; Likhachev,
260, 263, 268, 271, 274, 276-78, 280, 282, 286, 288, 290, 292, 294) very similar to Briquet,
no. 808; Mare?, Filigranele, no. 1002 - Mare?
incl. also the corresponding
found on fols. 6, 7,
countermarks,
pi. 4,
10, 34,179,
180, 183, 190, 255-58, 261-62, 264, 279, 281, 283-85, 287, 293, 295
(in
fragments of watermarks

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the strips of paper added to the outer margins


and Likhachev,
Piccard; Anker, nos. V.104-6;

similar to Briquet,

of fols.

110, 186-87, 257, 265, 290)


nos.
and 624.
1858,1935,
pi. 4,

no. 563;

- Fols.
255-95: hardpoint;
1-11, 22, 34,178-91,
system 1; type B 12C2.
system unclear,
Ruling:
hardpoint;
x
two
26
in
00D1.
lines
140 (60+20+60)-150
columns; justification
type
per page
[205-210
(65+23+62) mm],
interlinear distance 8 mm. ? Fols. 1?11, 22, 34,178?91,
255?94: 26 lines per page in one column,
justification
x
mm.
interlinear
9
distance
153-155
[225
mm],
10 (fol. 10), 1 (11), 7 (18: fol. 18 single, text missing),

Quires:

8 (26: fol. 22 replaced with

paper),

1 (27), 6 (33), 1

(34), 5x8 (74), 8 (82: fols. 76 and 81 singles), 11x8 (170), 7 (177: fol. 171 single), 1 (178), 8 (186), 5 (191: fol. 188
single), 7x8 (247), 7 (254:fol. 248 single), 1 (255), 4x10 (295).
lac, 75-82,

83-177,
Quire

of Parchment

Order

Original

Signatures:

Folios:

lacuna, Berolin.
lac.
lac, 208-54,

lac, 192-207,
in dark brown

ink, (occasionally

graec. 2? 31, fols. 12-21,

erased) Armenian

lac, 23-33,

lac, 35-74,

lac,

Im2: ill (fol. 18v), p (19r, 26v), q

numerals

(27r),n (35r,42v), h (43r, 50v), p (51r, 58v), t (59r, 66v), ft (67r, 74v), ]d (75r, 82v), d (83r, 90v), dm (91r) in

numerals Im2: a (18v), ?' (19r, 27v), y (28r), ?' (35r, 42v), e (43r, 50v), ?
(51r, 58v), ?
74v:
corrected in black ink to 9s), 6' (75r, 82v), i' (83r, 90v), ia (91r, 98v), i?' (99r, 106v), if
(59r, 66v), r\ (64r,
(107r, 114v), l?' (115r, 122v), ie (123r, 130v), x? (131r, 138v), i?' (139r, 146v), ix\ (147r, 154v), 10' (155r,
162v), k (163r, 170v), Ka (171r), K?' (192r, 199v), Ky (200r, 207v), k5' (208r, 215v), ke (216r, 223v), k?-'
- in black
ink, by the hand that copied fols. 1-11, 22,
(224r, 231 v), k? (232r, 239v), Krf (240r, 247v), K0' (248r)
a
Greek
Im2:
numerals
34,178-91,
255-94,
(fol. llv), ?' (18v), y (26v), ?' (34v), e (42v), ?
(50v), ? (58v), r\

dark gray ink, Greek

(66v), 0' (74v), i (82v), ia


Catchwords:

in black

(90v: corrected from i), i?' (98v), if

ink, by the hand

that copied fols.

1-11,

(106v),

l?' (114v), ie

22, 34,178-91,

255-94,

(the year when Berol. gr. 2? 31 was acquired); pale brown


Pagination:
pre-1866
to
numbers
the table of contents of fol. Ir, Se: 1 (fol. lv)-17
(llr), 21 (12v)-577
Foliation:

current,

in pencil,

probably

by Dorothy

Miner,

(122v), x?

(130v).

Im3.

ink, the same hand added page


(294v).

Se.

? There has been


a. 1963, red leather over
boards, flat spine, parchment flyleaves.
squared wooden
some prickings in its outer margin. ?
trimming (cf. the size of Berol. gr. 2? 31); only fol. 252 preserves
of the manuscript's
old binding which remains in the Patriarchal Library of Alexandreia: Moschonas,
Photograph
12 (1963): 20bis. - [Note by C. Clarkson]:
Analekta
29, 84, 146, 212,
"Original sewing stations visible; V-nicks;
272 mm from head."
Binding:
noticeable

xov Korcio?vxa
Ke aivepxo?vxa
[210v, lower margin] in gray ink: Gii% paiGri o 0(e?)?
(rest lost in
?
same
some
in
black
ink:
32.
of
the
hand
corrected
'Api0(|a??)
(the
page numbers
[lr, upper margin]
trimming)
in pencil: "Manuscrit byzantin," "G.III.3"
added to the table of contents on fols, lr-v) - [front pastedown]
(old
Ex libris Henry Walters" and "1848-1931.
Walters
shelfmark), and plate with profile portrait of H. Walters
Marks:

in pencil: "Rehinged, resewn and rebound in new poplar boards covered with English
[verso of back flyleaf]
1963 at theWalters Art Gallery. Inaccurate order of gatherings corrected."
oasis by Mary Brune, June-July
Lost Marks:

the lower margin

of fol.

1 and most

of the lower margin

of fol.

127 have been

cut out.

no. 32/33 in the


in Cairo
(see Halkin, M?nologe, 8f.):
Library of the Greek Patriarchate of Alexandria
to
R.
in
in
and
C.
lost
C.
in
1895
there
A.
Mavrommatis
Schmidt
1901; reported
1914)
(seen
by
by
Gregory
purchased by H. Walters probably from Gruel, Paris.

Provenance

see D'Aiuto,
255-94: Mare?, no. 1002 is attested in
735-38 - Fols. 1-11, 22, 34,178-91,
"Elementi,"
Dating:
no. 808, in 1580-90. The
no. 568, in 1591-93 and 1597 (Briquet, Filigranes, 1:44); Likhachev,
1589; Briquet,
(cf. above) are attested from 1563 to 1578.
supplementary watermarks

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Iconography:
scenes: Mijovic,
137-44.

on similarly illustrated manuscripts: Deliyanni-Doris,


scenes: Walter,
157-252. - On dormition
Menolog

in RBK, VI: 144?47. - On martyrdom


EChRev 8 (1976): 120?; idem, Art and Ritual,

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GOSPEL

W.522

Parchment,

i+291+i

BOOK

[ALAND

folios,

99 x 67 mm,

2370]
late eleventh

(fols. 1-246,

century

262-91)

and early fourteenth

century

(fols. 247-61),

Byzantine

Illustrations:

EvXoy(&v)
[xovq
[lr] {Dobrynina,
Rukopis' 1072 g, 101, fig. 74} Mission of theApostles: X(piGX?)?
x
65
102, fig. 75} Patriarchal Cross (cruxgemina): X(piGX??)
(ca.
48); [lv] {Dobrynina,
%(?piv)

?no]GXO}^ovq]

Empire

X(piGXiavo??) %(api?ei) (seeWalter, REB 55 [1997]:212) (ca. 65 x 40); [llv]Matthew SeatedWriting, inscription
Nativity (36 x 36);Christ'sGenealogy:O TCporc?xcop
'A?paaja, O 7tp(o)(p(fixr|?)Aa(i)?)5,
illegible (67 x 40); [12r]
Matthew
eO
'KriGOtO?
X(piGX?)c;
?(yio?) Maxoa?o?; [89v] {Carr, 148, pi. 15}
Standing
Writing (HistoriatedE):
Mark SeatedWriting: cO?yio? M?pKO? (62 x 41); [90r] {Dobrynina, 105, fig. 76} Christ: inscription illegible (39 x
39); St. John theBaptist:O ?(yio?) 'lco(?vvri?)? np(o)5(po|ao?); Mark Standing(HistoriatedA):O ?(yio?) Map
ko?; [141v]Luke SeatedWriting: inscription illegible (63 x 43); [142r]Birth ofJohn theBaptist:... xov IIpoo[p?|iot)]
(40

40); Annunciation

? np(o)(p(f?xr|?),
O (rest trimmed); Euke Standing (Historiated
[230v] John Standing with Prochorus:... ?eoXo(yo?)
(68 x 40); [231r] {Cutler,
pi. 9;
Eatin Kingdom, pi. 141 e; Carr, 148, pi. 16} Christ: inscription illegible (38 x 38), John

ofZacharias: Za%api(a?)

Aoa)K??;
E): O ?(yio?)
Clark, pi. liv; Buchthal,

Standing Blessing (Historiated E):

O ?(yio?)

'lco(?vvric)

? ?eo^oyo?.

x
x
[2r-3v] Rectangular Text Frames (64 45, 63 46, 69 x 42, 69 x 42); [4r] Cross-Shaped Text Frame (70 x 47);
x 45).
Canon
Table
Frames
78
Arch-Covered
[4v-9r]
(ca.
c
v Gi)|i(pcovia?
Text:
Kav?vcov
x(fj?) x(cdv) e?ayyeXiGx
[2r-3v] Fetter ofEusebius to Carpianus: Y7r?0eG(ic)
v
x v ?ve%0eiG
-PG
ine.
,
3465:
des.
863f.; Soden, 388f.;
Gregory,
22:1276-77},
EUGe?ioc Kapmav
{CPG
(p v v xo?? e?ayye^iGxa??;
cY7to0(eGi?) ei? x(?) K(a)x(?) Max
[4v-9r] Canon tables-, [9v-10r] Preface toMt
Ornament:

?xi, des. IIv(e\)|iaxo)?


{Soden, 311, no. 108 and 303, no. 82}, inc. iGx?ov
epxpaviCei;
Tov
Mt:
x?
Kax(?) Max0(a?ov)
EvayyE(Xxov)
{Soden, 405-7};
Kecp?X(aia)
[12r-87v]
[10r-llr] ChaptersUstfor
?rcoGXO^o-o Kai e-uayye^iGXo?
Kax? MaxOa?ov,
colophon: T??,o(?) xov ?yio\)
Gospel ofMt: E-uayy??aov
MaxGaio-o;
{Soden, 314f.}, inc.
[87r-88r] Preface toMk: cY7to0eGi? xov Kax? M?pKOV ?yiot> e-uayyeAao-o
Ga?ov evayy?Xaov

des. ?K S?rico v xov Geov]


[88r-89r] Chapters Ust for Mk: Tov K(ax?) M?p[KOv]
[rest trimmed
v) x{ov) K(a)x(?) M?pK(ov)
Eva(yyEXxov)\
[90r-138r]
away] {Soden, 407-9},
colophon: T?Xo(?) x( v) Ke(paA,ai(
Kax? M?pKOV, colophon: T?Xo(?) xov Kaxa M?pKOV Eva{yyEXxov)\
Mk: Ei)a(yy?A,iov)
[138r-139r] Preface to
des. ?A,en;ovx(cuv)
Lk: 'YTto(9eGi?) ei? x? Kax? Aouk?cv
e\)ayy?(Xiov)
{Soden, 315}, inc. Kax? Aouk?cv,
Kax?

M?pKOV,

x? KE<$?Xax(a)
Eva{yyEXxov)
Chapters Ust for Lk: Tov Kax(?) Aodk?cv
xov
x?
Kax(?) Aoi)(K?v)
e\)a(yyeA,ioi))
Keq)?(Xaia);
{Soden, 409-11},
[142r-228r] Lk:
colophon: T??,o?
Kax(?) Aoi)K?v,
Evayy?Xxo{v)\
[228r-229r] Preface to
E?)ayy?Xiov
colophon: T?A,o(?) x? K(a)x(?) Aoukocv
xov
inc.
Kax?
Kai
Ico?vvr|v, des. ?v
K(a)x(?)
Ico(?vvrjv) e?)ayyeXio'u
{Soden, 315f.},
Jn: 'Y7to0(eGi?)
x(cov)

|i,a0r|x(cov);

7t?7to(v)0ev;
[230r] Verses
379, no.
o\)??v]),

[139r-140v]

[229v-230r] Chapters Ust for Jn: Tov


toJn: 'Erciypamia
ei? x(?v) ayiov

12; Komin?s,
rest missing.

274, no. 5}; [231r-291v]

Kax?

Ico(?vvr|v)

Ico(?vvr|v)

x(?v)

Jn: E-ba(yy??aov)

EvayyEXxov
e?ayyeXiGXTiv
Kax? lco?vvr|v,

x? Kecp?Xaia

{Soden,

(Kai) 0eo?,oyo(v)
ends with Jn. 21:3

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411};

{Soden,
(?rcia[Gav

(fols.
Apparatus:
chapter numbers given in the outer margin; chapter titles written in the upper and occasionally
- Section numbers and the number of the
canon table given in
49v, 63r, 66r, 67r, etc.) lower margin.
corresponding
> in the left
and end of liturgical
the side margin. - Old Testament
Beginning
margin.
quotations marked with
~.
or
use
text
marked
within
the
with
indicated
for the first
ap%(fl) and/or x?(?,o?),
just
Liturgical
readings
?) x( v) cAyicov II(ax?)pC?VJ [90r]Kv
[12r] Ko)(piaKrO np? xfj? X(piGXO)v revvfi(Ge
reading in each Gospel:

piaKTinpo x v O x v, [142r]Etyayy?^iov)
?yia

K(ai)

KDpi(aKfj)

|a(e)y(?Xr|)

ei? x? yev?(Giov) xov npo?p?jioa) xfj? ?,eixo\)pyia?, |231r]Tfl


- Fols. 247-61

xov n?G%(a).

have no apparatus whatsoever.

- Mute iota omitted. - No diaeresis


and Punctuation:
angular breathing marks, small circumflexes.
over i and V.
Kai and common endings very often abbreviated. - Fols. 247-61:
High points and periods.
no abbreviations
(except for the nomina sacra), always diaeresis over i and V.

Diacritics

the original manuscript:


somewhat florid Perlschrift with occasionally heightened
Script: one hand throughout
initial a;
T|, X, y, or (majuscule) ? (minuscule ? used indiscriminately
along with this uncial form); characteristic
in epigraphic uncials (Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel). Liturgical
characteristic GX, ex, and 0e ligatures. - Titles of Gospels
in epigraphic (fols. 90r, 231 r) or Alexandrian
directions
(fols. 12r, 142r) uncials. Chapter lists and titles, preface
uncials. - I attribute the script to the hand that copied Cod.
titles, and epigram to Jn (fol. 230r) in Alexandrian
OCA in press). - Fols. 247-61:
Harvard Houghton
gr. 3, a. 1105 (Spatharakis,
Corpus, no. 119; Anderson,
one.
archaizing hand imitating the original
Ink: medium brown to dark brown. ? Eusebius'
letter, titles, and numbers in canon tables, section numbers and
section marks inmagenta. - Paragraph initials, preface titles, Gospel titles, liturgical notes, and chapter titles
- Fols. 247?61:
gilded.
light brown ink; paragraph initials inmagenta.
Parchment:

good

quality,

thin and smooth.

- Fols. 247-61:

by C. Clarkson]:
"Carefully selected; hair removed; follicles
some show a polish; 'medium' (0.09?0.20 mm) in
weight."

thinner parchment
almost completely

of lighter, creamy color. - [Note


removed; both surfaces smooth,

C-P2 14C1 (fols. 90-129, 227-46, 262-91), C


system 1; types B 14C1 (fols. 10-89,172-226),
Ruling:
hardpoint;
14C1 (fols. 130?71), unclear (fols. 247-61). ? 25 lines per page; justification [70 x 38 mm]; interlinear distance 3
mm. - Fols. 99,100,
and 129 were originally ruled for a larger manuscript
104,105,109,115,
(interlinear distance
to determine.
7 mm) and then re-ruled for the present one. Their original ruling type is impossible

Quires: 1 (fol. 1), 8 (9), 2 (11), 7 x 10 (81), 8 (89), 5 x 10 (139), 2 (141), 8 x 10 (221), 9 (230: fol. 229 single), 2 x 10
(250), 8 (258), 3 x 1 (261), 3 x 10 (291)
Quire

Signatures:

U2

(mostly

trimmed

away but pardy preserved

on fols.

42r, 52r, 61v-62r,

71 v, 82r, lOOr)

(Se) earlier, s.XX (le):fols, a (= fol. 1), 1-23 (= 2-24), 24-44


(= 26-46), 45-61
(= 48-64),
s.XVI-XVII
62-83 (= 66-87), 90-286
on
the
first recto
(= 95-291), fols. 25, 47, 65, 88-94 unnumbered
(Im)
of each bifolium: ai-auu
etc.
to
coiuu
?i-Sum
yi-yiuu
(fols. 2-5), ?i (10),
(12-16),
(22-26),
(216), then
current

Foliation:

at (222) to 0iuu

(286)

boards, bronze clasp, modern


early twentieth-century
(probably Gruel's): green velvet over wooden
? The
- It is
fols.
259-61
is
bound
down.
parchment flyleaves.
quire
upside
just possible that the present fol. lr
was originally a verso: the folio is 4 mm narrower than the rest, and its present outer
margin is obviously cut.
The entire book block has been trimmed, and fols. 88r and 142r have lost text.
[Note by G. Petherbridge]:
sewn
at
are
cut
three
of
which
knife
nicks
still
visible
and
have
been used in the laterWestern
stations,
"Originally
Binding:

sewing with
Marks:

the stations, however,

[back of front cover]

Provenance:

purchased

increased

in pencil:

by H. Walters

to five."

"no. 1028"
probably

(probably Gruel's)

from Gruel,

and "G.IV.9"

(oldWalters

shelfmark).

Paris.

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The other known manuscript


is dated a. 1105 (cf. above, under "Script"). - Most
by the scribe of W.522
Dating:
are so abraded that their style if difficult to
of the miniatures
(cf. below), they gravitate
judge. Iconographically
rather towards the eleventh than the twelfth century ? The shape and corner ornaments of the frames (esp. fols.
12r, 90r, 141v, 142r) are closely paralleled in codd. Vat. Barber. Gr. 320, a. 1077 (?) (Cutler, Psalters, figs. 287-89)
DOP 19 [1965]: figs. 1-4, 8-11,13,15,17-18,
and Dumbarton
Oaks 3, a. 1084 (DerNersessian,
22-25, 31). -1
ca. 1080?1100. ? Because
it deliberately
imitates the original one, the hand of fols.
therefore date the manuscript
can be ascribed to the
247?61 is difficult to date, but in general this type of mannered
archaizing script
early
fourteenth century:
Facsimiles, pi. 30.

cf. Turyn,

Italy, pis. 79, 81, 126, 136, 141, 142; idem, Great Britain, pis. 46, 54, 62; Komin?s,

Decorative
curtains held by a lion's mask
[llv, 89v, 149v] are also found in codd. Athos Iveron 2,
Iconography:
s.XI (Treasures, ILfigs. 9-10); Paris, BN Coislin 21, s.XI (Omont, Miniatures, pi. lxxxiii); Parma Palat. 5, s.XI
(Eleuteri, Manoscritti, iv); Istanbul. Topkapi 34, s.XI (Mu?oz, SB 1 [1924]: figs. 1-4); British Library Add. 24381,
a. 1088 (Galavaris, Homilies,
s.
s.
fig. 94); Milan Ambros. G 88 sup., XI (ibid., fig. 299); Istanbul Patr. 16, XI
10 [1980-81]: figs. 23a, 24a, 26a) and its copy Petrop.
(ibid., fig. 61); Vat. gr. 1156, s.XI (Spatharakis, AXAE
NLR gr. 118, s.XIV (ibid., figs. 23b, 24b). This seems to have been a short-lived fashion. ? On John dictating
tou Theologou: 900 chronia, 169?; Smirnova, Rukopisi, 243-47. The
inMon?l?annou
Prochorus
[230v]: Sevcenko,

to

in RBK, 11:466). The closest (down to the small


ismost often shown standing and looking up (Hunger,
?
our miniature
in
is
cod.
Athos
in
the
for
587, s.XI (Treasures, Lfig. 189).
Dionysiou
parallel
building
background)
scenes as Gospel headpieces
On New Testament
[12r, 142r]: Meredith,
(1966): 424ff.; Carr, 137 n. 8;
JWCI29
in RBK, II:456?; see also the partially overpainted miniatures of Iveron 2105 (NE 507), s.XII (Galavaris,
Hunger,
IveronMss, 79?85, figs. 51?53, 55) ? Bust images of Christ as Gospel headpieces
[90r, 231 r] are also found in codd.
Dumbarton
Oaks 3, a. 1084 (Mt.Athos Treasures in Russia, 142, cat. ii.10; Cutler, DOP 37 [1983]: fig. 1; Popova,
et al.,Material)/, figs, viii.1-3); Budapest NL gr. 1, s.XI (Csapodi-G?rdonyi,
Wr
60 [2001]: fig. 15;Mokretsova
Evangelist

Buchmalerei, pi. 18; KuBiNYi, Ubri, fig. 2); Toronto Univ. 3009, s.XI (Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 47; Clark, pi. Hi),
Hist. Mus, Syn. gr. 518 (Mt.Athos Treasures in Russia, 59, cat. i.25; Popova, Mu^ei 7 [1987]: 141 and 143;
Moscow,
60 [2001]: fig. 16; Shchepkina,
EADEM, ZLU15
[1979]: figs. 7-8; eadem, Wr
Bolgarskaia miniatiura, 43), Vat.
Palat. gr. 189, s.XI (Carr, fig. 11), and Vat. Ross. 136 and 138, s.XI (Galavaris,
Prefaces, figs. 94 and 96; Nelson,
12 [1989]: fig. 14). They became popular in the second half of the twelfth century: Carr, By% Illumination,
in RBK, 11:457. - On the Genealogy
of Christ [12r] in manuscript
illustration: Der Nersessian,
passim; Hunger,
On the cross as apotropaion
DOP 19 (1965): 179f.; eadem, JOB 21 (1972): 113f.; Tsuji, DOP 29 (1975): 188ff.
are in codd. Berlin Univ. 3807, s.XI
REB 55 (1997): 201-3; the closest parallels for our manuscript
[lv]: Walter,
DOP
Dumb.
Oaks
and
3, a. 1084 (Der Nersessian,
[1933]: fig. 6; Cutler, Psalters, fig. 99)
(Stuhlfauth,^1^B^//15
a
as
not
The
Mission
of
the
is
found
elsewhere
19 [1965]: fig. 1; Cutler,
Psalters, fig. 318)
[lr]
Gospel
Aposdes

ArtHist

frontispiece.
as it usually

It might originally have been at the end of the volume, with the cross facing outwards
(as fol. 292v*),
or
of
in a now lost
it
have
the
Acts
loc.
faced
is in other manuscripts
cit.),
(Walter,
might
beginning
s.
an identical scene serves as Acts frontispiece
in cod. Vatopedi
volume toW.522:
XIV, fol.
966,

companion
204v (unpubl.).
References:

K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 348?50
with pi. liv.
A. WeylCarr,
"Diminutive Byzantine Manuscripts,"
CodicesManuscripti: Zeitschrift f?r Handschriftenkunde 6 (1980):
16.
15
133
and
with
130-61, esp.
figs.
of the Moscow
The Iconography
Oaks Psalter and New Testament.
A. Cutler,
"The Dumbarton
Leaf,"
Dumbarton Oaks Papers 37 (1983), 35-45, esp. 38f.; repr. in idem, Imagery and Ideology in Byzantine Art
no. viii.
(London, 1992),

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335 folios,

Parchment,
2-3,

BOOK

GOSPEL

W.523

258, 262bis),

2369]

[ALAND

218 x 155 mm,

Byzantine

tenth century,

twelfth century

(fol. 4), thirteenth-fourteenth

century

(fols.

Empire

Illuminated Book, fig. ii-21.a} John Seated Resting Under an Ornamented Canopy Supported
[4v] {Diringer,
...
...
(rest illegible) (156 x 120).
(rest illegible); in the book: Jn 1:1 'Ev ?p%f| fjv ? 5toyo(?)
byTwo Columns-, ? ?(yio?)

Illustrations:

x 85); [2r?3v] Five Drawn Interlace


[lr?v] Rectangular Text Frames (153
Paragraph Marks, One [3r]Ending
with a Snake's Head; [5r] Initial B; [99r] {Weitzmann,
Buchmalerei, fig. 631} H-Shaped Headpiece (81 x 34), Initial A;
[257v] Drawn Interlace Paragraph Mark with Two Snakes'
[159r] {Clark, pi. lv}n~S'hoped Headpiece (77 x 31), InitialE;
x
Four
Drawn
Drawn
Bird; [258r-v]
Heads,
Paragraph Marks-, [260r] H-Shaped Headpiece (80 29), Initial E; [262bis r-v]
Two Drawn Paragraph Marks.
Ornament:

Traces

canon
[lv-2r] off-prints of arch-covered
have been) cut out, along with the outer margin.

of Lost Ornament:

the headpiece

would

table frames;

[5r] upper part of folio

(where

GV\?]q>(?viaq{CPG
[lr-v] UtterofEusebiusto
Carpianus-. cY7C?9ecnc K[av?]va>v xfj? x v EvayyEXiG[x&v
text slighdy defective: folio damaged in the middle,
inc.
3465: Gregory,
863f.; Soden, 388?; -PG 22:1276-77},
ao
Ust
the
Feast
des.
?v
K(i)pi)q);
Days from September 1
E\)cre?ioc Kap[mavc?],
?pp
[2r-3v]
ofGospel Readings for
toJanuary 21 {~ Gregory,
Ust
Feast
lower
the
Days January 22?30 {?
365-75};
[5r:
margin]
ofGospel Readings for
Gregory,
375}, text defective: page's right margin cut off; [5r-98r] Gospel ofMt: title cut out; [99r-158r] Mk: E\)

Text:

ayy?Aaov Kax(?) M?pKOV; [159r-257v]Lk: Euayy?Xiov Kax(?) AouK?v; [257v-258v]Ust ofGospelReadings


for
theFeast Days February
colophon:

E?ayy?Xiov

Kax(?)
'Ico?vvrjV,
376-81};
1-June 29 {- Gregory,
[260r-332r] Jn: E?ayy?^iov
v '?x'; [262bis r-v] Ust
the
Feast Days July 1
Kax?
'Ico?vvr|v axix
Gospel
Readings
of
for

{- Gregory,

August31

381-84}.

that was written


[4r] partly legible offset of a text in Alexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel
decorative waving
line, x? K?(p(?A,aia)
evidently in gold ink: x?Xo[q] xov Kax? A[oi)]K?v ?yioa) EvayyE(X?ov),
verses
to
xov Kax?
list
four
...?v
des.
'Icu(?vvr|v) ?yiou
[?i>]ayy??,(io'u),
illegible,
John:
chapters

Traces

of Lost Text:

Blank

Originally

Pages:

4r, 98v, 158v, 259r-v,

332v.

chapter numbers given in the left margin; chapter numbers and titles written in the upper or
canon table
lower margin. - Section numbers and the number of the corresponding
(sometimes)
given in the left
use
text
the
lections
within
marked
with ?p%(f|) and XE?,O?.Liturgical
indicated for all lections
margin.
Liturgical

Apparatus:

or e?7t(ev) ? K(\)pio)?)
in the left or upper margin, or next to the Gospel titles. Introductory phrases (x K(aip)
sometimes also written there. ? Old Testament quotations marked with > in the left margin.
Diacritics
and Punctuation:
rough breathing marks rounded; soft breathing marks ^-shaped; small circumflexes.
?
- Diaereseis
- Mute iota adscribed or
over l and V only for disassociation
(less often) omitted.
High points,
commas,

periods,

and

interrogation

Fols. 2?3, 258, 262bis:

numerous

marks.

Kai

very

often

abbreviated;

common

endings

sometimes

abbreviated.

abbreviations.

the original manuscript:


(minuscola corsiveggiante inclinata)
Script: one hand throughout
sloping cursive minuscule
with long, usually hooked downstrokes. Majuscule
forms. Few
K, v, 6, ?, and c used along with the minuscule
as
as
most
and
lunate
with
well
ex,
?l,
EG,
eX,
ey,
?%,
characteristically
ligatures,
sigma ligated
subsequent vowel.
- Eusebian
letter in Alexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel. ? Gospels
titles in "hollow" uncials. Chapter titles and
- Fols.
lection notes in simple small majuscules.
2?3, 258, 262bis: inelegant minuscle with numerous majuscule
forms and heart-shaped
?.
letter inmagenta. - Gospel titles gilded. - Section initials in text originally in
"hollow" uncials, later filled with gilding. - 'Ap%(r|) and x?(?o?), chapter numbers and tides, lection
magenta
later gilded. - Fols. 2-3, 258, 262bis: grayish ink. Initial letter of
notes, and section numbers originally inmagenta,
Ink: medium

brown. - Eusebian

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each entry and x?(?,o?) for


the

same

the corresponding

lection

in vermilion.

Decorated

paragraph marks

partly colored

in

vermilion.

thin. - Fols. 2-3, 258, 262bis are slighdy (ca. 6 mm)


of high quality, light, smooth, and markedly
narrower, slighdy thicker and of rougher texture, esp. on the flesh side. Fol. 4 is very slightly larger and noticeably
?
thicker.
[Note by C. Clarkson]:
"Carefully selected; hair removed; follicles removed; partial polish to surface;
'medium' to 'thick' (0.10-0.26 mm) in weight."

Parchment:

Ruling: hardpoint; system 1; types 20C1 (fol. 1), 40C1 (fol. 3), C 24C1 (fols. 5-28, 53-60,100-107,124-31,140-55),
- 19 Unes
C 26C1 (fols. 29-52), B 36C1 (fols. 61-99,108-23,132-39,156-257,
259-62, 263-332).
per page;
are not ruled. ? Fols. 2?3, 258,
x 76 mm]; interlinear distance 8 mm.
Fols.
and
262bis
2,
258,
justification [135
262bis: 23?37 lines per page; no clear justification.

Quires: 4 x 1 (fol. 4), 11x8 (92), 7 (99: 94 single), 7x8


4 (318), 8 (326), 6 (332).
Quire

Signatures:

Foliation:

(155), 6 (161), 12 x 8 (255), 10 (264), 6x8

(312), 2 (314),

none.

le, incl. fols. 213bis,

220bis,

262bis.

text in the scribe's hand; [17r,


to the Gospel
265r, 270r, 278r, 306r] correction
17v, 19r, 29r, 42r, 55r, 68r, 77r, 83r, 84v, 86r, etc.] additional notes on the liturgical use of lections by some four
to the Gospel
text by a later
different hands, two using brown ink, the other two, black; [127r, 171v] corrections

Marks:

[27v, 39r, 134r, 168r, 238v,

text copied in the margin by two different


hand, using black ink; [94v, 98v, etc.] short phrases from the Gospel
in red ink: lection for May 2; [259r] same hand as
hands, both using black ink; [259r] addition to the Menologion
the preceding note, but in brown ink: + ormrixpUoi)) a?,r|... (?); [304v] very inexperienced
hand, in brown ink:
Gov
Initia
?
xf|v xpi(xr|v)
xo(v) ?c?vco7uov
anavGxo?
0eo?
X(piGx)e
{cf. Follieri,
npoGKW(?\x(Ev)
axa?pov
+
xo\)
\(x\Go)v X(piaxo)D
hand, in black ink: Ap%r|
EVayyEXiov
[98v] very inexperienced
Hymnorum, IV:208};
vov xov 0(?O)D. e%V (pvXXa xce 345 (Arabic numerals added below in pencil, s.XX). - [back of front cover,
shelfmark, now almost entirely removed, so that only the initial letter "G" remains
supra] label with the old Walters
(ace.

to Clark,

350,

the

no.

was

G.IV.4).

tooled leather over squared wooden


boards; five brass
early twentieth-century
(probably Gruel's):
Binding:
?
are
of Chicago,
The pastedowns
bosses on each cover; slighdy raised endbands.
fragments from University
s.
was
252
and
The
front one
Gruel
with
XIV
that
Cod.
Clark,
138,
(see
350f.)
formerly
Library,
Regenstein
- Pasted on the
xov @(eo)v,
the back one, Lk 7:38 auxou
Kai -7:45 ax>xr| ??.
contains Lk 11:54 GXO^axo?-12:6
back of the front cover, infra, is a rectangular etched bookplate with a coat of arms and the name "B?nigne
? The book block has not been
Charles Fevret de S^Memin"
trimmed, and prickings
(left France 1790, d. 1802).
are still extant in the outer and lower edges of many of the leaves. The lower outer corners of fols. 49?104 are
trimmed to fit the rest of the book. - [Notes by C. Clarkson]:
eaten by a rodent. - Fol. 4 has been noticeably
at 25, 78, 132, and 182 mm from head. A bifolium
two previous sewings: four V-nicks
(fols. 258 and
"Seemingly
?
cut
down."
262 bis) added at the second Greek sewing."
"Certainly re-used Greek boards,
must have been
from Gruel, Paris
Provenance:
(F?vret de Saint-M?min's
bookplate
purchased by H. Walters
see E. Jeauneau,
to the earlier history of the manuscript:
Revue des
added by the dealer and has no connection
?tudesAugustiniennes

38 [1982]: 114f.).

Fol. 4 did not originally belong to the codex and was probably inserted there by Gruel. On the miniature's
me are codd. Paris.
see below, "Iconography." ? The closest parallels forW.523's
sloping cursive known to
dating,
and
Coislin 10 (Rondeau, OCA 219:fig. 3), Coislin 48 (Agati, Boulet?e, pi. 170), Sinait. gr. 1112 (Weitzmann
Paris.
Coislin
Paris,
379
933
Paris,
Galavaris,
Sinai, figs. 18-20),
gr.
gr.
(Hatch, Facsimiles, pi. xl),
(Agati, pi. 168),
370 (Agati, pi. 20b), Venet. Marc. gr. 359 (Foti, Cultura e scrittura, pi. 8), scribe A2 of the Codex Palatinus (CGLPhD
e
15), Florent. Laur. Plut. 32,9 (Tesi, Lauren^ana, pi. xxxii), Laur. Plut. 59,9 (Prato, Tra riflessione dibattito, 11:152, pi.
text
and
OCA
inVat. gr. 754 (Rondeau,
24; Agati, Scriptorium 55 [2001]: pi.
219:figs. 2,11,17,
ii.b), the marginal

Dating:

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text in Paris. Coislin 195 (Hatch, Facsimiles, pi. ix). None of these
ST 158:pl. ix), and the marginal
is precisely dated, but Cameron, Anthology, 97-120 argues on extra-paleographic
grounds that the
manuscripts
that this type of sloping uncial is
Palatinus was copied ca. 930-40. Agati, Scriptorium 55 (2001): pis. 5-6 demonstrates
(Boulet?e,"242-57 examines some similar
closely related to an exclusively tenth-century script, the boulet?e.Eadem,
?
as
ornament
is of the "fret-saw" (Laubs?gen) type (Weitzmann,
hands
examples of "boulet?e italique?' The
12;Mercati,

Buchmalerei, 18?22) that only occurs in the tenth century: one of its typical representatives, Vat. gr. 1675, has 1018
no. 41). - The
as terminus ante quern (Weitzmann,
18 n. 98; cf. Spatharakis,
Corpus,
interlace-and-zoomorphic
ornament executed by the scribe of fols. 2r?3v, 257v?258v,
262bis r?v is generally datable to the thirteenth or
fourteenth century: cf. Harlfinger,
Corpus, pis. 335 and 352; Turyn, Italy, pis. 49,
Spedmina, pi. 151; Spatharakis,
246b, 255b; Komin?s,

Facsimiles, pi. 27; BiCK, Schreiber, pi. xxi; Astruc

et al., Lpl. 38.

in a high-backed
in RBK, 11:461
chair (cf. Hunger,
The type of the seated Evangelist meditating
Iconography:
once
s.
in
X
is
Paris.
Coislin
ArtSt
5
and
found
for
Matthew,
195,
474)
(Friend,
[1927]: fig. 99; Omont,
[type 2.b]
Miniatures, pi. lxxxi), but is otherwise exclusively attested for John (Anderson,
CruriformUctionary,
10). Examples
are very numerous; dated ones are found
in St.-Petersburg, NL gr. 72, a. 1061 (Putsko, RESEE
tou Genou
Iskusstvo Vi^antii, 11:38, cat. 490; Spatharakis,
Corpus, fig. 134), Athens, NL Megales
now
in
6:
miniature
narthex
the Church
ArtSt
5
mosaics
[1927]: fig.
(Diehl,
missing), Nicea/Iznik,

10 [1972]: fig. 4;
Scholes 2, a. 1063
of the Dormition

a. 1065-67
a. 1143 (Kitzinger,
(Lazarev, Istoriia2, fig. 266), Palermo, Capella Palatina mosaics,
(destroyed 1922),
a. 1285
Mosaici in Sicilia, Lfig. 42), Paris, suppl. gr. 612, a. 1164 (Spatharakis,
fig. 296), London, BL Burney 20,
a.
s.
XII
Theol.
lat.
and
1290
cf.
also
Vat.
28,
5974,
(Nelson, Hagiopetrites, pi. 85),
(ibid., pi. 59);
G?ttingen,
- Frames with an ornamented
canopy upon
(Buchthal, Latin Kingdom, pi. 48.a; Fold A, Crusaders, 345, fig. 9.4f).
a. 1154 (Spatharakis,
in
columns occur with Evangelist
Ms.
and in
Mus.,
Athens,
205,
Byz.
289)
portraits
fig.
several twelfth-century manuscripts
23
esp. figs. 3,10,15-16,
grouped by Spatharakis,
JOB 49 (1999): 267-88,
of these, Sinait. gr. 157, datable ca. 1150 (ibid., 280 and 282), provides also the closest stylistic parallel for
to the mid-twelfth
I date the latter miniature
inW.523. Accordingly,
the miniature
century.

24. One

to the painter of theW.523 miniature


the three evangelist portraits inMoscow,
Hist. Mus., Syn.
Archive of Ancient Acts, f. 1607, no. 3, olim
gr. 47 (Mt.Athos Treasures in Russia, 147, cat. ii.14) cum Moscow,
et al,.Materialy, figs, xiii.1-2). The fourth
Mokretsova
Dresden A-100
15;
(Br?ck, Handschriften Sachsen, 16, fig.

Note:

I attribute

Evangelist
cat. 500).

portrait

from this volume

is now Moscow,

Hist. Mus.,

Syn. gr. 225, fol.

45v (Iskusstvo Vi??antii, 11:48,

References:
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New TestamentManuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 350?51 with pi. lv.
K. Weitzmann,
Die byzantinische Buchmalerei des 9. und 10. Jahrhunderts. Addenda undAppendix
(Vienna, 1996), 80
with fig. 631.

W.524

GOSPEL

Parchment,

i+254+i

BOOK
folios,

[ALAND

2373]

175 x 122 mm,

tenth century, Byzantine

Empire

Illustrations:
[6v] {Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 12; idem, Buchmalerei, fig. 677; Vikan, fig. 5; Nelson,
fig. 49}
IIAYAOI
Luke Seated Writing Paul Seated Speaking. + O A(riOZ) AOYKAX + O A(riOX)
(ca. 154 x 98); [89v]
{Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 10; idem, DOP 26 (1972): fig. 43; Belting,
ZfKg 38 (1975): fig. 4; Nelson,
fig. 48;
+
+
Mark
O
Seated
O
World
Peter
Seated
A(riOZ)
MAP[KOI]
Art,
A(riOZ)
128}
Encycl. of
XVLfig.
Writing
Speaking:
IIETPOX (151 x 120); [146r] {Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 16; idem, Buchmalerei, fig. 678; Early Chr. andBy^ Art,
Illuminated Book, fig. ii-19.a; Willoughby,
McCormick NT, IILpl. lxxx} James Preaching. +
pi. c, cat. 695; Diringer,
O A(riOZ)
?AK?2BOX (142 x 107); [231r] {Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 14} Prochorus Seated Writing John Standing.

+ O A(riOZ) nPOX?2P[0]E+ O A(riOI) ?QANNHZO GEOAOrOZ


(154 x 106).

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Haus Klostermatt,
Single leaves (not seen by me) in the collection of the late Dr. Siegfried Amberg-Herzog,
Switzerland:
13;
Weitzmann,
Vikan,
K?lliken,
"Byz. NT," fig.
fig. 6} Annunciation:
[no. 501] {Icones suisses, fig. 1;
O XAIPETIZMOE;
"Byz. NT," fig. 15; idem, Buchmalerei, fig. 679} Anastasis:
[no. 502] {Icones, fig. 4;Weitzmann,
+
H ANAZTAXIZ;
[no.
"Byz. NT," fig. 11} Baptism ofChrist-. H BAnTI[ZIZ];
[no. 503] {Icones, fig. 3;Weitzmann,
+ H TOY XPIXT[OY TENNHZIX].
Weitzmann,
NT,"
2;
"Byz.
fig. 9} Nativity:
504] {Icones, fig.
x 85); [2r-3v] {2v: Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 8} Arch-Covered
[lr, lv] Rectangular Text Frames (135
Canon Table Frames (150 x 75; 150 x 85; 145 x 60; 145 x 59); [7r] {Weitzmann,
"Byz. NT," fig. 1, cf. fig. 3} 17
x
Buchmalerei, fig. 680} n~Shoped
ShapedHeadpiece (35 75), InitialB; [90r] {ibid., fig. 2; Clark, pi. lvi;Weitzmann,
x 74), Initial A; [147r] Initial O; [149r] {Weitzmann,
5; idem, Buchmalerei, fig. 681;
NT,"
"Byz.
fig.
(30
Headpiece
Iacobini
and
Perria
RSBN
31
and
Perria,
xx.l;
Iacobini,
Vikan, fig. 7;
Vangelo di Dionisio, 63, fig. 19}
(1994): pi.
x
x
Initial
E; [232r] {Weitzmann,
fig. 7} H-Shaped Headpiece (32 75), Initial E, [247r]
75),
H-Shaped Headpiece (35
Initial O.
Ornament:

text
863f.; Soden, 388?; -PG 22:1276-77},
ofEusebius to Carpianus {CPG 3465: Gregory,
[lr-v] Utter
des. ai)Toi)? ei)pf|ai?
defective: upper outer corner of folio torn; inc. Ei)ae[?ioc
Kap7tiavco],
(sic) ?ppcoao ?v
Kara MaTGa?ov
E\)ayye?,i
K(i)pi)co;
[2r-3v] Canon Tables I-VI (VII-X lost); [4r-5v] Chapters Ust for Mt Toi)

Text:

ov x? KecpaXaia
{Komin?s, 264,
ei? t(?v) ayiov MaTGa?ov
'Emypamaa
[5v] Verses toMt
{Soden, 405-7};
KaTa
no. 4}; [7r-14v, 17r-87r] Mt: Ei)ayy??aov
MaTGa?ov;
[15r-16v] Preface toMt {Soden, 317?; SC 159:289
t?v K?ajaov, des. Kai ?v?crcri Kai ei?
and end lost, inc. 8i' ov ? 0(e?)?
93; -PG 88:288A-293A},
beginning
xa Kecp?Xaia
Kaxa M?pKOV Ei)ayye(MoD)
Toi)
Ust
Mk:
{Soden, 407-9};
o\)(pa)voi)?;
for
[87v-88v] Chapters
~
no.
to
t?v
Mk:
7; Nelson,
77?, with transi.;
ayiov MapKov
{Komin?s, 268,
'Erciypamaa ei?
[88v] Verses
KaTa
KaTa MapKov;
Soden, 379, no. 10}; [90r-142v] Mk: Ei)ayy?Xiov
[143r-144v] Chapters Ust for Lk: Toi
Ta KecpaXaia
Aouk?cv EuayyeXioi)
ei? t?v ayiov Aod
[145r] Verses toLk: 'Emypamaa
{Soden, 409-11};
no.
with
K?v {Soden, 379, no. 11; Komin?s,
4; Nelson,
78,
271,
(sic)
transi.}; [147r-148r] Preface toLk: KoG\i?
? Aodkcc?
inc. Ooto?
SC 159:299-301},
'Iv8iK07tXe\)aTOD
(sic), des. Kai
{Soden, 319; PG 88:289B-292A;
KaTa Aod
246r-v, 249r-251r] Lk: Ei)ayy?Xiov
7iX?ipo(i)v)T(i). 'A)i(fiv); [148v blank]; [149r-228v, 238r-240v,
to KaTa
text
out
of
bound
folios
241r-245v,
253r-254v]
k?cv,
order,
Jn: Ei)ayy??iov
[232r-237v,
complete;
to
6:36-52
and
out
text
5:5-37
nfonoxE
lacks
of
?cKe])
order,
([eTe.
Jn.
"Ico?vvr|v, folios bound
Jn.
(ei? xi\v
'IvSiKO
and ends with Jn. 6: 68 (a7teKpi0r|), rest missing;
Ilav ? to ^?yovTe?),
[247r-248v] Preface tojn: KoG\i?
inc. OSto?
? OeoXoyo?, des. Kai Kaivf\
SC 159:303-5},
nXEVGxov
AiaGfiK?y,
{Soden, 320; PG 88:292B-293A;
~
no.
no.
tov
Verses
5;
Soden, 379,
12}; [251v]
ayiov
Ic?avvrjv
{Komin?s, 274,
ei?
tojn: 'E7tiypamia
[248v]
toc KecpaX(aia)
KaTa
Tov
Ust
411}.
lco(?vvr|v)
{Soden,
Ex)ayye?iio\)
for Jn:
Chapters
Originally

Blank

Pages:

6r, 89r, 145v, 146v, 148v, 231v.

numbers
+ within

Sections

separated by
end
of liturgical readings
and
Beginning
asterisks within
noted
with
occasionally

margin.

of chapters marked with


in the upper or lower margin. Beginning
canon table written
in the left
and the number of the corresponding
?
>
in
the
left margin. ?
text.
marked
with
Old Testament
the
quotations
? Variant
marked with ap%(f|) and Te(?,o?) in the side margin.
readings

and titles written

chapter numbers
Apparatus:
? in the left
? Section
margin.

the text and written

in the lower margin

(e.g., 22v, 38v, 47r, 66v, 67r, 70v,

etc.).

Diacritics

and Punctuation:

always written

with

diaeresis.

- Mute
breathing marks, small circumflexes.
- Kai often abbreviated.
points and periods.

biangular
High

iota omitted.

- Initial iota

scribes. Principal hand: a slighdy angular version of the minuscule boulet?e


87): two collaborating
- Tides of Mt and
aa, ae, aco, eT, eft, 7tT, and ov ligatures.
Jn (fols. 7r, 232r) in the hollow
letter (lr
Mk
Lk
of
Tides
and
of
the
tenth century.
(fols. 90r, 149r), Eusebius'
Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel characteristic
?
hand
(fols. 229r?
Supplementary
v), chapters lists, verses, and chapter tides inAlexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Script (cf. Agati,
with characteristic

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230v, 232r?237v,
and more

spaced,

241r?245v,

253r-254v):

very similar to the principal

one, yet the script is smaller, more

carefully

rounded.

- Eusebius'
on fols. 229r-230v,
241r-245v, 253r-254v)
letter, chapter tides,
232r-237v,
(light brown
Tides and numbers in canon tables, Gospel tides,
and initial letters of liturgical readings in the text inmagenta.
sections in the text gilded. ? Chapters lists and verses in vermilion.
chapter numbers, and initial letters of Ammonian
Ink: dark brown

of good quality, smooth and without defects. - [Note by C. Clarkson]:


"Goat-like; originally carefully
selected but the present state is tragic; hair removed; follicles manily removed; both surfaces smooth; 'medium'
(0.11-0.18 mm) in weight"

Parchment:

219-30, 232-37, 253-54),


system 1; types 40D1 (fols. 4-5), 46D1 (7-67, 69-72,189-210,
Ruling:
hardpoint;
46C1 (68-69, 73-88, 90-187, 211-18, 238-40, 246-52); no ruling on fols. 6, 89, 231. - 21 unes per page;
x 75 mm]; interlinear distance 5 mm. - Fol. 146 has vague
ruling, perhaps 00D1, justification
justification ca. [115
ca. [140 x 95 mm], interlinear distance 8 mm.

Quires: 3 x 1 (fol. 3), 2 (5), 1 (6), 8 (14), 2 (16), 2x8 (32), 8 (40:35 and 38 singles), 3x8 (64), 8 (72: 67 and 70
singles), 2x8 (88), 1 (89), 6x8 (137), 1 (138), 6 (145: 140 and 143 singles), 1 (146), 2 (148), 7x8 (204), 6 (210:
206 and 209 singles), 2x8 (226), 2x2 (230), 1 (231), 4 (235), 2x2 (239), 1 (240), 4 (244), 1 (245), 4 (249), 3 x 1
(252), 2 (254).
Order of Folios:
1-3, lacuna, 4-5, lac, 15-16, lac, no. 504, 7-14,17-88,
lac, 89, no. 503, 90-145,
Original
no.
501, 149-204, 228, 205-10, 227, 211-26, 246, 252, 249, 238-39, 250, 240, 251, 247-48, 231,
147-48, 6,
no. 502, 232-33, 241-44, 234, 237, 235, 229, 253, lac, 254, 230, 236, lac, 245, lac; fol. 146 evidendy belonged
a lost volume of the Acts and
that formed a pair with the present one.
Episdes,
Quire

none

Signatures:

to

extant.

current (Se) - earlier, s.XX (le): fols. 1-5, 7 (= 6), 8-17


115-43 (= 117-145),
144-201
86-113
(= 147-204),
(= 89-116),
1-23
(=219-31),
(=232-54).

Foliation:

(= 7-16), 16bis-17bis
(= 17-18), 18-86 (= 20-88),
217-29
203-9
211-17
(= 205-11),
(= 212-18),

a
1) N? ?noGxaXf\
[145v] crude drawing of
spiral in black ink; [89r] (transcribed by J. H. Young)
Se
?v
Kai
ai
?vGa
G?
Koivai
I?)vo8ov
TTiv iep?v
Kaip
orcco?
?vayKai
Tfj? 'EXX?&oq,
7tapa|i?vr|,
G? ?iaTeGfj rcap' e^iov ai)T07cpoa
7cc??. 2) O i)7toi)py??
'EKK?,r|aiaaTiKC?v, Xa\i$?v(ov
em?aXcoaiv,
orc ? ?%r| vn ?\|/ei
aiv ?ja?aco?
iep?? Zdv?Sod,
??;oDaio8oTfjTai
|ieT? ttjv ?,f]\|/iv Tcap?vTO? nap?

Marks:

ei?
tco
yv
Kai

va KaxaxE&% ?v TODvavTiov Kai 8i? ?ioyoi)? ave?;apTf|


'EGvikco? au|i(p?pei
va
8?v
?iaOeaiv,
tt^v ?v Tfi np?>xr\ 7capaypa(p
? \xov
tod? Tfj? Ge?,f|ae
8i)vr|6
?e
7tpay|iaT07ioif|aco
TOiowoi)
xov
?. [6-7 words densely blotted out by the note's original writer] (8ieyp?(pr|
?aicoGevTOC
?7tiaf||i
aav ?vT\)% ?).
21 A(eKe|x)?pioi)
1907
'Ar|8ovo% piov
[illegible signature]

aflocpaaiari

?v Kaip

nov

[6r] "coll. R. Forrer," [89r, 146v] "coll. Forrer,"


(oldWalters
shelfmark)

[back of front cover]

"manuscrit

du Xe si?cle" and "J.III.22"

fawn velvet over wooden


boards, rebacked with leather; modern parchment
early twentieth-century:
- The entire book block has been
and
trimmed, pardy to eliminate damage that the leaves'
flyleaves
pastedowns.
had suffered through fire. - [Note by G. Petherbridge]:
"No early binding
(incl. those of the miniatures)
margins
Binding:

details

visible

enough

to make

a statement."

- in the collection of Dr. Robert Forrer


1907: in a Greek village named Aidonochori
December
- 1928: seen
"in a Paris bookstore"
(d. 1947), Strasbourg
(Willoughby, McCormick NT,
by H. R. Willoughby
H.
Paris.
Walters
from
Gruel,
111:235)
purchased by
probably

Provenance:

are on separate unruled leaves with blank backs, there is no reason to assume
Dating:
although the miniatures
are
not
the
with
contemporary
they
script: the chapter lists, the epigrams, and the miniatures'
legends are allwritten
in the same vermilion
ink. - The ornament must be the work of the scribes: the John headpiece
(232r) differs in

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as the
differs from the principal scribe's
style and palette from the other three, just
script in the John Gospel
?
to
the minuscule boulet?e type, dated examples of which range from 914 to 984.
hand.
Both hands belong
Iconography:
with Prochorus

on

of the Evangelists with accompanying


75?91, with
figures: Nelson,
scenes as Gospel
On New Testament
in particular cf. above, under "W.522."
portraits

bibl. ? On John
frontispieces:

Meredith JIFCJ 29 (1966):424f?; Hunger, inRBK, II:456f.


References:
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New TestamentManuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 351?52 with pi. lvi.
Icones dans les collections suisses (Geneva, 1968), cat. 1?4.
Th. Jirat-Wasiutynski,
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt

Us

Weitzmann, ed. G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum


(Princeton, 1973), 62?65, cat. 5.
K. Weitzmann,
"An Illustrated Greek New Testament
of the Tenth Century in theWalters Art Gallery,"
in
et
E.
E.
U.
McCracken
al.
in
Honor
eds.
Miner,
(Baltimore, 1974), 19?38; repr. in
ofDorothy
Gatherings
no. ix.
Weitzmann,
Byzantine Uturgical Psalters and Gospels (London, 1980),
R. S. Nelson,
The Iconography ofPreface andMiniature in the Byzantine Gospel Book (New York,
Archeology and theFine Arts, XXXVI], 76-79.
M. L. Agati, La minuscola "boulet?e" (Vatican City, 1992), 87f.
K. Weitzmann,
Die byzantinische Buchmalerei des 9. und 10. Jahrhunderts. Addenda
with figs. 677-81.

W.525

GOSPEL

BOOK,

iii+252+ii

Parchment,

ACTS,

folios,

AND

165 x 115 mm,

EPISTLES

[ALAND

ca. 1300, Byzantine

1980)

undAppendix

[=Monographs

(Vienna,

on

1996), 90f.

2374]

Empire

in the book:
and Belting,
[9r] {Buchthal
pi. 6.a} Matthew Seated Writing. O ay(io?) MaxBa?o?,
x
Mt 1:1 ?i[?X,oc] (ca. 137
and Belting,
Illuminated Book,
297; Diringer,
89); [56r] {Buchthal
pi. 6.b; Hoffmann,
x
and
O
Mark
Seated
Belting,
MapKO?
ay(io?)
ii-21.b}
89); [87r] {Buchthal
(138
Writing.
pi. 7.a; Buchthal,
fig.
in Pacht Geburtstag, 42, fig. 3; Berkowitz,
in
Luke
Seated
'O
the book: Lk 1:1
ay(io?)
[Aouk?c?],
Writing
fig. 50A}
x
and
Chr.
noXXoi
Belting,
?7tei?fi7tep
93); [138v] {Buchthal
andBy^. Art, pi. xcvi, cat. 723}
(140
pi. 7.b; Early
Illustrations:

John SeatedMeditating.

cOay(io?)

'l (avvri?)

? [@eo]A,oy(o?)

(ca. 141 x 89).

x
and Belting,
[lOr]Hollow Headpiece (32 64), InitialB; [57r] {Buchthal
pi. 5.a} Hollow Headpiece
x 62), Initial A; [88r] {Buchthal
and
In
the
Belting,
Beginning, 24, cat. 9} Hollow
fig. 50B;
(43
pi. 5.b; Berkowitz,
x
x
[192r] Hollow Headpiece
[139r] {Clark, pi. lvii} Hollow Headpiece (43 63), InitialE;
Headpiece (41 63), InitialE;
Ornament:

(34 x 63), InitialT; [342r]Headband inVermilionInk (10 x 65).


?v K(\)pi)
Kaprciav
?yan\\x(?)
??eXcp
%aipeiv
[lv-2r] Utter
ofEusebius to Carpianus-. Euae?ioc
ao
-PG
inc.
des.
?v
3465:
;
388f.;
Soden,
Gregory,
863f.;
vio?
|i?v,
?pp
22:1276-77},
'A|a,|x
K(\)pi)
{CPG
xov
Ust
Mt
MatOa?ov
Canon
KocT(a)
Tables-, [8r-v] Chapters
Ei)ayye(?,ioa))
{Soden, 405-7};
KecpaAma
[3r-7v]
for

Text:

[10r-54v] Mt:

+ Ei)a(yY?A,iov)

ayiou EuaiyyeMoi))
[85v-86v]

xo koctoc MaTO(a?ov);

[55r-v] Chapters Ust for Mk:

To?

koct(oc) M?pK(ov)

x? Kecpa?ma {Soden, 407-9}; [57r-85r]Mk: + Ei)a(yy?Aaov) xo Kaxa M?pK(ov);

Chapters Ust for Lk: Toi) Kax(?)

Aoi)(K?v)

ayiot)

Ei)a(yye?,un))

x? Kecpa?ma

{Soden,

409-11};

Ust for Jn: Toi) Kax(?) 'l (avvrjv) ayi


[88r-137r]Lk: + Ei)(ayy?Xiov) xo KaT(?) Aoi)K?(v); [137r]Chapters
+ Ei)a(yy?Xiov)
xo KaT(?)
Ta Kecp?A,aia
'I (avvr|v);
ov E\)a(yyeXio'?)
{Soden, 411}; [139r-171v] Jn:
[172r
v
v
x
Feasts
Ust
the
Movable
Kai
EvayyE
?fi^ ai?
Ka9r|(xepiv
(type /e): Ei)va?;?piov
181r]
ofGospel Reading for
?no Tfj(?) ay(ia?)
Kai x v i?' )XT|v v, ?p%o(ievov
Kai |ieya?,(r|?) Kt>(piaKTi?)
Xicov xov o^oi) zp(ov)o\)
xov n?ax(a)
1:344?64};
[181v-191r] Ust
{- Gregory,
ofGospel Readings for the Immovable Feasts: Ewa^apiov

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gvv

?no
\n\voq ZeTtxiep?pioi))
{- Gregory,
1:365-86};
|i?%pi |ir|v?? Avy(ov)Gxov
?px?p,evov
+
v /
x v a7toaxoX
x( v) ?no(GXOX(ov),
npa^ei?
colophon: T?Xo? E?Xrypav npa^ei?
[192r-236v] Acts:
?m
Aoukoc? ? Oeriyopo? {- Soden, 1.1,385, no. 64}; Catholic Epistles-. [236v-240r] laKcb?ot)
xai)xa? aa)yypa\|/a?
'P
?no
jari?; [244r
EniGXoXi] KaGoAiKT) 7ip x(r|), colophon:'Eyp?(pr|
axo?/n Ka?o^iKTi; [240r-244r] n?xpot)
?7tiaxoX(fi) KaOoXiKf] ?ea)x?pa;
[246v-251r] l avvo'u ?7ticrxo(Xf)) KaOoXiKf) rcp xrj; [251r-v]
246v] n?xpoi)
'Io\)5a
'I avvoD ?TtiaxoXfi Ka9o?,iKTj SeDx?pa; [251v-252r] 'I avvou EniGxoXr\ KaOo?-iKfi xpixri; [252r-253r]
0(e)

EniGXoXvy, Pauline Epistles:

[253r-268v]

IIa<)(A,o\)) aTto(ax?Xoa))

eP p,aioi)?,

EniGXoXi] npoq

fH

colophon:

Ttp??'PcoiaXaioDc)?ypaqm ?no Kopiv9(ot>) ?i? Ooi?rjc xfj? StaK?voi) xfj? ?v Kexpea?? ?KK?ir|(aia?);
?noGXOXov
[268v-283v] nafyXo-o)
bi? Execpav? Kai Ooi)pxo'?v?xo'D

'Eyp?cprj ?no

a', colophon:

?7tiaxo(A,fi) rcp?(?) KopivOioD?


Kai 'AxaiKoi) Kai Ti|io0(?o'o);

[284r-294r]

nafy^oD)

<biX?nn((ov)

?noGXOX(ov)

jcp??Kopiv9(ioi)?) ?', colophon: 'H rcp?(?)Kopiv0(ioi)?) ?' ?yp(a(pr|) a7t(?) Oi?,i7C7r( v) ?i? Tixo\) Kai
Aoi)K(?);

[294v-299v]

?no(GXOXov)

nai)X(o'u)

?niGxoXi]

Xov) ?niGXoXi]npo(q) E(peoioa)?, colophon: np?(?)

Ttp?? Ta^axa?;

[299v-305r]

nauX^o-o)

?7to(axo

'E(pe(aio\)?) ?yp(aq>r|)a7t(?) P |i(r|?) ?i? T'Oxiko?;

na\)X,(oa))
?no(GXOXov)
?7tiaxo?,(fO rcp?? ^>iXinnr[G?ovq,
colophon: np?(?) ^iXinnr[(G?ovq)
P |i(r|?) Si' 'Ercacppo?ixoi); [309r-312v] na-o?^ot))
a7to(GXO?,oi)) EniGxoXi] npoq KoXaGGa
?yp(a(pr|) a7t(?) P |i(r|?) ?ia Tt>xiKO\) Kai ,Ovrjoi|a,o\); [312v-316r]
e??, colophon: np?? KoXa(aaae??)
7tp x(r|), colophon:
ria\)A,(o\)) a7to(axo?io\))
?7Eiaxo?,(ri) rcp?(?) ?eaaaXo(viKe??)
IIp?(?) ?eaaa^o(viKe??)
na\)?,oi)
a' ?yp(acpr|) ?no
a7to(axo?,oi))
?niGxoX(i]) npoq ?eacaXoviKfj?
'A9r|v( v); [316r-317v]
?5,
[305r-308v]

a7t(?)

?yp(acpr|)

colophon: A\)XT| i\ ?7ticxo(?if)) ?yp(a(pr|) ?xc(?) P ^i(ri?);[318r-322r] IlaMoi) ?7co(axo?ioD) rcp??Ti|i?9eov


a,

?mGxo(?,fi)

colophon:

np??

xfj? IIaKaxiavf|?;

Opuyia?

7tp x(r|) ?ypacprj ?jc? Aao?(iKeia?),


f^xi? ?axi |ir|xpcmo(?,i?)
?a<)A,o\) ?no(GXOXov)
EniGxo(Xr\) 7tp?(?) Ti|io9eov
?', colophon:

Ti|i?0eov
[322r-325r]

rip?(?) Ti|a?9(eov) ?' ?yp(a(pr|) ?no P jari?oxe ?K ?' 7cap?axrjUavXoq x N?p vi; [325r-326v]nai)X(oD)
?7to(axoXo\))

7tp?(?) T?xov;

?maxo?,fi

[327r-v]

IlaMoi)

?no(GxoXov)

?7tiaxoXfi

7tp?? OiA,fi|aova;

[327v

EniGxo(Xi\) rcp?? 'E?palouc, colophon: fHftp?(?) cE?pai(o\)c) ?ypa((pr|)


340r] IlaMoi) ?7Co(GXO?,oi))
?7t? lxa?iia?
?i? Ti|ao9(?o\));
[342r-346r] Ust
ofActs and Epistles Readings for theMovable Feasts: Za)va^apiov
xov 'AnoGx?Xov,
xov
xov
Gvv 0(e)
x? 7rpoKei(|ieva)
),
*Ano(Gx?Xov) Kai
Ei)ayyeXioi),
ay(i
7tepi?x(ov)

x? ?vx(i)cp (va), x?? ?pxa? \xi?q ?Kaaxri? ip?p(a?), aa\)x( ?) Kai x? Ei)a(yy??iiov), ?p%o\iEva ?no xfj
?yia K(ai) |i(e)y(a)X(r|) Kt>pi(a)K(f|) x(ov) n?axa ^l?xpi xov |j,(e)y(?)X(o'?)Ea??axoi); [346r-352v]Ust of
Acts

and Epistles Readings for the Immovable Feasts: Z\)va^apiov

a7t(?)

Blank

Pages:

0(e)

xov oA,ot) %p(?vov),

apx?|ievov

|a?xpi x?(?,o?) Ai>yo<)axot).

|ar|(v??) Ee7tx(e(i?piot))

Originally

gvv

iii r-v,

lr, 2v, 9v, 56v, 87v, 137v, 138v, 191v, 340v, 341r, 341v.

Apparatus:
[Gospels] chapter numbers given in the left margin; chapter numbers and tides written in the upper
canon table numbers,
or lower margin. - Section numbers and occasionally,
given in the outer margin. Beginnings
?
?
of sections marked with red high points within the text. Old Testament
quotations not marked.
[Gospels,
and end of liturgical readings marked with ?px(T)) or special marks and x?(Xo?) in
Acts, and Episdes] Beginning
, etc.) written in the upper,
the side margin. Liturgical use of readings and introductory phrases (x Kaip
?Keiv
lower,

or

outer

margin

next

to each

reading.

rounded breathing marks; small or (occasionally) wide circumflexes. ? Mute


accent over ??. - Commas, high points, and periods. ? Kai,
Double
omitted. - No diaeresis over i on).
and common endings sometimes abbreviated.

Diacritics

and Punctuation:

iota
??,

small upright archaizing script; majuscule


?, 5, T|, a, 9, and c used along with the
Script: one hand throughout:
- Tides of
and Acts in
minuscule
forms; lower hastae of v and p hooked; 9, o, X, and % often enlarged.
Gospels
in
lists
tides
and
Alexandrian
Aus^eihnungs-Majuskel.
epigraphic Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel. Chapters
chapter
Ink: [8r-171v, 192r-352v]
dark brown; titles, initials and apparatus
medium brown; tides and apparatus in pale magenta.

in vermilion;

[lv-7v] vermilion;

[172r-191r]

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Parchment:
removed;
Ruling:

thicker. - [Note by C. Clarkson]:


fols. 9, 56, 87, and 138 are noticeably
"Carefully
follicles mainly removed; polished
surfaces; 'medium' weight
(0.10-0.20 mm)."

hardpoint;

88-137,139-71),
page,

justification

selected; hair

system 1; types 30C1 (fols. 1-2), U 10/1 (fols. 3-7), U 30/2 (fol. 8), 33Cld (fols. 10-55, 57-86,
32C1 (fols. 172-352);
fols. 9, 56, 87, and 138 not ruled. - 36 (fols. 208r-327v:
37-38) Unes per
x
mm.
62
interlinear
3
distance
[105?108
mm],

Quires: 1 (fol. ii), 8 (8), 1 (9), 5x8 (49), 6 (55), 1 (56), 3x8 (80), 6 (86), 1 (87), 5x8 (127), 10 (137), 1 (138), 2x8
(162), 9 (171), 2x8 (187), 4 (191), 18x8 (335), 6 (341), 8 (349), 3 x 1 (352).
Quire

Signatures

Foliation:

Ie1: a

(lOr) through

k (163r) in brown

ink, [a] (192r) through

i9 (336r) in vermilion

ink.

Se (foliated July 7,1964).

early twentieth-century,
by L?on Gruel, Paris: brown morocco with gilt silver studs along the edges,
Binding:
in neo-Gothic
small gilt silver corner bosses of cherubim, blind-stamped
style on both
symbols of the Evangelists
name
one
now
two
five
raised
bands
and
the
"Gruel"
silver
with
covers,
stamped
missing),
spine
gilt
clasps (lower
two paper flyleaves on each side (watermarked with a Britannia inside an oval). - Leaves
in gold at the bottom,
trimmed

and gilt-edged. Prickings


138 re-hinged March
12,1965.
lOr, 57r, 88r, and 139r.
[Note by
[Note by A. Quandt]:
binding."

Fol.

still partially extant on some folios (e.g., 34 lower margin, 250 outer margin).
? Fols.
from fols.
9v, 56v, 87v, and 138v have off-prints of the headpieces
not
G. Petherbridge]:
features
of modern
visible
because
"Original binding

of staining on the versos of all the miniatures


and
on the rectos, which have both been reduced by scraping of the surface.
outer
of
all
the
heavy soiling
margins
curl of the miniatures
The pronounced
also suggests the presence of adhesive residue on the reverse from an earlier
so many medieval manuscripts
to
was
in the 18th and 19th centuries Iwould not
done
Knowing what
mounting.
"There

is an unusual

amount

the possibility of the miniatures


having not only been turned around from their original orientation
a
now
of that evidence) but also mounted
has
much
removed
separately for period of time.
(heavy trimming
on
to
rather than
that
fol.
9r
be
the
the
miniature
with
restoration
of
would expect
contemporary
mounting,
discount

something

Gruel

did prior

to rebinding."

i wro ?a
h ftt?ns. noK?^H h oynpaRH
HyKH^wp cTAp?/K && $
[341r] Gma ewtbna KHHra r/?/Ud? T?Tpo^r/Tk
raKOJK?? H BHAA.ft\\l? CE\T0 W BpdT?A ?10K$CH
YATMN???WM ? JKHBT*,A ?10C/SpTH H?rOKH^A ?Wfl?T /HONdCTHpCKA,
H CTW?XTHT0PH>AA M*X Hl ?
?
HAH
i
H/\H
W
M$
nOCBOH,
HCBA^H,
^
/HONCTHpL
^d
npO^d,
IIpYTWA COYildpNHUi*
NAW
M
A.
NT\
Ci
Hr&HNT*I/\dp?WN '\?C?\0\. - A
A?
TOTK
UM
G??
C?A
?p/tS, M^A
np'bCTABHWiyT*
npOCTO,
FlpOK/UTb.
same ink as the above note next to some liturgical readings in the left margins of
blessing hand is drawn in the
fols. 44v, 45v, 48v, etc. - [ii verso] etched bookplate with two seated men, the initials "LG," and a pencil-written
no. "1482"; lithographed bookplate with profile portrait and "1848-1931
/ ex libris Henry Walters"
[i verso] in
and
1482"
"LVII.19"
Walters
"no.
shelfmark).
(old
pencil:

Marks:

and Aposde was bound and


In translation, the note on fol. 341 r reads: "This divine book named Tetraevangelion
as
as
as
so
to
him
he
after his death belong
for
be
with
and
the
lives,
geron Nicephorus,
reading
long
repaired by
or
or take
to
as it did earlier. If someone of the brethren be tempted
sell it,
to the monastery,
appropriate it,
again
be his adversaries,
it out of the monastery, may the Immaculate
[of our monastery]
[Virgin] and the holy founders
was
not
in
Year
1st
written
the
but
damned.
The
he
be
/
7136,
present
[day of the] month of
[and] may
forgiven,
? Hilari?n
our
same
Hilari?n
the
hieromonk
father the abbot
year
passed away."
[i.e., A.D. 1628]. In that
September
ismost probably the abbot of Chiladari who died on August 24, 7136 [A.D. 1628] (Bogdanovic,
Katalog Hilandara,
?
as the last day of the old year, not the first day of the new one.
1
counted
119). Nicephorus
evidendy
September
Provenance:

ca. 1628: in the Chilandari Monastery,

Mount

Athos

purchased

from L?on Gruel,

Paris

(his no.

1482) (d. 1923).


are also found in the miniatures. The
same hue as the ones used for the headpieces
Dating:
pigments of the
and therefore perhaps not
ornament
is by far not as careful as that of the miniatures,
execution of the headpieces
same
must
the
be
book's
the
with
but
like
the
the
ornament,
hand,
contemporary
copying. The closest
images
by

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known parallel for them is in Florence, Laur. Plut. VI.28


and Belting,
(Buchthal
18-21), but neither the script
nor the miniatures
there are by the same hand as in our manuscript,
and its dating to 1285 is doubtful and was not
?
the following are dated: olim
with script very similar toW.525,
accepted by Turyn, Italy. Among manuscripts
a.
St.
the
1298
AXAE
8
Smyrna,
(Papadake-Oekland,
John
[1975-76]: pis. 14-17) and Athens,
Baptist Church,
cat. 109, with figs. 153-55). I date W.525
and Rizou-Kouroupou,
30,5, a. 1300 (Lappa-Ziz?ka
or
end of the thirteenth
of the fourteenth
"In the miniature
century.
[Note by A. Quandt]:
beginning
fol. 9r, the Evangelist's
nose, the adjacent part of the cheek, the back of his neck, and the draperies on his
to cover earlier losses of pigment."
buttocks and legs have been overpainted

Benaki Vitr.

on the Evangelist with thumb raised to his chin to


Iconography:
signify thought
with
19-20,
pis. 4a, 15, 27 [now Getty Ms 65], 66e, 66h.

[138v]: Buchthal

to the
on

and Belting,

References:
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New TestamentManuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 353-57 with
pi. lvii.
In the Beginning Was theWord: Opening Exhibition ofWritten and Printed Biblical andUturgical Texts from theEighth Century
to thePresent, exh. cat., National Cathedral
(Washington, DC, 1965), 23, cat. 9.
D. S. Berkowitz,

In Remembrance ofCreation: Evolution


(Waltham, MA, 1968), 30, cat. 50.
K. Hoffmann,
The Year 1200: A Centennial Exhibition

ofArt

and Scholarship in theMedieval

and Renaissance Bible

at theMetropolitan Museum ofArt. Vol. I: Catalogue, exh. cat.,


cat. 290.
(New York, 1970), 296-97,
Metropolitan
H. Buchthal
in
and H. Belting,
Thirteenth-Century Constantinople: An Atelier ofLate Byzantine Book
Patronage
Illumination and Calligraphy (Washington, DC, 1978) [= Dumbarton Oaks Studies, 16], 109-10
with pis. 5-7.
Museum

W.526

GOSPEL

BOOK

of Art

[ALAND

1531]

folios, 168 x 110 mm,


(fol. 1), Eastern Mediterranean
i+258

Parchment,
century

Illustrations:

late thirteenth

[lv] Virgin Eleousa: M(fiT)t|p


O ayio?

(fols. 2-259),

and probably

(ca. 118 x 75); [3v] {Spatharakis,

fifteenth

or sixteenth

fig. 595} Matthew

Seated

(ca. 105 x 77); [74v]Mark SeatedWriting. cOay(io?) MccpKO(?) (110 x 82); [122v]

Writing. eOay(io?) Max9aio(?)


Luke Seated Writing.

0(eo)i)

century

Aoi)K??

(110 x 85); [201v] {Diringer,

Illuminated Book, fig. ii-27.d} John Seated

Writing. O ay(io?) laKavvri?) ? 0eo?,oy(o?) (ca. 115 x 80).


Ornament: [2r]Headband (12 x 65); [4r] {Spatharakis, fig. 596}Headpiece (58 x 63), InitialB; [73r]Headband
(13 x 71); [75r]n~ShapedHeadpiece(59 x 68); [120v]Headband (9 x 68); [123r]n~ShapedHeadpiece(53 x 68); [200r]
Headband

(15 x 68); [202r] {Clark,

pi. lviii} n~Shaped Headpiece


Toi) Kaxa Max9a?ov

Text:

[2r-3r] Chapters Ust for Mt


[4r-72v] Mt T? Kax? Max9a?ov

(55 x 70), InitialE.

x? Kecp?Ama
EvayyEX?ov
{Soden, 405-7};
Ei>
ayiov Ei>ayy?Xiov;
[73r-v] Chapters Ust for Mk: Toi) Kax(?) MapKov
x? KE(q>?Xaia)
Mk:
T?
Kax?
a(yye?,ioi))
ayiov
{Soden, 407-9};
MapKov
[75r-120r]
E?ayy??aov;
[120v-122r]
xov K(a)x? AoDK?v ?y(ioi))
Ei>a(yye?AOD);
Chapters Ust for Lk: Ke??^aia
[123r-199v] Lk: T? Kax? Aod
*
kocv ?y(i)ov
ov o? oxi(%oi) ?co
E?ayy??aov,
Ei)a(yye?,ioi))
colophon: T?A,(o?) xov Kaxa Aodk?cv ?y(ioi))
?yioi)

?K?o9?vxo? vn ai)xo? xov ?y(?oD) Aodk?c \XEx?%p?voi)? ie' xfj?X(pioxo)i) ?vaX,fi(\|/ec??); [200r]Chapters
Ust for Jn: Toi) K(a)x?
ayiov
ai)xoi)

E?ayy??aov,
?7roaxo?,oD

K8((paX,aia)

xa K?(p?A,aia;
?yioi) Ei)ayye5uou
[202r-256r]
xov
Kaxa
'lco(?vvrjv) ?yioi) Ei)a(yyeA,i)oi)*
T?Xo?

'Ico(?vvr|v)
colophon:

\iEx? xpovoD?
oA,?' Kai axi(%oi)?)

Jn: T? Kax? laXavvriv)


xov
?ypacpri ?? nap?

xpiaKOvxa8i)o
xfj? xov X(piaxo)i)
?%ov x?xXod? i9\
?va^fixi/eco?)*
xov 0eo
[blank]; [256r-v] Verses toJn: ?xi(%oi) ei? x(?v) ay(iov)
Icoiavvriv)

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BollBad 10 (1956): 80, no. 9;Mercati,


378, no. 8; Komin?s,
273f., no. 4; Follieri,
By^antion 29/30
no.
on
gvv
inc.
des.
Note
186,
ai)xoyev?0?,ov;
4},
Bpovxiri?,
(1959/60):
[256v]
Gospel Readings-. ZDva^?piov
xov
?v
Kax?
?Ko9ioi)9iav
x?
0(e)co
xf|v
aDvxojico?
xfj? ?mypacpfj?
?7tixo|a
?K^oya?ioi)rcp??
eupiaKeiv
inc. 'Ap%o|ievo? ?no xfj? MeyaXri?
des. o? ajacpoxepoi
? i] xov
KDpiaKfj?,
?Kaaxri? f]|i?pa? Ei)ayy??uov,
X?yov

{Soden,

0eo?o\)?,oi)
Kai 0eoi)
{Clark, pi. lxxi} Scribal Colophon-,
novo?
x?
Ust
7rava9Xico
Aoyoi) X?yoi. Ei)%ea9(e)
Travx(e?) ?jioi
iepo(|aova)%(c?);
[257r]
ofGospel Readings for Impor
tant Feast text defective at the beginning,
inc. Ei)a(yy?Xiov)
Tc?
K(a)x? Ma(x9a?ov),
gk?Ke((p?A,aiov)
Kai(pcp) ?(pav?pco(aav),
'A|a(f|v), and then lists readings ei? x(?v) Xp(i)a?axo^ov),
x?(?,o?) ?i?Xia.
ei? x(fiv)
7repi?%8i a7toypa(pr|;

aDva^apioi)

[256v]

E?ao?(ov), ei? x(?v) ?y(iov) Ea??a, ei? x(?v) ?y(iov) NiK?X(aov), ei? x(?v) ?y(iov) 'Avxoviov, ei? x(f|v)
Ei)pe(aiv) x(fj?) Kecpa?,(fj?)xov npo8(p?|xoD), ei? xf)v r?vvr|(e>iv) xov npo?(po|ioD), ei? x(oi)?) ay(ioi)?)
and ei? ?rco
ei? ^(a)p(xi)pa?),
ei? oa(ioi)?),
ei? x(fiv) 'A7roxo|i(fiv) xov IIpo?(po|ioD),
xov bXov %povou x( v)
Gx(o)X(ovq);
[2S7r-259r] Ust
ofGospel Readings for the Immovable Feasts-. Ei)a(yy??,ia)
?opx( v) {- Gregory,
Tt?va?; ot)xo? +.
365-86}, monocondyle
colophon: T?Xo? f)Xr|(p(ev) ?aioc
'A7to(axoXoi)?),

Blank

Originally

Pages:

lr, 74r, 200v, 201 r, 259v;

lower half of 182v

text lacking].

[no Gospel

in the lower or (less


chapter numbers written in the left margin; chapter numbers and tides written
? Section numbers written in the left
of
sections
sometimes
indicated
often) upper margin.
margin. Beginning
not
marked.
and
end
of
within the text with + or a colon. ? Old Testament
Beginning
quotations
liturgical
use of readings noted in the upper, lower,
readings marked within the text with ap%(f|) and x?(?o?). Liturgical

Apparatus:

or

outer

margins.

Diacritics

- Double
accents over ??. ? Mute
breathing marks, small circumflexes.
?
in red ink, probably by the original scribe, or omitted altogether.
Commas, high points, and
? Common
abbreviated.
sometimes
endings

and Punctuation:

iota subscribed
(in red) colons.

rounded

a
the original manuscript:
throughout
archaizing Perlschrift imitation with
large admixture of
K
two
the minuscule
incl.
last
used
with
S and
letter
and
forms,
(|),9, r\, y, S,
(the
indiscriminately
majuscule
along
as
the ductus changes,
the characters become
?, and few ligatures. On fols. 257r?259r
k), 3-shaped ?, minuscule
?
same.
in epigraphic
still
the
tides
but the hand ismost
smaller and abbreviations
numerous,
likely
Gospel
one hand

Script:

Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Ink: mosdy
Tides,
magenta

medium

brown with

ink; black on fols. 168r infra-182v.


in very pale
and
the
scribal colophon
liturgical notes, ?p%(f|), x?(Xo?),
to read. On fols. 257r?259r bright carmine is used along with this magenta.

occasional

paragraph initials, colophons,


that is sometimes difficult

corrections

small holes and defects


Parchment:
with occasional
? Fol. 1 is ca. 10 mm shorter and ca. 3 mm narrower
mm

in the text in black

(fols. 53, 56, 63, 101, 105, 145, 194, 197, 223, 242, and 255).
than the rest, fols. 257?259 are ca. 6 mm shorter and ca. 2

narrower.

Ruling:

? Fol.
system 10; type B 44C1.
hardpoint;
?
Fols. 257r?259r:
interlinear distance 5 mm.

mm];
distance

5 mm.

Quires: 2 x 1 (fols, i-1), 2 (4), 2x8


(257), 2 (259).
Quire

1 is not ruled. ? 26 lines per page; justification ca. [112 x 68


x 68 mm]; interlinear
ca. 32 per page;
justification ca. [137

Signatures:

present
Foliation:

(19), 7 (26: fol. 24 single), 19x8 (178), 4 (182), 2x8

Ii1 and Ie3: Greek

numbers

in black

ink, hand

s.XVI-XVII,

probably

(199), 2 (201), 7x8

contemporary

with

the

binding.
black

ink, hand

s.XIX

(Se): fols. 1-191,193-259

(no text lacking between

fols. 191 and 193).

tooled
(ace. to G. Petherbridge);
{back cover: Bookbinding, pi. xxiv, cat. 103}: perhaps sixteenth-century
Binding
dark red goatskin over squared wooden
boards; five sewing stations ca. 10, 22, 76,129, and 140 mm from headcap;
two pins with fastening braids; turn-ins trimmed straight, at the
lacing tunneled; flat spine; raised endbands;

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corners overlapping
and diagonally cut. - Decoration:
66, fig. 37); front cover: tools
type 11 (Federici and Houlis,
to
in
Vat. gr. 2129 (ibid., 56, fourth from above)
the inner frame, and similar
identical with Vat. gr. 2523 (ibid., 47)
in the outer frame. - Fol. i r (parchment flyleaf) and 259v were originally pasted to the front and back cover. The
book block has not been noticeably
trimmed, some folios differ slighdy in size from the rest, and the prickings
- The
are decorated with drawn ornament. On the bottom-edge,
extant.
this
and
mosdy
top-edge
fore-edge
are
"The spine folds
decoration has evidendy been scraped off.
[Notes by G. Petherbridge]:
pierced rather
linen threads, S-twist, medium
than having V-shaped nicks; sewn with link stitch (restricted view); unbleached
thickness, 2-ply."
"Radiographs of the upper and lower boards indicate that the volume preserves its original
one can reconstruct from the
(whose approximate dimensions
sewing and that boards from another volume

are

of its clasp strap anchorage holes at head, tail and fore-edge to have been 180 x 135 mm and which had
(reutilizing the original board
grooved edges) were cut down at fore-edge, head and tail and reused for this volume
a
textile
The
re-used
have
attachment
had
system).
covering (indicated by the linen spine lines
binding may
on both boards
characteristic of Greek textile-covered,
particularly silk-covered bindings,
extending to fore-edge
but uncommon
under leather covers). On the upper board, radiographs show holes left by the nails used to secure a
central applied metal (?) plaque (possibly with four bosses - indicated by four symmetrically placed larger holes)
and four applied corner plaques on the upper board. The lower board retains the holes left by the nails of four
position

a central
corner bosses, a
applied plaque. None
possible central boss and
evident on the exterior of the present covering."

former

of this previous

furniture

is

1:2 laKO?? [Se] (archaizing hand, dark brown ink, s.XIII-XIV)


[259v] Mt 1:1 Bi?^oc[passim] notes
on the
use
outer
of
in
the
and
and
added
lower
(less often) upper
(medium
liturgical
readings
Gospel
margins
xo xapxi eive xov ?arcaCacpipi
Kai xo e7tpoar|
ink, hand s.XIV)
magenta
[122r] in black ink: Exorno
Xogev ei? xo vavo
[se. va?v],
[three lines below] Sei)xe followed by an illegible scribble that stands perhaps for
and in black ink: 'TIpHoGp. bt> 1900
round stamp of the Skete of St. Andrew
7tpoGKDvf|GC?|J,ev
[2r] half-illegible
r
Ha
and
"BnOAioTeKa
AOoirfc
with
r.," [i
lr] elliptical stamp
PyccKaro
AHApeeBCKaro ciarra," [back of front
cover and i r] in blue
cover
and i r] in pencil: "Add. Ms 11."
[back of front
pencil: "No. 754"

Marks:

Provenance:

of Sophia Negroponte,
in 1885; cf.
(seen by A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus
Constantinople
- 1900:
Olivier,
(cod. 754 in its
Repertoire, 389)
acquired by the Russian Skete of St. Andrew, Karies, Mt. Athos
on
seen
there
C.
R.
March
H.
from
Thomas
Walters
Whittemore.
library;
by
26,1902)
Gregory
purchased by
property

the headpieces must be the work of the scribe, since they are drawn in part in the same pale magenta
ink
Dating:
as the one used for tides in the text. The
are clearly
a
are
but
artist,
Evangelist
portraits
painted by professional
in particular demonstrate
that the scribe anticipated the presence of
parts of regular quires, and fols. 200?201
and that they must have been executed at the time of the text's copying. The miniature with the Virgin
from them in style and must have been added later. - Theodoulos'
differs
[lv]
script is similar to Vat. Ottob. gr.
a.
to
1281
hand
of
and
the
Theodore
active 1277-1308
381,
(Turyn, Vaticani, pi. 37),
(Nelson,
Hagiopetrites,
of Sinait. gr. 61, a. 1274 (Cutler,
Hagiopetrites, passim). The Evangelist
portraits resemble in style the miniatures
? I am unable to date
to the late thirteenth
I date W.526
Psalters, figs. 397-411).
century.
precisely the image of
was
It
the Virgin
in
which
is
when
the
added
received its present
[lv],
style.
quite peculiar
probably
manuscript
aworm channel that starts in the front cover also goes
since
rest of the bookblock.
fol.
1
the
and
binding,
through
most
same
If the binding is sixteenth-century,
the miniature
time.
likely dates from that
miniatures

aVirgin Eleousa
on her right side, with the
Iconography:
holding the Child
right hand over His head, is very
uncommon.
are
to
me
two Dalmatian
The only parallels known
icons of the late thirteenth century: Gamulin,
128f. with pis. iv?v.
Madonna,
References:
A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus,
%(opai? xov n?vxoi)
Hell?nikosphilologikos

"Ei)vo7cxiKf| eK9eai? rcaXaioypacpiKcov ?peuvcov ?v xe Kcovax/rcoAei Kai ?v xa??


Si? xf|v MaDpoyopS?xeiov
Bi?A,io9f|Kriv," Syggrammaperiodikon. Ho enK?nstantinoupolei
16
(1885): supplement
syllogos
[= Palaiographikon deltion (1885)], 4.

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C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 111:1155, cat. 1530.
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago,
lvii and lxxi.

1937), 355-57

with

pis.

ofBookbinding 525?1950 A.D.: An Exhibition Held at the Baltimore Museum ofArt, November 12, 1957 to
(Baltimore, 1957), 43 with pi. xxiv, cat. 103.
January 12, 1958, exh. cat., Walters Art Gallery
I. Spatharakis,
Illuminated
Greek
Dated
Corpus of
Manuscripts to theYear 1453 (Leiden, 1981), 81-82, with figs. 595-96,

The History

cat.

335.

BOOK

GOSPEL

W.527

i+135+i

Parchment,

[ALAND

folios,

2368]

204 x 150 mm,

ca. A.D.

1000, Byzantine

Empire

Buch
[lv] {Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 10; Early Chr. andBy% Art, pi. xcvi, cat. 714; Weitzmann,
x
Illuminated Book, fig. ii-16.c} Mark Seated Thinking. O ?(yio?) MapKO?
malerei, fig. 641; Diringer,
(123
82).
Illustrations:

taken in 1971), inserted horizontally


between fols. 3v and 4r of the twelfth
(studied on amicrofilm
Mt.
Cod.
Docheiarou
Greece
56,
Athos,
century Gospelbook
{Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 11;Weit
Monastery,
cO
Matthew
Seated
zmann, Buchmalerei, fig. 640}:
a(yio?) MaxOaio?.
Writing:
leaf:

Single

Ornament:

[2r]n-S

hapedHeadpiece

(34 x 84), Initial A.

ayiov Ei)(a)y(y?Xiov)*
xfjv Ko(piaKfm)
npb xcov Ocoxcov.
[2r-39v] Mk: T? Kax? M?pKO(v)
a:
Lk:
2:41
Mk
1:1-14:3
a-oxoih-Sd?
Ke((pccA,ai-ov)
7to?A)xe[A,oi)?]; [40r-59v]
eia[7topei)?|j,evoi];
[60r-72v]
Lk 9:41 Ttoxe
\iov ei ?jx??8:33 fA?pa[auI;
[73r-v] Jn. 8:19 n(ax?)pa
[74r-v] Jn. 10:4
12:42oi[KOVO(io?];

Text:

of ?v-10:18 ?[n ?jioi)]; [75r-v] Jn. 8:5 [A,i0o]?o?teioeai-8:19 owe x?v; [76r-v] Jn. 9:29 ? 0(e?)?-lO:3
avx?.

[77r-135v] Mt

Kai;

Testament

not

quotations

Diacritics

omitted.

sometimes

Double

abbreviated;

with

initial and (sometimes)

paragraph

breathing marks
accent

over

??.

biangular
No

or (much less often)

diaeresis

interval within

the text. ? Old

overt

or D.

rounded; very

High

points

and

small circumflexes.
?
periods.

Kai

V at the end of a line replaced by ~.

Script: one hand throughout: Perlschrift, almost pure minuscle;


somewhat laxAus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Ink: medium

lac, 75, 73, lac, 76, 74.

lac, 60-72,

lac, 40-59,

marked.

and Punctuation:

iota

to the end.

lacuna, 77-135,1-39,
sections marked

Ammonian

Apparatus:

Mute

of Folios:

Order

Original

9:6 ?cpi?vai

to dark brown. ? Paragraph

initials in magenta;

3-shaped

Gospel

?; characteristic

tide

oe

ligature.

- Tide

[2r] in

[2r] in gold over magenta.

of high quality, white and smooth. - [Note by C. Clarkson]:


"Goat-like; carefully selected; hair
some
in
'medium'
flesh
side
removed
follicles
areas;
removed;
polished; hair side partially polished;
only partially
to 'thick' inweight
(0.14-0.26 mm)."

Parchment:

Ruling:
page;

hardpoint;
justification

system 1; types V 00A1 (fol. 1), D 34D1


[128 x 85 mm]; interlinear distance 7 mm.

(fols. 2-9,18-135),

34C1

(fols. 10-17).

- 20 Unes
per

Quires: 1 (fol. 1), 4 x 8 (33), 7 (39: fol. 34 single), 2x8 (55), 9 (64: fol. 58 single), 8 (72), 4 (76), 6 (82: fols. 81 and
82 singles), 2x8 (98), 8 (106: fols. 101,102,103, and 104 singles), 8 (114: fols. 108 and 113 singles), 2x8 (130), 5
(135: fols.

131-33

singles).

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Quire

Signatures:

Greek

numerals

in pale brown

ink, s.XIV-XVI,

Im1: ? (107r), r| (115r), 0 (123r), i (131r), ia

(lr), i? (lOr), iy (18r), l? (26r), ie (34r), ir| (40r), 10 (48r),k (56r),K? (65r),Xa (75r) Greek numerals in

ink, s.XVI, same hand that added the apparatus (see below, "Marks"), Ii1: 8 (83r), e (91r), ? (99r)
r (82v), ^ (90v), i (98v), s (99r, 106v), % (114v), n
Cyrillic numerals in black ink, Ie3 or U3 and (sometimes) Im1:
n
i
ki
*
\a
(25v), A" (33v), hi (47v), *i (55v), ka (64v), kk (72v), ae (74v).
(135v),
(9v),
(17v),
(115r, 121v),
(130v),
vermilion

Foliation:

current, probably

by Dorothy

Miner

(S?): 1-36, 36bis, 37-135

earlier, in pencil

(Ie): 1-76, 76bis, 77-135.

leather over thin squared boards; ridgeless spine;


holes
for three bosses along the outer edge of each
66, fig. 37);
? All folios have been
thin
and
cover;
trimmed, and even the earlier
noticeably
flyleaves.
parchment pastedowns
[Notes by G. Petherbridge]:
(fols. 67-72).
"Originally sewn at
pencil foliation has sometimes been damaged
cover (cf.
at 22, 78,131,
four stations (see V-nicks),
and 185 mm from head. Now bound to a reused Armenian

Armenian
(ace. to G. Petherbridge);
Binding:
covers decorated
type 6 (Federici andHouLis,

tooled brown

so that the head


Venice, San Lazzaro, Ms 1580) whose boards were shorter and wider than the Greek manuscript,
was
of
that
of
the
Armenian
The
Armenian
the
Greek
with
covers'
trimmed flush
boards.
edge
manuscript
over the projecting endbands, has been trimmed off, but the characteristic
leather, originally moulded
shaping of
the leather turn-ins on the inside joints of the covers is still visible on the boards, now covered by modern
as are the remains of blue and red striped woven
silk textile doublures
(note that the
parchment pastedowns,
and San Lazzaro 1580 have split and have been repaired)."
"Mark miniature has a thread
joints of both W.527
sewn through the top of the leaf, which may have secured aminiature protector"
(curtain).
Marks:

and x?5l(o?), and (sometimes)


the opening
[passim] chapter numbers and tides, section numbers, apx(f|)
s.
of
in
carmine
XVI
14
added
hand
ink,
M?pKOD,
[39v upper margin] Kecp(?X,aiov)
phrases
liturgical readings
0: both in black ink, s.XIX - [back of front cover]: in pencil:
Kecp(a?,aiov)
[77r upper margin] Kax? MaxOa?ov
"G.VII.6"
Ex libris
and "1848-1931.
(oldWalters
shelfmark) and a bookplate with a profile portrait of H. Walters

Henry

Walters."

Provenance:
Gruel,

Paris

some
perhaps at
point
no.
964
(his
1028).

in the Monastery

of Docheiarou,

Mt. Athos

purchased

probably

from

and headpiece must be contemporary with the text: (1) the magenta used in the headpiece
and
frame is exacdy the same hue as the paragraph initials in the text; (2) the gilding of the inscription
also seems identical in shade with the gilding in the headpiece and Gospel tide; (3) the
and the halo in the miniature
is of the same texture and thickness as that used for the text. - Mark's figure is
parchment used for the miniature
not unfinished, but was, rather, meant to be painted inwash. There is some abrasion of the
on the
pigment
- The
ornament
are
and
feet.
of
in
and
W.527
face, hair, arms,
Moscow,
Perlschrift
Evangelist's
closely paralleled
Muz. 3644, a. 999 (Spatharakis,
is generally close to
Corpus, fig. 62; Weitzmann,
fig. 669). In style, the miniature
miniature
Dating:
for the miniature's

the painterly manner of tenth-century works, e.g., Paris gr. 70, a. 964 (Omont, Miniatures,
the end of the tenth or beginning
of the eleventh
century.

pi. lxxix). I date W.527

to

References:

K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago,


Th. Jirat-Wasiutynski,
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition

1937), 357f.
inHonor ofKurt

Weitzmann, ed. G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum


K. Weitzmann,
Die byzantinische Buchmalerei des 9. und 10. Jahrhunderts. Addenda
with figs. 640-41.

1973), 70f., cat. 7.


(Vienna, 1996), 82

(Princeton,
undAppendix

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W.528

GOSPEL

BOOK

Illustrations:

2372]

230 x 165 mm,

234 folios,

Parchment,

[ALAND

early thirteenth

[115v] {Carr, fig. 9B3; Demus,

century, Greece

fig. 2}Luke:

O a(yio?)

[above the frame], Lk 1:1

A(odk?c?)

E?IAHIIEPnOAA[OI] [in the book] (142 x 108).


x 100), Two
[2r] {Carr, fig. 9B1; Buchthal,
fig. 57} Square Headpiece (97
Partridges Flanking a Vase, Bird
Perched on a F lower, Initial B with a Griffin; [69v] {Carr, fig. 9B6} Tailpiece with Three Crosses (62 x 102); [70r] {Carr,
x
WJbKg 41 (1988): 156, fig. 13} Square Headpiece (99 99), Two Birds Flanking a
fig. 58; Nelson,
fig. 9B2; Buchthal,

Ornament:

Illuminated Book, fig. ii


Plant, Bird Perched on a Flower, Initial A; [U6r] {Carr, fig. 9B4; Buchthal,
fig. 59; Diringer,
x
a
a
on
Two
Peacock
Perched
InitialE
Birds
with a Feline; [188r]
Vase,
Flower,
7.b} Square Headpiece (100
100),
Flanking
x
a
Fountain, Bird Perched on a
{Carr, fig. 9B5; Buchthal,
99), Two Peacocks Flanking
fig. 60} Square Headpiece (102
Flower, E with (perhaps) a Griffin.
ayiov
a', lacuna: fol. 17v des. Mt
Ei)a(Yy?Xiov)*
Kecpa(^aiov)
[2r-69v] Matthew. T? Kax? MaxO(a?ov)
To
9:2 7rapa?,DXiK?v, fol. 18r inc. Mt 9:33 Kai eK?A/r|8evxoc;
Mark:
Kax?
MapKov
ay(iov)
[70r-114v]
a, end lost: des. Mk 16:17 eK?aMoixn;
Ei)a(YYeXiov)*
Ke(p?(?,aiov)
[116r-187v] Luke: T? Kax? Aodkccv
a, end lost: des. Lk 24:29 |ie?vov; [188r-234v] John: T? Kax?
ayiov Ei)a(YY??,iov)*
'Ic?(avvr|v)
Kecp(?Xaiov)

Text:

ayiov

Ei)a(YY?^tov)-

Blank

Pages:

lr-v

end lost: des. Jn 18:31 e?rcov ovv ai)x(co).

a',

Kecp?(Xaiov)
115r.

(flyleaf),

in the lower or
chapter numbers written in the outer margin; chapter numbers and tides written
? Section numbers written in the outer
- Old Testament
upper margin.
margin.
quotations not marked.

Apparatus:

Diacritics

and Punctuation:

Occasional

diaereseis

Common

endings,

rounded

over

Kai

I and

V.

breathing marks;

and ?? often

High

points,

abbreviated

very

small circumflexes.

low

commas,

points,

interrogation

? Mute
marks,

iota omitted.
and

colons.

?
?

at the end of a line.

and majuscule
Script: one hand throughout: "epsilon"-style with occasionally enlarged X, %, E, 0, and S. Minuscule
and (more rarely) heart-shaped
forms of ?, y, O, 9, and K used interchangeably; both minuscule
?; both closed
?
a
a
e
consonant
of
5 with
and
minuscule
(|)and open (p.Ligatures mosdy of with
subsequent
subsequent vowel.
Gospel tides in elaborate Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel with many letters involved.
Ink: black. - Tides,
over

magenta

paragraph

initials, chapter

and section numbers,

and the first page of each Gospel

in gold

ink.

of good quality, with no significant defects. ? [Note by C. Clarkson]:


"Goat-like; originally it appears
to have been a reasonable selection, now extremely cockled and distorted; hair removed; follicles partially
'medium' to 'heavy' (0.14?0.30 mm) in weight."
removed; both sides polished;

Parchment:

system 9; type 32C1 (the ends of the vertical


Ruling:
hardpoint;
lower edges) - fol. 115 unruled. - 23 lines per page; justification
Quires:

1 (fol. 1: flyleaf), 8 (9), 6 (15), 6 (21: fols. 18-19

singles), 8 (61), 8 (69: fols. 63 and 68 singles), 5x8

singles,

are quite far from the folios' upper and


ruling lines
x
98?100
[147?50
mm]; interlinear distance 7 mm.
text missing),

3x8

(45), 8 (53: fols. 47 and 52

(109), 5 (114: fol. 110 single, textmissing), 1 (115), x 8 (227),

7 (234: fol. 228 single, text missing).


Quire

Signatures:
original;
or 'lco(avvri?),
A(od)k(?c?),
Foliation:

in pencil,

probably

separately for each Gospel, with


and a Greek numeral, all Sm1.
by Dorothy

Miner

a cross, abbreviated

name M(a)x(9a?o?),

M?(pKO?),

(Se), incl. the flyleaf as fol. 1.

similar to Athens, NL 166 and 2676


(ace. to G. Petherbridge),
perhaps seventeenth-century
over
nos.
cat.
40
and
tooled
brown
and
Paschou,
38):
grooved boards, with prominent
goatskin
(Chatzinikolaou
brown calf repairs on exterior of upper and lower covers; many quires fortified with paper at the gutter; raised
trace of pins and fastening
endbands; paper pastedowns;
flyleaf (fol. 1: probably added by Gruel);
parchment

Binding:

Greek,

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braids. - Covers

cross in the middle of


66, fig. 37), with an ornamented
type 11 (Federici and Houlis,
?
worn.
a
one.
rosette
in the middle of the back
the front one, and
Tooling quite
Prickings survive in all three
[Notes by G.
margins of most folios, but the quire signatures are always pardy trimmed and sometimes fully lost.
mm
at
from
the
knife
four
and
195
stations, averaging 33, 88, 140,
Petherbridge]:
headcap. V-shaped
"Sewing
seems
cut preparatory
to
in
of
link
nicks
Sewn
folds
with
stitch
There
(restricted view).
spine
gatherings.
sewing
decorated

be a second

not been used constistendy


for
sewing phase utilising the earlier sewing nicks. The earlier holes have
the present endbanding. Unbleached
linen S-thread." - "Radiographic
examination
indicates that both boards are
of the same wood
species and the lower board, contrary to usual practice, is cut with the grain parallel to the head
?
and tail."
"There is physical evidence that this volume has had a second binding phase: there are earlier endband
of some gatherings, e.g., fols. 112?13; an inscribed pastedown
is unlikely to
sewing holes in the spine center-folds

as part of a first
binding. The layout of the cover design with center and corner pieces (a post
Islamic
under
suggest that
Byzantine development
influence) and the debased form of the fleur-de-lis tool would
the present binding was executed in the 17th century."
have been

included

text by a single hand in pale


in the Gospel
and punctuation
[passim] small corrections of orthography
brown ink
text; notes on the liturgical
[passim] s.XVI, vermilion ink: ap%(T)) and x?X(oq) added into the Gospel
use of the readings added in the outer margins ? [back pastedown]
s.XVIII, black ink, written before the sheet
was used for binding: + rpacpei?,
?xi ? p,(r|x)po7to(?,ixr|?)
xfj? "Ap
[7tpoG(pi5i?cTxax]? |ioi Ted)(pYie),

Marks:

xa? ra?pifiX [YluptiQovxa??no x(f)v) Kcovaxavxiv[oi)7to?iv] ?Ypi xepo? K(ai) ?xi)% xepo? ?Yivexo nap?
xo [....]. Kai xo?xo ?Xrfii?q]
x? X?yEiq. Aiaxi X?yovGiv
oi cpi?oaocpoi rccoc fj ai)vf|0eia
?axi rcp?Yl-ia 5vg
va
ko^o
KaKiav
??i)vaxov
K(ai) ai)xo? ?ai)vf|0iaev
K(ai) e?v(ai)
|iexaYi[...]eiv,
ei? xf|v
y?vt| KaX?q av
+
xov xfj? "Apxri? rcoi|a(?vo?) AiYa?poi)
pxn Te p
(8pco7t)o?:
nepi
\i?XXov r\ ra?pifj^oi)
7tpoa(pi??axax?
?vi
noXX?
Kai
v,
Yie Ypacpei?, &? ?no xfj? Baai?,eDoi)ar|?
Tt(co?)
\i?XXov ?ji??
?7tr|vfi? f\ 7tpoxep(ov)
xtjv ?^iv ?7tocpaivovx(ai),
eiv(ai)
K(ai) ai)x?v
?Yivexo, Kai aaqxo? X?yEic,. Oi y(&P) aocpoi 5i)G|iexa?Xr|xov
+
xe:
?v ?^ei xfjv KaKiav Kxr}a?|ievov
aYao?v
Y^v?aOai ov% o?ov
[234v: upper margin] erased note,
to
under
still
but
with
me,
"exco? 1829"
relatively legible
[front pastedown]
UV-light
incomprehensible
ending
and a crude drawing of a centaur (?) in the
gray ink (transcribed by N. Oikonomides):
Aijaixpioi) K[..]oi)xp[..J
same ink - [115r]
a
note
now
of
from
the
lost
page: visible under UV-light but illegible to me
offprint
preceding,
a
s.XIX, black ink
[front pastedown]
[back pastedown]
drawings and note in dark blue ink that I cannot read
...
...
to
visible
but
Ai?
?axi
xfj? 7iapoi)ar|? ?|ioA,OY?ac
(fully
only pardy legible
me):
(paivopivo?
Y^YP^W^?
...
...
...
xov
s.
8000
?SaviaOev
Kax'
XIX
ex., in blue ink
vo?
Ki)po?
Ypocu
7tap?
apiOjaoi)
[back pastedown]
I. IlaKoMri?
'Avaaxaaioi)
/ ToDpaoD?,apr|
/ Niko?,.
NiK?Xao?
(transcr. Oikonomides):
M7ia?aXapr|
in pencil: "G.V.13"
[front pastedown]
shelfmark)
(oldWalters
[passim] occasional
spots from wax and soot.
for a list of metropolitans
pharos 56 (1974): 123-29.

Note:

Provenance:

purchased

of Arta

by H. Walters

(among whom

probably

there is no Gabriel

from Gruel,

Ligabros)

see: Ates?s,

Ekkl?siastikos

Paris.

and its blue pigment has left several offsets on the


[115v] is almost entirely overpainted,
facing fol. 116r. Very similar colors are used for the tailpiece [69v], which is entirely new and pardy covers the
three red crosses with which the scribe ended his text. The palette of the miniature
and the tailpiece differs

Dating:

the miniature

from that of the four headpieces


and initials. These, especially the initials, were evidendy anticipated by
noticeably
the scribe, who left sufficient space for them, and must be contemporary with the text's copying. On their dating,
see Carr, 105-25. - Fol. 115 certainly
to the manuscript
from an early date, and the faded inscription
belonged
with the name of St. Luke above the frame is in magenta
ink and perhaps in the scribe's hand. The overpainted
miniature

and the new

the "restorer"

are probably

early twentieth-century.

of the miniature

since the pose of


evidendy followed the original underdrawing,
are
and esp. the peculiar position of his left foot
paralleled in several manuscript whose
script and
are very close to those of W.528:
cf. Buchthal,
84.
and
76,
78,
figs.

Iconography:
the Evangelist
ornament

tailpiece

105

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References:

K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 358-59.
O. Demus, "Studien zur byzantinischen
Buchmalerei
des 13. Jahrhunderts," Jahrbuch der Osterreichischen byzantinischen
Gesellschaft') (1960): 77-89,
H. Buchthal,
"Studies in Byzantine
27-102,
esp. 68-70.
A. W. Carr, Byzantine Illumination

GOSPEL

W.529

i+298+i

Parchment,

BOOK
folios,

esp. 80-84.
Illumination

1150?1250:

[ALAND

of the Thirteenth

Century,"

The Study of a Provincial Tradition

Jahrbuch der BerlinerMuseen


(Chicago

and London,

25 (1983):

1987), 210.

647 = 2371]

250 x 190 mm, mid-eleventh

century, Byzantine

Empire

[9v] {Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 70} Matthew Seated Writing. O &Yio? MaxOa?o?
(ca. 175 x 112);
[87v] {Spatharakis,
(ca. 177 x 118); [138v] Luke Seated Writing.
fig. 585} Mark Seated Writing. cO&yio? MapKO?

Illustrations:

O ?Vyio?Aodkoc? (ca. 173 x 111); [218v]JohnSeatedWriting. fO&yio? Icot?wri?) ? 0eoA,o(YO?) (170 x 107).
[4v?7r] Canon Table Frames with Two Columns, a Decorated Canopy, and a Pair of Birds Each (173 x 112, 180
x 115,180 x 114,179 x 110,179 x 112,180 x 113, 180 x 117,178 x 110,185 x 120,183 x 120); [7v] Interlace
x 57), InitialB; [87r] Gilded
Headband (ca. 5 x 113); [lOr] {Spatharakis,
fig. 586} Square Hollow Headpiece (ca. 57
InterlaceHollow Headpiece (ca. 40 x 55), Initial O (20 diam.); [88r] Square Hollow Headpiece (60 x 58), Initial A; [135r]
Ornament:

GildedInitialO (23 diam.); [139r]SquareHollowHeadpiece (56 x 56), InitialE; [219r]SquareHollowHeadpiece (58 x 58),
Headband (ca.
InitialE; [274v]GildedInitialO (28 diam.); [276r]H-ShapedHeadpiece (68 x 106); [288v]GildedInterlace
[291r] Gilded InterlaceHeadband

4x115);

(ca. 5x110).

v xfj? xcov EVayyE


253-55):
[lr-2r] Utter
ofEusebius toCarpianus-. 'Yrc?Oeai? Kavov
inc. E?ae?ioc
Xigx?v
863?; Soden, 388f.; -PG 22:1276-77},
Kaprciavq),
GDpxpcovia?
{CPG 3465: Gregory,
Tov
Canon
Mt:
MaxOa?ov
des. ?ppcoao ?v KDpico;
Kax?
Tables; [7v-8v] Chapters Ustfor
EuaYY^iou
[2v-7r]
x? Kecp?Ama
x? Kax(?) MaxOa?ov,
{Soden, 405-7};
[10r-82r] Mt Ei)aYY?^(iov)
colophon: T??,o? xov Ka

Text

(see also Kerameus,

'IvoiKorc^eDaxoD
EDaYY^iou;
{Soden, 317?; SC
[82r-84v] Preface toMt MaxOa?o?* Koap,?
no
toMt
tide
inc.
-PG
des.
159:289-93;
Odxo?,
88:285D-293A},
'A|niv; [85r-v] Preface
{Soden, 311}, inc.
~
no.
to
the
PG
des.
and
82; Nelson,
'Iax?ov,
Ei)aYY?^iov
Gospels {Soden, 303,
Preface, 6, with transi.;
Preface

x? MaxOa?ov

xov Kax? MapKov


Ed
8?, des. ?pxpavi?ei;
[86r-v] Chapters Ustfor Mk: Kecp?Xaia
xov
Mk:
x?
Kax?
Kax(?)
Ei)aYY?^iov
aYYS^io'o
M?pK(ov),
{Soden, 407-9};
[88r-134v]
colophon: T?Xo?
'Iv8iK07tXeDaxoD
MapKov
E-oaYY^iou;
{Soden, 318?; SC 159:295
[138r-v] Preface toMk: MapKO?* Koajia
no tide {Soden, 311}, inc.
inc.
des.
toMk:
PG
Kai
97;
Odxo?,
Tt?/rpcbaavxi.
'Ajifiv; [138v] Preface
88:289A-B},
7:886},

inc. T?aaapa

xov Kax? Aodk?cv Ei>aYY?^(ioD)


Lk: Kecp?^aia
{Soden,
~
no.
no.
271
254;
Komin?s,
5;
Ioannid?s,
62;
Soden,
380,
?,
409-11};
~
no.
no
to
inc.
10
des.
Verses
tide
BollBad
Lk:
Komin?s,
18;
Follieri,
Aodk?c,
16},
0eo(p?vr|?;
[137v]
(1956): 154,
~
~
62;
Soden, 378, no. 7; Mercati,
270, no. 2; Follieri,
80, no. 8; Ioannid?s,
(1959-60):
By^antion 29-30
Kax? Aodk?cv,
186, no. 3}, inc. Aodkoc?, des. cpa?v0r|; [139r-215r] Lk: Ei)aYY??,iov
colophon: T??,o? xov
'Iax?ov,

des. ?eiKVu?;
[137v] Verses

[136r-137v] Chapters Ustfor


toLk: no tide {Kerameus,

'Iv?iKorc^eDaxoD
{Soden, 319; PG
EDaYY^ioD;
[215v-216v] Preface toLk: Aodkoc?- Koajaa
to
inc. Odxo?, des. 7t?,r|pODVXi. 'A^v;
SC 159:299-301},
88:289B-292A;
[216v] Preface Lk: no tide {Soden, 311},
xod Kax?
inc. Iax?ov,
des. Tip^axo; [217r] Chapters Ust for Jn: Kecp??ma
'Ico(?vvr|v) Ei)aYY?^ioD
{Soden,
name
to
the
of the manuscript's
donor or scribe Mavoi)i|X:
Verses
;
411}
Jn, containing
[217v] {Clark, pi. lxxi}
~
~
~
no tide {Kerameus,
62;
Follieri,
Soden, 380, no. 19;
254?; Clark, 359; Ioannid?s,
154, no. 17; Komin?s,
Kax?
274, no. 6}, inc. Bpovxfj?, des. ^oyoi?;
'Ico?vvr|V; [274v-275v] Preface tojn:
[219r-274r] Jn: Ei)aYY?^iov

Kax? Aodk?cv

'Ico?vvri?- Koa|aa

'Iv?iKOTi;?,eDaxoD

{Soden,

320; PG 88:292B-293A;

SC 159:303-5},

inc. Odxo?,

106

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des. ?ia9f|KT|; [275v] Preface tojn: no tide {Soden, 311}, inc. 'Iax?ov, des. Y^ve?v;
[276r-291r] List ofGospel
Feasts
the
Movable
EvayyEXiGX&v 8i? xe xfj? ?p%fj? Kai
(type k): 'EK?,OYa8iov x?>(v) xeaa?pcov
Readings for
aiv
xoD x?XoD? xfjv 7tepiK07tTiv ?maxoD
??
Kai
xfjv x v Kecpa^aicov
EvayyEXiGxov,
7tapaar|(aei
?|aa
x
xco
xe?,eioi)v ?v
?Yi
n?a%(a),
|it|voa,oy?co {- Gregory,
7tepi?%ei 8? xr\v ?p%(f]v) ?no
aKpi?coc 5iaYopei)ov
344-64

and 384-86};

ai)v 0(e)
ofGospel Readings for the Immovable Feasts: SDVa^?piov
end
lost:
ends with
365-76},
{- Gregory,
|a?%pi |ir|(v??) AvyovGXOV

[291r-298v] Ust

vov ?no

|o,r|v?? Xercxep?pioD
28 and the tide for March.

ap%?|a,e
February

~
62
Lost Text
254; Ioannid?s,
Komin?s,
286, no.
(ace. to Kerameus,
254): [87bis r] Verses toMk {Kerameus,
~
~
no.
254; Komin?s,
266?, no. 2;
8;
Follieri,
Soden, 380, no. 17;
154,
15}; [87bis v] Verses toMk {Kerameus,
~
~
62;
Soden, 378, no. 6; Mercati,
Follieri,
186, no. 2}.
79, no. 7; Ioannid?s,
Blank

Pages:

9r, 87r, 138r, and 218r.

or middle margin; chapter numbers and tides written in the upper


Apparatus:
chapter numbers written in the left
?
- Section numbers and the number of the
canon table written in the left/middle
corresponding
margin.
margin.
> in the left
and end of liturgical readings marked
Old Testament
margin.
Beginning
quotations marked with
with ?p%(f]) in the left/middle margin and x?(Xo?)
lower or (less often) upper or left/middle margin.

at the end of paragraphs.

Liturgical

use of readings noted

in

? Mute iota omitted or


or
biangular
angular breathing marks; small circumflexes.
?
?
over I or D only for disassociation.
in "uppercase" position.
Diaeresis
(less often) adscribed, sometimes
High
sometimes abbreviated; v at the end of a line sometimes replaced with ~.
Kai
points and periods.

Diacritics

and Punctuation:

one hand throughout, although the ductus and the carefulness of the writing vary
Script {Clark, pi. lix: fol. 40v}:
somewhat: very regular, usually vertical or sometimes
slighdy sloping calligraphic minuscule with angular letter
forms; occasionally
?, 5, 0, and e;
appearances of majuscule
slightly enlarged ?, 3-shaped ?, and occasional
K
K
e
V or p (only the
characteristic
ligatures of with preceding vowel (the gets enlarged), of with subsequent
upper half of 8 is retained and enlarged in the shape of a hook), and xo or 7to juxtapositions
(the o gets enlarged).
?
in
in
the
and
and
titles
sections
and
of
Synaxarion
Menologion
epigraphic Aus^eichnungs
Gospel
preface tides,
in Alexandrian
and
Eusebian
Other
verses,
notes,
letter,
tides,
lists,
Majuskel.
chapters
liturgical
'lax?ov-prefaces
Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Ink: pale to dark brown. - Tides,
notes

Eusebian

letter, verses,

chapters

lists, and lax?ov-prefaces

in gold. - Liturgical

in magenta.

fols. 9, 87, 138, 218 are noticeably


thicker; 9v, 87r-v, 138r-v, and 218r-v are coloured in purple.
"Parchment affected by mould of purple color. Carefully selected; hair removed
[Note by C. Clarkson]:
to 'heavy' inweight
(0.16?0.25 mm). Full-page illumination on
completely; follicles mainly removed; 'medium'
heavier parchment
(0.35?0.38 mm), hook guard inserted."

Parchment:

88-137,129-217,
219-98), V 34C2 (fols. 2-6), PC2
Ruling:
hardpoint; system 1; type 34C2 (fols. 1, 8,10-86,
26 Unes per page; justification [153 x 106 (45+16+45) mm];
34D2
(fol. 7), V 22A1 (fols. 9, 87, 138, 218).
interlinear distance 7 mm.
1 (fol. 1), 6 (7), 1 (8: fols. 1 and 8 were probably originally a bifolium), 9 (17: fol. 9 single), 8 (25), 8 (33:
Quires:
1 (87), 4x8
fols. 28 and 31), 4x8
(65), 8 (73: fols. 68 and 71 singles), 8 (81), 5 (86: fol. 82 single, text missing),

(119), 8 (127: fols. 122 and 125 singles), 8 (135), 9 (144: fols. 137,138, and 143 singles), 2x8 (160), 8 (168: fols.
162 and 167 singles), 5x8 (208), 8 (216: fols. 210 and 215 singles), 2 x 1 (218), 8 (226: fols. 220 and 225 singles),
2x8

(242), 8 (250: fols. 245 and 248 singles), 8 (258), 8 (266: fols. 260 and 265 singles),
275 singles), 2x8
(291), 7 (298: fol. 292 single, text missing).

Quire

Signatures:

9 (275: fols. 267, 272, and

scribal, a cross Sm1.

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current, in pencil, probably by Dorothy Miner (Se); earlier, in soft pencil, probably by A. Papadopoulos
Kerameus
examined it in 1886) (Ie): 1?86 (=1?86), 1 fol. unnumbered,
(the volume was unfoliated when Gregory
1
89-206
fol.
207-21bis
222-97
unnumbered,
(=88-205),
(=207-22),
(=223-98).
Foliation:

olive brown velvet over squared wooden


and
boards; paper pastedowns
early twentieth-century:
- No substantial
two
some
of
last
fortified
with
folios
paper.
preserve their
flyleaves; gutters
gatherings
trimming:
on all three sides. - [Note by G. Petherbridge]:
were
"The
nicks
mutilated
prickings
original sewing
by the
on
was
sewn
at three stations (primary
tension of sewing
cords, but the manuscript
sewing): the center V-nicks

Binding:

a tail endband
can be seen in the
spine fold of fol. 148, and

sewing nick can be seen at fol. 154."

[58r, 61r, 65r, 125v, 126v, 127r, 252v, 294r, 295r, 297v, 298v] black ink: short notes in Arabic in the outer
next
to section tides ? [passim] faded Gospel
text reinforced in black ink ? [88v, 89r, 139r] dark brown
margin,
?
ink: crude ornamental drawings in the margins,
[87v bis: now
inspired by the manuscript's
original ornament

Marks:

of Jerusalem dated March 23, 1522 and stating that the book belongs to the
lost] note by patriarch Sophronius
253)
[78v, inner margin] an elegant hand s.XVI has added in black ink Mt 27:35
(see Kerameus,
Holy Sepulchre
?va 7tA,r|pG)0ii to K?,fjpov
transcribed
62; Kerameus,
[8r] (as
253) dark brown ink: T? napov
by Ioannid?s,
?e?ov

Kai

? xarceiv?? Kai ?v?^io?


?vaYvcovai
?od?,o? xoD?e OeioD Kai
??
axQ'
^Hv
Kax?
x?
iepoD EDaYY^ioD
iepo?iaKOVo?.
M?^i|io?
yEypa\x\i?vov
[1390] ?xo? ?no X(piaxo)D,
same
The
has
short notes on the order
En? ?? XOD Ttap?vxo? a\|/oe'
Kax?
hand
left
[1775]
(afjva 'IavvoDapiov.
of liturgical readings on fols. 78v, 79v, 253r, 269r - [back of front cover] "J.III.23" (oldWalters
shelfmark) and
"Ex
with
Libris
Walters."
Henry
plate
iep?v Ei)aYY??tiov

- no.
at the library of the
520/275
Sepulchre, Jerusalem
of the Holy Sepulchre, Constantinople
(seen there by E. Ioannidis in 1864, by C. R. Gregory on
in 1891) ? purchased by H. Walters probably from
and
A.
6, 1886,
by
Papadopoulos-Kerameus

Provenance:

1522: owned

Metochion
September
Gruel,

by the Church

of the Holy

Paris.

Dating:
executed
Matthew

etax?ev

and palette as the book's headpieces, which were certainly


G.
of St.
"The folio with the miniature
Petherbridge]:
together with the text's copying. [Note by
is prepared with a red background,
the presence of which in the fold extension around the back of this
(between fols. 17 and 18) indicates that the illumination was painted before the gathering was

the miniatures'

gathering
assmebled."-

frames have

the same ornament

idiosyncratic
script is somewhat similar to that of Codd. Naples, Bibl. Naz. II.C.26, a. 1045
(Lake, IX:pls. 660-61), Patmos 245, a. 1057 (Komin?s, Facsimiles, pi. 8; Lake, Lpls. 40-41), Athens, NL Megales
tou Genou
Dumbarton
Scholes 2 and Washington,
Oaks, no. 79.31, a. 1063 (Diehl, ArtSt 5 [1927]: fig. 7;
The

DOP 50 [1996]: figs.


Kavrus-Hoffmann,
are close in style to the murals
miniatures
Hammann-Mac
Lean and Hallensleben,
ca.
1040-60
century,
(cf. Prato, Scrittura

7-8), and Paris, BN Ms gr. 922, a. 1060-67


(Omont, Onciale, pi. 46). The
of St. Sophia in Ohrid, datable 1037?56 (Millet, Jugoslavie, Lpls. 1?12;
to the mid-eleventh
Monumentalmalerei, pis. 4-28). I date the manuscript
e civilt? 3 [1979]: 181).

seated frontally towards the viewer with a volume in his lap [9v] is a relatively rare
33
(Treasures, Lfig. 305; D?lger,
M?nchsland, pi. 90; Weitzmann,
Buchmalerei, fig.
figure
21
and
Vatican,
1522
23; Rosenbaum,
302; idem, Studies, fig. 89),
gr.
(Vangeli deipopoli, fig. 200; Weitzmann,
figs.
ArtBull 38 [1956]: fig. 10), Oxford, Bodl. Canon, gr. 110 (Hutter, Corpus, Lpl. ii and figs. 15 and 18;Weitzmann,
(see below), s. XI; Athos
fig. 316), all s.X; W.532
figs. 72 and 74), Athos Lavra A 86 (Weitzmann,
Iconography:

the Evangelist
Philotheou

type: Athos

61, ca. 1070 (Treasures, Lfig. 300; Spatharakis,


Preface andMiniature, fig.
Corpus, fig. 157; Nelson,
s.
A
Athos
Lavra
XII?
68; Galavaris,
7,
(The'sauroi, IILfig. 13; Nelson,
Prefaces, fig. 26);
fig. 67; Galavaris,
fig. 31);
frescoes, a.
Athos, Vatopedi
939, s.XII ex. (Th?sauroi, IV:fig. 275; Carr, By%. Illumination, fig. 10F3); Lagoudera
s.XIII (Th?sauroi, IILfig. 67); Sinait. gr.
DOP 50 [1996]: fig. 53); Athos Lavra A 118, miniatures
1192 (Nikola?d?s,

Koudoumousiou

s.XIII? (Weitzmann
and Galavaris,
Sinai, fig. 51); on later examples: Buchthal,
Musterbuch,
166, miniatures
52-54 with figs. 42, 46, 50, 56, 58, and 59; cf. also Mosq.
[1979]: fig. 5;
Syn. gr. 518, s. XI ex. (Popova, ZLU15
no. 8980E, s.XI ex. (Williamson,
eadem, Mu^ei 7 [1987]: 138), London, V and A Museum,
Treasury, 158f. and pi.
s.
XIII
Clara
6-7
nKHO
Patmos
ex?
Rodos
and
14; Putsko,
98,
Qacopi,
[1932-33]: fig. 84).
[1996]: 229),

108

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References:
Ei)aYY??a?)v ck [xeu?pavric"], Syggrammaperiodikon. Ho
syllogos 2 (1864): 62, cat. 3.

Emm. Ioannid?s,

["Ilepi SeKaxeaa?pcov

enK?nstantinou

polei Hell?nikosphilologikos
A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus,
Hierosolymitik? vivlioth?k? h?toi katalogos t?n en tais vivlioth?kais tou hagi?tatou apostolikou te
kai katholikou orthodoxoupatriarchikou thronou t?nHierosolymon kaipas?s Palaistin?s apokeimen?n hell?nik?n
cat. 275.
k?dik?n (St.-Petersburg,
1899; repr. Brussels,
1963), IV:253-55,
C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 1:209, cat. 647.
Soden, Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbarenTextgestalt hergestellt auf Grund ihrerText
1911), 151, cat. el 161.
geschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 359f. with pis.
H. von

lix and lxxi.


ofKurt Weitzmann, ed.
G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum
(Princeton, 1973), 148f., cat. 40.
to
the
Year 1453 (Leiden, 1981), 80, with figs. 585-86,
I. Spatharakis,
Illuminated
Greek
Dated
Corpus of
Manuscripts

J. C. Anderson,

cat.

in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts

inAmerican

Collections: An Exhibition

inHonor

329.

leaves 530a-g are at present kept in individual folders but were purchased by H. Walters, probably
from Gruel in Paris, as an album. The latter, now empty, is bound in red velvet over cardboard and consists of
iswritten
cardboard leaves on which the miniatures were once stuck. The original Walters
shelfmark, "G.IV.19"
in penen on fol. i r, supra.

W.530:

The

LEAF

W.530a
Parchment,

FROM

A GOSPEL

1 folio, 270 x 190 mm,

LECTIONARY

[ALAND

second quarter of the eleventh

I 1222]

century, probably

Constantinople

and 102; Walters Art Gallery, 119; Vikan, Amer.


{Glory ofByzantium, frontispiece
to
From
Icon
Randall, Masterpieces, pi. 3;
Pages, pi. vii; Arts of theMA,
Image, pi. v; Milliken,
15.2 (1958/59):
A World Civilisation, 101: fig. 18;Weitzmann,
fig. 639; Caws, AllenMusBull
cat.
St.
Mark
Seated
Illuminated
701; Diringer,
Art, pi. xevi,
Book, fig. ii-16.a}
Thinking. O oyio?
Illustrations:

other

side of leaf blank.


of high quality.

Parchment:
Ruling:

Collections, figs. 12-13;


in Byzantium:
pi. ii.2; Vikan,
fig. 2; Early Chr. andBy%
MapKO(?)
(198 x 150);

none.

Parent Manuscript:
A3), Gospel

Athens,

Lectionary,

National

parchment,

Library of Greece, Ms 2552 (formerly Serres, Pr?dromos Monastery, Ms


305 x 220, 174 fols., linn. 23 x 2 [207 x 140 (60+20+60)],
ruling 56C2f.

Historical Museum,
the miniature is extremely similar in style to those of theMoscow
"Imperial" Menologion,
cat.
must be the
cat.
in
f.:
Mt.
Athos
Treasures
and
183
101
56;
Russia,
125-130,
ii.6),
(Glory ofByzantium,
Syn. gr.
asW.521,
on
to
same
set
the
whose
work of the same painter. The Moscow manuscript
date, see above.
belonged
Dating:

Iconography:

on the
Evangelist

type: Hunger,

in RBK, II:460f.

References:
Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 111:1269, cat. 1222.
"KaxcxXoYO? x v ?v xfj ?i?A,io6f|KTi xfj? napa xoc? Z?ppa? ?.Movfj? xov Tiu?ov
[Dimitriad?s],
2 (1920): 198f., cat. 3.
IIpo?pouoi) eni ueu?pavric %eipOYp?(pcov,"NeosPoim?n
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 360.
Th. Jirat-Wasiutynski,
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts
inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition
inHonor
ofKurt
C. R. Gregory,
Christophoros

Textkritik

desNeuen

109

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(Princeton, 1973), 72?, cat. 8.


Weitzmann, ed. G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum
the
Illuminated
and Chr. Toufexi-Paschou,
A. Marava-Chatzinikolaou
Byzantine Manuscripts of the
Catalogue of
cat.
17.
National Ubrary ofGreece (Athens, 1978), 1:79-81 with figs. 131-42,
Die byzantinische Buchmalerei des 9. und 10. Jahrhunderts. Addenda undAppendix
K. Weitzmann,
(Vienna, 1996), 92f.
with fig. 639.
eds. H. Evans and
in The Glory ofByzantium: Art and Culture of theMiddle Byzantine Era A.D. 843?1261,
K. Corrigan,
of Art (New York, 1997), 102f., cat. 57.
Museum
exh. cat., Metropolitan
W. Wixom,

LEAF

W.530b

1 folio,

Parchment,

A PSALTER

FROM

117 x 91 mm,

1087-88,

[RAHLFS

1010]

Byzantine

Empire

Illuminated Books, fig. 117; Spatharakis,


fig. 204; Vikan, Amer.
{Glory ofByzantium, 360; Calkins,
DOP
30 (1976): fig. 9;
15.2
AllenMusBull
idem,
Collections, fig. 39; Caws,
fig. 1;
(1958/59): fig. 1;Weitzmann,
cat.
Illuminated
Chr.
699; Diringer,
Belting,
andBy^. Art, pi. xcvii,
fig. 71; Early
JOB 21 (1972): fig. 13; Cutler,
Bollettino delMuseo Bodoniano 7 (1993): 168, fig. 4; Old Masters and the Bible, cat. 29}
Book, fig. ii-19.a; Fiaccadori,
Illustrations:

theLaw. O 7tp(o(pfixr|?)
Moses Receiving
Mc?ixyfj? ?K %eip?(?)K(i)p?o)i) Se%o|ie(vo?) x(?c?) 7t?,aK(a?). eO7tpo(p(fixr|?)
Mcouofj?
Text:

v xa<)x(a?)

?7t?Kop,i?

x(co) ?,a

(70 x 60, incl. frame).

Ps 76:13-21.
kathismata numbered

Apparatus:

at the end: S?c/x. K?Q(iG\ia)

I after Ps 76.

? Mute iota omitted. ? Diaereseis


rounded breathing marks; small circumflexes.
?
?
and abberviated endings at the end of a line.
Occasional
over i and I) only for disassociation.
superscriptions
Each psalm verse started on a new line with an initial; verses ended with colons; psalms ended with :~.
and Punctuation:

Diacritics

broadened V, and mosdy majuscule


t|; a and
l, occasionally
Script: elegant Perlschrift with occasionally hightened
?
same
in
a
scribe
codd.
The
COsometimes ligated with
Vienna,
my mind,
copied,
preceding consonant from below.
Theol. gr. 336, a. 1077 (Hunger, Studien %urgr. Pal?ographie, pi. v; Buberl and Gerstinger,
Handschriften, II, pi.
?
to
in
Alexandrian
the
miniature
Pezarou
50.
and
Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Athens, MIET,
Inscription
xii.4)
Ink: light brown; verse
in vermilion.
miniature
Parchment:
Ruling:
Quire

initials in gold over magenta;

tides, Socja, and Ka0(iG|O,a)

inmagenta;

inscription

to the

of high quality.

hardpoint;

type P3d-V

64Alpq

scribal, inmagenta:

Signatures:

? 22 text
lines; justification
?
cross Sil
in dark brown

[62 x 53 mm];

interlinear distance

ink, s.XVI?: Greek

numerals

3 mm.

Ie2.

Cod. 761, Psalter, a. 1087-88, parchment


Parent Manuscript:
(fols. 231-37
Mt.-Athos,
Vatopedi Monastery,
x
linn.
19
fol.
x
[70 55], ruling P2 24C1
Ill),
97, 230 fols, (foliated 1-199, 206-37; W.530b
originally
paper), 118
on fols. 1-2, lOr, and 231-37):
and P2 44C1. Contents
[3r-4v] Paschal tables for the years
(excl. later additions
xov Mco?o?a,
xov 7tpo(pfix(r|v), inc. Mex?
des. \|/a?,p,oi)?
ei? Aa(i)i)8
[5r-7v] npoypapiia
,?q>F?-,?%iff;
xco
Se
des.
inc.
and
PG
?Kax?v 7revxf|KOVxa {CPG 4542.1:
avx?v,
K(i)pi)co ?ie
M?ao?
55:531-34}
[7v-8r]
xfj? ?K??osco? x v \|/aX|icov, inc. UoXXr\q xo?vuv, des. ?v xo?? npo
x?Xov(v)
[8r-v] ne(pi)
{PG 84:24C};

(pfixai? {CPG 6202a:PG 84:25A;CPG 2238: PG 27:56A-57A}; [8r-9v] Tive? fip|ifi(vei)aav) x? \|/a?,x(fipiov)
7tox?, inc. npcbxri ?axiv, des.
eEpp,r|V8?a xov 5(i)a\|/a(X,|a,axo?)

K(ai)

TtocTOiK(ai)

29B};

[9v-10r]

PG 84:28C
xfj Tip?? Akx?xx {CPG 2249: PG 28:433B-436B,
xov Ni)(aar|?),
inc. npo?o<)ar|?
xov ?(y?oi)) rpriY(opioD)

110

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[15r-lllr] Pss 1-76;


{PG 84:28}; [lOv] blank; [llr-14v] miniatures;
xov
inc.
T?
Kax? \i?v xf]v e?patSa
(p
?Mr|Xoi)?a
?XXr\Xox)?a9
[112r-206r]
vf]v, des. oi)x( ?) 0?O7tp?7t ? Xoyi^EGQai
[206v] miniature;
[207r-229r] Biblical Odes I-IX, XI-XIV
{unpubl.};
ek
cum
'Ev T(fj)
Psalmi
O?
x(ov) Kax(?) MaxOaio(v)*
Odis, 341-65};
MaKapiO|ioi
[229r-230r]
{~ Rahlfs,
etc.
v
gov
?
Mt
v?v.
MeO'
5:3-12; [230r] A?(^a) K(ai)
fi|a
0(eo)?,
?acHA,?ia
|i,vfia0r|x(i) Tt|i( v), K(t)pi)e.
x? ?vojaa ai)XO?) Mey?A,(ov).
{Horologion, 164}, end missing, des. Kai Ka?ie?xai
y?p, des. x

Note:

? ?vrixoQvxi
7iv(ei)|iax)iK
Pss 77-151;
[206r] cEp|ir|veia

it seems

these were

that the painter of fols, lllv


later colored by another hand.

and 206v

left the other miniatures

(fols. llr-14v)

unfinished,

and

from the Paschal tables of Vatop. 761. These tables have justification [75 x 55] and ink very similar to
Dating:
?
those used for the text, and are therefore an original part of the manuscript.
They are complete at the beginning.
shows that the
The change of ruling on fol. lll/W.530b
(cf. the rest of the manuscript),
adapted to the miniature,
side by side.
scribe and the painter worked
on Moses Receiving
the Law as illustration to Ps 77: Belting,
Iconography:
JOB 21 (1972): 23-32; Buchthal,
on
scene
in general: Fiaccadori,
Bollettino delMuseo Bodoniano 7 (1993): 170-89
the
Jewish Art 12/13 (1987): 12-14;
with figs. 2-14 and 24-25.
References:
H. Brockhaus,
Die Kunst in denAthos-Klostern (Leipzig, 1891; 2nd ed. 1924), 207-9.
et signatures dans les manuscrits
des Xe?XlIIe
si?cles conserv?s au monast?re
D. Serruys, "Souscriptions
(Athos)," Revue des biblioth?ques 14 (1904): 63-76, esp. 66, cat. 609.
Vatopedi
G. Millet,
"L'art byzantin," inHistoire de l'art depuis lespremiers temps chr?tiensjusqu'? nosjours, ed. A. Michel, vol.

1,

esp. 224.

(Paris, 1905), 127-301,


Verzeichnis der griechischenHandschriften desAlten Testaments (Berlin, 1914) [=Nachrichten von derK?niglichen
1010.
Gesellschaft derWissenschaften %uG?ttingen. Philologisch-historische Klasse (1914), Beiheft], 9, cat. 609/Sigel
on
in
and Arcadios,
the
the
Mt.
S. Eustratiades
the
Greek
Athos
Ubrary of Monastery ofVatopedi
Catalogue of
Manuscripts
150, cat. 761.
(Cambridge, 1924; repr. New York, 1969) [=Harvard'TheologicalStudies-XI],
pt.1

A. Rahlfs,

G. Millet,

"Le Psautier

arm?nien

illustr?: Le Psautier

arm?nien

et le Psautier

byzantin,"

Revue des ?tudes arm?niennes

9 (1929): 162-81.
K. Weitzmann,

Psalter Recension,"
"The Psalter Vatopedi
761: Its Place in the Aristocratie
Journal of theWalters
Art Gallery 10 (1947): 21?51; repr. in idem, Byzantine Uturgical Psalters and Gospels (London, 1980), no. iii.
R. G. Calkins, A MedievalTreasury: An Exhibition ofMedieval Art from the Third to the Sixteenth Century (Ithaca, 1968),
11 Of, cat. 18.
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt Weitzmann, ed. G.
Vikan, exh. cat, Princeton University Art Museum
(Princeton, 1973), 108f, cat. 23.
to
I. Spatharakis,
Illuminated
theYear 1453 (Leiden, 1981), 35, with figs. 202-4,
Dated
Greek
Manuscripts
Corpus of

S. Gardner,

cat.

106-7.

A. Cutler, The Aristocratic Psalters in Byzantium


with figs. 61-77, cat. 15.

(Paris, 1984)

[= Biblioth?que des Cahiers arch?ologiquesXIII],

26-29

et al. Hoi th?sauroi touHagiou Orous. Eikonogaph?mena cheirographa (Athens, 1991), 4:117-19 and 292?95.
P. K. Christou
H. Evans,
in The Glory ofByzantium: Art and Culture of theMiddle Byzantine Era A.D. 843?1261,
eds. H. Evans and
Museum
of Art (New York, 1997), 360f, cat. 241.
W. Wixom,
exh. cat. Metropolitan
Ch. Mavropoulou-Tsioumi,
in Treasures ofMount Athos: Catalogue of theExhibition, exh. cat. Museum
of Byzantine
cat.
Culture (Thessaloniki,
5.6.
1997), 203,
S. N. Kadas, Ta s?meiomata t?n cheirograph?n tesHieras Megist?s Mon?s Vatopaidiou (Mt. Athos, 2000), 135, cat. 761.
Other

Bibliography:
tomegaperiechon hapasan t?n an?kousan auto akolouthian kata t?n taxin tesAnatolik?s
hypokeimen?n aut? euag?nmonast?ri?n, 6th ed. (Athens, 1977).

Horologion

Ekkl?sias

kai t?n

Ill

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LEAF

W.530C
Parchment,

FROM

A PSALTER

1 folio, ca. 147 x 100 mm,

(apparatus), Byzantine

late eleventh

TESTAMENT

century

(principal

1429;

[RAHLFS
text and miniature),

ALAND

fifteenth

2191]

century

Empire

{Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 37; Deshman, Mthelwold, fig. 120; Early Chr. and By %Art, pi. xcvii, cat.
Illuminated Book, fig. ii-19.c} Sts. Paul, Peter, John, Luke, Matthew, andMark: ? ?(yio?)
?
nott)?,o?,

Illustrations:
706; Diringer,

a(yio?) n?xpo(?), ? a(yio?)


MapKO? (129 x 71).
Text:

NEW

AND

Jn 21:16 A?yei

'lco(avvri?)? 0eo^oyo(?),

r I?oi|iaiv?-21:25

ai)x

? ?(yio?) Aouk?c?, ? ?(yio?) MaxOa?o?, ? a(yio?)

'A|ifiv.

(all added): ?p(%T|) and x?(A,o?) within the text; liturgical notes in the outer margin; endnote to Jn: X?
Apparatus
xov
'l (avvriv) ?y?ou EvayyEXiov,
Kax?
ax?%oi ,?x\ ? Kai ?^eSoOri vn auxou
p,(?)x(?) xpovoD?
A?'
Xoq
xov
X(piGXO)v ?vaXfi(\|/eco?)
T(fj?)
(cf. Soden, 1:297, no. 42).
and Punctuation:
rounded breathing marks; small circumflexes. - Mute iota adscribed. - No diaereseis
i and I). ? Commas, high points, periods, and question marks. ? Common
endings sometimes abbreviated.

Diacritics
over

Script: elegant sloping cursive. Mosdy majuscule


K, 8, ?, and CO;
?.
occasionally
spectacle-shaped
Hand
(that added
Supplementary
name
in
the
his
lower
margin
signed
IILno. 145).
Ink: pale brown;
Parchment:
Ruling:
mm];

of high quality,

exceptionally

type 42Dlb
hardpoint;
interlinear distance 3 mm.

r|, 0, and k; closed

; compound

ov; occasionally

enlarged

close to the Hodegon


the apparatus): elegant minuscule,
style; the scribe
of Vatop. 762, fol. 16v; he is probably identical with Gregory Alyat?s
(RGK

initials in gold

paragraph

a,

(without underlying

magenta).

and thin.

white

(originally 44D1).

Page

ruled for 33 lines, 24 written;

justification

[115 x 60

Cod. 762, Psalter, Gospels, Acts, and Episdes; parchment


Parent Manuscript:
Mt.-Athos,
Vatopedi Monastery,
x
W.530c
162
107
352
fols,
332-47
and
mm,
(foliated 1-162,163,164-350;
originally fol. 211),
(fols. 2-3, 5-16,
paper),
on
x
fols.
lv-16v
and
Contents
later
additions
44D1.
linn. 33, justification
330r-47v):
60-62], ruling
(excl.
[115
xov Aa(m)5*
[18r-82r] Pss 1-151 and [82v-88r] Biblical Odes I-IX
[18r-88r] ^akxipiov
[17r-v] miniatures;
cum Odis, 341-59};
Kax?
[88v-89v] miniatures;
[90r-126v] Mt. E\)ayy??iov
{Horologion, 64-78; Rahlfs, Psalmi
Kax?
Mk:
MaxOa?ov;
E^ayyeAaov
MapKov;
[149r-v] miniatures;
[150r
[127r-v] originally blank; [128r-148v]
Kax? Aodk?cv;
[186r-211r] Jn: E?>ayy?Xiov
[184v] originally blank; [185r-v] miniatures;
184r] Lk: Ei>ayy??aov
x v ?y?cov a7toox?Xcov,
Kax?
'Ico?vvr|v; [212r-248v] Acts: Ilp?^ei?
[249r-315v] Pauline Epistles-. To? ay?o\)
a7toax??io'?

na?Xot)

emaxo^a?;

[315v-329v]

Catholic Epistles:

'Ap%Ti x v knx?

KaOo?iKC?v

EniGXoX&v;

[330r-331r] miniatures.
on fol. 184r of Vatop. 762, there is, infra, a small elegant drawing of amale head that was certainly done
Dating:
or at least the
scribe.
the
Thus, it is very likely that the person who copied the text also executed the miniatures,
by
to
and
that
Sinait.
347
similar
the
codd.
is
hand
The
for them.
gr.
very
(Weitzmann
copied
script
underdrawings
labeled "cod. 342"), London, BL Add. 11870 (Buckton,
Galavaris,
Sinai, fig. 188: mistakenly
Byzantium, 156, cat.
Menologion, fig. 3D2), and Paris. Coislin 79 (Omont, Onciale, pis. 47-48; Spatharakis,
is datable a. 1074-78
(see Spatharakis,
Corpus, 1:30).
175-76). The last manuscript

169; Sevcenko,
ILfigs.

Corpus,

References:
H. Brockhaus,
Die Kunst in denAthos-Klostern (Leipzig, 1891; 2nd ed., 1924 ), 209f.
et signatures dans les manuscrits
si?cles conserv?s au monast?re
des Xe?XlIIe
D. Serruys, "Souscriptions
14
Revue
des
(1904): 63-76, esp. 73, cat. 610.
biblioth?ques
(Athos),"
Vatopedi
H. von Soden, Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbaren Textgestalt hergestellt auf Grund

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ihrer

1911), 107, cat. 8250.


Textgeschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
A. Rahlfs, Verzeichnis der griechischenHandschriften desAlten Testaments (Berlin, 1914) [=Nachrichten von derK?niglichen
cat. 610/Sigel
1429.
Gesellschaft derWissenschaften %uG?ttingen. Philologisch-historische Klasse (1914), Beiheft], 9,
on
in
S. Eustratiades
the
the
Mt.
Athos
and Arcadios,
the
Greek
Ubrary of Monastery ofVatopedi
Manuscripts
Catalogue of
(Cambridge, 1924; repr. New York, 1969) [=Harvard Theological Studies XT[, 150?, cat. 762.
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 361.
C. L. Bruno,
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt Weitzmann,
Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum
(Princeton, 1973), 106?, cat. 22.
ax? xeip?ypacpo

Chr. Mauropoulou-Tsioum?,
xfj? ?7to\)pav?oi) lepoaa^f|ja'
"Ilap?oxaari
Baxorceoioi)," Kl?ronomia 6 (1974): 105-11.

ed. G.

762 xfj? Movfj?

eadem, "E?KOVoypacpiK? O?jiaxa ano x?v K SiKa ?p. 762 xfj? Movfj? Baxofte?iot)," Kl?ronomia 6 (1974): 375-79.
et al.,Hoi th?sauroi touHagiou Orous. Eikonogaph?mena cheirographa (Athens, 1991), 4:120?23 and 295?99.
P. K. Christou
S. N. KADAS, Ta s?meiomata t?n cheirograph?n tesHieras Megist?s Mon?s Vatopaidiou (Mt. Athos, 2000), 135?, cat. 762

LEAVES

TWO

W.530d-e

A GOSPEL

BOOK

[ALAND

1474]

ca. 226 x 153, second quarter of the twelfth century,


probably

2 folios,

Parchment,

FROM

Constantinople

\5.2 (1958/59): fig. 10; Diringer,


Illuminated
[d] {DorothyMiner Memorial, fig. 2; Caws, AllenMusBull
x
cat.
incl.
Chr.
Mark
Seated
Book, fig. ii-16.d; Early
118,
718}
frame); [e] {Glory
Thinking (162
andBy% Art, pi. xcvi,
\5.2
ofByzantium, 94, cat. 48; Calkins, Treasury, fig. 19; Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 63; Caws, AllenMusBull
Matthew
His
Pen:
Illuminated
Seated
9;
Diringer,
Book,
MaxOa?o?
(162 x 116,
(1958/59): fig.
fig. ii-17.c}
Dipping
incl. frame); back sides both blank.
Illustrations:

+ ? ?(yio?)
hand, sXIII-XIV:
frame, pale brown ink, inexperienced
above
Alexandrian
frame, magenta
ink,
EVa(yyEXiGXV\c?) MapKO?;
[e]
Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel,
scribe's hand (cf. Nelson,
Hagiopetrites, fig. C-10): see above.
Inscriptions:

Parchment:
Ruling:

[d] above

of good

hardpoint;

Quire Signatures:
the miniatures).

quality, with

a light defect

in the outer margin

of fol. d.

type 30C1; ruled for 19 text lines with

justification

dark gray ink, s.XVI?: Greek

Im3: a

numbers

?n?(GXoXo?3) Kai
evidendy in the

[155 x 115 mm];

interlinear distanced

(e), 18 (d) (both in the lower margins

mm.

under

Parent Manuscript
Lavra A44, Gospel Book, parchment, 228 x 165, i+416
(studied on microfilm): Mt.-Athos,
linn.
19.
Toft
MaxOa?ov
x? Ke((pa?aia),
fols.,
Kax(?c)
Eva(yyEXiov)
[Ir-v] blank; [lr-2v]
[3r-115v] "Ayiov
Kax? MaxOa?ov,
x? KEip?Xaia,
?\)ayy?5uov
EV(a)y(yEXiov)
[116r-v] Toi) Kax(?) MapKov
[117r-v] blank,
[118r-187v]

T? Kax(?)

M?pK(ov)

ayiov

ei)ayy?Xiov,

[188r-189v]

Ta K?(p??,aia

xov Kax(?)

Aoi)K(?v)

Kax(?) Aodk?cv,
[190v] miniature,
[191r-310r] "Ayiov ?i)ayy??iov
[310v]
x? KE<p?(Xaia),
Kax(?)
EvayyEX?ov
e/Ayiov e?ayy??^iov)
[312r -400v]
v Si? xe xfj? ?p%fj? Kai xov x?Xovq
x?v xeaa?pcov
lco(?vvr|v),
5EK?,oya?(iov)
ei)ayye?iiax
[401r-416v]
?Kaa
xfjv 7t8piK07tfiv ?xov EKaaxoi) ei)ayy??iaxoa)
?\ia ?? Kai xf)v x(cov) K?(pa(A,aicov)
7tapaar||i??(?aiv

?y(ioi))
blank,

Ei)ayyeX(io\)),
Kax?

[311r] Too

[190r] blank,

lco(?vvr|v)

xoo) EvayyEX?ov
incl. Ei)ayy??ia
aKpi?oc
8tayop?i)o(v),
XOV O?(od) xp?voi),
blank.
[417r-v] originally

?i?cpopa

?i? ?opx(??)

?y?cov

and Mr|vo?i?yiov

are attributable to the


Master"
DOP 36
(first identified by Anderson,
"Kokkinobaphos
two
to
are
other manuscripts with illustrations attributed
him
datable: Vatican. Urbin. gr. 2, ca. a.
[1982]: 89-92);
cat.
1125 (Spatharakis,
with
and
Christ
Church gr. 32, ca. a. 1139 (Hutter,
41,
251-54,
Oxford,
135),
Corpus,
figs.
cat.
IV:64-69
iii
with
345-56
and
and
iv,
Corpus,
24).
figs.
pis.

Dating:

the miniatures

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on the thinking Evangelist

Iconography:
ibid., 461.

[d]: Hunger,

in RBK, II:460f.; on the Evangelist

dipping

his pen

[e]:

References:
H. VON Soden,

Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbarenTextgestalt hergestellt auf Grund ihrer
Textgeschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
1911), 169, cat. s2017.
C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 111:1150, cat. 1474.

and S. EUSTRATIADES, Catalogue of theGreek Manuscripts in theUbrary of theLaura onMount Athos


(Cambridge, 1925; repr. New York, 1969) [=Harvard Theological Studies H3X\, 6, cat. 44.
R. G. Calkins, A Medieval Treasury: An Exhibition ofMedieval Art from theThird to the Sixteenth Century (Ithaca, 1968),
11 If., cat. 19, with fig. 19.
Spyridon

G. Vikan,

in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt Weitzmann,


Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum
(Princeton, 1973), 138f., cat. 36.

ed. G.

R. S. Nelson,

Theodore Hagiopetrites: A Late Byzantine Scribe and Illuminator (Vienna, 1991) [= OsterreichischeAkademie
derWissenhschaften. Philosophisch-historische Klasse. Denkschriften 217; Ver?ffentlichungen derKommission f?r
ByZantinistik IV], pis. 78 with fig. C-6, 80 with fig. C-10, and 81 with fig. C-ll.
"A Twelfth-Century
Leaf from the Byzantine Courdy Circle in the Freer Gallery of Art (Freer 33.12),"
J. C. Anderson,
Gesta 35 (1996): 145f. with fig. 5 and n. 9.
in
The Glory ofByzantium: Art and Culture of theMiddle Byzantine Era A.D. 843?1261,
eds. H. Evans
idem,
cat.
of Art (New York, 1997), 94f,
exh. cat, Metropolitan
Museum
48.
Wixom,

TWO

W.530f-g
Parchment,

2 folios,

LEAVES

FROM

ca. 250 x 167 mm,

A GOSPEL

BOOK

late thirteenth

century, Byzantine

[ALAND

and W.

1498]
Empire

Illustrations:

Illuminated Book,
[f] {Lowden, 285; Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 95; Weitzmann,
fig. 5; Diringer,
in
Seated
the book: Lk 1:1
Iskusstvo
Luke
?
ii-21.c;
Popova,
ay(to?)
Aoukoc?,
Novgoroda iMoskvy, 196}
Writing,
fig.
x
incl.
other
side
blank; [g] {Lowden, 285; Diringer,
129,
E7ti?8i7tep no[XXo?~\ (170
frame);
fig. ii-17.d;
a Book: o ay(io?)
on the scroll: Jn
?
Seated
Weitzmann,
4;
Popova,
Ico(avvr|?)
OeoA?yoc,
197}
John
Holding
fig.
1:1 Ev ocp%fi r|v o ?oyo?
(165 x 131, incl. frame); other side: {Lowden, 285; Vikan, fig. 96; Early Chr. andBy^.
cat.
Illuminierte Buch, fig. 6; Diringer,
Art, pi. ciii,
735; Belting,
fig. ii-20.d} Christ Appearing toHis Disciples.
Parchment:
Ruling:

of good

hardpoint;

quality,
type D

smooth

32D1,

and without

defects.

ruled for 25 text lines with

justification

[180 x 115 mm];

interlinear distance

7 mm.

253 x 168,
Parent Manuscript
Lavra, Cod. A76, Gospel Book, parchment,
(studied on microfilm): Mt.-Athos,
linn. 42 (fols. 1-7) and 25 (fols. 9-217).
i+221+i fols, (foliated 1-99, 99bis-182,184-91,191bis-218),
[lr-4v]
x v e?oo|xao(cov)
na
gvv
xov
?Xod
@(e)&
?viaa)x(o\))
7t?pi?%(ov) 7t?a(av) xfjv aKo?io'?B??av)
Zwa^apiov
xov
Ust
the
Kax?
a?v, ?p%op,?VOV ?n(o)
'Ico(?vvr|v) ?Y(?oi)) EVa(yyEX?ov),
[4v-7v]
ofGospel Readings for
Immovable Feasts

(tide illegible on film), end missing:

ends with

July 9, [8r-v] blank,

[9r] fY7to8eai?

Max6(a?ov) Eva(yyEXiov) {Soden, 314f.}, [9r-10r]Too K(a)x(?) Max0(a?ov) ^a^YS^oi)


[lOv]miniature,

A,(aia),

[llr-69v]

T? Kaxa Max0aiov

&yiov

?\)aYY?^iov,

colophon:

xov K(a)x(?)

x? K?(p?

T?A,o? xov K(a)x(?)

Max9(a?ov) ?\)aYY?^(^o^)5[69v-70r]miniatures (lowerhalf of 70r blank), [70v] eY7to0?(ai?) (???) x? K(a)x(?)


M?p(Kov) ??)a(YY?^iov) { Soden, 314f.}, [70v-71r] Tou K(a)x(?) M?pK(ov) ewxyysMou x? K?(p??,aia, [71v]
end missing,
&Yiov ?i)aYY?^iov,
[72r-106v] To Kaxa MapKov
Aodk?cv
x? K?(poc?,(aia),
EvayyEX(iov)
[107v-108r] Toi) K(a)x(?)

miniature,
blank,

des. Mk

16:10 p,?x' aa)xo\),


[107r]
[108v] cY7to8?(ai?) ?i? x(?) K(a)x(?c)

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Aod(k?cv)

?\)a(YY?^iov)

{Soden,

315},

[109r-170v]

T? Kax?

Aoi)kcx(v)

ayiov

Evayy?Xio(v),

colophon:

T?Xo(?) gvv Q(e)& xov K(a)x(?) Aoi)K(?v) ?y?o\) EvayyEX?ov, [171r-217v]T? Kax? 'lco(?vvriv)ayiov
euayyeAaov,

colophon:

xo? Kax?

5Ico(?vvr|v)

the Same Manuscript:


National Library of Russia, Ms
tables, [8v] miniature.

Eva(yyE)X(?ov).

from

Leaves

Single

T?(?,o?)

St.-Petersburg,
[lv-8r] canon

gr. 305

(not seen by me),

233 x 158 mm,

8 fols.:

[lr] miniature,

247 x 167 mm, If.: [r]miniature,


[v] 'Yn?
?axi
end
des.
lost,
'Ico(?vvr|v) e?ayy??iov
0?O(i?) ??? x(?) K(a)x(?)
{Soden, 315f.),
??r|0f|?
?poatc.
then Boston, R. Willoughby
Present whereabouts
unknown, formerly Chicago, Prof. Harold R. Willoughby,
(studied
x 168 mm, If.: [r]
on
inc.
248
x?
Kai
lost,
jaoa),
a?|aa
[r]
Preface tojn {Soden, 316}, beginning
photographs),

Paris, ?cole

Nationale

Toft K(a)x(?)

des Beaux-Arts,

5Ic?(avvr|v)

Eva(yyEXi)ov

Ms

2 (studied on photographs),

x? KE(f>?X(aia),

[v]miniature.

Volume
Historical Museum, Ms muz. 3648 (bought in 1835 from the
(not seen by me): Moscow,
Companion
x 175, 273 fols., linn. 25 [180 x 117-123],
251
Acts
and
Lavra, Mt.-Athos),
Episdes, parchment,
ruling C 32C1.
same
as
to
in Lavra A76. The miniatures,
theWalters Evangelist
The scribe is the
although quite similar in style
are probably by a different
portraits,
painter.
to a single hand; the dating
I attribute all miniatures
in spite of the different techniques of execution,
rest of the miniatures.
the
97f.
for
for
also
the
Weitzmann,
holds, therefore,
portraits by
argued
Evangelist

Dating:

on the scene of Christ's

Iconography:

appearance

to the Aposdes:

Weitzmann,

95f.

References:
K. Lake, "Texts from Mount Athos," Studia B?blica etEclesi?stica 5 (1902), 182, cat. 124.
H. von Soden, Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbarenTextgestalt hergestellt auf Grund ihrer
1911), 169, cat. s2021.
Textgeschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 1152, cat. 1498.
Spyridon and S. EUSTRATIADES, Catalogue of theGreek Manuscripts in theUbrary of theLaura onMount Athos
9, cat. 76.
(Cambridge, 1925; repr. New York, 1969) [=Harvard'TheologicalStudiesXII],
S. De Ricci, Census ofMedieval

and Renaissance Manuscripts

in theUnited States and Canada

(New York,

(corr. 2).
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago,
si?cle (Paris, 1958), 3, cat. 4.
By^ance et la Trance m?di?vale:Manuscrits ?peinture du IIe auXVIe
E. E. Granstrem,

"KaTaAor

rpenecKux

pyKonHceii

AeHHHrpaACKHx

xpaHHAHin;.

BbirrycK

1935), 670, cat. 8

1937), 360f. and 372.


4. Pvkoiihch

XII

BeKa,"

vremennik 23 (1963): 190, cat. 362.


Vi^antiiskii
K. Weitzmann,
"A Fourteenth-Century
Galette des beaux-arts, ser. 6, 62 (1963):
Gospel Book with Washdrawings,"
91?108; repr. in idem, Byzantine Book Illumination and Ivories (London, 1980), no. vi.
K. Treu, Die griechischenHandschriften desNeuen Testaments in den Bibliotheken der UdSSR (Berlin, 1966) [= Texte und
Untersuchungen %urGeschichte der altchristlichenUteratur, 91], 133.
s. dans les collections de l'URSS," inUart byzantin du
A. Bank, "Les monuments
de la peinture byzantine du XlIIe
XHIe

si?cle:Symposium de Sopocani 1965, ed. V. J. Djuric


(Belgrade, 1967), 96?, with
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition

Th. Jirat-Wasiutynski,

figs. 18?19.
inHonor ofKurt

Weitzmann, G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum


(Princeton, 1973), 184?87, cat. 52.
A. V. Bank and O. S. Popova,
eds. Iskusstvo Vi^antii v sobraniiakh SSSR? Katalog vystavki (Moscow, 1977), 111:145-47,
cat.

991.

et al.,Hoi

th?sauroi touHagiou Orous. Eikonogaph?mena cheirographa (Athens, 1979), III:54f. and 230f.
"'A7tOKax?axaori xov xeipoyp?qxn) A 76 xfj? Movfj? M. Aa?pa?," Kl?ronomia W (1979): 341-46.
xov Kcb?iKa A 76 xfj? [tovfj? M. Aaupa?,"
idem, "EiKOvoypacpiK?? rcapaxripfiaeic a? rcap?cxacri
Aphier?ma st?
mn?m? Stylianou Pelekanid? (Th?sSaloniki, 1983) [=Makedonika,
with
Suppl. 5]: 418-24,
pis. i-ii.

S.M. Pelekanides
G Tavlak?s,

V. G

"PaHHenaAeoAoroBCKai? HAAioMHHOBaHHafl pyKonncb


kurtury: novye otkrytiia (1988): 308-30.

Putsko,

bMocKBe

(FHM, My3.

3648)," Pamiatniki

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E. N.

"K

Dobrynina,

Bonpocy

cocra.Be

HAAiocTpaTHBHoro

HKOHorpaa^HH

itHKAa Achhhh

h nocAamrii

anocTOAOB BTopo?? noAOBHHbi XIII b. (EHM,


My3. 3648)," in Drevnerusskoe iskusstvo: Issledovaniia i atributsii,
eds. L. I. Lifshits et al. (St. Petersburg,
1997), 139-49.
L P., M. M. Naumova,
V. N. Kireyeva,
E. N. Dobrynina,
and B. L. Fonkitch, Material)/ i tekhnika
Mokretsova,
vi^antiiskoi rukopisnoi knigi / Materials and Techniques ofByzantine Manuscripts (Moscow, 2003), 141 f. (Russian
cat. 12; 168-81 (Russian text) and 283f.
text) and 275 (English text), with figs. XII.1-2,
(English text) with
figs.

cat.

XX.1-11,

20.

in Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557),


ed. H. Evans, exh. cat., Metropolitan
Museum
of Art (New
J. Lowden,
cat.
170.
York, 2004), 285f.,
Mount Athos Treasures in Russia, Tenth to Seventeenth Centuries: From theMuseums, Ubraries andArchives ofMoscow and the
Moscow Region, eds. B. L. Fonkich,
Ancient Russian Art and Culture

W.531

BOOK

GOSPEL

Parchment,

ii+233+ii

[ALAND

folios,

exh. cat., Andrei


and L. M. Evseeva,
cat.
ii.19.
2004), 151-53,

G. V. Popov,
(Moscow,

Rublev Museum

of

2375]

320 x 230 mm, mid-twelfth

century, Byzantine

Empire

Illustrations:

Geschichte, pi. 16;Arts of theMA, pi. vi, cat.


[59v] {Robb, IlluminatedMs, fig. 32; Felicetti-Liebenfels,
and Brunov, Geschichte, 11:82, fig. 189} Baptism: f[ Banxioi?
11; Lazarev,
Istoriia1, pi. 143 6 and r; Alpatov
x 165);
in the book: Mk 1:1 + Ap%r| xov e?avKeAao'O
Mark
Seated
b
\v o?
[60r]
?yio? MapKO?,
(248
Thinking,
x
248
and
Arte
Nesbitt,
y?yap[7cxai]
(ca.
166); [102v] {Cutler
bizantina, 336; Lazarev,
pi. 143 a and b; Belting,

ZJKgAX(1978): 237, fig. 21}Annunciation:? Xai|pexr|GU?c (248 x 160); [103r] {Cutler andNesbitt, 337} Luke
Seated Writing, no inscription, in the book: Lk 1:1 + E7ii[5f|7i;ep] (173 x 160); [173v] {Glory of Byzantium, 96, cat. 51;
Last Phase, fig. 27; Capps,
Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 76; Early Chr. and By %Art, pi. cv, cat. 732; TalbotRice,
Ilium.
RIASA n.s. 18 (1971): fig. 61;
AllenMusBull15
Book, fig. ii-20.c; Matthiae,
(1957/58): fig. 14; Diringer,
Belting,
234, fig. 17} Raising ofLazarus: t| ?yepcu? xov Aa??pou
(235 x 163); [174r] {Vikan, fig. 77; Buchthal,
o 0?O?t?yoc
DOP 15 (1961): fig. 6; Early, pi. cv, cat. 732} John SeatedHolding a Scroll: o ?yio? lco(?vvr|?)
(242 x 168).
Ornament:

[61r]Hollow Headpiece

(35 x 155), Initial A;

[175r] Headpiece

(62 x 70), Initial E with Two Falcons, aHare,

and a Patridge.
Text:

[lr-58v] Mt,

beginning

lost, inc. 5:12, endnote:

e-uayy?(Xiov)

Kax(?)

Max0(a?ov);

[59r] Chapters Ust for

Mk: Ta K?(cp?Xaia) xov K(a)x(?) M?pK(ov) EvayyEX(iov) {Soden, 407-9}; [61r-101r]Mk: T? Kax? M?p
kov ay?ov e?ayy?A?ov,
endnote: euayye^iov)
K(a)x(?) MapKov;
[101v] Chapters Ust for Lk: Ke((p??iaia)
xov K(a)x(oc) KovK?v
?y(?oa)) Eva(yyEXiov)
{Soden, 409-11};
[103r-172v, 176r-179v] Lk: + T? Kax? Kov
xov K(a)x(?)
K?v ay?ov ei)(ayy??,iov)T (?vvr|v)
a; [175r] Chapters Ust for Jn: K?(9a?,aia)
Ke((p?A,aiov)
end
K(a)x(?)
lost, des. 21:17
Tco(?vvriv),
e\)ayy?(A,un))
{Soden, 411}; [175r-v, 180r-232v] >: E\)ayy?A,iov
a?xco [x?].
? Section numbers and the number of the
chapter numbers and tides written in the upper margin.
canon table written
in the vertical margins. ? Old Testament
quotations marked with ein the left
corresponding
?
or middle
and end of liturgical readings marked with ?p%(f|) and x?(Xo?) within the text.
Beginning
margin.
use of readings and their beginning noted in the lower, upper, or outer margins.
Liturgical

Apparatus:

over
rounded breathing marks; small circumflexes. ? Mute iota omitted. ? Diaeresis
and Punctuation:
?
i common.
accent over ?? (hand A only) ? Commas, high points, question marks, and periods. ?
Double
a line. ? Kai and
Common
endings often abbreviated at the end of
preposition Eni often abbreviated (hand A only).

Diacritics

Script:
often

two hands: A
enlarged

y, x, k,

(fols. 1-101,

119, 122, 131, 171-72,

(|), and (heart-shaped)

?; majuscule

175-79,

211, 218) florid, widely

T|, often umbilical

0, ^-shaped

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spaced minuscule with


cj, and lunate 8? x in the

-ov ending often superscribed, with the V involved in the O. Chapters


articles XOV, x , and X? often superscribed;
B (fols. 103-18,
lists in Alexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
120-21, 123-30, 132-70, 180-210, 212-17,
219-32)
e
the
5
of
Scrittura
civilt?
bold, blocky version (CARR,By% Illumination,
[1981]: 17-76)
(Canart,
"epsylon"-style
r|. Liturgical
cj;majuscle
126-28) with enlarged X, (j), (heart-shaped) ?, (3-shaped) ?, and (double-3-shaped)
notes in one hand throughout, perhaps identical with A: sloping cursive with predominantiy majuscule
letter
forms

Ink:

and

numerous

abbreviations.

(hand B) black.
Chapters lists, liturgical notes, ap%(fi)
in gold over magenta.
section
and
numbers
chapter titles,

(hand A) dark brown,


tides,

Gospel

and XE(Xoq) inmagenta.

of medium quality, with a number of defects in the margin


(fols. 64, 70, 98,140,156,160,161,174,
- fols.
are
some
even
text
into
the
field
1-102, 119,122,131,171-79
223, 230),
(fols. 15,120,166,
167)
reaching
C.
than
the
others.
various
thicker
smoother
and
"Goat-like; rough selection;
Clarkson]:
[Note by
noticeably
scars and scrapes; hair and follicles only partially removed; both sides polished;
'medium' to Very heavy'
weights;
Parchment:

(0.12-0.36

mm)."

a
mm inside the left text
hardpoint; system 1; types ~53B2d with
superfluous extra vertical line 6?10
and ruled for 27 text lines, of which only the first 23 are written
22E2b
(fols. 1-57),
(fols. 58-72), 20C2
20E2
fol. 173
32C2
(fols. 73-96, 98,101,171-72,176-78),
(fols. 97, 99-100,102),
(fols. 103-70,175,180-232);
a
linn. 23 (fols. 1-92), 24 (fols. 93-96,
unruled, fol. 174 ruled with
103-70,
rectangular frame for the miniature
- interlinear
x
25
140-50
171-72, 175-79)
180-232),
(ca. 60+20+65)
mm]
(fols. 97-102,
justification [220-30
distance 10 mm.

Ruling:
column,

Quires: 1 (fol. 1), 9 x 8 (72), 8 (80: fols. 75 and 78 single), 2x8


fols. 131 and 138 single), 4x8

5x8

(170), 6+3

(179: fols.

173-74

(96), 6 (102), 2x8

bifolium,

(118), 4 (122), 8 (130), 8 (138:

fol. 175 single), 7 (186: fol. 186 single),

(226), 6 (232).

?
ink, Greek numerals H2: KO (218v), X (219r)
later, in brown ink,
Signatures:
possibly original, inmagenta
numerals U2: ? (41v), ia (80v), K? (194v), k? (195r), K0 (219r)
illegible remains of signatures in brown,
lion fols. 118v, 123r, 138v, 146v, 147r, 155r, 171r, 179v.

Quire
Greek

incl. 63bis ? older, from April 8,1935,


in pencil Se: 1-3
current, from 1972, in pencil Se: continuous,
61-66
67
68-75
76
77-176
4_60
177-233
(=173-75),
(=1-57),
(=58),
(=64),
(=59-63bis),
(=65-72),
(=73-172),
two
in
Ie:
1
unnumbered
yet earlier, perhaps by Gruel,
(=176-232)
(=173-74),
(=175), 2-57bis
pencil
(=1-57),
58-63 (=59-63bis),
64 (=58), 65-72 (=65-72),
73 (=64), 74-118bis
119-72
173-229
(=73-118),
(=119-72),

Foliation:

(=176-232).
[174r, lower margin] inmedium brown ink: lco(?vvr|?)
[125r, central margin] dark brown ink, s.XIII?:
to
text - [144v, 211r: lower margins) black ink, s.
omitted
the
scribe
added
the
New
Testament
phrase
by
original
+
XVI?: chapter tides added
K(vpi)E K(ai) at)yxcopr|(cTOV) xr?v \\fV%r[Vxr|?
[174v] in gray ink: Mvf|a(0r|)x(t)
Gov
xov Ka?,r|y?
xov KvfiaGEVOV K(ai)
Kai K(o(v)Gx(a)v(x?vov)
Sot)?,(r|?)
"Awri? xfj? Ap?evourcoD^oc
xov T?avo<)?,??
va ?%r| xov ay(iov)
xov Nvoari
v) ?yy?X((ov)
ji?xa xov ay(i
xfj? 0rjyaxepo?
Tpiyo(piov)

Marks:

?v r||i?pa Kpfjoxo? xfj? A?\>x?pa?


?xi ?OK?7taG? xo ??ayyeXaov
?
K(ai) 7tpoax?xr|v
7tapo\xr?(ac)
va
same
note
lower
hand
and
ink:
with
added,
0(??)?
ai)y%C?pf|a(r|) a?xo??;
[188r,
margin]
pericope
incipit
of Trabizond. Mr.
note, inDorothy Miner's hand: "From monastery
[WAM curatorial file] pencil-written
Walters pd. ? 10,000 for it, about in 1929 or 1930 (same (year asfter Byz. exhib). Turkish soldier bought it from
?or|0ov

the monastery. Kelekian


from same source to Lodge and Walters bought this from
sold another manuscript
Gruel." - [back pastedown]
in pencil: "Resewn, with order of leaves corrected; rebound, using old covers; by
Deborah Evetts, New York - May-July
1972"; [i recto] in pencil: "refoliated after rebinding and rearrangement
1972.
Old
Walters
foliation
remains
in brackets. New foliation adjacent with final - dash: upper right
leaves,

of

corner."

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boards, with (original) blind and gold tooling. "The old sides
Binding:
light brown leather over squared wooden
have been removed from their original boards and replaced on new boards with a new calf back." Paper pastedowns
and flyleaves, all added at restoration. "The new sewing utilizes 4 out of the 5 old sewing positions."
(Quotes
?
are from D. Evetts' conservation
with
the
of
many
report of 1972.) Noticeable
quire signatures and
trimming,
at
C.
five
stations
"Previous
the
and two endband
lost.
lines
of
Clarkson]:
[Note by
sewing
ruling
marginal
stations: 22, 50, 111, 164, 224, 281, and 300 mm

tie-down

from headcap."

a
of St. George TtepicT
Gospel book [Aland 2343] seen at the Monastery
probably identical with
on
near
in
Th.
the
of
1911-12 - in the
M.
and
winter
Trebizond
X?pa?
Mynas
February 6,1845
by
by
Kluge
of a certain Pellikidis
(seen there by M. Alpatov
(see LAZAREV, Istoriia1, 111 and 314 n. 29), Trabzon
possession
from
Paris.
in the autumn of 1924)
1930 (?): purchased by H. Walters
Gruel,
probably

Provenance:

after scibe B: on fols. 119, 122,131, 211, and 218 he neady supplemented
(or perhaps,
text copied by B on the adjacent folios, and in the margins of fols. 125v, 132r, and 189r, added
the
replaced)
text. - The illuminated ornament may have been the work of scribe A, since
phrases that B had omitted from the
and initial are found. - The
in the first gathering of Jn, he only did the first leaf (fol. 175), where the headpiece

Dating:

scribe A worked

on fol. 103r, the picture's frame slighdy covers the edges of the Gospel tide and of
painter worked after scribe B:
in parallel with scribe A: the illustrated fols. 59, 60,
the liturgical note in the upper margin. He might have worked
?
Hand B finds dated parallels only after a. 1153: see Carr, By%
and 102 are integral to gatherings copied by A.
to the script of the
Illumination, 127f.; Gamillscheg,
JOB 37 (1987): 313-21. Hand A, in its turn, is quite similar
and
Ms
G.I.8
Octateuch
Spieser, By^ance, fig. 281; Spatharakis,
Istanbul, Topkapi Saray,
(Cutler
Corpus, figs.
and 109; Anderson,
DOP 36 [1982]: fig. 37). The ornament
Octateuchs, figs. 3,14,15,
(fols. 61r,
ca. a. 1139 (Hutter,
in
Christ
Church
is
351,
IV.2,
348,
354,
32,
Oxford,
gr.
175r)
Corpus,
figs.
closely paralleled
and 355), Paris, BN gr. 1208 (Cutler and Spieser, fig. 302), and Vatic, gr. 1162 (Marien-homilieri). All these
were illustrated by the "Kokkinobaphos
master," whose
activity is datable ca. 1125?50 (see above,
manuscripts
onore de'Maffei, 221).
on
the dating of the Octateuchs'
under "W.530d-e";
script cf., however, Perria in Studi in
- I date W.531
to
is similar to the frescoes of Pherai, ca. a. 1152 (Sinos, Klosterkirche).
The style of the miniatures
of the twelfth century.
the middle
568-71;

Lowden,

scenes: Meredith,
on the combination
of Evangelist
JWCI29
portraits with select New Testament
Iconography:
in
in RBK,
found
is
W.531:
Lazarus
424ff.
of
The
Hunger,
only
Jn [173v-174r]
(1966):
accompanying
Raising
scene [102v], the Holy Spirit is portrayed in the form of a dove (b/w the letters i and
11:457. In the Annunciation
Q of the inscription %aip?XT|op,o?). The closest parallel for this detail, as well as for the "hanging" garden in the
on the left [102v], is found in the Sinai Annunciation
icon (Glory ofByzantium, 374?, cat. 246). - On
background
in RBK, 11:463; Buchthal,
the Evangelist
Musterbuch, 42-45 with figs. 36, 37, 39,
holding a scroll [174r]: Hunger,
40, 45, 51, and 52; Spatharakis,
Evangelist, figs. 27, 28, 31-39.
References:

aus den Kl?stern


neue Evangelienhandschriften
der Kirchenprovinz
Th. Kluge,
"Mitteilung ?ber mehrere
des Urchristentums
Kunde
neutestamentliche
und
die
die
Chaldin (Vilajet Tirabzon),"
Wissenschaft
Zeitschrift f?r
cat.
5.
(1912): 268,

13

im Gebiete
der byzan
2. Forschungen
M. Alpatoff,
"Eine Reise nach Konstantinopel,
Nic?a und Trapezunt.
tinischen Plastik und Malerei," Repertorium f?r Kunstwissenschaft 49 (1928): 75.
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 361 f.
in Byzantine Art: A European Art: Ninth Exhibition Held under theAuspices of theCouncil of
D. Charalambous-Mouriki,
cat. 319.
Europe (Athens, 1964), 320f. and 545,
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt Weitzmann, ed.
A. van Buren,
G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum
(Princeton, 1973), 158-61, cat. 44.
xov
"Ta %?ip?ypacpa xfj? |xovf|? ?y?oi) r?C?pyio\)
I.Kolia,
rtepiox?p?G)xr| (cxr\v 87tap%ia xfj? Tpa7t??o'6vxo?)," in
1979), 213, cat. 2.
Aphier?ma ston kath?g?t?Uno Polit? (Th?sSaloniki,
eds. H. Evans and
A. W. Carr, in The Glory ofByzantium: Art and Culture of theMiddle Byzantine Era A.D. 843?1261,
cat.
51.
Art
of
Museum
exh.
W. Wixom,
cat., Metropolitan
(New York, 1997), 97,

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W.532

GOSPEL
i+303+i

Parchment,

BOOK
folios,

[ALAND

1356]

345 x 245 mm,

late eleventh

century, Byzantine

Empire

Seated Writing, b ?(yio?) MaxBa?o?


(231 x 194, incl. frame); [97v] Luke Seated Dipping
x
His Pen: b ?(yio?)
194, incl. frame); [150v] {Vikan, Amer. Collections, fig. 74; Berkowitz,
Aowac
(231
pi. 46;
cat.
cat.
Chr.
In
the
and
Mark
Seated
b
733;
Art,
civ,
22,
4}
?(yio?) MapKO?
Early
By%
Beginning,
(230 x
Thinking,
pi.
Illustrations:

[16v]Matthew

192, incl. frame); [239v]JohnSeatedThinking,b ?(yio?) Tc?(avvr|?) (230 x 194).


[lv?2r] Ornamented Frames for theUtter
ofEusebius, with Pairs ofPeacocks on Top (217 x 165; 222 x 165);
Amer.
Collections, fig. 75} Canon Table Frames, Each with Two Columns and a
[3v?4r, 5v-6r, 7v?8r, 9v?lOr] {8r: Vikan,

Ornament:

Pair ofBirds (ca.250-55 x (at the base) 190-95); [llr]Heaband (16 x 70), InitialE; [14r]
Headband (18 x 74); [17r]
SquareHollowHeadpiece (69 x 70), InitialB; [94r]Headband (15 x 73); [94v]Headband (16 x 75), InitialO; [95v]
Headband (15 x 75); [98r]SquareHollowHeadpiece (69 x 72), InitialA; [146r]Headband (13 x 75), InitialO; [147v]
Headband (16 x 71); [151r]
n~ShapedHeadpiece (83 x 69), InitialE; [236v]InitialO; [238v]Headband (20 x 72); [240r]
n-Shaped

Headpiece

(82 x 67), InitialE

with a Blessing Hand.

Text

(see also Kerameus,


205?): [lv-2r] Utter
XiGX((?v) a\)|i(pcovi(a?)
{CPG 3465: Gregory,
vco, des. ?ppco(ao) ?v K(i)pi)co;
[3v-4r, 5v-6r,
Max9a?ov
ypa^a
ei? x?(v) ?\)ayy?A,iax?iv

v xfj? x v EvayyE
ofEusebius toCarpianus-. eY7to8?cu? Kavov
ine. Euce?ioc
863f.; Soden, 388f.; -PG 22:1276-77},
Kapma
Canon
TablesI-X;
7v-8r, 9v-10r]
[llr-14r] Preface toMt. IIp?
-PG 88:285C-293A},
folios out
{Soden, 316-18; SC 159:287-93;

of order, inc. "E^6c?p,?v Xoinbv, des. Kai 7t?r|po\)vxi.


'Ap,f)v.; [14r-15r] Chapters Ust for Mt Too Kax? Max
xa
Baiot) ayioi)
?K xov Kax(?)
?0)ayy?(Xioa))
K?cpaA,(aia)
{Soden, 405-7};
[17r-94r] Mt. Evayy?Xiov
to
xov
Verses
Mt.
Max6a?ov
MaxBa?ov;
Exi%(oi) ?i?
?\)ayy?(?iaxf|v)
[94r-v]
{Komin?s, 264f., no. 5; -Soden,
no.
to
xov
380,
24}; [94v-95r] Preface Mk: npoypapjaa
ei?
?\)ayy??iiaxfiv
MapKov
{Soden, 318?; SC\59:295
97; PG 88:289A-B},

inc. Ooxo?,

des. Kai nXr\povvxi.

'Ap,f|v; [95r] note: "E%?i ?? x? Ka(x?) MapKov


,a%\ xix?,oi)? \vr\, KE((f>?Xaia) gX?;
[95v-96r] Chapters Ust for Mk: To\) Kax? M?p
oi xixXoi {Soden, 407-9};
?K xov Kaxa M?pKov,
[98r-145v] Mk: E'?ayy?Xiov

?0)ayy?(Xiov)
axi(%o-o?)
Kov ?y(ioa))
?\)ayy?(Xio\))
lacks Mk 7:8 ?vxo?,r|v-7:35
endnote: "E%?i ?? x? ?i?Xiov
?ir|voi]%0r|ciav;
,?co\ K?((paA,aia)
xp?', x?xXovc,
ny; [146r] Verses toMk: Zxi%oi ?i? xov ?'?a(yy?A(iaxfiv)
267f., no.
M?pK(ov)
{Soden, 381, no. 25; Komin?s,
to
xov
Lk:
PG
Aoo)Ka(v)
88:289B-292A;
5}; [146r-147v] Preface
??c
?i)ayy?^iaxfiv
np?ypa|i|ia
{Soden, 319;
SC 159:299-301},
inc. O?xo?, des. nX^oovvxi.
'Ap,f|v; [147v-149r] Chapters Ust for Lk: To\) Kax? Aoukocv

x? K?(p?(Xaia)
?K x(ov) Kaxa Aodk?cv;
?\)ayy?A,io'?
{Soden, 409-11};
[151r-236v] Lk: E?)ayy?>.iov
[236v]
xov
no.
Verses toLk: Ixi(%oi)
KovK?v
26; Komin?s,
EvayyEXiGXT\v
270?, no. 3}; [236v-238r]
?i?
{Soden, 381,
SC 159:303-5},
Tco(?vvr|v)
d? xov ?\)ayy??,iaxTiv
{Soden, 320; PG 88:292B-293A;
Preface tojn: npoypa|ip,a
inc. Omo?,
des. ?ia8fiKT|; [238r] note: "E%?i ?? x? ?i?^iov
,?x', K?(cp?^aia)
axi%(oi)?)
a^?', xixXov(?)
irf;

Ust for Jn:To? Kax? Tco(?vvr|v) ?0)ayy??iio\) x? KEq>?X(aia) {Soden, 411}; [240r-301v]Jn:
[238v]Chapters
?K
x(ov) Kaxa lco(?vvr|v); [302r]Verses toJn: Xxi(%oi) ?i? x(?v) ?\)ayy?(Xiaxf|v) Tco(?vvr|v)
Ei)ayy?Xtov
{Soden,
Originally

381, no. 27; Komin?s,


Blank

Pages:

275, no. 7}; [302r-303r]

lr, 2v-3r,

4v-5r,

6v-7r,

8v-9r,

Il?(pi)

xfj? |aoi%aA,i?o?- Jn 7:53-8:11.

lOv, 15v-16r,

96v-97r,

149v-150r,

238v-239r,

303v.

Apparatus:
chapter numbers written in the left or middle margin; chapter numbers and tides written in the upper
- Section numbers and the number of the
canon table written in the left/middle
margin.
corresponding
margin.
?
Old Testament
and end of
quotations marked with biangular breathing marks in the left margin.
Beginning
text.
use
marked
with
and
within
the
of
in the upper
noted
?p%(f))
x?(A,o?)
liturgical readings
Liturgical
readings
or (less often) left/middle
margin.
and Punctuation:
biangular or angular breathing marks; small circumflexes.
or omitted. - No diaeresis over i or V. - Double
accent over p,?v. "superscript"
High
often abbreviated; common endings sometimes abbreviated at the end of a line.

Diacritics

- Mute
points

iota adscribed in
and periods. - Kai

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Occasionally
large, rounded Perlschrift (also known as "liturgical minuscule").
enlarged K, occasionally
circular 0, often majuscule
X, occasionally
X[, a often with a crossbar, occasionally
open p; ? often
heightened
?
a
Eusebian
letter, preface and chapter tides, and
ligated to
subsequent consonant, with only its hook written.
verses in Alexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel. Gospel tides in epigraphic Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
Script:

Ink: very dark brown (often faded on the leaves' hair side). Verses,
stichometric notes, chapters lists, Gospel,
and
and
section
numbers, ?p%(f|) and x?(A,o?), and paragraph
chapter tides, liturgical notes, chapter
preface,
on
over
in
fol. 302r
initials in gold
Verses and tide
magenta.
magenta.
of high quality, thin and supple, but with occasional defects in the margin
194,
(fols. 14, 162,172,
"Calf-like; carefully selected, probably all of the same animal type; hair
234, 245, 266).
[Note by C. Clarkson]:
and follicles mainly removed; both sides smooth; 'medium' to 'heavy' in weight
(0.14?0.26 mm)."

Parchment:

system 1; types 54C2 (fols. 11-14, 66-67, 70-71,


Riding:
hardpoint;
54C2 (fols. 15,17-65,
68-69, 72-80, 84-85, 89-90, 96, 99, 101,106,
128-29,134-36,
204-5,

98,100,102,120,130),
108, 111, 113-14,119,121-22,125-26,
180-81,

143-44,146,149,152-55,158-63,166-71,174-78,

P2

82, 87, 91-95,

183-86,188-89,

191-92,

195,198,

232-38, 240, 247-50, 253-64,


266, 269, 271, 273, 275-76,
215, 217, 219-22, 224-25, 228-30,
P3d54C2
214, 251-52,
81,
83,
86,
88,115-18,123-24,127,187,190,211,
287-96,299,
303),
(fols.

210, 212-13,

279-80,

282-85,
274, 277), PU54C2

(fols. 103,105,107,109-10,112,131-33,137^42,145,147^18,151,156-57,164-65,172-73,179,
270, 272, 278, 281, 286,
231, 241-46, 265, 267-68,
206-9, 216, 218, 223, 226-27,
182,193-94,196-97,199-203,
DI
fols.
written
ruled
surface
and
3-10,
16, 97,150, and 239
297-98,
(fols. 1-2);
300-302),
uncodified: quatrefoil
unruled. ? 22 lines per page; justification ca. [230 x 165 (67+30+67) mm]; interlinear distance 12mm.

Quires: 5x2 (fol. 10), 5 (15: fol. 13 single), 1 (16), 10x8 (96), 1 (97), 2x8
(152: fol. 150 single), 10 x 8 (232), 6 (238), 1 (239), 8x8 (303).

(113), 6 (119: text lost), 3x8

(143), 9

scribal, in dark brown ink, Greek numerals Se1, extant on fols. 57r (?), 73r (r|), 98r (ia),
Signatures:
288r (XS), 296r (Xe) - in very pale yellowish-brown
161r
280r
(10),
(Xy,with 5 added above inmagenta),
(i?),

Quire

106r
ink,

Armenian letters Im1:p (25r) through ti (49r),t (65r) through d (89r),\ (106r) through0. (144r), fl (150r), Tl
(153r) through? (209r),n (233r),u (239r),4 (248r) throughp (296r).
Original

Order

Foliation:

of Folios:

98-116,

1-11,13,12,14-96,150,

current, by Dorothy

Miner,

in pencil,

Se, continuous

lacuna,
-

117-49,

older,

97,151-303.

in pencil,

le: fols.

1-15

(=1-15).

? KaA,Ti; [239v]
hand, in brown ink: + Tco(?vvr|?)
[lr] inexperienced
(as transcribed by N. Oikonomides):
hand, in bluish black ink; outer margin Eyco ?(px |r|ac?? xov |v.x yia na |pov ?p?? xo |\)p,a
very inexperienced
+
o Bav K??,r|?;
in
0(r|)
John's book: Jn 1:1 ?V ap%r| ?V ov ?,oyo?; [303r] in black ink: Al3xr| f| ?i?A,oc ?(pi?p
|
xov
xov
Kai
o?a
ayiov
K(ai) ?coo?o%ov T?cpov
X(piGxo)v
\|/-?xr|Kfiv a(coxr|)pi(av)
|xvrjp,oa<)v(r|)v xov
?i?

Marks

, K(ai) Oot>px???,a,
K(ai) xov mot) a\)xo\) 2?rmy
lcocrr|(p,
Zot)A,?|i?v,
EVGE$EGx?xov KD(pioi)) Mot>aa
avx& ?no x(?v) ayiov T?cpov, f\ 7to?,(f|)ooi avx& f\ kX?\\?ei, f\
Kai orcio? ??0??,? ^vXe&goi
N?aapa.

?XXov xi, va ?%?i x(f]v) ?py(f]v) xov G(eo)v K(ai) x?? ?aap??
Tt?vx(cov) K(ai)

naG&v.

'Ev ?xi ? Ve0, (i)v(?iKXiovo?)

ie\

x(?v) xirf 0?O(pop(cov)7t(ax?)pcovK(ai)

[monocondyle:]

+ r?p|iav??

?X?co 0(?o)\)

7taxpi

?p%r|? T?pot)(aa?fm). [303r] in black ink:+ Ecocpp?vio? 7t(ax)pi?p%r|?xr|? ?yi(a?) noX(E(?C,)T(?pot>CTa)A,f|p,;


7t(ax)piap%r|?Xcocppovio?xfj? ?yia? noX(E(?q) ,l(EpovGa)Xr\\x?cpi?pcoaa x
[4v] in black ink:+ K?y
rcap?v x?xpa?ayy?Xov r|? xov ayi(ov) K(ai) ?coo?o%ovT?cpov xov K(a)pio)i) ?vx?? xfj? ?yi(a?) 7toX(?co?)
K(ai) ?GV%d?pE
K(ai) ?? xri? xo t\QeXe K^?\(/r| r\ ko\|/t| x? (p\)Xco ?%co|a?v xov acpcopiaja?vov
T(?poi)aa)Xfm
x v Ttapa 0(?o)\)
xiri' 0?O(pcopcov 7r(ax?)pcov, ?V xo viv K(ai) ?v xo \xeX(?vxi ?(?vi ?|af)v.
TtavxoKp?xopo?,
K(\)pt)?
x?? \|/\)x?? xcov bovXov gov K vaxavxi
?xo? ,C,n? :~ [added later, in black ink:] 1579 Mvf|G0ixr|
vov

i?p?o?

'E\?v(a?)

7rp?o?wep(ac),

0?ooopoa)

i?p?O?, Xxajaaxri

Kai Exajaaxioi)

i?p?o?, 0?o?op(a?)

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K(oci) TCOVt?kov, recopy?ot? NiKoXaot)


iepeo?,
above the signature of Patriarch Sophronios:

I(?(av)vot);

[5r]Arabic

notes

(as transcribed

by M. Mavroudi):

'* ' <>J <^ ?^ <> ?J*1- f J-H" ?^ ?- (L^**) C*l*

C*?.ilil(*??=)

UU^JIjVJlt^Ic<iJ_JljL-LilJ_*iaJI4>.j
Text

on the right hand

side margin, written

sideways:

[4v] in black ink: 'Eco??xo? 1845 7iapfj?,0ov?xr| %p?voi ?rc? x? ?vco0?v ?xo? 7087, 266* ?rci Zco9povi(oa))
[front pastedown]
cI(?poGo)?,fip,C?V. [16v, lower margin] thoroughly erased long note, illegible under UV-light;
"Ex
"no. 1432"; printed bookplate
etched bookplate with two seated men, the initials "LG" and a pencil-written
in
"H.VII.6"
Libris Henry Walters";
shelfmark).
[i verso]
(oldWalters
pencil:
translated by M. Mavroudi,
Patriarch of Jerusalem donated

As

the Arabic
this Blessed

on fol. 5r read: "Sophronios,


by the mercy
to
of
the
[church
the] Holy Resurrection
Gospel

notes

of the Almighty God


in the illustrious city

or alters it or
of Jerusalem and whoever
takes it [=the Gospel book] from it [=the church of the Resurrection]
itmay be, will be
steals it or seizes it or borrows it and does not return it to its place, this man, whoever
excommunicated
and excluded from the glory of God and from the blessings of the Saints and even from the
"Issued on the twenty-second
[extended] to the vile; and the blessing is upon the children of obedience."
Mercy
of the year seven thousand and seventy five of our father
of the blessed month August from among the months
A.D.
in
of the Father Lord Patriarch of Jerusalem
him
the
be
Adam, peace
presence, moreover,
upon
1567],
[i.e.,
on it
in
his
of
who
the
divinely guarded city
Tripolis,
signature with his noble handwriting
kyr Sophronios
placed
[=the document], may the Almighty God
holiness and have mercy on the weakness
holy

prayers.

Amen,

amen,

in leadership and maintain


the [Patriarchal] throne in
perpetuate
of the disciples and bless for him [the Patriarch] his [=the Patriarch's]

amen."

blind-tooled
brown
Greek, re-covering probably mid-sixteenth
century (ace. to G. Petherbridge):
over
traces
later
of
metal
attachments:
covered
with
red
wooden
velvet;
boards,
goatskin
squared flush-grooved
the
[back cover] six separate plaques that evidendy represented
[front cover] rectangular plaque ca. 215 x 140 mm,
a
small
of
the
the
the
remain
and
skull
of
metal
frame
sun,
moon,
Adam;
Cross, Mary, John,
parts
gilded
along the

Binding:

outer edge; flat spine, raised endbands; modern parchment pastedowns


and flyleaves. Repaired by Mary Brune in
at five stations,
1965. - [Notes by G. Petherbridge]:
"Sewing
averaging 25, 95,171, 245, and 318 from the headcap.

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Originally probably sewn with a traditional Greek link stitch but now sewn on thick 3-ply hemp cords. Sewn with
2 (side by side but separate) thin semi-bleached
linen or hemp threads, S-twist." - "Under the frayed edges of the
a
silk covering can be seen part of the blind tooling of the leather cover. Diagonally
intersecting fillets produce
of
Further
diced pattern
diamond
details obscured."
shapes.
1541/42: given to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem (seen there by Patriarch Sophronius
in 1897, and by C. R. Gregory
inMay 1906)
of Jerusalem in 1578/79 and 1586/87; by A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus
? ca. 1918: taken to Damascus
?
of
Patriarch
Damianus
H.
from
Walters
Paris
Gruel,
by
Jerusalem
purchased by
no.
(his
1432).

Provenance:

are on separately inserted unruled folios, the ornament of their frames


Dating:
although the Evangelist
portraits
is by the same hand as that of the headpieces
and initials in the text. The painter's brushwork
and palette are
seem
to
ornament
distinct from that of the ornamentist. Both
and miniatures
be contemporaneous
with the script. Dated parallels for the latter are Petrop. NLR, C~n6AA B 1.2, a. 1033 (Cereteli
and Sobolevski,
Exempla minusculis,
a.
BL
London
Add.
1033
RGKI-.no.
5153,
(Lake, ILpl. 124;
153), Athens, NL Ms
ILpl. xi; Lake, VLpls. 430-31),
179, a. 1049 (Lake, X:pl. 708), Vat. gr. 463, a. 1062 (Lake, VILpl. 528; Spatharakis,
Corpus, ILfigs. 135-37), Paris,
a.
Facsimiles
The
the miniatures
1065
of
294-95;
Omont,
dat?s,
710,
gr.
(soft treatment
(Lake, IV:pls.
style
pi. xxxi).
to a date
and
of hair and draperies; faces with large, almond-shaped
eyes
slightly aquiline noses) points, however,
later in the century: cf. esp. the illustrations of Paris. Coislin 79, a. 1074-78
(Spatharakis,
Corpus, figs. 173-74)
Laur. Plut. 7.24, a. 1091 (ibid., fig. 208).

and Florence,

on the frontally

Iconography:

seated Evangelist

I date W.532

Matthew

to the late eleventh

[16v] see under

"W.529"

century,

ca. 1070-1100.

above.

References:
en tais vivlioth?kais tou
A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus,
Hierosolymitik? vivlioth?k? h?toi katalogos t?n
hagi?tatou apostolikou te
kai katholikou orthodoxou patriarchikou thronou t?nHierosolym?n kaipas?s Palaistin?s apokeimen?n hellenik?n
k?dik?n (St.-Petersburg,
1897; repr. Brussels,
1963), 111:204-6, cat. 7.
Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 1:257 and 111:1141, cat. 1356.
Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbarenTextgestalt hergestellt auf Grund ihrer
1911), 137, cat. si087.
Textgeschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New Testament Manuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 363?65.
C. R. Gregory,
H. von Soden,

Textkritik

desNeuen

theWord: Opening Exhibition ofWritten and Printed Biblical andUturgical Texts from theEighth Century
to the Present, exh. cat., National Cathedral
1965), 21, cat. 4.
(Washington, D.C,
In Remembrance ofCreation: Evolution ofArt and Scholarship in theMedieval and Renaissance Bible
D. S. Berkowitz,
(Waltham, MA, 1968), 28, cat. 46.
in Illuminated Greek Manuscripts inAmerican Collections: An Exhibition inHonor ofKurt
Th. Jirat-Wasiutynski,
In the Beginning Was

Weitzmann, ed. G. Vikan, exh. cat., Princeton University Art Museum


(Princeton, 1973), 154?57, cat. 43.
A. W. Carr, Byzantine Illumination 1150-1250: The Study of a Provindal Tradition (Chicago and London,
1987), 158f. n. 10.

W.533

ACTS

Parchment,
(fols. 314-60),
Illustrations

AND

EPISTLES

[ALAND

1022]

folios, 232 x 166 mm, early twelfth century (fols. 1-266,


fifteenth century (fols. 267-68), Byzantine Empire

i+360+i

(see also Anderson,

35-38):

[lr] Christ and theApostles

269?313),

fourteenth

(diam. 64); [89r] {Anderson,

century

fig. 10;

Nersessian, fig. 1;Walter, REB 48 (1990):fig. 5} JamesStanding(ca.48 x 47); [98r]PeterStanding(62 x 50); [107v]
{Clark,

Catalogue, pi. lx; IDEM, Praxapostoloi, pi. iii;Metzger,

137, no. 44; Nersessian,

x
fig. 2} Peter Standing (60

52); [116r]JohnStanding(52 x 37); [125r] {Anderson, fig. 1;Nersessian, fig. 3} JohnStanding(57 x50); [127r]
{Nersessian, fig. 4} JohnStanding(55 x 39); [129r] {Nersessian, fig. 5} JudeStanding(49 x 40); [133v] {Nersessian,

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x
x
fig. 7} Paul and Sosthenos Standing (47 48);
fig. 13; Nersessian,
fig. 6} Paul Standing (51 42); [165r] {Anderson,
cat. 720} Paul Speaking to the
[216v] {Anderson,
fig. 12; Early Chr. and By ^ Art, pi. xcvii,
fig. 12; Nersessian,
Ars
Galatians (52 x 52); [227v] Paul Standing (52 x 46); [239r] {Anderson,
fig. 8;Weitzmann,
fig. 13; Nersessian,

Isl?mica10 (1943):fig. 2;Walter, REB 48 (1990):fig. 3} TimothyandPaul StandingInspired(46 x 42); [247v]Timothy

and Paul Standing Inspired (54 x 51); [254v] Paul Standing Speaking to theThessalonians (35 x 71); [255v] {Anderson,
x 116); [262v] {Nersessian,
fig. 9} ThreeMedallions with Busts ofSilas, Paul, and Timothy (21 [diam.]
fig. 2; Nersessian,
x
Paul
Ars
10
and
Isl?mica
Standing (37 57); [276v] Paul Standing
(1943): fig. 3} Timothy, Silas,
fig. 10;Weitzmann,

(51 x 45); [283r]Bust ofPaul (b\ x 37); [287r] {Nersessian, fig. 11;Weitzmann, Ars Isl?mica10 (1943):fig. 3} Paul
x
fig. 19; Nersessian,
Standing Speaking Timothy Standing (41 46); [291r] {Anderson,
to
A
Bust
Christin
Heaven
the
Paul
(63 x 63).
Jews,
of
Standing Speaking
fig. 138}
Traces

of Lost

fig. 13; Krause,

Chrysostomos,

a
[195v] the miniature has been cut out along its frame, and the gap filled with
x
a
one
on
to
the
the
lost
miniature
45
left
for
45), evidently
(ca.
[267v] empty space
replace

Illustrations:

piece of parchment;
original folio.

x 117), Initial T (almost


abraded);
[lr]Headpiece with Flower-Petal Ornament (55
completely
Ornamental Rosettes and a Blooming Cross, Drawn inMagenta, [314r]Headband Drawn in Red Ink (16 x 109).

Ornament:

[89r-v] Preface to
xai)xr|v, des. xf)v
James: eY7to0?Gi? tfj? laKG??oa) ?mo*xo?,fj? {Soden, 334},
?noGxbX(ov)
TaKob?oa) KaOo?iKfj, colophon: To?
EniGXoXi\v; [90r-98r] James: 'E7tioxo(A,f|) x(ov) ay(ioi))
xov
?noGxbXov
EniGXoXyy axi%G)v qi?';
laKcb?ot)
ayiou
[98r-99r] Preface to I Peter. cY7to0?Gi? xfj? n?xpoi)
7tp xr|? EniGXoXf\q {Soden, 335}, inc. 'E7t?i?T] ? n?xpo?
orox??, des. xi\v EniGXoXr\v] [99r-107v] IPeter.

Text:

[lr-89r] Acts:

no tide;
colophon:

T??,o?

x v ?p?c^cov

[313v] Four

x?v ?y?(cov) ?7to(crxo?,Cov);


inc. fE]7t?i?r| a?x?? laKC??oc

?niGXoXi] a\ colophon:Il?xpot)
?7tiaxo?ifi KaQoXiKi] a- ?ypacpri ?no
cPd)|ir|?- axi% v cX?]
[107v
to
inc.
II
Peter.
'E7C?i?fi K<*i xa<)xr|v n?Xiv,
?' ?7Cioxo?,fj? {Soden, 335},
cY7100?ch? xfj? ??xpou
108v] Preface
des. xf|v ?7tiaxoA,f|v;
?7tiaxo?,Ti a\ colophon: To? ?y?oi) ?noGxbX(ov)
?'
U?xpov
[108v-114r] IIPeter. U?xpov
inc.
toi
'Etoi
'Icoavvoa)
?niGXoXi]; [114r-115v] Preface
7tpd)xr|? EniGXo(Xf\c) {Soden, 336-37},
John: cY7to0?Gi? xfj?

n?xpoa)

? Tco(avvri?),

des. xc?v ??5(daxdv;

[115v-124v] IJohn: 'Ico?vvoa) EniGXoXxy a\ colophon: Tco?vvot)


EvayyEXiGXOV ?7Ciaxo?,fi 7tp(bx(r|)- ?ypacprj ?no
'Ecp?aou- axi%cov co5'; [124v-125r] Preface toll John: cY7t?0?
ai? xfj? Ico?vvoa) ?' ?maxoAfj?* xavxv[ cb? 7rp?a?<)X?poc yp?(p?i Kup?a Kai xo?? x?kvoi? a?xfj? {Soden,
Sfj a?x??

T(oavvo\)
?m
[125r] Chapters Ust for II John: K?cpa?,aia
Toa)
Icoavvoa)
EniGXoXi] ?', colophon:
?yiot) ?no
GXO(Xf\q) &EVX?p(aq) {Soden, 460}; [125r-126r] IIJohn:
GxbX(ov) Icoavvoi)
EniGXoXi] OEDxeprp ax?%(cov) A,'; [126r-v] Preface to IIIJohn: cY7t?0ecuc xfj? Tco?vvo'?
y
EniGXoXf\q
{Soden, 338}, inc. "Eaxiv EniGXoXi], des. x? K?XXiGxa;
[126v] Chapters Ust for III John:
337},

inc. Opcov

x? X?Kva, des. xfjv EniGXoXi\v\

KaOoAaKfj y',
IIIJohn: 'E7Uctxo?,ti Ico?vvoi)
'lco(?vvoi)) ?7ttaxo?(fi)
y'; [128r-v] Preface toJude: 'YnoOecu? xfj? Toft?a ?moxo?fj?
colophon: Toa) ?yiou
inc. Ta<)xr|v xfiv EniGXoXr\v, des. xfjv ?7tiaxo?if|v;
{Soden, 338-39},
?7Ciaxo?,fi KaOo
[128v-131r] Jude: lo\)?a
to
Romans:
To?Sa*
?,iK?i, colophon:
'EniGXoXi]
ax?^cov ^rf; [131r-133v] Preface
'YrcoGecu? xfj? rcp?? 'Pcojia?oDC

KecpaAaia

Ic??vvov

?mGXoAfj?

y' {Soden,

inc. Tai)xr|v

460};

[126v-128r]

des. xf|v ?7CiaxoA,f|v; [133v-163v] Romans-. IIp?? fPco


8i? Ooi?ric
xfj? oiaKOtvot))*
|iaioa)? EniGx(oXv(), colophon: Ilp?(?)
cPc?p,aiot>?- ?ypacpr] ?rc? Kopiv0(oa))
:
to
I
Corinthians
9k;
npcoxr\q
xfj?
fY7to0?ai?
rcp??
Kopiv9ioD(?)
?maxo5i(fj?)
ax?(%cov)
[163v-165r] Preface
I
inc.
Corinthians:
des.
?niGX?XXEi,
Tavxr\v
xi\v ?7tiaxo5if]v;
{Soden, 340-41},
TIp?? Kopiv0iot>?
[165r-194v]
a'* ?ypacprj ?no O?Aircrccov 8ia (sic) Execpav?,
Kai Ooupxo'?v?xo'U,
Kai
a, colophon: TIp?? KopivOioD?
?moxoAfj?

{Soden,

339-40},

EniGX?XXEi,

Zx?%(a>v) coo'; [194v-195v] Preface toT?Corinthians: 'YftoOeaic xfj? Ttp?? KopivOiov?


inc. Ta\)xr|v
?niGX?XXEi, des. xfiv ?maxoXfiv;
?' ?7uaxo(?,fj?)
{Soden, 341-42},
[195v-216r] II Corinthians:
Sia
?no
Tixoa) Kai Ao\)K?- axi
Oi?,?7C7tco(v)
ripo? Kopiv9io\)?
?', colophon: np?? KopivGiou?
?' ?ypacprj
to
%(?v cp/r'; [216r-v] Preface Galatians: cY7to0?ai? xfj? 7ip?? Ta^axa?
?' ?7tiaxo(Xfi?)
{Soden, 342-43 +
'Axai'Ko?,

K(ai)

Tip,o0iou

?7tiGX??,?,?i, des.?%?i ypajajaevov;


EniGXo(Xi\),
[216v-226v] Galatians-. np?? TaXaxa?
?no
?ypacpri
Pop,(r|?)* axi(xcov)
Cfy'; [226v-227v] Preface toEphsians: cY7TO0?ai?
colophon: np?? TaX?xaq
?7iiox??,?,?i5 des. ?ia Kivva?a
xfj? 7tp?? 'EcpEaioD? ?7tiaxo(Xfi?)
{Soden, 343 + Anderson,
36}, inc. Ta\)xr|v
p?C0? y?ypa|i|i?vov;
'E(p?aioa)?, colophon: np?(?)
'E(p?aio\)? ?ypacprj a7C?
[227v-238r] Ephesians-. npo?

Anderson,

36},inc.

Ta<)xr|v

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fP6|iri? ?ia Td^ikov*


{Soden,

?7ciaxoX,(fj?)

[238v-239r] Preface toPhilippians-. cY7to08en? xfj? 7tp?? Oi?,t7t7tr|G?o\)?


37 and 36}, inc. Tavxr[v
?niGX?XXEi, des. ?ia (sic) Kiva?ape(coc)
Philippians: np?? Oi?,i7t7rr|CHO'u?J colophon: np?? OiXi7t7tr|cuorj? erciaxoA?j ?no

ax?%co(v)
343-44;

xi?';

Anderson,

yeypap^?(vov);
[239r-246v]
kni
'Pcbpri? 8i' 'Eraccppooixoa)- oxl%cov cri'; [246v-247v] Preface toColossians-. 'YrcoOecu? xfj? Ttp?? KoXaaaae??
inc.
des.
344
?
Anderson,
Tawrjv
?niGX?XXEi,
37},
?noGxoXoq]
axoX(fj?)
{Soden,
(des. ?vayvcoaOfjvai);
cP pr|?
?7riaxo?,(?|), colophon:
[n]p?? Ko?,ocaae??
?ypacpr] ?no
[247v-254v] Colossians-. np?(?) KoXaacrae??
K(ai) 'Ovrjaijio-o* axi%cov crf; [254v-255v] Preface to I Thessalonians-. no tide {Soden, 345; An
des. 8i? Kivva?apecoc
derson,
yeypamu?vov;
[255v-261v] I Thessalonians-. no tide,
39}, inc. fO] ?7toaxo?,o?,
a
?ic?
'A0r|vcov axi%(cov) ppy'; [261v-262v] Preface to II
?yp?cpri
(sic)
colophon: np?? 0eaa?,oviK???
inc. Ta\)xr|v
Thessalonians: cY7ro0?cri? xfj? rcp?? 0ee>aA,oviK?t?
?niGX?XXEi,
?' ?TTtaxoX(fj?) {Soden, 345-46},
?i? Td%iko\)

II Thessalonians: np?? 0eaaa?,oviK???


des. ?8?fi?iC0K(ev); [262v-265v]
?', colophon: np?? 0eoaa?,oviK???
?'
to
I
?rciaxo
?no
p?\
'AOtjvcov axix(cov)
[265v-266v] Preface
Timothy: cY7r?0?CU? xfj? rcp?? Ti|io0eov
?ypacpr)
des. xfjv ?rciaxoXfiv;
inc. Tavxrrv ?niGX?XXEi ?no MaK??ovia?,
[266v-267r] Chapters
Xfj? {Soden, 347-48},
Ust for I Timothy: Kecp?Xaia

rcp xrj? ?rciaxo^i??

xfj? rcpo? Tt|i?08ov

{Soden,

467},

des. i? n(epi)

?niGXoXr] (sic)na?Xou;
vrcaKofj? ?%pi x?Xovq] [267v-275r] I Timothy:npo? (sic)Ti(i?08ov rcpcfoxr)

KaOap??

[275r

inc. Ta?xrjv
?' ?rciaxoA,(fj? ) {Soden, 348-49},
276r] Preface to II Timothy: cYrco0?eu? xfj? 7tp?? Ti|ao0?(ov)
Ust
II
des.
?rciox??^?i,
?'
xfjv ?rcioxo?Jiv;
xfj? rcpo? Tip,o0?(ov)
[276r-v] Chapters
Timothy: Kecp?^aia
for

erciGXO(Xijc){Soden, 467-68}; [276v-282r] II Timothy:np?? Ti|io08ov ?rcioxoXfi ?'; [282r-283r]Prefaceto


Titus-. eYrco0?cn? xfj? rcpo? T? xov ?rciaxo(?,fj?)
xfjv ?rciaxoXfiv kniGX?XXEi, des.
{- Soden, 349}, inc. Ta?xrjv
xov
Ust
Titus-.
T?
xfjv ?rcioxo?,f|v;
Kecpataxia
xfj? rcp??
?rciaxo(?,fj?)
{Soden, 468}; [283r-286v]
[283r] Chapters
for
Titus-. 'Erciaxo^fj)
rcp?(?) Tixov;
[286v-287r] Preface to Philemon: fYrc?0?O(ic) x(fj?) rcp?(?) OiA,fm(o)v(a)
?rciax??L?,?i, des. xfjv ercioxoArjv. H p,(?v) ovv rc?pio%fi xfj? ?rciaxo(A,fj?) xo?>xov
{Soden, 349}, inc. Ta\)xr|v
[286v-287r] Chapters Ust for Philemon: K?cp?(?aia)
Philemon:
'ErciaxoXfj (sic) rcp?? Oi?,fjp,ov(a);
{Soden, 468}; [287r-288r]
?rciaxo(Xfj?)
x(fj?) OiA,fip,o(va)
to
Hebrews:
xfj?
?rciaxo(Xfj?)
{Soden, 346}, inc. Ta<)xr|V
rcp?(?)
eE?paioi)c
cYrco0?Gi?
[288v-289r] Preface
Ust
Hebrews:
des.
EniGX?XXEl,
Tfj? Ttp?? cE?paioi)C ?rciaxoXfj?
xfjv ?rcioxo(A,fiv);
[289r-290v] Chapters
for
8%8i x(?v)

f] ?? ?vaK8cpaXaicocTi?

xporcov,

?axiv

owco?*

[314r-337r] Ust
K?' {Soden, 468-69};
ofActs and
[291r-313v] Hebrews-. 'Erciaxo?f| rcp?? eE?paiorjc;
no tide
Epistles Readings for theMovable Feasts with Troparia for Feast Days and Psalm Verses thatAccompany theUctions-,
~
~
~
verses and lections list Apost?los, passim; lections list Gregory,
Horologion, 461-78, 441-59; psalm
{troparia
F easts, again with Troparia and Psalm Verses: Ap%fl GVV
Immovable
Ust
the
1:344?62};
[337v?360v]
of Readings for
~
~
0(8)
?y?co xov (irivoXoy?o'O {troparia
Horologion, 199-440; psalm verses and lections list Apost?los, passim;
~
lections list Gregory,
1:365-86}.
Kecp?Xaia

outer
Apparatus:
chapter numbers and titles written usually in the upper margins, numbers repeated in the
the chapter tides are listed before an episde (7 and II Tim, Titus, Phil, Hebr), only the numbers are
margin. When
in the outer margin. ? Old Testament
sometimes marked with > in the left margin. The Old
written
quotations
?
and end of liturgical reading
Testament book they come from is always named in the outer margin.
Beginning
use
text.
of each reading noted in the lower or (sometimes)
and X8?(o?) within the
marked with ?px(fj)
Liturgical
These liturgical notes were reinforced in carmine ink or supplemented
(esp. after
upper margin, up to fol. 257v.
fol. 258r, where there are no original ones) by the hand that added fols. 314?60. It also wrote in the upper left
corner of most
n

recto pages

the abbreviated

tide of the respective New

Testament

text, and added

the large initial

on fol. 255v.

Diacritics
sometimes
the New

and Punctuation:
broad

circumflexes.

small but
usually rounded but sometimes biangular breathing marks. Usually
- No diaeresis over I and V. ? Almost no abbreviations
? Mute iota omitted.
for an occasional

Testament

Kai

and the nomina sacra.Numerous

text, except
- Mute
- Fols. 314-60: rounded
and the liturgical notes.
breathing marks, small circumflexes.
- Fols. 267-68:
rounded breathing marks,
diaeresis over i and V. Almost no abbreviations.
Mute

iota

omitted.

No

diaeresis

over

i and

vj.

Almost

no

in

in the tides
iota omitted. - No

abbreviations

abbreviations.

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small circumflexes.

the original manuscript:


1-2}: one hand throughout
large, regular, thick-stroked, very
a
ismore
characteristic ?v compound. The ductus on fols. 254-56
slighdy sloping Perlschrift with 3-shaped ? and
cursive (Anderson,
22-23), and abbreviations for the ending -cov become numerous, but this change is seen coming
on the preceding few folios, and the hand must still be the same. ? Prefaces, tides, colophons,
and chapter tides in
? Fols. 314?60:
minuscule
with
Alexandrian Aus^eichnungs-Majuskel.
small, uneven, slighdy sloping
high lunar
Fols. 267-68:
with subsequent consonants;
O, ?, X,majuscule
y, and ? compounded
characteristically
shaped ?.
uneven script of the Hodegon
of
letters
few
which
the
and
with
ap
e\ ones are
type, widely spaced
ligatures,
{Anderson,

Script

lunar

characteristic,

figs.

?.

brown, incl. liturgical notes. Tides, colophons,


chapter tides and numbers, paragraph initials,
on
inmagenta or brown. ? Fols. 314?60: gray.
in
Testament
Notes
and
Old
?px(fi)
X??,(o?)
magenta.
quotations
- Fols. 267-68: black. Tides and
Tides, feast days, initials, and explanatory notes in carmine.
liturgical notes in carmine.
Ink: medium

- fols. 267-68
are medium
fols. 314-60 are lighter, thinner, and smoother
smooth flesh side.
"Goat-like; carefully selected; hair mainly
[Note by C. Clarkson]:
to 'heavy' inweight
'medium'
surfaces
removed;
(0.11-0.23 mm)."
highly polished;

Parchment:

systems 1 (fols. 1-266,


Ruling:
hardpoint;
D 22D1
44C1
types
(fols. 1-266,269-313),

thick, with very light and


follicles partially

removed;

13? (fols. 314-60),


and 12 (fols. 267-68: 267r ruled direcdy);
- 25 lines
and
00D1?
per page; justification
(fols. 314-60),
(fols. 267-68).
interlinear distance 7 mm. - Fols. 314-60: 29 per page; justification ca. [176 x 105];
[180-175 x 120-110];
interlinear distance 5 mm. ? Fols. 267-68: 22 per page; justification [177 x 112 mm]; interlinear distance 8mm.

Quires:

269-313),

20 x 8 (fol. 160), 8 (168: fols. 163 and 165 singles),

fols. 250 and 254 singles), 8 (264), 6 (270), 8 (278), 2x6


(342: fol. 340 single), 2x8 (358), 2 x 1 (360).

9x8

(240), 8 (248: fols. 242 and 247 singles),

(290), 2x8

(306), 7 (313: fol. 307 single), 3x8

8 (256:

(337), 5

Ii1 (in light brown ink; completely


trimmed away: only vertical strokes that surmounted
the
signatures:
letters remain on fols. 25r, 33r, and 161r; the pen's thickness and the ink's color seem identical with those
of the original scribe); U3 (Greek numbers in light brown ink: quire 40 numbered Ii1), Im3 (Greek numbers in
black ink, mostly
trimmed away but pardy preserved on fols. 16v, 32v, 40v, 112v, 176v, etc.): neither hand is
identifiable with the ones that copied text in the book. - Fols. 314?60 have no quire signatures.

Quire
Greek

Foliation:
fols.

1-140

current

(Sm), in pencil, by Dorothy


142-361
(=1-140),
(=141-360)

Miner

- earlier
(Se), in dark brown

ink, perhaps

by S. Lampros:

boards; raised
Binding:
early twentieth-century:
polished calf leather over thin rounded wooden
blind-stamped
in the lower margin, but
and flyleaves.
endbands; flat spine; parchment pastedowns
Prickings survive sometimes
the book block has been significantly trimmed, damaging some of the chapter titles in the upper margin
(even the
- The
is
horizontal
line
sometimes
and
of
the
many
uppermost
ruling
missing)
quire signatures (see above).
edges
of the book block are decorated with two concentric circles in brown ink, the inner one colored in red, flanked on
the sides by ornamental motifs drawn also in brown ink, probably s.XVI-XVIL
These were not affected by the
sewn
at
G.
five
stations, averaging 13, 60, 113, 164,
[Note by
Petherbridge]:
re-binding.
"Originally
and 215 mm from the headcap."

modern

[360v] crude drawing of a ship; [back of front cover] "G.V.I 5" (oldWalters
shelfmark)
"Ex Libris Henry Walters." - There are drops of wax on many of the pages.
bookplate

Marks:

Provenance:

and pasted

no. 24 in the library of the Iviron Monastery


on Mt. Athos, Greece
(seen there by S. Lampros,
on March
H.
Walters
from
17, 1902)
Gruel, Paris.
probably
purchased by

and

by C. R. Gregory

the miniatures were executed at the same time as the text. On fols. 253r-256v,
the text lacks magenta
Dating:
tides and initials, and the script changes probably because of faster writing
(see above, "Script"), while pictures
have been supplied in the blank spaces left for this purpose: the scribe must have been in a hurry to finish the last
pages of the quire and hand it over to the painter. Also, some miniatures
[89r, 107v, 116r, 129r, and 133r] have
frames outlined over the gold background
in ink of the same magenta color as the one used for the tides and initials:

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magenta

was

not

otherwise

part

of

the

painter's

palette,

who

used,

carmine,

instead,

e.g.,

for

the

outlines

of

the

on fol. 89r. (Many of the miniatures


also have frames in carmine: I am not sure if these
edges
were drawn by the painter or added much later by the scribe of fols. 314?16.) ? The
is very close
script of W.533
a
to the Perlschrift,
in
century (canart and Perria,
style of writing that went out of use after the mid-twelfth
halo and the book's

e codicologiagreca, 84?86). The


ornament
[lr] is very similar to dated eleventh-century
headpiece's
cf.
Spatharakis,
155,162,
169, 176, and esp. 165.1 attribute to the painter of
examples:
Corpus, figs. 146,152,
on
the miniatures
of Athens, NL 93 (Chatzinikolau
W.533
fols. 121v-144v
and Paschou, Catalogue, figs. 643-50)
234 (Th?sauroi, III, figs. 246-49,
and some of those in Athos, Pantokrator
251-57). The Pantokrator manuscript
Paleograf?a

cannot be earlier than 1102 or 1117 (Anderson,


to the early twelfth century
18). I date W.533
(cf. Anderson,
- The hand that wrote fols. 314-60 and some of the rubrication in
e
Scrittura
civilt?
3
18-21; Prato,
[1979]: 181).
is generally similar to Turyn, Britain, pi. 79; idem, Italy, ILpls.
the rest of the manuscript
(cf. above, "Apparatus")
in
all
the fourteenth century. - The hand that copied fols. 267-68
RGK
with
dates
210-11;
137,196,198,
ILpl. 105,
on fol. 360v, and is therefore later. It is very similar to London, BL
also added the last entry of the Menologion
Burney

49, a. 1430 (New Pal. Soc, pi. 229; RGKLpl.

228).

author portraits inserted into the left side of the text column are also found in Jerusalem, Taphou
Iconography:
53 and St.-Petersburg,
RNL gr. 266, a. 1053 (Vokotopoulos,
Jerusalem, 68?, no. 14, with bibliography), Athos,
s.XIII ex-XIV
s.
XII
and
Sinait.
in (Weitzmann
Pantokrator
234,
gr. 275, miniatures
(Thesauroi, IILfigs. 245-57),
and Galavaris,
cf.
Sinai, figs. 341-84;
Anderson,
32).
References:
Catalogue of theGreek Manuscripts onMount Athos (Cambridge, 1900), 11:3, cat. 4144.
C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 111:1121, cat. 1022.
H. von Soden, Die Schriften desNeuen Testaments in ihrer ?ltesten erreichbarenTextgestalt hergestellt auf Grund ihrer
1911), 235, cat. oc480.
Textgeschichte. I.Teil: Untersuchungen. 1.Abteilung: Die Text^eugen (G?ttingen,
S. Lampros,

K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New TestamentManuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 365?67, with pi. lx.
idem, Eight American Praxapostoloi (Chicago, 1941), 20-22, with pi. iii, 41-204
(collation of New Testament
text).
in Gatherings inHonor ofDorothy E. Miner, eds.
S. der Nersessian,
"The Praxapostolos
of theWalters Art Gallery,"
et al. (Baltimore, 1974), 39-50.
Manuscripts of theGreek Bible: An Introduction to Greek Palaeography (Oxford

U. E. McCracken
B. M. Metzger,
136-37,

J. C. Anderson,
Hetaireias,

W.534

no.

and New

York,

1981),

44.

"The Walters

and Liturgical
Praxapostolos
ser. IV, 19 (1996/97):
9-38.

Illustration,"

Deltion

tesChristianik?s Archaiologik?s

HOROLOGION

Parchment,

260 folios,

92 x 73 mm, mid-fifteenth

century, probably

Crete

WomenDancing (72 x 53); [24r]


Moses Praying.O 7tpo(pfix(r|?)
Illustrations: [20v]Israelite
M?)l)oi?? (67 x 38); [32v]
x
Habakkuk Praying fO 7tpO(pfix(r|?)
'A?aKO?)! (45 43); [36r]IsaiahStanding.'Haa?(ac) ? 7tpo(pfix(r)?)(ca.75 x 44);
Tcovva? (62 x 44); [40v]The ThreeYouthsPrayingO? xp??? 7ia???? (63 x 45);
[38v]JonahPraying.O 7tpO(pf|x(r|?)
the
Furnace:
in
Youths
O? ayioi xp??? 7ta???? (65 x 51); [50v]TheVirgin Orans-.
The
Three
M(fixr|)p
Fiery
[46r]
0(?O)l) (77 x 48); [52r]ZachariasStanding 'O 7tpO(pfix(r|c)
Za%api(a?) (ca. 70 x 42); [65r]David Praying O npo
(pfix(r|?) Aa(rj?)S

(ca. 68 x 40);

[76r] Pentecost. CHrtevxrpcoaxfi

(ca. 77 x 60); [85v] {Diringer,

Illuminated Book, fig.

ii-27.a} PenitenceofDavid ?\ x 50); [92v]Crucifixion:eO?(aai?i?0c) x[(f|?) 5(o^r|?)], 'Iiriao^? X(piaxo)?, M(f|


?noKaQ?XoGiq (62 x 54); [143v]David Standing
xrj)p?(?0)6, Tco(avvr|?) (75 x 57); [106r]LamentationofChrist. CH
and Praying before anAltar
(80 x 47); [158r] David Standing Praying.
(80 x 40).
Standing Praying. O 7tpo(p(f|XT|?) Aa(t)?)?

'O 7tpO(p(f|xr|?) Aa(l)?)?

(ca. 81 x 53); [206r] David

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of Lost

Traces

Illustrations:

between

fols. 30 and 31 -

below) placed between


page (there is a lacuna in the text between

fols. 36 and 37, there is a stub of a now lost curtain (see under "Binding"
[251r supra] offprint, apparendy from a picture on the now missing facing
fols. 244 and 245, where

the conjoint

folio would

have been).

[47v] Initial E, [65v] Gilded Initial T, [77v] Drawn


[lr] Drawn InterlaceHeadpiece (17 x 41), [24v] Initial H,
Initial
InterlaceHeadpiece (ca. 9 x 39), [80r] Initial H,
Gilded
O, [106v] Gilded Initial Q, [119r] InterlaceHeadband,
[93r]

Ornament:

Headband'(19
[131v]InitialE, [134v]InitialY, [144r]DrawnHeadband'(8 x 38), GildedInitialE, [158v]Drawn Interlace
x
x 35), InitialE, [162v, 173v] InitialHs, [186v]InitialK, [199v]GildedInitialA, [206v]Drawn InterlaceHeadband'(15
45), [234r]DrawnHeadband'(12 x 39), [234v]InitialC
xo? vi)%8r|n?p(0D)aKO?,oi)6(iav)
?y?co 7t?pi?xov arcaaav
[lr-64v]
Lk
Pss
and
Ps
2:14,
50:17,
3,37,
62, Ao(^a), Kai vvv. *AXXr[(Xovia) y.
Tpfia?],
Ilavayia
Tpia?y(wv),
andl42. A?^a, Kai vvv. *AXXx\Xovia Tpi?. Kai
Pss 87,102,
rj KvpiaKt],
e?ju?v ?cTiv eoprr) ?marjjuo?
Ps 117: la.10b.23b,
Ps 117: 27a.26a. Eha
Kai y/a??ojuev
t? ttj? rjju?pa?
y/?XAetai
??yojuev gt?x(ov?)

Text:

[lr] cQpoA,oyiov ai)v 0(?)

Matins:

Is 26:10b.llb.l7b.
t? ^AXXif]Xov?a, ??Ar|(?o<)?a)
rai gt?x(ov?)
vrjareia, aSerai
KaT
Ta
tov
in
57-60:
Xf/???ei?
fjxov TpiaSiK
[13v-18r] TpiaSiK?
fjx?v {Horologion,
slighdy different
a:
'Q8(t|) M Da? ? ?v xf\ 'Ecx>? Ex 15:1-19,
'Q8(f|)
order}, [18r-20r] Ps 50, [21r-23v] 'QS(f|)
[23v-30v]
.
M Da? ? ?v x A?DX?povojai
Deut
32:1-42
end
lost,
'Q?(f)) ?':
K?[(pa?fj?],
[31r-32v] 'Q?(f|) y'- "Avvri?
xov 7tpO(pfixorj:Hab 3:2-19, [36v-39r]
xfj? |i(r|x)p(?)? Za|aoa)fiX: 1Reg 2:1-10, [33r-35v] 'Q[?(f|)] 8'- 'A??aKoi^
?no?VT?Kiov.

E? Se ?crnv

Kai

npo(pr\xov: Is 26:9-20,
[39r-40r] 'Q?(T)) ?- T v? xov rcpocpfixoi): Jon 2:3-10,
[41r-45v]
v
x
v rca?ocov
v: Dan 3:26-51,
v) xpi v rcai?
xpi
'Q?(rj) ?' 'Q?(fi) x v ayi(
?y?(cov)
[46v-47r] "Yjavo?
Dan 3:52-56,
Kai
a?x?v
ai
T?v
va? {H?rol,
'Q?(f)) r\K(i)pio)v
?)7t?pD\|/o?>X?
?i? xoi)?
i)(iv??X?
[47v-50r]
~
Lk 1:46-55,
Dan 3:57-88},
75f.;
0(?OX?)kod[52v-53v] no title:Lk
[51r-v] 'Q5(r|) 9'- 'Q?(f|) xfj? i)7i?payi(a?)
? 0(??)?
e? ?oTi KvpiaKfj, ??yei ? iepev?-"Ayioq
1:68-79,
Tp( v).
K(i)pio)?
[53v-54r] A?^a. Kai vvv. Kai
'nS(f|)

Kai

? Taaioi)

t? (p TaycoyiK?v
fjxov. E? Se ?anv a??rj, ??yojuev
e?? t?v ?veoT?Ta
note
on
etc. {-78}
with
Ae?
eiS?vai
Tfj ?evT?pa ??yo/uev,
rjxov [54r-55v] Photagogika [H?rol, 79}
Kai ayi
Eha
tov? a?ve?Ta?
ei? t?v ffx(ov)- [55v-59v] Pss 148-50.
[59v-64v] A?^a II(ax)pi Kai Yi
v
v
vvv
etc.
ai
Kai
Kai
ad
Kai
ai
loi
x(
v).
(va?)
IIv(?<)|aax)i??? xo??
8??;a Tcp?ftei.,
{84}, A?^a
ooi x ???^avxi
etc. {85, ~ Rahlfs, Psalmi cum Odis, 364f.} Kai
x? (p ?. A?^a ?v a)\|naxoi?,
y/a??ovTai
ano ot?xov
e? ?? eon
t? iSi?jue?ov Kai t? juap
GTix(i)p(?)
Tfj? COktc?)t?x(ov),
(Teo(rapaKO(JT)fj,
??yojuev

t? ??anooTe?apwv

tov

TV(piaK?v). Ps 89:14-16.
ayio?
c/Ayio? ? 0(??)?,
Tpon(?)p(iov)

Ps 89:17. Ao^a. Kai

v?v. G(eoT?Kiov).

Eha

? TaxOei???yei

ovtcd?-Vs

91:2-3.

?^?riaov
Tpia?.
ia%Dpo?, ayio? ?Oavaxo?,
f]|i??. Ilavayia
II(?x)?p fi(i v. Kai
?
cO v, etc. O ?ao?
Kai
Tfj? fjji?pa?.
Tfj? ?KTevij?, ??y(ei)
nAr?povji?vr?c
iepe(v?)-Xocpia.
tt\v xpcoTTjv pav.
fiaGiXEV, etc. {H?rol, 86f.}, incl. xr)v ayiav
|iovf)v xa\)xr)v. Kai ?pxojue?a

'E7to\)(pa)v??
E? Se eau TeooapaKOOT(f\), aipojuev
(Kai) t(tjv) napovoav
T?? x?iPa?
??? vy/o?, ??yovTe?
evx(rjv)'K(vpi)E
etc. {87} Kai ??yojuev
?K
Kai ??arcoxa,
Kai
TavTtjv
Tp?Tov, KowvvTe?
T?? Tpe?? juey??a?
jueTavoia?.
etc. {88}
n??iv
Eha
ti)v evxf?v. E?O'ovtco?
t?? i?] Si? t? ?o??eiv. Eha
[65v-75v] Prime: Aevxe,
^AXX^CKovia) y' Kai jueTavoifa?)
y\ Pss 5, 89, and 100. A?^a. Kai v(vv).
MeTavoi(a?)
Tp(e??). Eha

o Kavovapxo?
Tb
t? npoKeijievov
aKoX(v)T(?Kiov)
ttj? ijju?pa? E? Se eon
(TecaapaKo<7T)fj,
yaXXei
v
etc.
Kai
t?
Ps
5:3b.
amo,
v)
7tp i,
5:2a,
{91}
?noKpivon?v(
fi/u
nowv?ev/ueT?voiav.
Zt?x(ov?)'Ps
Ps 70:8. Tpia?ywv.
A?^a. T? am?. Kai vOv. T? ge KaX?G<?\iEV, etc. {91} Ps 118:133-36,
Ilavayia
Tpia?.
v. Kai
etc. {92} T? K(<)pi)?, ???(r|aov)
7tpoKaxaAa??,
?(?x)?p
fyi
Tpo7t(?)p(iov)-Ta%v
ju'. O ?v 7tavxi,
etc. {93f.} K(<)pi)?, ?X?riaov. K(\)pi)?,
?Ji?rjaov. K(\)pi)?,
?5i?r|aov. Ao^a II(ax)pi Kai eYi Kai ayi
v v. "A^iov ?axiv
(Kai) vvv Kai a?i Kai ??? xoi)? ai
va? x v ai
Uv(EV\xax)v
? ?^r|6
?, p.aKapi??iv
ge xt)v 0(?oxo)kov.
etc.
Tfjv xijii x?pav,
7t(ax)?p. Ps 66:2. Kai
K?^p?o)!) ?\)?oyr|aov,
{94} 'Ev ov?|iaxi
etc. {94} E?O ovtco? T?? S?SeKa?leTavoia?
TTJvnapovoav
evx(r?v), juvcttikSc- K(vpi)E Kai S?arcoxa,
Eha
(Kai) tt?v evx(f?v). Kai avOi?- Tpio?ywv.
aipojuev
ei? vy/o? T?? xe?poc?, ??yovTe?
Ilavayia
Tpia?. n(ax)?p
Kai ?noXva(i?).

?^?(riaov)
i?\ Kai
fpcov. K(i)pi)?,
Terce:
'??pa xp\xx\ A?^a
[77v-92r]

f? ei>x(r?) X(piax)?,
ao?, ? 0(??)?
fi)i

x? cp ?, etc. {95} 'EKTevrj.


v, ??^a aoi. Baai^??
oi)(pa)vi?.

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Pss 16,
Aevxe
??,?r|aov
i?\ Eha
7tpoGKi)vf^ac?)j,?v/.
Tpia?.
Ilavayia
II(?x)?p rp v. K(i)pi)?,
Tpio?ywv.
etc.
Ps
50:12.13.
?v
KaQ'
? x? Ttavayiov,
jueT?voiav,
ot?xov
24, and 50. [86r-92r] K(\)pi)?,
{103} Zxi%(oi)vvv.
gov
Kai
MeT?
?
x?
Se
Kai
t?
0(?O
Uv(EV[i)a.
A?^a.
ju??ov?rcav?yiov
K(i)pi)?,
?vTi?coveiTai
etc.
etc.
?
ei
gv
?
ayio?
xo)K?,
0(??)?,
ia%Dpoc,
?i)?,oyr|xo?,
{104} "Ayio?
K(i)pio)?
i\ ?\MEXoq,
0(??)?
KovT(?)K(wv)
Tfj? rjju?
Tpia?.
II(?x)?p %i v. Kai
ayio? ?Oavaxo?,
?X?rjoov ip?? ?K Tphov. Ilavayia
etc.
etc.
etc.
CH
Kai
Kai
Sovv
Ei
??,
7ipoaxaaia,
?Xrci?
Ta%??av
oxaO?p?v,
pa?.
X(piax)?,
Ei)Xoyr|x??
etc.
?v
Kai
rcavxi,
??,?r|CTOV Tpi?. Ao(^a).
fj evxCrjJ-'O
?^?t|Gov ju\
{105} K(\)pi)?,
{104f.} K(i)pi)?,
'Ev ov?p,(a)x(i)
Kai vvv. Tfiv xi|ii
7c(?x)?p. Ps 66:2a.
?i)X?yr|aov,
K(i)p?o)i)
x?pav x v %?poi)(?i|i).
etc.
Kai
{105f.} Eha
T?? i?'
jueT? Tfj? e?)x(fj?) K(<)pi)? Kai S?arcoxa,
jueTavoia?
T?? Tpe?? juey??a?
etc.
A?oTtoxa
Ei
Kai
Kai
Eha
0??,
napov
t(t)v)
napovoa
?ovAei,
??ye
fj
{106}
fj ei>x(r\).
jueTavoia?
etc.
etc.
and
90.
Pss
Sext.
aav K(i)pi)?
?
? 0(??)?
A?W?,
v,
53, 54,
xfjv g?\v,
{88}
{109} [93r-105v]
fiji
(TeaaapaKoa
Tfj? fjju?pa?. Ei Se ?an
y\ Tpon?pwv
^AXXriCXovia) y' Kai jueTavoi(a?)
etc. Ta%i)
oi)K
c/Oxi
ev
etc.
54:2.17.
am?.
t?
Eha
?Kxrj,
?%o|i?V,
E?0'ovtc??
T)fj'*0
{113} Zt?x(oi)'Vs
v.
etc.
Kai
Ta
T?
nap?vTa
Tpia?.
II(?x)?p
ip
Ilavayia
Tpia?yiov.
{113}
rcpOKaxatax?excuGav,
etc. Kai v(vv). EvGnXayxviaq
, etc. Ao^a. Tfjv ?%pavxov,
vn?p%ovGa,
TpoTt?pia- Z( xt|)piav dpyaa
Kai

A?^a.

vv(v).

?v rcavxi, etc. {115} Ao^a. Kai vvv. Tfjv xijii


etc. {114} K(<)pi)?, ?X,?(r|aov) ju\ Hei>x(ij)'eO
x?pav x v
Kai
'Ev ?vo|aaxi K(vpio)u
t?jv evxijv,
juvcttikco?' K(vpi)E
?i)A,?yr|Gov,
7t(?x)?p. Ps 66:2a. Kai
X?porj?ip,.
v
x
Kai
etc.
Kai
v,
Eha
f? evxf??EE
??arcoxa,
K(?pi)?
?Dvap,?
jueT(a)v(oia?).
T?? i?'juey??a?
{116}
avv
on e? ?an 0(??)? K(\)pio)?,
Ta TvniK?
etc. {115f.} laT?ov,
a/ua Tfj? TpiT?KTrj? pa?.
y/???ovTai
None:
t?v
MeT?
t?
Ei S'ovv,
ev?oyfjaai
fijue??- A?^a ooi,
?ep?a, ?px?jueOa
?ueT? Tfj? ?v?TTj?. [106v-119r]
Bacu?,??)
aoi.
? 0(??)?
Ilavayia
y\\i?v.
Tpia?. ?(?x)?p
7tap?(K?,r|X?). Tpia?yiov.
rp v, ?o^a
oi)(p?)vi?,
|i?V Tpe??. Pss 83-85. A?^a. Kai vvv. ^AXXii\(Xovi?) y' Kai
eX?v[GOv i?\ Aevxe
7tpoaKDvfio
?v xfj ?vvaxrj. Ao^a. Kai vov.
y'. O ev xfj ?vvaxr), etc. {140} Ps 118:169.170. Kai n??iv'O
jueTavoi(a?)
etc.
etc.
?
O
8i'
MeT?
ayio?
ri?,
0(??)?,
ia^Dpoc, ayio?
Mf| ?f) rcapa?
{140f.} "Ayio?
ju??ov?'
fip??,
BX?ncov
Tp v. Tpoir(?)p(iov)Tpia?. n(ax)?p
Tpe??. Ilavayia
?X?rjoov ryaac y\ MeTavoi(a?)
?Oavaxo?,
o Xr\Gxi\q, etc. Ao(^a).
'Ev ja?a ?\)o, etc. (Kai) vv(v). T?v ?p,v?v Kai, etc. {141f.} K(<)pi)?, ??,?r|c?ov ju\
'Ev ov?pxxxi K(i)pio)i)
O ?v rcavxi, etc. {142} Tf]v xipx x?pav x v yj?povi$i\?).
?i)?,(oyr|c>ov),
7i(?x)?p.
K(vpi)E,

v 7t(ax?)p v r\\i&v. Kai noiovjuev


(Kai) ttjv
??yovTe?
Tpe?? jueTavoia?,
T?? juey??a?
etc. {116} Kai avQi? ai i?'jueT?voiai
Kai fj evxf\
A?cntoxa
evxv(v)
juv<JTiKcd?-?^(vpi)E Kai 8?a7toxa,
cYi Kai x
etc. {145} [119r-134r] Typika: 'ApxTl x v xd7Tikcov Ps 102. Ao^a x II(ax)pi Kai x
K(i)pi)?,
etc.
eO
vvv
ai
ai
a??
145.
Ps
Kai
v).
(v
(Kai) ??? xovq
(Kai)
(va?) x(c?v)
povoy?vfi?,
Ilv(?\)|aax)i.
ayi
gov
Mt
5:3-12.
?niavv?nTei
xfj ?aoiAda
^vfiaOrrxi f^ v, K(\)pi)?.
t(ov?) MaKapwjxov?^v
{122} Eha
Kai vvv (Kai) ?xi (Kai) ?i? xoi)? ai
(va?). MvfjaOrixi
(Kai) ayi
(Kai) cYi
IIv(?i)|xax)i.
Ao^a II(ax)pi
Ai' ?i)% v x v ayi

f]|a v, etc. {123} Ei ?an 0(??)? K(i)pio)?, ??yojuev ?K?OT(o)?(ov) Tfj? fj/u?pa? (Kai) eva(yy??wv). Eha
?K?to
etc. Ps 33:6. Xop?? ayi
v, etc. {123} Nicene Creed, incl. x? ?K xov II(axp)??
kontakia
Ta
etc.
Ei
6:9-13.
Mt
S'ovk
{125?, in
nap?vTa
?x(ei), ??yoju(ev)
{123}
p?D?p,?VOv. ''Avec, acp??,
y\ E'?r| x?
(Kai) v(vv). Tfjv xipi
x?pav. K(<)pi)?, eXex\gov ju\MeTavo?(ac)
slighdy different order} A?(^a).
Se
Ps
33.
Kai
ttjv
ei?
Tp?ne
?n??voi?.
[134v-143r] Refectory: Eiaepx?/uevoi
?\)A,oyr||a?Vov.
?vo|aa K(Dp?o)i)
? ?7t(oi)pa)vio?,

Xop??

?av,

??yojuev

yrjaov.

K(i)pi)?

144. A?^a. Kai v?v. K(?)pi)?, ?X?r|aov. K(i)pi)?,


??,?r|aov. EvX?
y/a?ju(?v)*Ps
etc.
vie
t?
xov
Kai
vy/ov
(Qeo)v, EvX?yr\Gov,
jueT?
?piOTfjoai
{131}
X(piax)?,
v
Kai
0(?oxo)kod
?Einap
??a7roivr|?
ip
7tp?a??io5v xfj? 7cavD7t?p?D?ioyrm?vr|?

t?v nap?vTa
T(t|ao)?)
Al?

juev ttjv navay?av.

6?vo\) Mapi(a?), K(i)pi)? Tiriao)!) X(piax)? ? 0(??)? fi|a v, ???riaov fip??. 'Apfjv.A?^a ooi, ? 0(???), f]
Kai vvv Kai ?xi Kai
IIv(?i)pax)i*
??i7ci? fi|i( v), 5?^a aoi. A?^a aoi. Ao^a II(ax)pi Kai cYi Kai ayi
v v. 'Aftfiv. K(i)pi)?,
?i)X,?yr|aov. Ei)^oyr|
?^?riaov. K(\)pi)?,
??iricov.
K(i)pi)?,
va? x v ai
?i? xoi)? ai
etc.
Kai
etc.
?
??,?
?
ooi,
v,
vv(v).
?X?r|GOv.
K(\)pi)?,
K(i)pi)?,
{131} Ao(^a).
Ao^a
0(??)?,
x?? X(piax?)?
?
v
Kai
x?
Kai
ttjv navay?av,
Tfj?
?ao?
?vojaa.
vy/
??y(ei)M?ya
K(?)pi)?, ?X?(rioov). Ei)?i?yr|aov.
ayia?

Tpia?o?.

Ilavayia
Mampi?opiv

Eha

?noTe?e?

0(?OX?)K?,
?of]9?i
ge, etc. "A^iov

?n?vco tov navayiapiov


OT(av)p?v
Kai
et; amfj?
jueTaAaju?avovoiv
f^?v.
?axiv,

etc. Tiyv xijai

x?pav,

etc.{132f.}

avTOV, ??ycov
jueT? t?v Sito xzip?v
?ooi Tvyx?vovcri
??ioi,
y/???ovTe?
'E?epxoji?voi

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Tfj? Tpan??ri?

??yo

v, etc. {133} Ps 121. T? Tpia?yiov.


Ilavayia
juev ovtco?- 'E?,?fi(i v Kai o?Kxipji
Tpi??.
II(?x)?p rp v.
etc.
des.
end lost.
Kai KovT?Ktjv Tfj? fjju?pa?. Ei)%apiaxoi)|a?v
aoi, X(piax)?,
365},
?aai[?i?iac],
{Simonof,
vie
xov
Ps 21:27. A?^a. Kai vv(v). K(i)pi)?,
&(eo)v,
??ir|aov.
?X?(rjaov). Ei)?,oyr|GOV. X(piax)?
K(\)pi)?,
etc.
etc.
MeT?
Se t?
KOiXia
Se
gov,
ttjv
f]
navayiav
??yoju(ev)'T?yovEV
{H?rol, 131} Ei?
EvX?yyysov,
??y(ei)-Evypavao,
r\\i&v b 0(??)?,
?epev?ME&
\iev, etc. {146} Ps 103. Ao^a.

?piaTfjaai

O
?X?(r|aov). Ei)Xoyr|aov.
fi(i??, etc. {156f.} A?^a. Kai vv(v). K(\)pi)?,
etc. {157} [144r-157v] Vespers: 'Apx(fi) xov ?a7C?pivo?)- Aevxe
7rpooKDvf|a
Kai v?v. *AXXv\Xovia. A?^a aoi ? 0(??)?,
y\ Eha
Tpi?. MeTavoi(a?)

tov iep? ?, Kai avOi?


t? K(i)pi)?,
fj avvfj9(rj?)
?K?Kpa^a ei? t?v fjxov. Pss
anxo?oyiae?
and
116.
Ta
Eha
140,141,129,
Tfj? fjju?pa?. A?^a,
?xei
npoa?ju(ia)
?Si?jue?ov. Ei Sbvv
y/???ovTai
etc.
in
O
? i?xxp?v,
{151?,
{150} E?xa x? rcpoK??)i?vaAo^a. Kai vv(v). 9' (?).
slighdy different order}
avvanTfj

nap?

Eha ??yojuev Kaxa^i

aov, K(i)pi)?, etc. {153} Eha ??yoju(ev) Ta ?n?anx(a)'

anx(o?)

ttj? fjju?pa?

vv(v). 9'. Lk 2:29-32.


Ao\a.
Ao(^a),
v
v.
ttj? fjju?pa?. Abija. (Kai) v(?v). 9'. Zocpia. O
A/to?vt?ktjv
Ilavayia
Tpi??. ?(?x)?p
Tpia?yiov.
f]|i
etc. 'E7toi)(p?)vi?
yiveTai ?n??v
fyaGikEV, etc. {155} Trjv xi|iio
x?pav x v X?poi)?i|i. Kai
?i)?ioyr|x??,
Ei
S
t?
?anv
ai?.
???rj, jueT?
napQ?vE, etc. Ao^a. B?n
Tpia?yiov,
Tpon(?)p(iov)
fjxo(?) ?'-?(eoxo)ke
etc.
etc.
vvv.
etc.
T?
cY7t?
Kai
xiaxa,
lK?X?<)aax?,
ju '.A?^a. Kai v(vv).
xf]v af|v,
K(<)pi)?, ??irjaov
{154f.}
?v
'Ev ?v?p,(a)x(i)
(Kai) ttjv evxfjv ttjv Kpoyeypajujuevrjv
?i)A,(?yr|oov). Ps 66:2a. Kai ??yoju(ev)
K(i)pio)i)
Kai

t?

tov?

nap?vT(ov?)

vo?'K(vpi)E

Tpi??. n(?x)?p
xov K(i)pio)v.

anx(ov?)'Ps

122:1-2.3.

e? ?xei. Ei

S?vv

Kai

??arcoxa xfj? ? fj? |iod. Eha


Ilavayia
T?? jueTavoi(a?).
Tpia?yiov.
E?O'ovtco?v.
753K(?)pi)?,
rp
eX?(r)Gov)
i?'. E?r| x? ovo|ia K(Dpio)i)
?i)?toyr||j?vov,
Tpi?. Ei)?ioyfia
TavTa y?p npoeyp?cprjaav.
Kai
yiveTai ?no?vai?.
[158v-205v] Compline: 'Ap%r) gvv 0(?)
Kai

v MeT?
x v ?7to???7tv
t?v ?ep?a ?px?jueOa- A?^a aoi, ? 0(???)
t? ev?oyfjaai
Tpc?v, ?oc/x aoi. Bacu
v.
T?
Xev ov(p?)viE.
?X?rjciov i?'. T? Aevxe
K(i)pi)?,
Ilavayia
7tpocna)vf|
Tpia?yiov.
Tpi??.
II(?x)?p
f||a
12.
Pss
and
Kai
Kai
vv(v).
4, 6,
"AXXr\(kovia)
G(?\iev Tpi?.
y'.
A?(^a).
y\ MeTavoi(a?)
Tpe??.
jxeTavoia?
Pss 24, 30, and 90. A?(^a). Kai v(vv).
'AX9ir|(5ioi)?a) y\ MeTavoi(a?)
y'. E?O ovtco?'Apx?jueOa jueT? ju?
etc. {164f.} Eha
a'ME& %i v b 0(??)?,
Tpon(?)p(wv)
fjxo?
?ov?, ?v ?vi ?K?aTco anxco jueTavoiav
etc. {165} fH
v, etc. Tr]v rp?pav
v, etc. Tfjv fi|i?pav rcap??,9
Oia?ac,
n?(?yio?)?'-Ti\v
?p?pav Si?^9
etc.
etc.
Ta nap?vTa?a
A?cntoiva,
jiaxo? (pvcu?,
Ilavayia
{167} Tpia?yiov.
{165f.} Nicene Creed. Kai
etc.
Kai
p
<&<?xx\gov
Abija. 'Avxi?f|7ix
Tpon(?)p(ia)xoi)? ?(p9a?|aoi)?,
Ilavayia
Tpi??. ?(?x)?p
?pcov.
v
etc.
vvv.
etc.
T
oi)K
vvkt?c/Oxi
Kai
nap ?Tepa
{167f.}
'ETepa anx(rj)p(?)
?op?
xfj? \|/i)%fj?,
?%o|a?v,
etc. {168} K(\)pi)?,
|ioi, etc. Ttjv ?Kaxaio%\)vxov,
eX?v\gov ju'.Kai
fj evxrj
?2? (po??pa, etc. A?Kpua
K(\)pi)?, K(\)pi)?, ? pDaa|a,?vo? fi|i??, etc. {169} Aevxe
7tpoaKDvfia
|i(?v) y'. Pss 50 and 101. Prayer of Ma
nasseh {Rahlfs, P salmi cum Odis, 362f.} Tpia?yiov.
Ta nap?vTa
Ilavayia
Tpia?.
II(?x)?p
fi|a v. Kai
etc.
etc.
etc.
???riaov
K(\)pi)?,
Tpo7r(?)p(ia)'*EX?r\GOV
iyi?q,
fijx??,
Tfj? ??)a7t?,ay%via?,
{H?rol, 173} T?
x v, etc.

'Ev ov?|a(a)x(i)
7t(?
?X?riaov ju\ Ab\a. Kai v(vv). Tfjv xi|ii
K(i)pi)?,
x(?)p(av).
K(i)p?o)rj ??)X(?yr|aov),
v
v
v
v
v.
x
etc.
Aevxe
Ai'
Kai
A?Gnoxa
?i)%
0(?)?,
fj evxrj'
x)?p.
?yi
{173}
7t(ax?)p
fiji
7tpooKDvi|
etc. {175; ~ Rahlfs,
a p(?v) y3. Pss 69 and 142. A?^a ?v ?)\|agxoi?,
II(?
Ilavayia
364f.} Tpia?yiov.
Tpi??.
x v ?i)v?|i?
v, etc. {H?rol, 176} Eha
tov?
x)?p f]|a v. Eha
fjx(o?) /r?(?yio?) ?'-K(vpi)E
Tpon(?)p(wv)
x v 8i)va|a?
150:1. K(i)pi)?
v, |??9' fi|i( v). Ps
anx(ov?),
?? ?vi Se ?K?aTco anxco jueTavoiav
jiiavVs
x v ?a)v?|i?
xcov ?i)v?(i?
v, \ie& ip
v,
(v). Ps 150:3. K(i)pi)?
x( v). Ps 150:4. K(i)pi)?
x
x
v
v.
v
v.
x
150:1.
Ps
150:5-6.
Ps
K(i)pi)?
K(i)pi)?
A?^a
II(ax)pi Kai
|i?(9' f^ v).
?i)va(i?
Si)v?|i?
etc.
etc.
xov
x
cYi Kai x ?yi
?i
UoXX?
x?
7tA,rj9r|,
0(?OX?)k?,
Ilavayia
IIv(?\)|xax)i.
K(<)pt)?,
|if|,
?v rcavxi, etc. {177f.}
eX?i]GOV ju\ Kai
fj evxfj'O
%p?vov, etc. Tfiv 7r?aav ??7ti?a, etc. {177} T? K(vpi)E,
'Ev
[K]ai
v(vv).
Tfjv xi|ai x(?)p(av).
7t(?
K(<)pi)?, ?X?riaov y'. Ao^a.
ov?|i(a)x(i)
K(Dp?o)i)
?i)X?yriaov,
etc. {178}
Kai ??entoxa,
x)?p. O ?epev?- Ps 66:2. Ai Tpe?? juey??ai
jueTavoiai
jieT? T(fj?) evxfj?' K(\)pi)?
150:2. K(i)pi)?

avOi? Tpia?yiov.
Ilavayia
Tpi??. ?(?x)?p
fi|i v. K(<)
etc.
AGniXE,
ttj?
0(eoT?)KOVx
pi)?, ?X?riaov
vnepayia?
?|io?,Dvx?,
{178f.} Kai
etc.
etc.
Eha
A?Gnoxa
Kai
Te?eia
noXv?XEE,
ovtco?yiveTai ?/to?vai?
yiveTai
??? iyi?v,
{179}
{180f.}
v
etc.
etc.
Il?vx
avyxcopTjai?.
7tpoaxax?i)?i?,
{182} Ae?^ov x? ?oi)?i?i)|iaxa,
{unpubl.} ZK?7tr| Kai ?vxi
xov )i?aovDKXiKO\)- MeT?
t? ev?o
?,r|\|/i?, etc. {M?naion, Oct. 20th} [206v-233v] Nocturns: 'Apxri gvv 0(?)

Eha

T?? i?'Kai

n??iv

i?'. Kai

ttjv amfjv

fj Ttapovaa

evxrjv. Kai

evxrj

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Ila
?ep?a ?px?jueOa- Aoi?a goi, b 0(???)
f||i( v), ??^a aoi. BaGiXEV ov(p?)viE.
Tpia?yiov.
v.
gov
egx?v
A??X?
f'Oxi
t\ ?aaiA,?ia.
rp
?A,?(r|oov) i?'.
vayia
T?K(vpi)E,
Tpi??. ?(?x)?p
TcpoaKUvfiara
jiev y'. Ps 50:3a. Ps 118:1-72. Ao(?cc). Kai vvv. "AXX\\(Kovia) y. MeTavoi(ai?)
y\ Ps 118:73-131.
A?(c?.
t(?v)

yfjaai

'AXXrj(Xoi)?a) y\ Ps 118:132-76.
Ao(^a).
v.
Kai
tu
nap?vTa
Tpon(?)p(ia)-\oov
II(?x)?p
fi|i
etc. {H?rol, 15f.} K(\)pi)?,
vv(v). Z? x? ?7top9r|xov,

Kai

v(vv).

y\ Tf]v xifii
x(?)p(av)
Ps 66:2. Kai noiov(juev)

Kai

v(vv). Nicene Creed. Tpia?yiov.


Ilavayia
Tpi??.
b vu)j,(pio?, etc. Ao^a. Tfjv ip?pav
?K??vr|v, etc. (Kai)
?X?(rjaov) ju\ O ?v rcavxi, etc. {16} K(<)pi)?, eA,?r|OOV
'Ev ?v?|x(a)x(i)
x( v) %?poi)?ip, Kai ?v?o^ox?pav.
?i)X,?yr|Gov, rc(?x)?p.
K(Dp?o)i)
etc.
Kai ??orcoxa,
t(tjv) evx(Tjv)-K(vpi)E
T?? Tpe?? jiey??a?
jueTavoia?,
??yovTe?

{17} E?O9ovtco? Kowv(juev) T?? S?SeKa juey??a? jueTavoi(a?) jueT? ttj? ai)Tfj? evx(fj?), Kai avOi?
etc. {18} Aevxe
(Kai) vv(v).
|j,?V y\ Pss 120 and 133. A?(^a).
Tpia?yiov.
7tpooKDvf]o
v.
etc.
v ?yi
etc.
x
Kai
cO
M?x?
v, etc.
K(i)pi)?,
Ilavayia
?a9?i,
Tpi??. II(?x)?p fip
Tpon?pia- Mfio9r|xi,
ge
etc.
x
v
T?
Kai
en
n?Gai,
??,?r|CTOv i?'.
fj ??)^/^-Mvf\a9r|xi,
K(\)pi)?,
K(\)pi)?,
{20}
MaKapi?opiv
v
etc.
x
evge
Kai
Kai
?Am?i,
ovtco?- Ei)^
yiveTai ?n??vai?
|i?9a vntp
ei>d(v?) fj avyxcbprjai?
{21}
A?Gnoxa

0(?)?,

avx&v.
??Gxaxcov ?aoi^ecov
ip v. 'Yrc?p xov (piXo%piaxoi) Gxpaxov
'Yn?p xov ?pxi?7tiOK07toD
fi|i v.
v
v
xov
Etc.
?v
Kai
X(piox)
eY7t?p
7t(ax)p(?)? %i
Tc?erri? xfj?
?5??,cpoxrrxo?.
{~ 22f.} [234r-250v]
fip
t? ev?oyfjaai
t?v ?ep?a ?px?jieOaSaturday Nocturns-. f/Ex?pov p,?OOVDKXiK?v xov aa??axoi)* MeT?
Ab\a
aoi, ? 0(???)
Tpia?yiov.
Ilavayia
oi)(p?)vi?.
Tpi??. n(?x)?p
fip * v. K(\)pi)?,
fm v, 5o^a ooi. Baci?^i)
p,?V y'. Ps 50:3. Pss 64, 65, and 66. A?(?;a). (Kai) vv(v). AXXr\(Xovia)
eX?(t[GOv) i?\ T? Aevxe
itpooKDvfiG
Ps 68 (lacksw.

rcavxo
Ps 69. Ao^a.
IliGX?<)
?i? ?va 0(??v),
n(ax?)pa,
"Akxiox?
(pucu?, etc. T?? ?v
Ilavayia
II(?x)?p Tp v. Kai
Tpon(?)p(ia)Tpia?yiov.
Tpi??.
Kp?xopa.
etc.
xov
etc.
T?
?v rcavxi
Kai
Kai
vnvov,
?X,?r|oov
fj
K(i)pi)?,
Tfj? K?avri?
evxrj,eO
{34}
ji\
?i)v?p?i?,
vvv.
Ps
66:2a.
Kai
Kai
p,?ya
(Kai) 7t?ar|
Kaip
pa. A?^a.
Tfyv xip.i x(?)p(av).
fj evx(fj)'MEyaXvv<?{v]
v ?i? xi/DXOppayo?rvxa,
Xvvto GE, etc. {35f.} [251r-260r] Canon at theSeparation of the Soul from theBody: Kav
7to?r|
.Aevxe
etc. {Goar, 585-87}.
p,a 'AvSp?oi) Kpf|xr|?.
'Q?f) a'* r\%(o?) nX(?yio?)
?'* Q? ?v Tjicdp
ai)v?x9r|X?,
y\ Ps 67. Ab\a.

Blank

Pages:

5 Tp[7ta?ov]-13).

76v, 77r, 260v.

and Punctuation:
rounded breathing marks, wide circumflexes. ? Mute iota omitted. ? Diaereseis
over i and V common. - Upper and lower points. - K(ai)
and common endings occasionally
abbreviated. are sung
in continuous
(Pss 140 etc. on fols. 148v?152r), psalms are written
Except when they
antiphonally

Diacritics

not

paragraphs,

in verses.

similar to the Hodegon


style. Characteristically
shaped 8 with sharply
throughout. Somewhat
a
to
E
in
often
pointed downstroke.
subsequnt consonant, with only the upper half of the ?
joined
ligature
?
I attribute the script to the Nicholas
re-tained.
(RGK IILno. 528) who copied Vat. gr. 1143.
in vermilion. ? The initial E on fol. 158v and some of the small
Ink: grayish-brown.
Initials, tides, and headpieces
initials on fol. 171v were re-done in bright red (158v) and dark blue (171v) by someone other than the scribe or
one hand

Script:

the

painter.

small
quality (rough and/or dark spots common), with ocassional
goatskin, generally of medium
C.
in
hair
often
remains
reasonable
selection;
"Goat;
21,
Clarkson]:
96,141,160,172).
[Note by
(fols.
'medium'
both
surfaces
follicles
intact;
follicles;
(0.12-0.20 mm)."
weight
polished;

Parchment:
holes

system unclear; type not codified by Leroy: a simple rectangle


Ruling:
hardpoint;
15 (unruled) lines per page; justification ca. [60-65 x 35-40 mm].

delimiting

the written

surface. -

6 (fols. 1-6: fols. 5-6 singles), 3x8


Quires:
(134),
(69), 9 (78: fol. 76 single), 8x8
(30), 7 (37: fol. 37 single), 4x8
text
10 x 8
8
fols.
159 and 162 singletons),
144
8
7 (148: fol.
7 (141: fol. 135 single,
(164:
(156),
single),
missing),

(244), 6 (250), 10 (260).


Quire

Signatures:

scribal, Ie1: fully preserved

on fols. 62r (i), 95r (l?), 103r (ie), lllr

(i?),

157r(K).

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119r (iQ, 127r (vrj),

in black

Foliation:

ink, s.XIX:

Se, continuous.

in June 1935 by Liz Bentzel: green patterned


mended
Greek, s.XVI-XVII
(ace. to G. Petherbridge),
Binding:
wooden
silk (now very worn and soiled) over flush-grooved
boards; paper pastedowns
(probably added later);
distanced ca. 18-30-26-22 mm
raised endbands; flat spine; traces of clasps on the back cover; three chain-stitches
Although many of the quire signatures
(from the bottom up); blue silk curtains bound in front of each miniature.
are lost, there does not seem to have been substantial trimming.
"Sewn with link
[Notes by G. Petherbridge]:
stitch at three stations, averaging 21, 48, and 78 mm from the headcap. Sewing seems to be original. Linen S-twist
thread." - "An earlier covering phase is evidenced by the presence of fragments of red silk under the turn-ins of
examination
reveals nail holes left by either four corner bosses and a central boss
the upper board. Radiographie
same nail hole pattern is found on both the upper and lower boards." or an
applied metal (?) plaque. The
two tie
show two sets of triangularly disposed holes in the lower board and the corresponding
"Radiographs
pin catch holes
covering

in the fore-edge

of the upper board. The

lost fastenings

appear to have dated from the red silk

phase."

in dark gray ink, s.XVIII:


I ...v9?
...GX?, 7t?pioi( ?) o? nXav?[XEq 7t?pi?y[oi)cnv]
[front pastedown]
xov
xrrv. 'Eyy<)X?pov (lev xov fpuoi) ? ?pp,fj[?] I fj acppooixr), Kai \xe& avxi\v
I
i\ yfj, nXavy\...
Korc?pviKOV.
same hand and ink: ...|i?v?? I ...?, ov
E?xa ? ?pr|?, \ieQ I ..?, p,?x? 5? xov S?a ? Kpovo?.
[back pastedown]
? Korc?pviKO?, ? 17to?i? ? xfj? 7t?pioi)cua?
xfjv
Kaxrry?pOD ...a?vxriv |i?x? I?0? ?no XpiGxov NiK?Xao?

Marks:

(Kai) NEVxova
7t?p... I?vaKaiviaa?
e/Ep?T|v, K?7t?,?pov
?p%r\v xavxr\v
.... I
EXinE ?? 7tovf|.... I ... Kivf]G? ? xfj? ?y?or|? o<paipa?
K?(p(?taxi)ov
"LVIII.8" (oldWalters
shelfmark).
Traces

of Lost Marks:

Provenance:

purchased

[260r, infra] traces of washed


by H. Walters

probably

miniatures
and text are doubdess
Dating:
fol. 106r is in the scribe's hand. Nicholas's
provides

black

from Gruel,

ink, probably

I ...a?oi)? ?%?i ?axpovojioD?


Ka(i)
in
i?'
[front pastedown]
pencil:

from a thoroughly

erased note.

Paris.

the legend ?7tOKa9??,


Gi? in the upper margin of
contemporaneous:
a. 1449
one
under
(cf.
"Script" above), Vat. gr. 1143,
signed manuscript

a terminus ad quern for W.534.

on illustrations of the Biblical Odes


[20v, 24r, 32v, 36r, 38v, 40v, 46r, 50v, 52r]: Baumstark,
RQ 21
Iconography:
DOP 30 (1976): 67-84; Walter,
On the Dance of Miriam
(1907): 157-75; Weitzmann,
By^Sl 51 (1990): 43-52.
- For New Testament
scenes
45
the
CA
144-48.
canonical
hours' texts [76r,
Steppan,
[20v]:
(1997):
preceding
Cod. 295, s.XII ex. (text descr. in
Lesbos, Leimonos Monastery,
92v, 106r], the only parallel is the Horologion
to
be
Akoim?tos
miniatures
Phountoules,
published by Vokotopoulos):
[p. 142 (the manuscript
doxologia, 74?78;
is paginated)] Crucifixion,
x\ ?flOKa9f|?,CDGi?,
[172] Deposition:
[200] The Two Maries at the Empty Tomb:
also has full-page illustrations before each of the Biblical Odes, incl. Zach
? ?,i9o?. The Leimons manuscript
of David
180, 208,
[85v]: Cutler, Psalters, figs. 145,175,
[pp. 14,17, 22, 23, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34]. On the Penitence
Tableaux
323, 343, 377, 398, and 413; Dufrenne,
230, 252, 268, 301 (now New York, Metr. Mus., inv. 2001.730),
DOP
synoptiques, under "Ps 50"; Der Nersessian,
8
Acta
Historiae
Artium
215-39.
Eszl?ry,
(1962):

19 (1965): 169?; Cutler,

Jrnl. ofJewishArt

6 (1978): 51-53;

Bibliography:
tomegaperiechon hapasan t?n an?kousan aut? akolouthian kata ten taxin t?sAnatolik?s Ekkl?sias kai t?n
hypokeimen?n aut? euag?nmonasteri?n, 6th ed. (Athens, 1977).
en
A. Simonof, Megaproseuch?tarion
kai rh?mata hiera, new ed.
periechon hierasproseuchas
pas?peristasei

Horologion

(Thessaloniki,

2001).

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W.535

GOSPEL

Paper, 425 folios,

LECTIONARY
394 x 270 mm,

[ALAND
1594, Buz?u

I 1029]

(text); ca. 1596, Moscow

(miniatures)

Illustrations:

'l (avvrj?) ?
[8v] {Vikan, fig. 3.2} John Standing Inspired, Prochorus Seated Writing, ? ?y(i)o?
on
o
?
the
leaf
held
Ev
Prochorus:
1:1
IIpo%op ?,
0?oA,?yoc,
?y(i)o?
?p%fj ?jv Xoyo?, Kai ? ta)yo?
Jn
by
x
v (100 x 68); Sermon John the
?
r|[v] (237
145-50);
[9r] {Vikan, fig. 3.2} Anastasis-. ^(xysotyc, X(piaxo)?,
of
Baptist-.

v (77 x 67); [lOv]ChristAppearing toHis Disciples: '^riGOi^?X(piaxo)?, ?

v (80 x 71); [llr] {Diringer, Illum.

Book, fig. ii-27.e} Sermon ofJohn the Baptist: T^ GdKW*-, Ioant* (84 x 69); [12r] {Vikan,

theTomb: le Xc, ?

fig. 3.3} Road toEmmaus, Peterat

v, lUpTT*(sic) (82 x 71); [14r]JesusComingtoJohn in theDesert (82 x 73); [16r]ChristAddressing

Ic Xc, ?
v, Hhko^H/H (82 x 70); [17r] {Vikan, fig. 3.4} Christ Driving theMerchants from the Temple:
v (82 x 70); [18r] Christ and John Baptising. Ic Xc, ?
v, Ioant* (80 x 71); [19r] {Vikan, fig. 3.5} Doubting Thomas-. Ic

Nicodemus-.
?

Xc, ?

v (83 x 78); [20r]Wedding ofCana: IcXc, ?

v, [AAp] if, IcXc, ?

v (83 x 73); [21r]Pen?l-Drawn


Framefor

Miniature (75 x 68); [26r] {Vikan, fig. 3.6} The Women at theTomb: H?jy\* /HHpONOCHU,
(75 x 65); [31v]Healing of the
Paralytic. Eh[?]aa KSriMk Th h^u?/\h poc/\OK/\?Hdr(o) (75 x 65); [35r] {Vikan, fig. 3.7} Christ Teaching (75 x 66); [39r]
v (82 x
Christ and the Samaritan Woman: H?^a CA/HdpHCKdra;
[48r] {Vikan, fig. 3.8} Healing of the Blind Man: Ic Xc, ?
x
v
von
75); [58r] "Father, theTime Has Come": Th G&k&w, Ic Xc, ?
(83 75); [67v] {Gratziou, Matthaios
Myra, fig. 25;
in the book: Mt 1:1Max
Vikan, fig. 3.9} Matthew Seated, Inspired by anAngel: A^Tv b ?y(io?) Max9a?o?,

9a(ioi))- Bi?Xoc y?vv?a?[

]? ['I](r|CTo)?)
X(piGxo)?)mofti] Aa(Di)? moi)

['A?pa]ap. 'A?paap, ?[y]?v[vr|a]?

x
x?[v] (242 x 148, incl. frame); [68r] {Gratziou,
fig. 25; Vikan, fig. 3.9} Parable of theTost Sheep: Ic Xc (90 79); [73r]
All Saints: Ic Xc, in Christ's book: Jn 7:24 Hi ha /\hu,?, on the Baptist's
scroll: Jn 1:29 ?rmn^s. kojkh? ?a[ij]h?] (87 x
x
the
Peter
and
Christ
Sick,
Andrew,
78); [77r]
Healing
Calling of
Calling ofJames and John (77 68); [82r] "See the Birds of
x
x
x 81);
the
Centurion's
Heaven"
Christ
Servant
Christ
(79 70); [87r]
(77
67); [92r]
Healing
Exorcising theDemoniacs (88

Man withPalsy. IcXc, ?


[98r]Healing of the

v (88 x 80); [102v]ChristHealing TwoBlindMen: IcXc (88 x 75); [107r]

v (91 x 92); [113r] Christ Walking onWater with Peter. Th X*AiT


{Vikan, fig. 3.11} Feeding of theFive Thousand: Ic Xc, ?
x
no /HOp'fcc ??Tpo/H, Ic Xc, ?
v, anocTO/t ??^pT*
(94
87); [125r] Parable of the Talents (83 x 75); [129v] Christ and the
x
Rich Man See king Eternal IJfe (86 75); [134v] Parable of theWicked Husbandmen (75 x 67); [142r] Parable of theKing's
x
x
Wedding (75 68); [148v] Christ Addressing thePharisees about theGreat Commandment (87 78); [154v] Parable of the
in the
Talents (74 x 66); [158v] {Vikan, fig. 3.14} Luke Seated Writing withHis Symbol, theCalf, b ?y(io?) AoDK??,
x
incl.
book: Lk 1:1 E7r?i?fi7t?p noXXoi ?7t?%??pioav avaxa^aa9ai
150,
frame); [159r] {Vikan, fig. 3.14}
(240
Herod's Feast (81 x 73); [169v] {Vikan, fig. 3.15} Christ Addressing His Disciples (74 x 66); [174v] Christ Raising the Son of
theWidow ofNain
(74 x 68); [179v] Parable of the Sower (87 x 75); [185r] Parable of the RichMan and Lazarus (86 x 75);
x 66);
[190r] Christ Exorcising theGadarene Demoniacs (77
[195v] Healing of theWoman with the Issue of Blood, Raising of the
x
x
Daughter ofJairus (73 66); [201v] Parable of theGood Samaritan (82 75); [207v] Parable of theAbundant Harvest (88 x

Woman (74 x 68); [217r]Parableof theInvitationtoSupper(86 x 75); [222r]Christ


77); [212r]ChristHealing aDeformed
x
(76 x 65); [231v] Christ Healing a Blind Man
Healing Ten Lepers (75 67); [226v] Christ and the Ruler Seeking Eternal Ufe
x
on 236v (75 x 67); [236v] {Miner,
scene
for
the
unfinished
(73 67); [236r] {Miner, 102, fig. 13}
underdrawing
x
101, fig. 12} Christ and Zacchaeus (74 65); [241v] Christ and theCanaanite Woman (74 x 68); [242v] Parable of the
Publican and thePharisee (73 x 67); [247r] Parable of theProdigal Son (82 x 72); [257r] Christ Addressing theApostles
x
(74x 66); [268v] Christ Addressing theApostles, God theFather inHeaven (74 68); [272v] {Vikan, fig. 3.17}
on the scroll and in the book: Mk 1:1 Ap%fi xoi> ?1)
Mark Seated, with His Symbol, theLion: b ?y(io?) MapKO?,
i?oi) ?y anoGX?XXc? xov ?yy??,ov
]?od (242 x 152, incl. frame); [278r] Christ
T(r|oo)i) X(piaxo)i)ayy??uoD
Addressing

theApostles,

Christ Exorcising

a Demoniac

(82 x 73); [280r] Christ, James, and John Talking

Christ Addressing

the

Apostles (74 x 66); [281r]Raising ofLazarus (75 x 66); [285r]Entry intoJerusalem(76 x 66).
the Russian phrases on fols. 26r, 31 v, 39r, and 113r, somewhat carelessly written and in part (26r, 31 v) covered
are instructions for the painter rather than explanatory
miniaturists'
the
legends for the viewer. There
by
pigments,
are traces of what must have been similar instructions, now erased and illegible under UV-light,
in the outer margin
of fols. 21 r, 25r, 27v, 28r, 29r, 30r, 30v, 34r, 36v, 37v, and 38r, all exacdy next to the beginning of a pericope.

Note:

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are also Cyrillic


and illegible, under the miniatures
inscriptions, now overpainted
107r. Finally, there are remains of letters, now trimmed off, in the upper margin above
and 241 v.
217r,222r,

on fols. 48r, 58r, 92r, and


on fols.
the miniatures

There

{Vikan in By% Legacy, fig. 7}, InitialE;


[9r] {Vikan, fig. 3.2} Headpiece (118x119)
x 117), InitialE
vonMyra,
{Gratziou,
fig. 25; Vikan, fig. 3.9} Headpiece (113
fig. 36};

Ornament:
Matthaios

[68r] {Gratziou,
[126r]Headpiece

(ca.

52 x 67); [159r] {Vikan, fig. 3.14} Headpiece (102 x 150), InitialT\ [242v]Headband (14 x 70); [269r]GildedHeadband,
[273r] {Vikan, fig. 3.17} n~ShapedHeadpiece (101 x 150), InitialT {Gratziou, fig. 35}; [285r]InitialH withTwo
Birds-, [340r] Gilded Headpiece-, [362r] Gilded and Wash-Colored Headpiece; [374r] Headpiece (48 x 70). Gilded initial letters
(usuallyE orT) at the beginning of eachpericope. Gilded headband at the beginning of eachmonth in theMenologion.

Text

[315v] Space Left for aHeadpiece.

Ornament:

Unfinished

Kai
343-86; Scrivener,
[9r-66v] Readings for theWeeks ofjn: [9r-10r] Tfj ?yia
1:80-89):
xov
xov
??ao5ov
\iEyaXy\ Ki)p(iaKfj)
n?ajca?a7t?piv(?v),
|a?x? xfjv
[lOr-llr] Ei?
Jn 1:1-17,
Jn 20:19-25,
Lk 24:12-35,
[llr-12r] Tfj ?' x(fj?) ?iaKaiv(r|ai^OD)[12r-14r] Tf| y x(fj?) SiaKaiv.[14r-15v]
Jn 1:18-28,
?'
Tfj 8' x(fj?) ?iaKaiv.-Jn
1:35-51,
Tfj
3:1-15,
?
Tfj
x(fj?) SiaKaiv.-Jn
x(fj?) SiaKaiv.
[15v-17r]
[17r-18r]
(cf. Gregory,

[18r-19r] T

Jn 2:12-22,

aa(??axcp)

x(fj?) SiaKaiv.-Jn

3:22-33,

xov ?vxin?Gia-

[19r-20r] KrjpiaKfj

xov

bpQpov ?fjX?i ? 9(iv?v) a'* xfj? ?,?ixoi)py(ia?)- Jn 20:19-31, [20r-21r]Tfj ?' xfj? ?' e?o(ofxaSoc)- Jn 2:1-11,
[21r-v]Tfj y T(f?c)?' e?S.- Jn 3:16-21, [21v-22v] Tfj ?' xfl? ?' e?SofaaSoc.-Jn 5: 17-24, [22v-23v] Tx\ E x(fj?)
5:24-30, [23v-25r] Tfj 7iapaaK?D?? xfj? ?' e?S.-Jn
y', x v (lupocpop v ei? xov op9pov ?(fi)x(ei)

?' e?S.-Jn
KDp(iaKfi)

5:30-6:2,
? 9iv?v

?'-Jn 6:14-27, [26r-27v]


Mk 15:43-16:8

[25r-26r] la??axco

y'* xfj? ?,?ixoi)pyi(a?)-

[27v-28r] Tx\ ?' x(fl?) y e?o.: Jn 4:46-54, [28r-29r]Tfj y' x(fl?) y' e?S.-Jn 6:27-33, [29r-v]Tfj S' x(fj?) y' e?S.
Jn 6:35-39, [29v-30r]Tfl e x(fj?) y e?S.-Jn 6:40-44, [30r-v]Tfj 7tapa(aK?i)fi) x(fj?) y' e?S.-Jn 6:48-54, [30v-31v]
la??axco

y'-Jn

15:17-16:2,

[31v-33r] Ki)p(iaKfi)

?', xov napaXvxov

?i? xov op9pov

?(f|)x(?i)

? 9iv?v

S'

xfl? ??ixoi)pyi(a?)-Jn 5:1-15, [33r-34r]Tfl ?' x(n?) S' e??VJn 6:56-69, [34r-35r]Tf? y x(fj?) S' e?S.-Jn 7:1-13,
[35r-36v] Tfj ?' xfl? |i?ao7C?Vxr|Koaxfj?Jn 7:14-30, [36v-37r] Tfj ?' x(fl?) S' e??VJn 8:12-20, [37r-38r]Tfj
8:21-30,
xfj? 8' e?8o|ia5oc-Jn
[38r-39r] Xa(??axcp)
?'-Jn 8:31-42
xov
e?
9iv(?v)
xfj? aap,ap??xi?o??i?
op9pov ?(fi)x(?i)
x(fj?) ?,?ixoi)py(ia?)-

napaGKEvf\

?',

ffcco, [39r-42v] Ki)p(iaK?i)


[42v-43v]

Jn4:5-42,

Tfj ?'

x(fj?) ?' e?S.-Jn 8:42-51, [43v-44r] Tfj y x(fj?) ? e?S.-Jn 8:51-59, [44r-45r]Tf\ 8' x(fl?) ? e?S.-Jn 6:5-14,
[45r-46v] Tfj ? x(fj?) ? e?S.-Jn 9:39-10:9, [46v-47r] Tfj 7iapa(GK?i)fj)x(fj?) ?' e?8o|ia8oc-Jn 10:17-28
SiS

[47r-48r] T

jii a?xo??,

oa??axco

xfj? ?' e?S.-Jn

10:27-38,

[48r-51r] Ki)p(iaKfj)

?\

xov xvyXov'

?(f))

x(?i) ? 9iv(?v) ? xov op9poi)- x(fj?) ?,?ixovpyi(a?)- Jn 9:1-38, [51r-52r]Tfj ?' x(fj?)? e?S.-Jn 11:47-54,
[52r-53v] Tfj y x(f]?) ? e?S.- Jn 12:19-36, [53v-54v] Tri 8' xfl? ? e?S.- Jn 12:36-47, [54v-56r] Tfl ? x(fl?)
?va?fi\|/?

?* xov op9poi)

K?i)fj) xfj? ?'

e?8o|ia8oc-Jn

?(f|)x(?i)

? 9(i)v(?v)

14:1-11,

[56v-57v]

Lk 24:36-53,

y'* x(fj?) ?,?ixoi)py(ia?)?-

Za??axco

Jn 14:10-21,

[56r-v] Tfj 7tapa(a


?, x v ?yi

[57v-59r] KrjpiaKfj

7t(ax?)p v xov ?p9pot> ?(f])x(?i) ? 9(i)v(?v) i'- x(fj?) A,?ixoi)py(ia?)- Jn 17:1-13, [59r-60r]Tfj ?' xfj? ? e?S.
Jn 14:27 [ii] xapaaa?a9

-15:7,

[60r-61r] Tfj y x(fj?) ?

e?S.-Jn

16:2-13

?Xr}9?iav,

[61r-v] Tfj 8' xfj? ?

e?S.

Jn 16:15-23, [61v-62v]Tfj ? x(fl?) ? e?S.-Jn 16:23?|if|v-33 ?%rix?,[62v-63v]Tfl ?9 xfj? ? e?S.-Jn 17:18-26,


xfj? ?yia?
I??vxr|Koax(fi?)* Jn 21:14-25,
[63v-64v] la??axco
xfj? v' [i.e., Il?vxr|Koaxfj?],
[64v-65r] Ki)p(iaKf])
xofj op9pOD-Jn 20:19-23,
7:37-8:12;
[65r-66v] Tfj? ?t?iX0Dpyi(a?)[68r-158r]
Jn
Readings for theWeeks ofMt.
xov
Mt 18:10-20,
xr\v
Tfj
Il?vxr|KOCTxfiv fjxoi
?' xfj? 7tp xr|? e?So^aSoc
[68r-69r]
?yioi)
[lEx?
Ilv(?i)|iaxo)?Mt
a'
a'
Mt
8'
4:23-5:13,
5:20-26,
[69r-70v] Tfj y' xfj?
e?SopaSocx(fj?)
e?S.[70v-71r] Tfl
[71r-v] Tfj ?'
x(fj?) a' e?S.- Mt

5:27-32,

5:42-48,
e?S.- Mt

7:9-11,

[73r-v] Ki)p(aiKfi)
6:31-34,

a'- Mt
[71v-72r] Tfj 7tapa(aK?Vjfl) x(fj?) a' e?S.- Mt 5:33-41,
[72v-73r] Za??axco
v rcavxcov Mt 10:32-33.37-38,19:27-30,
a', x v ?yi
[73v-74r] Tfj ?' xfj? ?'
[74r-v] Tfl y' x(fj?) ?' e?S.- Mt 7:15-21,
[74v-75r] Tfl 8' xfl? ?' e?SojiaSoc- Mt 7:21

23, [75r-v]Tfj ? x(fj?) ?' e?S.-Mt 8:23-27, [75v-76r]Tfj 7tapa(aK?D?i)xfj? ?' e?SojaaSoc-Mt 9:14-17, [76r-v]
la.

?'- Mt

7:1-8,

[76v-77v]

Kup.

?'- Mt

4: 18-23,

[77v-78v]

Tfj ?' x(fj?) y e?S.- Mt

9:36-10:8,

[78v-79r]

Tfj y'

x(fj?) y' e?o.-Mt 10:9-15, [79r-v]Tfj ?' x(fj?) y e?S.-Mt 10:16-22, [79v-80v] Tfj ? x(fj?) y' e?S/ Mt 10:23-31,
[80v-81r]Tfj ? x(fj?) y' e?oVMt 10:32-36,11:1, [81r-82r]Za???x y- Mt 7:24-8:4, [82r-83r]KDpiaKfj y'-Mt
6:22-33, [83r-84r]Tfl ?' x(fj?) ?' e?oVMt 11:2-15, [84r-v] Tfj y' x(fj?) ?' e?o.-Mt 11:16-20, [84v-85r] Tfl ?'

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11:20-26,
[85v-86r] Tf| ?' T(fj?) ?' e?8.- Mt 12:1-8,
[85r-v] Tfj e x(fj?) ?' e?8.- Mt 11:27-30,
?'- Mt 8:14-23,
Za??ax(co)
[88r-v] Tfj ?' x(fj?) e' e?8.- Mt 12:9-13,
[87r-88r] Ki)p. ?'- Mt 8:5-13,

T(i)?) 5' e?8.- Mt


[86r-87r]

[88v-89v] Tfi y' x(fj?) e' e?S.-Mt 12:14-16.22-30, [89v-90v] Tf| 8' x(fi?) e e?8.-Mt 12:38-45, [90v-91t]Tri e'
T(fj?) e' e?8.- Mt 12:46-13:3,
e'- Mt 8:28-9:1,
v] KDpiaK.

x(fj?) e' E?S.- Mt 13:3-12,


Tfj ?' x(fj?) ?-' e?S.* Mt 13:10-23,

[91v-92r]

[92v-94r]

[94i-v] Tfj y' xf|? ?

[94v-95v]Tfj ?' x(fj?)?' e?8.-Mt 13:31-36, [95v-96r]Tfj e x(fj?) ?


CKEDfj xfj? ?

Mt

e?8onaSoc-

e'- Mt

[91i-v] Tf| napa.

13:44-54,

[97r-v] Za??ax.

?-'-Mt

9:9-13,
[92i>
e?8.- Mt 13:24-30,

Za??ax.

e?o. Mt 13:36-43, [96i-97r] Tfj napa

9:18-26,

?-'-Mt

[97v-98r] KopiaKfj

9:1-8,

[98i

v] Tfj ?' -cfi?? e?SonaSoc- Mt 13:54-58, [98v99v] Tfi y' t(fi?) ? E?S.-Mt 14:1-13, [99v-100v] Tf| 8' x(f|?) ?'
e?S.- Mt

[lOOv-lOlv] Tfj e x(fi?) ? E?8.- Mt 15:12-21, [101v-102r] Tf| napa, xfi? ? e?8.- Mt 15:29
[103i-v] Tfj ?' xfi? T|' e?8.- Mt
?- Mt 10:37-11:1,
[102v-103r] KDpiaKfj ?- Mt 9:27-35,

14:35-15:11,

31, [102t-v] Za??axco

16:1-6, [103v-104t] Tfi y' tfjc rf e?8.-Mt 16:6-12, [104r-105r]Tf) 8' xfj? rf e?8.-Mt 16:20-24, [105t-v] Tf| e'
xfi? il' e?S.- Mt

16:24-28,

[105v-106r]

Tfi napa,

x(fj?) ?

e?8.- Mt

17:10-18,

[106i>-107r] Za.

r?-Mt

12:30-37,

[107r-v]KDp. r[-Mt 14:14-22, [107v-108v]Tfj ?' x(f?c) 9' E?S.-Mt 18:1-11, [108v-109v]Tfj y' x(fi?) 6' e?8.-Mt
[U0v-112r] Tf] e xf)? 9' E?8.- Mt 20:17-28,
[109v-110v] Tfi 8' xfj? 9' e?8.- Mt 20:1-16;
9'- Mt 15:32-39,
[113r-114r]
xfj? 9' e?S.- Mt 21:12-14.17-20,
[U2v-U3r] Za??axco
[U2i-v] Tfi napaoKED?j
Mt
Mt
i'
i'
9'Mt
21:23-27,
21:18-22,
Tf|
e?8.14:22-34,
Tf|
y' xfi?
?' xfj?
e?8.[U4v-U5r]
KDpiaKfj
[lUt-v]
Mt
Mt
e'
i'
8'
i'
21:43-46,
21:28-32,
E?S.xfi?
e?8.[116r-117r] Tfi napaaKEDfj
xfj?
[115v-U6r] Tfi
[115i-v] Tf]
18:18-22,19:1-2.13-15,

xfi? i' e?8o^(a)8.-

Mt

22:23-33,

[117i-v] Za??axco

i'-Mt

17:14-23,

[117v-118v] Kt)ptai<f|

i'-Mt

17:14-23,

[118v-119v]Tfj ?' xfi? ta' e?S.-Mt 23:13-22, [119v-120r]Tfj y' x(fj?) ta' E?S.-Mt 23:23-28, [120r-121r]Tf? 8'
x(f|?)

ta' e?S.- Mt

xfj? ia'
Tfj e' xfj? ia' e?S.- Mt 24:13-28,
[122v-124r] Tfj napaaKEDfj
Mt
i'Mt
ta'18:23-35;
19:3-12,
[126r
[12St-?26t] KDpiaKf)
[124r-125r] Za??axco
ocyiov evayyekiov
[126r-v] Mk 1:9-15, [127i^-v] Tfj y' x(fj?) i?' e?8.- Mk 1:16-22,

23:29-39,

e?S.- Mt24:27-33.42-51,
157v] T? Kax? M?pxov

[121i-122v]

Tfi 8' xfj? i?' E?S.- Mk 1:23-28, [128i-v] Tri e' x(f|?) i?' E?S.- Mk
i?'- Mt 20:29-34,
CTKewj xfj? ia' e?SojiaSoc- Mk 2:18-22,
[129i-v] Za??axco
[127v-128r]

1:29-35,

Tf\ napa
KDpiaKfj
i?'- Mt

[128v-129r]

[129v-130v]

19:16-26, [130v-131f]Tf) ?' xfj? iy' e?8.-Mk 3:6-12, [131i-132r]Tf| y' xfj? iy e?8.-Mk 3:13-21, [132r-v]
Tfi 8' xt?? iy' e?8.- Mk
e?SojiaSoc- Mk 4:1-9,

3:20-27,

[132v-133r]

[134r-v] Za??axco

Tfi e x(fj?) iy' e?8.- Mk 3:28-35,


[133r-134f] Tfi napa,
Mt
22:15-22,
iy'- Mt 21:33-42,
iy'[134v-135v] KDpiaKfj

xfl? iy'
[135v-136v]

Tf| ?' xfl? i8' e?8ona8.- Mk 4:10-23, [136v-137v] Tfj y' x(fj?) iy' e?8.-Mk 4:24-34, [137v-138r]Tf| 8' x(fj?)
i8' e?S.- Mk 4:35-41,
xfj? iy'
[140i-141r] Tfj napacKEDfj
[138i--140r] Tfj e' xfj? 18' e?8o|xa8oc- Mk 5:1-20,
Mt
i8'Mt
i8'Mk
22:2-14,
23:1-12,
5:22-24.35-6:1,
[143r
e?8.[142i-143r] KDpiaKfi
[141r-142r] Za??ax.

144r]Tfj ?' xfj? ie e?8.-Mk 5:22-34, [144r-v]Tfj y' xfj? i8' e?S.-Mk 6:1-7, [144v-145v]Tfj 8' x(fj?) ie' E?S.-Mk
Tfj e' xfj? ie' e?S.- Mk 6:30-45,
x(fj?) ie' e?8o|i,a8oc- Mk 6:45-53,
[147r-v] Tfj napacKEDfj
ie'- Mt 22:35-46,
ie'- Mt 24:1-13,
[149v-150v] Tfj ?' xfj? i?-'
[148v-149v] KDpiaKfj
[147v-148v] Za??axco
Mk
8'
Mk
7:5-16,
6:54-7:8,
[151v-152v] Tfj 8' xfj? i?' ?p?.- Mk 7:14-24,
(sic) xf|? i? e?8.E?8.[150v-151v] Tfj
Mk
e'
7:24-30,
x(fj?) ie' e?8.- Mk 8:1-10,
[154r-v]
x(fj?) i? e?S.[153r-154r] Tfj napa,
[152v-153r] Tf|
6:7-13,

[145v-147r]

and add. Tafjxa


Aiycov, etc.
i?"'-Mt 25:14-30
[154v-156r] KDpiaKfj
ic?'-Mt 15:21-28;
[157v-158r]
[X]pf|
[157i-v] KDpiaKfj
i?,'-Mt 25:1-13,
352}, [156i>-157r] Za??ax.
{Gregory,
co 8e
xodxo
8i?
xodxo
x?
?xi
izoXX?K(iq),
Y?vEa9ai
?^ jtaax(a)
xfj? %avavaia?
EDaYY?X.iov
YivcboKEiv
xod
?xi
?d
x?
Max9aioD,
cnavE?co? ?vaYivoo
ca??axoKDpiaKov
Ei?
(sic)
%<a?>???vaYiv?CTKEo9ai
ji?v
KExai i? xod Max9aioD
xfj np?xTj (sic) xod ?api
(8?) e?? x? Kax? AoDK(?v)
KDpiaKfj, ?vaYivcboKExai
Aodk?v
aaioD Kai xod xeXcovod KDpiaKfj- e?tiep ?pa X,e?i)/ei e?c x? K(a)x(?)
KDpiaKfj, 8i? x? |a.fjkdvec
la??axco

i?-'- Mt

24:34-38.42-44,

9ai x? ?l?a%a, [158r][T]? 8? Kax? Aodkov ?Yiov EDaYY?A.iov?vaYivcboKExai ?% ?pxfj? xfj? HEx? xfjv
"Yi(icoaiv ?' ?v o?i,ai? e?8o(xaai i?', an' ?pxfj? 8? x(fj?) iy' e?8oji(a)8(oc) x? K(a)x(?) MapKov xa?? n?v
x(e) fiji?paic, xo?? 8? aa??aoi Kai xa?? KDpiaK?t? n?X,iv ? Aodk??; [159r-271v]Readings
for theWeeks of
Lk: [159r-v]Tfj SEDx?pa xfj? a' e?8o|aa8(oc) xod v?od exod?- Lk 3:19-22, [159v-160v] Tfj y' xfj? a' e?8.- Lk
3:23-4:1,

[160v-161v]

163v] Tfj napaaKEDfj

Lk 4:16-22,
[162v
Tf| 8' x(fj?) a' e?8.- Lk 4:1-15,
[161v-162v] Tfj e' xfj? a' e?8o^ia8ocLk
a'Lk
a'
4:31-36,
4:22-30,
[164i--165r] KDpiaKfj
[163v-164r] Za??axco
xfj?
e?8o|i.-

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a'- Lk 5:1-11, [165i-166f] Tfj ?' x(fj?) ?' e?S. Lk 4:38-41, [166i-v] Tfj y x(fj?) ?' e?S.- Lk 5:12-16, [166v-167r]
Tfi 8' x(fj?) ?' e?8.- Lk 5:33-39, [167i-168r]Tf| e' xfj? ?' e?8.- Lk 6:12-19, [168i-v] Tf| napa, x(fj?) ?' e?S.-Lk
6:17-23, [168v-169v]Za??axco ?'-Lk 5:17-26, [169v-170r]KDpiaKf) ?'-Lk 6:31-36, [170i-v] Tf| ?' x(f|?) y'
e?S.- Lk 6:24-30, [170v-171v]Tfj y' xfj? y' e?8o|m8oc- Lk 6:37-45, [171v-172v]Tfi 8' x(fj?) y' e?S.- Lk 6:46
7:1, [172v-173v] Tf| e' x(fj?) y' e?S.- Lk 7:17-30,
Za??axco
y'- Lk 5:27-32,
[174v-175r] KDpiaKfi

[173v-174r] Tfi napa, xfj? y' ??8.- Lk 7:31-35,


[174r-v]
Lk
8'
7:36-50,
Tfj
y'- Lk 7:11-16,
x(fj?)
?'
E?S.[175r-176v]

[176v-177r]Tf| y' x(f|?) 8' e?S.-Lk 8:1-3, [177r-v]Tf| 5' x(fj?) S' e?8.- Lk 8:22-25, [177v-178r]Tf| e' x(fj?) 8'
8'- Lk 6:1-10,
e?8.- Lk 9:7-11,
[178v-179v] Za??axco
[179v-180v]
[178r-v] Tfj napa, x(fj?) 8' e?S.- Lk 9:12-19,
Lk 9:18-22,
8'- Lk 8:5-8.9-15,
KDpiaKfi
[180v-181r] Tfj ?' x(fj?) e' e?SojiaSoc[181i-v] Tf| y' x(fj?) e' e?S.- Lk

9:23-27, [181v-182v]Tfi 8' x(f|?) e' e?8.- Lk 9:43-50, [182v-183r]Tfj e' x(fj?) e' e?S.- Lk 9:49-56, [183i-184r]
x(fj?) e' e?S.- Lk 10:1-15,

Tf| napa,

[184r-185r]

Za.

e'- Lk 7:1-10,

[185i-186v]

KDpiaKfi

e'- Lk 16:19-31,

[186v]

Tf] ?' xfj??' e?S.- Lk 10:22-24, [186v-187v]Tfj y' x(fj?) ? e?8. Lk 11:1-10, [187v-188r]Tf| 8' x(fj?) ?' e?o.
Lk 11:9-13, [188i-189r]Tfj e x(f|?) ? e?S.- Lk 11:14-23, [189i-v] Tfj napa, xfi? ?' e?8.- Lk 11:23-26, [189v
190r]Za??axco ?"'-Lk 8:16-21, [190i-191r]KDpiaKfj ?'- Lk 8:27-35.38.39, [191r-192r]Tf) ?' x(fj?) ? E?S.-Lk
11:29-33, [192i-v] Tfj y' xfj?? e?8.- Lk 11:34-41, [192v-193r]Tfj 8' xf|? ? e?S.- Lk 11:42-46, [193i-194r]Tfj
e' xfj? e?So^rjCe?SojiaS.- Lk 11:47-12:1, [194r-195r]Tfj napaaKEDfj xfj? ? E?SojiaSoc-Lk 12:2-12, [195r-v]
Tfj ?' xfj? r\ e?o. Lk 12:13-15.22-31,
Za??axco ?- Lk 9:1-6, [195v-197r]KDpiaKfj ?- Lk 8:41-56, [197i>-198r]
Lk
S'
12:42-48, [198v-199v]Tfi
[198t-v] Tf| y' x(fj?) r\ e?S.x(fj?) ti' E?S.-Lk 12:48-59, [199v-200v] Tfi e xfj?
ti' e?S.- Lk 13:1-9,

[200v-201r]

Tf| napa,

x(fj?) r\ e?8.- Lk 13:31-35,

[201r-v] Za??axco

rf- Lk 9:37^3,

[201v

203r]KDpiaKfi ti'-Lk 10:25-37, [203i-v] Tfj ?' xf|? 9' e?S.-Lk 14:1.12-15, [203v-204v] Tfj y' xfj? 9' E?S.-Lk
14:25-35, [204v-205r] Tfi 5' xf|? 9' e?8.- Lk 15:1-10, [205i-206r] Tfj e' x(f|?) 9' e?S.- Lk 16:1-9, [206r-207r]
Tfj napaaKEDfj
x(fj?) 9' e?8ona8ocaKfj 9'- Lk 12:16-21 and add. Tavjxa

Lk 16:15-18

and 17:1-4,

X?ycov, etc. {Gregory,

9'- Lk 9:57-62,
[207v-208r] KDpi
Lk 17:20-25,
i'
Tfj
?'
e?S.x(fj?)
[208t-v]

[207i-v]

356},

Za.

[208v-209v] Tf| y' x(fj?) i' e?O. Lk 17:26-37 and 18:18, [209v-210r]Tfj 8' x(fj?) i' e?S.- Lk 18:15-17.26-30,
[210i-v] Tfj e' x(fj?) i' e?S.- Lk 18:31-34, [210v-211v]Tf| ?' x(fj?) i' E?SojiaS.-Lk 19:12-28, [211v-212f]Za.
i'- Lk 10:19-21,
[212i-213r] KDp. i'- Lk 10:25-37,
[213i-v] Tfj ?' x(f|?) ia' e?8.- Lk 19:37-44,
[213v-214r] Tf]
Lk
Lk
ia'
8'
ia'
?'
19:45-48,
20:1-8,
y' x(fj?)
e?S.e?S.x(fj?)
x(fj?) ia' e?S.- Lk
[214r-v] Tf|
[214v-215v] Tfi
Lk
Lk
ia'
ia'20:9-18,
20:19-26,
12:32-40, endnote:
e?8.[215v-216r] Tf| napa,
x(fi?)
[216i-217r] Za??ax.
Todxo x? EDayy?X.iov X?yExai Kai xfj KDp(iaKfj) xcbv npcon(ax?)pcov,
[217r-v] KDp. ia'- Lk 14:16-24,

[217v-218v]Tf| ?' x(fi?) i?' e?8.- Lk 20:27-44, [218v-219v]Tf| y' x(fj?) i?' E?8.-Lk 21:12-19, [219v-220r]Tfj
8' x(fi?)

i?' e?S.- Lk 21:5-8.10.11.20-24,


x(fj?) i?' e?8.- Lk 21:37-22:8,
\22\x-222t\

[220i-v] Tfi e' x(f|?) i?' e?S.- Lk 21:28-33,


Za. i?'- Lk 13:19-29,
[222i-v] KDpiaKfj

[220v-221r] Tfj napa.


i?'- Lk 17:12-19,
[222v-223v]

Tf| ?' x(f|?) iy' e?S.-Mk 8:11-21, [223v-224r] Tf| y' x(fj?) ty' e?S.-Mk 8:22-26, [224r-v] Tfj 8' x(fj?) iy' E?S.
Mk 8:30-34, [224v-225r] Tfj e' x(fj?) ty' E?S.-Mk 9:10-16, [225i-v] Tf| ? x(fj?) iy' e?S.-Mk 9:33-41, [225v
226v] Za.

iy'- Lk 14:1-11, [226v-227v] KDp. iy'- Lk 18:18-27, [227v-228r] Tfi ?' xfi? iS' e?S.- Mk 9:42-10:1,
[228i
229r] Tfj y' x(fj?) 18' e?S.- Mk 10:2-11, [229i-v] Tfj 8' x(fj?) i8' e?S.- Mk 10:11-16,
[229v-230v] Tfj e' x(fi?) 18'
e?S.- Mk 10:17-27,
[230v-231r] Tfj napacKEDfj
xfj? 18' e?8.- Mk 10:24-32,
[231i>-v] Za. i8'- Lk 16:10-15,
[231v-232r]

KDp.

iS'- Lk 18:10-14,

[232r-v] Tfi ?' xf]? ie' e?8.- Mk

10:46-52,

[232v-234r]

Tfj y' x(fj?) ie' e?S.

Mk 11:11-23, [234r]Tf| 8' xfj? ie e?S.-Mk 11:22-26, [234t-235f] Tfj e' x(fj?) ie' e?S.-Mk 11:27-33, [235r-v]
ie'- Lk 17:3-10,
12:1-12, [235v-236v]
Za??axco
[236v-237r] KDp. ie'- Lk 19:1-10,
[237i-v] Tf| ?' x(fj?) i?-' e?S.- Mk 12:13-17,
[237v-238v] Tf) y' x(fi?) i?-' e?S.- Mk 12:18-27,
[238v-239v]
Tfj 5' x(fj?) i?' e?S.- Mk 12:28-37,
[239v-240r] Tfj e' xfl? i?"' e?S.- Mk 12:38-44,
[240r-241r] Tfi napaaKEDf|
x(f|?) i?-' e?S.- Mk 13:1-9, [241r-v] Za. i?"'- Lk 18:1-8 x?xet,
[241i-242v] KDp. i?-'- Mt 15:21-28,
[242j>-v]
Tfj ?-' x(fi?)

ie' e?8.- Mk

(8?) fj xoiaDXT| xfj? xavavaia?


KDp(iaKfj) ??v (j.fjKDVT|xai fj an?KpEco? Si? x? ?^co
x?
Aodk?v
K(a)x(?)
Xe?\|/ti e?c
KDp(iaKf|)- e? yoDV |x?A,X(ei) ?vayivcoa9fjvai
fj xoiaDXT| KD
x
v
xod
Kai
?k
ai
n?vxE
onia9(Ev)
piaKfj, a? avayvcocr9cooi
aa??ax(oD),
f|jj,?pat, |X?x?
[242v-243r]
K(ai) xod cpapiaa?oD' Lk 18:10-14,
KDp. xod XE?.COVOD
[243r-v] Tfj ?' x(fj?) i? e?8.- Mk 13:9-13, [243v
'AvayivcoCTKExai

naaxa

K(ai)

244r] Tfj y' xfj? i? e?S.-Mk 13:14-23, [244i-245r] Tfj 8' x(fj?) i? e?S.-Mk 13:24-31, [245i-v] Tfj ? x(fj?) i?'

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e?S.- Mk 13:31-14:2,
[245v-246r] Ty\ rcapaGK?i)?? xfj? i? e?S.- Mk 14:3-9, [246r-247r] Za??axco
i?- Lk 20:46
etc.
xoi)- Lk 15:11-32,
21:4 and Taina
Xtyav,
{Gregory,
359}, [247r-248v] KDp. xov ?a
[248v-249v] Tfj ?'
Mk
S' xfj? ?rcoKp.
y
Tfj
14:10-42,
x(fj?) ?xcoKp?oD- Mk 11:1-11,
Tfj
xfj? ?noKp?ov
[249v-252r]
[252r-254v]

Mk 14:43-15:1, [254v-255v] Tfj ? xfj? ?noKp?ov Mk 15:1-15, [255v-256v] Tfj ?


Za.

x(fj?) ?rcoKp?oD-Mk

Lk 21:8.9.25-27.33.34-36,
Lk 19:29-40 and 22:7-8.39,

15:20.22.25.33-41,
xt?? ?noKp?ov
[256v-257r]
[257r-258v] KDp. xfj? ?rcoKp?oD
Mt 25:31-46,
Tti ?' xf\q XDpocp?(yoD)[258v-261v]
[261v-264r] Tfj y x(t??)
e
Lk
Lk
22:39-23:1,
23:1-43.44-56,
XDpocp?y.xfj? XDpocp?[264r-267r] Tfj
xfj? XDpo
[267r-268v] Za??axa*
cp?yoD* Mt 6:1-13,
xfj? XDpocp?yoD* Mt 6:14-21;
avayivcoGK?
[268v-269r] KDpiaKfj
[269r-271v] EDayy??aa

\iEva ?i? x?? 7cavi%i8a? (sic) xfj? rcp xri? ?D8op?8o? (sic) x( v) viax?i v

[269r-271r]Tfj ?' ?aic?pa?- Lk

xfj 8' ?a?r?p.- ?fjx. xfj S' x(fj?) i?' e?8.


?f|x(ei) oa. x(fj?) xDpocp?y. Max?.;
[271v] Tfj y EGn?pa?
?
S'
., ? ? x? Jn 15:7.
xfj
x(fj?) ? e?S. Ak.; xfj napa.
M?pK.;
?G7c?p.* ?f]x. xfj
EGn?p: ?tjx. G?7rx??pia> ?' l
v
x
v
x
Mk 2:23-3:5,
vr|OX?i
7Cp
[273r-373r] Readings for Lent. [273r-274r] Za??axco
[274r-v] KDp. a x v
vr|ax?i.- Jn 1:44-52, [274v-275v] Za. ?' x v vr|GX?i.- Mk 1:35-44, [275v-276r] KDp. ?' x v vr|GX?i.* Mk 2:1-12,
21:8-36,

[276v] Za. y x v vt|GX?i.- Mk 2:14-17,


[277r-v] KDp. y x v vr|GX?i.- Mk 8:34-9:1,
[277v-278r] Za. S' x v
v
x
v
?
x v vr|GX?i v Mk
Mk
Mk
8'
Za.
vr|GX?i
vr|GX?i.7:31-37,
9:17-31,
[278r-279r] KDp.
[279r-v]
?
v
x v vr|GX?i
xod Aa??pODMk 10: 32-45,
8:27-31,
[279v-281r] KDp.
[281r-284r] Za???x
Jn 1:1-45,
x
v
xod
Mt
Batcov,
21:1-11.15-17,
12:1-18,
opepOD*
[284r-285r] KDp.
[285r-286v] xfj? taixoDpyi(a?)-Jn

[286v-289r]Tfj ?y(ig) K(ai) \i(E)y(?)X(r\)?'-Mt 21:18-43, [289r-291v]Tfj ?yia

(Kai) \iEy?Xr[?\ ?i? xf)v

(Kai) \iEy?Xr\ y', ?i? xov opGpov Mt 22:15-24:2,


Tfj ?yia
[296v-301r]
k. \iEy?Xr[ y\ ?i? xfjv ?,?ixoDpy.- Mt 24:36-26:2,
8',
Tfj ?yia
Tfj
(Kai)
?yia
\iEy?Xr\
?i? xov
[301r-304r]
k.
Mt
26:6-16,
Tfj ?y. k.
?pepov
[lEyX. S', ?i? xfjv A,?ixoDpyiav
[304r-v] Tfj ?y.
[304v-307v]
Jn 12:17-50,
xov
xod
Lk
22:1-39,
vutxfjpo?- Jn 13:1-11,
?pepov
\iyX. e\ ei?
[307v-308r] EDayy?Xiov
[308r-v] Ei)a. ?'
xod vircxfjpo?-Jn
k.
e,
13:12-17,
Tfj
Mt26:1-20,
xfjv
?y.
pyA,.
ei?
?,?ixoDpyiav.[308v-315v]
[315v-340r]
v 7ta9( v)- a Jn 13:31-18:1,
? Mt
8' Jn 18:28-19:16,
?' Jn 18:1-28, y Mt 26:57-75,
i?' x v ?yi
EDayy?Xia
Mt

teixoDpyiav

24:3-35,

[291v-296v]

9' Jn 19:25-37,
i'Mk 15:43
,? Mt 27:33-54,
r\ Lk 23:32-49,
27:3-32, ? Mk 15:16-32
tcigx?DGC?|I?V ai)x
x
v
47, ia Jn 19:38-42,
(Kai) p?y??,r|?
napa
p( v) xfj? ?yia?
i?' Mt 27:62-66,
[340r-355r] EDayy?Xia
Lk
Mt
Mk
9'y15:1-41,
22:66-23:49,
[a']
27:1-56,
pa
pa
?'
pa
18:28-19:37,
GK?Dfj?*
[355r-360r]
Jn
Tfj ?y. k. py. napa. ?G7u(?pa?)- Mt 27:1-38, Lk 23:39-43, Mt 27:39-54, Jn 19:31-37, Mt 27: 55-61,
[360r-v]

?yi

(Kai) p?y??,

?G7c?pa?- Mt 28:1-20;
16:9-20, 8' Lk 24:1-12,

Ga???x

Tcpi-Mt 27:62-66, [360v-362r] T

? 9iv? ?vaGx?Gipa
[362r-373r] EDayy??aa
e Lk 24:12-35, ? Lk 24:36-53, ? Jn 20:1-10,

14, la'Jn 21:15-25;


[374r-421r] Menologion: Mr|vo?,oy?ov
K(ai) pvfipri xod ?g?od
7i(ax)p(?)?

?yi

K(ai) p?y?tao Ga??ax(cp)

ia'- [a'] Mt

28:16-20, ?' Mk 16:1-8, y' Mk


9' Jn 20:19-31,
rf Jn 20:11-18,
l'Jn 21:1

*
0(?)
?yi
[374r-382r] September, a ?p%(ri) x(fj?) IvSiKXi(ovo?)
v
xod
ZxdX?xod,
v)
0(?o
K(ai) f] GDva^i?
ZDp,?(
xfj? D7i?payia?
fip
v
v
xod
xod
Lk
Kai
?v
?g?od
4:16-22,
e\
xo)kodrcp?. %i
xfj p?vSpa*
ZDp?
?fjx(?i) 8?K?(p?pioD)
pvfipri
. xod Nt|gx?D
?' xod ?y. p(?)y(a)?i(o)p(?)p(xDp)o?
M?pavxo?Jn 15:1-11, k. xod ?v ?y. rcp?. fip( v) l
xod- ?fix. vo?(p?pioD)
iy' x(fj?) ^?ixoDpy(ia?),
y' xod ?y. tepopp.
'Av9ip(oD)?tjx. vo?. iy' x(fj?) XEixpy.,
xod 7c(ax)p(?)?
8' xod ?y. ??popp. Ba?D^ae' xod ?y. 7tpo<pfix(oD) Za%apioD
??fix. xfj ?' x(fj?) y' e?S. Max9.,
gdv

xod 9aDp(a)x(o?)
xod ?p%(i)
?fjx. xfj S' x(fj?) ia' e?8. Max9., ?9 f| ?v?pvr|G(i?)
xov
Z
X
?v
v(ai?)- ?f|x.vo. r\ x(fj?) X,?ixpy., ?
?y. pp.
xa??
?ovx(o?)- ?x. papx(D)
MrixafiX
Gxpax(fj)y(oD)
v
xod
Lk
Lk
0?Oxokod,
1:39-49.56,
op9p(oD)xfj?
p(ov), T|' xfj? i)7t?pay(ia?)
Segtco?vti?
^?ixoDpyia?fip
v
k.
v
x
'I
v)
v) K(ai) SiK(ai
?
10:38-42,11:27-28,0'
9?07i(ax?)p
"Avvri?- ^fjx. Ga???x
?y(i
aK?ip
xod xip?oD npoSp?(poD)-

ia ?i? xi\v
i' ?i? xf]v 7ipoGKDvr|Giv x v xipi(
) ? Max9aioD,
v) ^DX( v)- i^fix. Ga???x(
., i?' ?i? xfjv 7cpoGKDvr|Giv x v xip(i
v)
(v) ?,vX(?v ?fiX?i xfj y' x(fj?) ?' e?S. l
7ipoGKDvr|Giv x v xipi
x.
xod
x.
v
l
.,
?K
v)
v)TipoGKDv.
^D^(
?f^x. xfj ?' xfj? ?' e?S.
xipi(
?fjx. xfj ?' x(fj?) ? e?S., iy' ?i?
^D^
G?
12:25, Ga??ax.
KDp. xcpo xfj? D\|/
7Cp? xfj? D\|/ G?( ?)- ?f)x. Ga??x. ? Max9.,
?-Jn 3:13-17,
p?(GOD)-Jn
i8' f] D\|/ Gi? xod xipioD k. ?coo7coiod GX(aD)poD, xod op9p(oD)* Jn 12:28-36 y?vr|G9?
d? x(f|v) ?,?ixy.*
9?V.13-20.25-28.30-35
ai)X0D
Z?. p(?)x(?)
intr. passage
367} andjn 19:6.9-11 ?v
papXDpia
{Gregory,
xov AoD(K?),

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. x. d\|?cogiv
v),
KDp. p(e)x(?)
Ly\x. xfj KDp. y' x v vr|Gxei(
x(fj?) 8' e?8. l
S'
Max9.,
xfj
?'
xfj
e?8.
?yi(a?)
EDcpTipi(a?)?f)x.
xfj?
x(fj?)
y'
pyXpp.
i?'
?fjx.
k' xod ?y. pyXpp. E?)Gxa9(?oD)AoD(K?),
Ky' fi GD?\Ar|\|/i?
??f]x.xfj y5 x(fj?) i?' e?S.
k. ?arcxiGxoD l
?I?
(?vvoD)- ?f)X. xfj k8' xod Iodv(?od)
7Tpoq)fi(xoD) rcpoSpop(oD)

x(fiv) d\|/c?giv
?fjx. xfj napa.
ie' xod ?y. pyXpp. NiKfjx(a)x(fj?) S' e?8. AoD(K?),
xod xipioD ?v8o(^)oD

x(?) yev?9?,iov x? ei)a(yy??,iov) xfj? XeixoDpyia? ??to x? Lk 1:5,KO'x(fj?) ?yi(a?) rcp x(o)pp. 0?kXt|?
xod ?y. l
f) pex?GxaG(i?)
19:25-28
ia', xfj? Xeixy.-Jn

?f)x. Ga.

i? xov Max9.,
k?'
0?O?o(y)oD?f|x. ? 9(iv?v)

(?vvoD) xod ?rcoGx(o)?L(oD) (Kai) ei)(ayyeXiax)oD


and 21:24-25,
v) k. ?poXo
kk\ xov ?g?od 7ip?. %i(

y(f))x(0D) Xapix vo(?)- ?nx. xfj napa. x(fj?) ?' e?S. AoD(K?), X xov ?y. iepop?px(D)p(o?) rpr|y(o)p(ioD)
x(fj?)M(?)y(?)^(r|)? 'Appevi(a?)- Mt 24:42-47;
[382r-383r]
Xeixpy.,

xod ?y. ?rcoGX(o)?,(oD)

October, a'

?' xod ?y.

'ApeorcayfixoD-

x(fj?)
?i? x(r\v) rf vo(ep?)p(ioD)
?fjx. ep7ipoa9ev
xod
?fjx. ?i? x. iy' vo. x(fj?) ?,eixpy., y' xod ?y. ?epopp. Aiovdg?od
0 p?* ?f)x. xfj KDp.
e?8. Max9., ?' xod ?y. ?v5o(i;)oD ?(n)oGxb(Xov)

KDrcpiavoD-

iepopp.

?fjx. xfj ?

'Avavia*

x(fj?) ?

xod ?vx(i)7iaG%(a), ? x v ?y(i v) pp. Z?py(ioD) k. B?K%0D-Ifyz. xfj y' x(fj?) i?' e?8. Aod(k?c), i?' x v
?fjx. xfl y' x(fj?) i?' e?8. AoD(K?), iy' x v ?y(i v)
?y(i v) pp. Ilpo?(oD), Tap?x(oD) k. 'AvSpov?KODxod ?Kaxovx?p%OD- ?f|T. Eva.
i?' xod ?y. AoyyivoD
?epopp. K?prc(OD) k. naTTD?-(oD)- Mt 7:12-21,
v) 7ca9 v, it|' xod ?y. ?7coGxoX(oD) Kai e?)a(yyeX?Gx)oD AoDK?- ?f)x. vo. if T(fj?) Xeixpy., Ky'
? x v ?y(i
xod ?y. ?(n)oGx(oXov)
laKob?oD xod ?8e?,(po9?oD*
?fjx. xfj ?' x(fj?) ? e?8. Max9.,
k?-' xod ?y. [iyX\xp. Ai
Ga.
xod pDpo?Xfix(oD).;
y5 l
?f)x.
prjxp(ioD)
v ?y. ?vapy(D)p(
x
a
Mt 10:1.5-8, ?' x v ?y. pp.
Kai Aapiav(oD)*
November,
v) Koap?
[383r-387v]
x
v
k. x v gdv ai)x
'AkivSdvod
?y. pp. 'AKe\|/ip?, l Gficp k.
?fjx. KDp. x( v) ?y. 7ravx( v), y'
ev
xov
'Aei9a?,?- ?f|x. rcapa. xfj? ? e?S. Aod(kS),
x(od) opoA,(o)y(r|)
npq. f|p( v) nai)X(oD)
?y(ioi?)
?*'
v ?taa v
K vGxavxivoD7co?t(e
x(od) 7c(ax)pi?px(0D)
?)* Lk 12:8-12, tj' f\ GDva^i? x v ?rc(oDpa)vi
Lk 10:16-21, i?' xod ?v
v, ?i? xov ?p9pov
xfj? XeixoDpyia?*
?f|x. xf? ?' x(fj?) a5 e?S. Max9a?oD,
SDv?pe
xod ?A,efjpovo(?)
iy' xod ?v
'A?ceJ;av5p(eia?)- Mt 5:14-20,
7t(ax)pi?px(oD)
xov
xod
(?vv)0D
npq. fip
op9pov Jn 10:1-9, ei? xf)v A,eixoDpy(iav)?i?
XpDGo(Gx?poD),
Jn
?y(ioi?)
<S>iXinnov ?f|x. KDp. a' x v vr|Gxei(
v)
v), ie' x v ?y. ?po?,oyr|x(
10:9-17, i8' x(od) ?y. ?7coax(o)?,(oD)
k. 'A?i?oD* ?f)x. Ga??ax.
?v8o(^)OD ?rcoGX?XoD Kai
i? xov AoD(K?),
i?-' x(od) ?yioD
ToDpia, Zapov?,
v
xod ?aDpaxoDp
Ga.
e
xov
?v
Max9a?oDMax9.,
npq. fip
?y(ioi?)
ei)a(yye^iax)0D
TpriyopioD
?f|x.
i?
xod ?p9p(0D)- ?fix. Gejrxe?pico
y(oD)- ?f)x. vo. a, Ka' f] ?v x va
??go8o? xfj? ?mepay?ac 0(?o)x(o)kod,
?y(ioi?)

7cp?. f]p(

Tf, kt|' x v ?yi


?y.

v) l
v l

(?vv)oD

v iepopapxp.

?7toGx(o)?t(oD)
?fjx. xfj S5 xfj? 8iaKaivr|G?p(oD);
December. 8' x(fj?) ?y. \iyX\ipoc,. Bap?ap(ac)-

?v8?(^)0D

XeixoDpy(iav)[387v-397v]
9eo(popoD

'P pri? (Kai) Il?xpoD


K?,fipevx(o?)
'AXe^avSp(eia?)?f|x. Ga. y' l
xov
xod
op9pov
?f|x. KDp.?' xod Max9.,
7tpoxoKA,f)xoD, ?i?
'AvSp?oD

7cp?. f]p(

v) Za?a

30, ?' xod ?v ?y(ioi?)

xod

f]yiaGp(?v)oD,

., ?,' xod
ei? xf)v

e' xod ?g?od


?fyx. xfj ?' x(fj?) ie' e?S. M?pK.,
xov
Mt
Lk
6:17-23, xfj? XeixoDpyi(a?)op9p(ov)ei?

Tcp?.fip( v) NiKoA.?oD ?p%(i)e7riGK07TOD


MDp

k.
11:27

(v) xfj?ADK?(a?), ei? x(?v) op9pov

^fjx. ei? x(f)v) e' xod ai)x(oD), xod op9p.,


?f|x. vo. iy' xod op9p., ei? x(f|v) ?,eixoDpy(iav)xod
Ga.
xov
?v
Aod(kS),
rcp?. fip( v) Z7iDpi8
vo? xod
?
?y. "Avvri?- ?f]x.
i?'
?y(ioi?)
v
k.
x
gdv
v
x
vo.
a\)x(
v) EDGxpaxioD
?y. p(a)p(x\)p
iy' x(fj?) XeixoDpy.,
iy'
?f|x.
xod Tcpocpfix(oD)- ^f]x. xfj e' x(fj?) ?
AoD(K?),
i? x v ?y. xpi( v) TiaiS( v) k. AavifjX

0' i] gdX?,t|\|/i?

xfj?

9aDpaxoDpy(oD)
)- ?f]x. Ga. i? xov
e?8. xod Aod(k?c),

k'

x(od) 0eocpop(oD)KDp. x v ?y.


?f|x. xfj rcapa. x(fj?) iy' e?S. xod AoD(K?),
?epopp. lyvax(?oD)
v*
xod
ia'
Aod(k&),
?yevvfjGe
7ip? x(fj?) X(piGxo)i)
?fjx. xfj Tcapa. x(fj?) i?'
aa??ax.
7tpo7cax?p
?fjx. KDp.
x
v
xod
Mt
?*
1:1-25, eDayy?X-ia
p v xfi? Tcapafiovfi?
AoD(K?),
KDp. 7tp? xfj? X(piGxo)D
e?S.
yevvfiGe
v
Xd.
Xd.
xo? 0d. f|jx
a'* ?f|x. KDp. rcp? x(fj?)
?, ?no Tov ?? Iv
?- ?p(a)
yevvf|Ge
xfj? ?yia?
yevvfiae
Xv etc.,
pa y'- Lk 2:1-20,
pa ?'p(a) 6'- ?fjx. xfj k?"' x(fj?) 0(eoxo)KOD,
?fix. xfj Ke' x(fj?) XeixoDpy.,
xod ?y.

?- ?f|x.
p(a) y', Ke' f] K(a)x(?) GapKa y?vvr|Gi?
xfi? ?capa|xov(f|?)
x(fi?) Xd. yevvfiae
ei? xf|v XeixoDpy.
xod Kd. k. 0D. k. Z( xf])p(o)? fjp( v) Id. Xd., ei? xov op9po(v)* Mt 1:18-25, xfj? XeixoDpyia?Mt 2:1-12,
xfj? DTcepayia? ?(eoxo)KOD- Mt 2:13-23, k? xov ?y. 7ip xopp. k. ?px(i)8iaK(ov)oD
k?' f] GDva^i?

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k0' x v
Ktf x v ?y. pp. SDGpDp?cov ?fjx. xfj y' x(fj?) 9' e?8. AoD(K?),
?f)x. KDp. iy' xod Max9.,
xov
?7iiG9ev
?,'
i'
a?.
v)ai)x(oD),
AoD(K?),
?y.
ei? x(f)v) k?
?fjx.
xfj? ?y. pp. 'AvDG?a?- ?fix. KDp.
Mt
Xd.
Xd.
?7iiG9ev
12:15-21, KDp. p(e)x(?)
x(f)v)
x(fiv)
y?vvr|Giv*
lyyi.
p(e)x(?)
y?vvr|G(iv)ei? x(fiv) k?
?xi ei p(fi) eiai Sdo KDp(iaKai)
Max9., o?. 7cp (sic) x v O x( v)- Mt 3:1-6, Iax?ov
p(e)x(a)^i)
x(fj?)
v
x
aKexai
O
a'
x(
v),
K(ai)
xfj
K(a)x(?)
?)
X(piGxo)i)
yevv(fiae
?vayiv
KDp(iaKfj) e?)a(yy?^iov)
Zxecp?voD*
vrj?ci(

Max9(a?ov) 'Avazcop?j<javT(cov)
r?vjuaycovK(ai) xfj ?XXr{ KDp(iaKfi) ei)a(yy?Xiov) K(a)x(?) M?pK(ov)
tov evayyeXiov 7(rjao)vX(pi<jor)v. Ei (8?) xdx(h) ?v aa??ax(ov) K(ai) p?a KDp(iaKfi) p(e)x(a)^i)
'ApXW
x v X(piaxo)D

x vO

aKexai

x? p(?v) aa??ax(ov),
p(e)
aa??ax(cp)
xcov
O
Mk 1:1-8;
x(?) xf]v X(piao)D
xfj (8?) KDp(iaKfj), npb x( v)
y?vvriaiv,
xod ?v ?y(ioi?)
v) Baai^ei
npq. ip(
[397v-404v] January: a' f] rcepixopfi xod Kd. fip v Id. Xd. k. pvfip(r|)
OD xod p(e)y(?)A,(0D)Lk 2:20-21.40-52,
npq. fip( v) ZiA?eaxpoD
7r?7i(a) eP p(r|?)- ?f\x.
?' xod ?v ?y(ioi?)
xod
i'
8' f] aDva
xfj e' x(fj?) 8iaK(i)v(r|aipoD),
?y. rcpoq>(f)xoD) MaX,a%ioD* ?f)x. xfj y' x(fj?)
y'
e?S. Max9.,
%i? x(

v) ?y.

(pa(vi

v)-

yevv(fiae

?) K(ai)

x(cov), ?vayiv

x v
x v ?y. 0eo
v)- ?f)x. xfj ?' x(fj?) SiaKv., eDayy??aa
?7coax?X(
p v xfi 7tap(apov)fi
pa a'- ?fjx. a?. rcp? x( v) cp x( v),
p(a) y'- ?f]x. KDp. npb x( v) cp x( v),
p(a) ?'- ?f)x. xfj ?

x( v) ?y. 9eocpa(vi v), xod op9p(oD),

p(a) 9'* x? ai)x(?) (8?) A?y(e)x(ai), K(ai) ei? x(f]v) X,?ix(oD)py(iav)

x v ?y.

xod Kd.
v) (marg. TiyoDV xfj rcapa(povfj)
9eocpa(vi
?arc?p(a?)- Lk 3:1-18, ?*' x? ?y. 9eocp?veia
Xd.
Mk
(8?) K(ai) ei? x(fiv) ?y. p'1:9-11, x(fj?) AeixoDpyi(a?)
X?yexai
fip( v) Id.
ei? x(?v) op9(pov),
k.
xod xipioD k. ?v8(o)i;oD
Mt 3:13-17, ? r\ aDva^i?
l
(?vvoD)- Jn 1:29-34,
?arcxiaxoi)
7ipo8p?p(oD)
v (sic) x v O xcov ?fjx. x aa??(a)x(co)
xod
no?/oeDKxoD*
0'
SiaK.,
r\ pe9?opx
x(fj?)
?y. pp.
?f|x. xfj ?'

x(fj?) i?' e?S., i' pe9?opxov ?fix. xfj xfj (sic)?' x(fj?) a' e?S., Kai xod ?v ?y(ioi?) Tpriyo(pioD) NDaari?- xfj
?no x? Kai
y' x(fj?) a' e?S. M(a)x9.,
x? O xa* Mt 4:12-17,
ia' pe9?opxo(v)

x? O x(a)- Mt 4:1-11, KDp. p(e)x(?)


r\KoXovOr?aav etc., a?. p(e)x(?)
x v O x( v)- ?iyc. xx\ 8' x(fj?) a' e?8. AoDK?, Kai xod ?a?oD npq.

fjp( v) ?eoSoaioD xod Koivo?iapx(oD)- ?f)x. ?ma9ev SiKe?p(icp) (sic) e' x(fj?) Xeixy., i?' pe9?opx(ov) x v
O x( v)- ?fix. xfj ?' x(fj?) a e?S. Aod(kS), iy' pe9?opx(ov) x v O x( v)- ?f|i. xf\ 8' x(fj?) ia e?S. Aod(kS),
ie' x v ?a?(cov) 7r(ax?)p v fip( v) IIaD?,(oD) x(od)
(v) ?y. 'A??(a)8(cov)?f|x. aa. ia' xod Aod(k?),
k.
aa.
l
ia'
x(od) AoD(K?),i?'
(?vvoD) x(od) KaX,D?ix(oD)f) 7ipoaKDvr|a(i?)
?ri?aioD
x(fj?) xipi(a?)
?f|x.
??,Dae(
?) xod ?y. ?7coaxo^(oD)
n?xpoD* ?f]x. ? 9. ia', i?' x(od) oa(ioD) npq. Tjp v 'Avx vioD xod p(e)
i8' x

y(?)X(ov)' ?tix. ?7ii9(ev) 8k. e' xod ?p9p(0D), x(fj?) (8?) ?,?ix(oDp)y(ia?) ?fjx. ei? x(?v) op9p(ov), K(ai) x(od)
v fip( v) 'A9avaaioD
k. Ki)piA,?,(oD)
iif x v ?v ?y(ioi?)
7i(ax?)p
k.
v
xod
xod
?a?oD
k'
i?',
'AXe^avSp(eia?)vo(ep?pico)
9eocp?p(oD) npq. f\p
?fjx. ?ma9(ev)
Ed9dp(?od)
xov
xod
vo.
8k., Ka' x(od) ?a?oD npq. f]p( v) Mac?ipoD
?,
?f)x. xfj i?
opoXoy(f])x(oD)C?fc.
\i(E)y(?)X(ovy
v
k.
xod
x
xod
'AvaaxaaioD*
7i?vx
v,
?7ioaxo?,(oD)
KDp.
?y. ?a(io)pp.
?y(?cov)
?y.
?fjx.
K?'
Tipo9(?oD)
xod
xod
eP
a?.
a'
?v
Ke'
7i?7i(a)
7ip?.
?y. iepopp. KAfipevx(o?)
(pr|?)- ??fix.
x(fj?) vnaxei(a?),
Ky'
?y(ioi?)
?p9p(0D)

?f]x. x(fj?) ?,?ix(oDp)y(ia?),

K vax(a)vx(ivoD)7coX((?
?) xod 0?O?,o(yoD)?px(i)e^iaK(?7C0D)
^f)x. iy' vo(?p)?p.
xod
xod
?v ?y(ioi?)
7cp?. f]p v l
(avvoD) xod XpDaoaxo
fi ?7r?vo8(o?)
^?i\|/?voD
xod ?y. ??popp. lyvax?oD
xod ?-?i\|/av(oD)
xod ??Ocpop(oD)
k0' f] ?7i?vo8(o?)
P(od)- ?fjx. iy' vo(?p?)p.,
k.
x
v
l
X,a'
v) KDpoD
(?vvoD)- ?f|x. xfj a'
?y. papx(Dp
?f|x. xfj 7iapa. x(fj?) iy' e?8. x(od) Aod(k?),
v) rpriyo(pioD)
?p9p. k. X,?ixy., k?'
fip(

vo(?p?pioD);
February: a xov ?y. pp. TpDcp vo?- ??f\x.a?. i' AoDK?, ?' f\ D7ra7i;?vxr| xod Kd.
Lk 2:22-40, y' xod ?y.
xfj? X,?ixoDpyia?xf])p(o)? fip( v) Id. Xd., xod op9poD* Lk 2:25-32,
xod
xod
0?o8
ai)xoD, y'
poD xod Zxpaxt|?,?xoD?y. p?ya?,opp.
0?o8oxod^fjx. ?i? x?? ?'
xod
ia' xod
NiKT|(p?poD- ?fix. xfj y' x(fj?) i?' e?8. AoD(K?),
tj'
?y. p?yaXopp.
y' e?8. Max9.,
BXaaioDpoD xod Tf|p v(o?)- ?f|x. a?. i? Aod(k&),
?f|x. vo. a', x? xov ?y. p?y?,pp. 0?o8
[404v-407r]

k. Z(
v) xod
ZDp?(
^f|x. xfj 8' x(fj?)

k. ?d

?y.
k8'

??popapx.
i\ ?Dpr|ai?

x(fj?) xipi(a?) K?(pa(Xfj?)xod IlpoSpopoD, ??? x(?v) op9pov ?fvx. xfj ?' x(fj?) y' e?8. Aod(k&), ?i? x(fiv)
X?ixy.* ?f|x. xfj ?' x(fj?) 8' e?S.Mx9.;
*

v x v ?v x
?f]x. xfj 8' xfj? 9' e?S. Mx9., 0' x v ?y.
p?x papxDp
'Appopi
v
x
?v
v)* ?fix. xfj 8' x(fj?) 0' e?8.
xfj noX(r\) papxDpr|aavx(
Z??aax?iax?aaapaK0vx(a)
p?yaXpapxp.
?
Ke'
Mx9.,
0(?o)x(o)kod,
x(fj?) DK(?p)ay(ia?)
?i? x(?v) ?p9(pov)Cfyx. ?7cia9?v a?7ix?p
?i)ayy?^iap(??)
vo.
xod
xod ?px(oc)yy??,OD
?a?oD l
(?vvoD) xfj? KXipaKo?if, V
ra?pifiX*
^fjx.
?pico T|', K?y f] aDva^i?
e'
f)x. 8iK??p.
x(fj?) XeixoDpy.;
[407r-v] March: ?'

x v ?y.

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[407v-^W9v]
April: a x(fj?) oai(a?) Mapi(a?)

x(fj?)AiyD7ixi(a?)-Jn 8:3-11, K?' xod ?v ?y(ioi?) 0?o8(

)p(oD)

xod Zik??x(od)T? py(ioD), ??? x?


?r|x. vo. iy' xfj? ^?ixoDpy(ia?),
Ky' xod ?y. k. ?vSo^oD p?ya?,op?pxp.
k. ?Dayye?,iaxoD
op9pov Lk 21:12-19,
??? xr\v ?,?ixoDpy.- Jn 15:17-16:2, Ke' xod ?y. ?7coaxo^(oD)
M?p
vo.
xod
a'
k(od)- ?f|x. if
x(fj?) XEixy.; [409v-410r] May:
?y. 7cpocpfix(oD) lepepioD?fix. xfj rcapa. x(fj?)
?' x v ?v ?y(ioi?)

a' e?S. AoD(K?),

7r(ax?)p v ip v 'A9avaaioD
k. ei)ayye?,iaxoD
l
(avvoD)
GEnx., Ka' x v ?y. ?aaiXi(cov)

S?^od TcaveDcpfjpoD ?rcoax(o)?,(oD)


ia', x(fj?) XeixoDpy(ia?)ly\x. k?
k. 'E5i?v(r|?)- ?f|x. vo. iy', Ke' f] xpix(r|)

eDpeai?

x(fj?) xipi(a?)

k. KDpi?AoD?f]x. vo. i?', rf xod ?y. ?v


xod ?eo^(oyoD),
xod op9p(oD)- ?f|x. ? 9.
k. iaa7ioax(?)X(cov)
K vax(av)x(ivoD)
xod Ilpo8p?p(oD),

Kecpa(Xfj?)

xod op9p(oD)

?f)x. xfj e' x(fj?) y' e?S. AoD(K?), x(fj?) ?eixoDpy.- ?iyc. xfj ?' x(fj?) 8' e?8. Mx9.;
[410r-415v]June:?' xod ?v ?y(ioi?) npq. f)p( v) NiKt|(p?poDK vaxavxivoDTroX(e ?)* ?fix. vo. ?\

tf xod

poD xod Zxpaxrj??xoD?y. peyXpp.


?fjx. ?ma9ev
?np. Ky' xod op9p(oD), 0' xod ?v ?y(ioi?)
Kupi
v
vo.
x
k. Bapva?(a)ia'
XX(ov) 'AXe^avSp(eia?)v) Bap9o?,op(aioD)
i?',
?y. ?7toaxo?,(
?f]
?f)x. vo. r\
xov op9p(oD),
i8' xod ?y. 7cpo(pf|x(oD) 'EXiaaaioD10' xod ?y. ?rcoa
?f|x. xfj napa.
x(fj?) a' e?8. AoD(K?),
xod xipioD ?v?o^oD 7ipoq>f|x(oD), rcpo
xod Kd.-Jn
14:21-24, k8' x? yev?0?uov
xbX(ov)
'IoD?(a) ??e?cpoD
?eoS

k. ?arcxiaxoD
l
Lk 1-25.57
(?vvoD), xod op9poD* Lk 1:24-25.57-68.76.80,
ei? xfjv XeixoDpyeiav
v
v
x
v
k.
vo.
x
v
v
k.
l
K0'
a',
68.76.80, Ktf
v)
(?vvoD)- ?fjx.
?yi
KDpoD
?yi
?vapyDp
7iaveD(pfip(
v) Il?xpoD k. I?aD?,(oD), xod ?p0poD- ?tjt. ia' eDayy?Xiov
x( v) ?y. Jla9 v, x(fj?) ?eixoDpy.
?7toaxo(?,
Mt 16:13-19, X x v ?y. k. 7taveD(pfip(
v) ?7ioax??,(
v) x v S ?eKa* ?f|x. xfj ?' x(fj?) y' e?8. Mx9.;
x
v
v
k. AapiavoD*
a
v) ?vapyDp
?y. ?vSo^(
Koap(?)
Cy\x. vo. a', x? Kaxa9?aia
x(fj?)
[415v-416r] July:
8pop(oD)

Tf, rf xov ?y. [iyX\xp. IlpoK07r(ioD)? vri?- ?fjx. ae7txe?pico


?f)x. a?. ?. Mx9.', ia' xfj? ?y. py?,pp.
v
x
k. loDXf)xxr|?8'
ie'
AoD(K?),
xfj
papxp.
e?8.
ED(pr|pi(a?)?' xfj?
Ktpdk(od)
?f]x.
?y.
?f]x. a?. i?
v
x
v
vo.
?v
x( v)
AoD(K?),
?y. 7c(ax?)p
x(a??) aDvo?(oi?)*
i?', i? x(fj?) ?y. \xyX\ip. Maptv(ri?)
?fix.
i?'
xipi(a?)

?f|x. xfj ?' x(fj?) ie' e?8 xod M9.,

k' xod ?y.

xfj? ?y. k. iaa7ioax(o)?,(oD) Mapi(a?)


"Avvri?

x(fj?) p(r|x)p(?)?

7cpocpf|x(oD) HXiod*

x(fj?) a' e?8. AoD(K?),

?tix. xfj napa.

K?'

xfj?MayoaX,r|v(fjc)- ?fjx. xfj y' x(fj?) 8' e?S. AoD(K?), Ke' xfj? ?y.
?f)x. a?. ?

x(fj?) ?(eox?)KOD*

AoD(K?),

k?' xod ?y.

py?,papxp.

I?avxe?,ef|povo?

ly\x. ?npiXX.

Ky' xfj? ?eixoDpyi(a?);


xod XEiy?vov
[416r-421r] August: a x v ?y. MaKKa?ai(cov)?f|x. xfj 8' x(fj?) y' e?8., ?' r\ ?vaKopi?(fi)
Max9.,
x(od) ?y. 7ipox(o)pp.
ai? x(od) Kd. k.
(sic) Zxecp?(v)oD* ?fjx. xvp. iy'
?' fi cppiKxf) p(e)x(a)popcp
?d. k. Z( xf|)p(o)? fip( v) Id. Xd.- Lk 9:28-36, ei? xr\v XeixoDpyiav
Mt 17:1-9, ? xov ?y. pp. AopexioD,
xod ?y. ?7coax?A,(oD) Max0a?aMk 8:34.35,10:29-31,0'
pe9?opxov
?y\x. vo. v\ xfj? XeixoDpyi(a?),
iy' xod
?a?oD

v) Ma^ipoD

7Cp?. fip(

?fjx. aercxe?p.

xod opoXoyrixoDx? k. XeixoDpyi(a?),

if ?p9(poD)
x v ?y.

57,10:22-24,13:22,
uf
?a??aioD?7ioaxo?,(oD)

ie' fi Koiprjai?
?f)x. vo. ?\
i?-' r\ ?^?Seari? ?vaKopiS(fi)

?(eox?)KOD
x(fj?) Drcepayi(a?)
xod ?y. pav?(D?,ioD)Lk 9:51?
Ka' xod ?y.
x(fj?) ? e?8. Aod(kS),

k. AaDpoD* ?fjx. xfj rcapa.


iy' e?o. xod M9., Ke' x v ?y. ?7coax?^(

pp. OA,op(oD)

?ifc. xfj y' x(fj?)


vo.
K0'
f] ?Tcoxop(f)) xod xipioD ?vSo^oD 7ipo(pf)x(oD) 7cpo8pop(oD)
i?',
?f)x.
x?v
Mk 6:14-30,
op0pov ^f|x. xfj y' x(fj?) ? e?8. Mx9', ei? x(fjv) XeixoDpy(iav)ei?
ae7cxe.
Xa' x? Kaxa9?aia
ri' xfj? ?,eixoDpy(ia?);
x(fj?) xipi(a?)
? vri?- ?f|x.

TixoD-

[421r?v] Gospel
Kaiviav
vaoD,

readings

for various

occasions,

with

cross-references

to

readings

v), ei? axfjpa

v) Bap9o?,opaioD
(Kai)
k. ?anxiaxoD
'Ico(?vvoD),
Lk 3:19-23,
X9 pe9?opxov

elsewhere

in the book:

?i? ?a9?V0Daav,

ei? ?y
??? koi

ei? axfjpa
povax(
povax(fj?),
ei? ?a9?V0Dvxa?,
k. ?7riv?Kia ?aaiA,(ecov),
??? a?iap?v,
pr|9?vxa?,
??? ?prcpriapov,
??? avop?piav
?i? ?7ri8popfiv ?9v v,
xcDv
?7i???Daiv
7c?aav
?ni
v, ?i?
aapaKTjv
v), ?ici ?i;opo?,(o)yoD
a?xr|aiv;
???
(sic) ?^opo?(o)yoDp(?)v(
v, endnote: x?Xoq (Kai) x @(?)
v) yDvaiK
p(?)v(
%?piq;
'Ex?5i?i 9r| x? 7tap?v 9?iov (Kai) ??p?v ayiov
8i?
[422r] {Clark, pi. lxxii} scribal colophon.
?i)ayy??iiov
xa7C?ivoD
xod
xod
emaK?rcoD
AoDK?
?v
(Kai) ?DX??oi)?
X?ip?? ?poD
M?cod^eod
KD7tpioD
fjp?pai? XOD
?Da???axaxoD

ai)9?vx??

fip

v l

(avvoD) Mr|xaf|X

?o??ov8(a),

?x?i ?rc? xfj? ?vaapKOD

iv(8iKxi )vo? ?, \ir\vi ioDvi


K(Dpio)D f^p v l(T]ao)D X(piaxo)D acpQS10
kovx??
Blank

?DX?a9?
Pages:

poi

8i?

o?KOvopia?

6\ fip?p(a) yn. + Oi ?vayiv

xov K(Dpio)v.

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xod

and Punctuation:

Diacritics
iota

omitted.

usually

Occasional

the characteristic

Script:

Ink: very dark brown.

rounded

diaereseis

archaizing
-

Titles,

breathings
over

calligraphy

marks,
D.

Kai

small circumflexes.
often

of Luke of Buz?u,

initials letters, and punctuation

? Commas

and high points.

? Mute

abbreviated.

on which

see Zoumbouli,

in gold over magenta

marks

Luc de Bu^au, 68?72.


(or occasionally,

in

plain magenta).
folded

Paper:
1006.

infolio-, chaindistance

Ruling:
hardpoint;
interlinear distance

pattern
12 mm.

31 mm; watermarks

and countermarks

and sytem unclear ? 21 lines per page

very similar to Mare?,

in two columns;

justification

Filigranele,

no.

ca.[247 x 145 mm];

Quires: 7 (fol. 7), 10 x 8 (87), 7 (94), 2x8 (110), 7 (117), 17x8 (253), 7 (260), 8 (268), 9 (277), 4x8 (309), 7
(316), 5x8 (356), 7 (363), 8 (371), 2 (373), 3x8 (397), 1 (398), 4 (402), 2x8 (418), 4 (422), 3 (425).
Quire

Signatures:

(fols. 398r-399r,

scribal, in dark brown

Im1 (fols. 372r-419r),

va and v? repeated

twice

402r-403r).

in pencil, done by D. Miner

Foliation:

ink Im2 (fols. 9r-371v),

inAugust

1976, Se, continuous

older, in blue ink, Se, fols. 1 (=8), 63 (= 68).

inMay 1935; patterned red silk over squared wooden


ex.; pasted down by Liz Bentzel
now
traces
of
six raised bands;
lost metal attachments
and clasps; pastedowns
of yellow silk;
boards,
to
no.
with
watermarks
and
countermarks
identical
Heawood,
2222;
paper flyleaves
(fols-7, 423?25)
edges tooled
"Previous
with ornamental patterns and gilt: no secondary trimming. ? [Notes by C. Clarkson]:
(original) sewing
- "The extant
at 46,110,176,
240, 303, 366, and 395 mm (110 coincides with a present station)."
pattern of the
one
text block survives (probably just over
half)."
edges' tooling suggests that only part of the
Binding:

original,
spine with

s.XVI

in pencil, in amixture of Greek and Cyrillic characters, in the lower margins of fols. [49r] co cAeniimi,
6ecHOMT>, [lOOr] a poccAaGeirbHOMb, [lOlv, 102r]
i, [108r] conATH
[50r] co cAenmi, [74r] HeAeAia Bcex^, [93r]
co
co
ca
tocaocOtc
niaTe
tb,
TbicAH^, [108r]
[front pastedown]
[112v]
IleTpe KocpocG,[114r] illegible, [123r]
two seated men and the initials "LG" - [lv, supra] in pencil: "H.VII.2"
(oldWalters
lithographed bookplate with
[lr, supra] in pencil: "W.535 (de R. 13)."
shelfmark)

Marks:

Provenance:
Kerameus

in the sacristy of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem


from Gruel, Paris.
in 1896) - purchased by H. Walters

(seen there by A. Papadopoulos

References:

A. PapadopouloS-Kerameus,
Hierosolymitik? vivlioth?k? h?toi katalogos t?n en tais vivlioth?kais tou hagi?tatou apostolikou te
kai katholikou orthodoxou patriarchikou thronou t?nHierosolymon kaipas?s Palaistin?s apokeimen?n hell?nik?n
k?dik?n (St.-Petersburg,
1897; repr. Brussels,
1963), 111:199f., cat. 4.
C. R. Gregory,
Textkritik desNeuen Testaments (Leipzig, 1909), 1:460, cat. 1029.
K. W. Clark, A Descriptive Catalogue ofGreek New TestamentManuscripts inAmerica (Chicago, 1937), 367?71, with pi. lxxii.
inHomage to a Bookman: Essays onManuscripts, Books and Printing Written
D. Miner,
"More about Medieval Pouncing,"
onHis 60th Birthday, Oct. 12, 1967, ed. H. Lehmann-Haupt
P.
Kraus
Hans
(Berlin, 1967), 87-107,
for
esp.

G. Vikan,

101-6.

Production
after
(A.D. 1594) and the Revival of Deluxe Greek Manuscript
in The Byzantine Tradition after theFall ofConstantinople, ed. J. J. Yiannis
= G.
Vikan, "To eDayyeAaoxapio
xt?? 7tivaKo9i|Kr|? Walters W.535
(1594
1991), 181-268
(Charlottesville,
p.X.) Kai f] ava?icoGri xfj? 7Eapaycoyf|? ?AArjviKcov noXvxEX&v %eipoyp?(pcov pex? xr\v "AtaoGri," in eH
ed. J. J. Yiannis
napa?oG?] juera ttjv "Aacoct?j ttj? Kcov(JTavTivov7ro?7j?,
?vCavnvr)
(Athens, 1994), 227
"Walters Lectionary W.535
the Fall of Constantinople,"

[the illustrations in the Greek version are of better quality].


"Le synth?se slavo-byzantine
dans lemanuscrits
A. Dzurova,
grecs dits de "grande luxe," cr??s en Valachie
aux XVIe-XVIIe
Moldavie
si?cles," in The Greek Script in the 15th and 16th Centuries (Athens, 2000),
322

499-521.

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et en

ARCHIERATIKON

W.536

(PONTIFICAL)

x 135 mm,
Paper, 111 folios, 193
or Greece
(fol. Ill)
Illustrations:

ca. 1597-99, Moscow

and seventeenth

(fols. 1-110),

fig. 64} St. Gregory Pope ofRome: b ?y?oq

[72v] {Gratziou,

century, Russia, Romania,

(148 x 79, incl. frame).

rprjyop?o?

x 68), Initial O; [74r] {ibid.,


[30r] {Gratziou,
fig. 15} Headpiece with Birds
fig. 13} Headpiece (frame: 55
x
at
most
the
37
ornamented
initial
letters
prayers.
(frame:
68); [passim]
beginning of

Ornament:

lost, inc. x v Gei v Zoi) pi)Gxr|


[lr?29r] Presbyterial Prayersfrom theLiturgy of St. John Chrysostom, beginning
etc. {52p}, Evxv ?vTi?
v
etc.
?
EvXbyr\GOV etc.,
?pxiepev?
Ei)A,oyr|p?vr|
pi
{Goar, 51i}, ? ?wkovo?
vov a' {52f.7c-p}, Evxrj ?vn??vov?'
y' {53u}, Evxrj ttj? eiao?ov
{53a}, Evxrj ?vn??vov
{54A}, Evxrj

Text:

rod Tpiaay(?ov) vpvov {55G}, Evxrj tov ei)a(yye?i)ov


Evxrj

KccTTjxovp?vcov

kigt?v

{56f.S}, Evx(rj)

a', just?

{74}, Evx(rj) t(tj?) ?ktsvovc


t? ?K?

{57f.X}, Ei)x(rj) tov xepov?iKOV' ? ?pxiepev? ?nevxeTai


?n?deaiv
pev

KaX

{59E},
'EK(p?(vTj<ji?) {60E},
? ?pxiepev?
? etc. {60E-H},

? ?pxiepev?

9rjvai

t? ei?rjT?v

?Keaia? {56R},

{57T}, Evxrj

tcigt?v?'

{58A}, Evxrj jueT? ttjv t?v Oei(cov)??pcov

Tt?ai, ? ?wkovo?etc., T?? Qvpaq etc., Zx


Aya7iT)Gcopev
fH
"Av
ax pev etc., Ei)%apiaxT)G
pev etc.
?K?cover
%?pi? etc.,
etc.
? ?pxiepev?
yiEx?
xoincov etc.
5/A^iov
{60f.?},
?nevxeTav

Eipfivrj

K?iva? ?nevxeTav
etc. {61A}, ? ?pxiepev?
etc. {61f.A}, ? ?pxiepev?
K(ai)
?
?nevxeTav
opoi
Mepvrip?voi
{61I-K},
K?iva?
etc.
Kai
ta
"Exi
7roir|Gov etc.,
?y(ia)
a?payi?ei
Tpi?
??pa, ??y(cov) Kai
?nevxeTav
{62M},
?viGT?pevo?
etc. {ibid.},
etc. {62N}, ? ?pxiepev?
To ?? etc., Mexa?aA-cbv
'?Igxe yev?aoai
K?ivoju(ev)o(?J
?nevxeT(ai)
? ?wkovo?
r? 8?KTVXCL t?v KeKoijuTjju?vcov, ? ?? ?pxiepe(i)?)
K?ivop,(ev)o(?)
?nevxe(Tai)Tov
?yioi)
{60?},

v ai)xoi)
etc. {-63P-I},
incl. pvf)o0r}xr|, K(\)pi)e,
K(ai) x v yevvrixop
lepoQ?oi)
iepopova%oi)
?
t?v
?v?rcaDGov
r?
?
??
etc.,
K(ai)
?wkovo?
?inTVxoc
ai)xoi)?
??vtcov,
?pxiepev?
K?iva? ?nevxeT(ai)
? ?pxiepev?
Zoi etc. {64X}, ? ?p
Mvfia9r|ixi,
K(i)pi)e,
xfj? 7co?,e ? etc. {63T-0},
?nevxeTai
pvoTiK(??)
etc. {65^}, ? ?pxiepev?
xiepev?
K?i(va?)
?i?evxeT(ai)-Ev%apiGXov\iEv
K?i(va?)
?nevxeTav
WpbGyjiq
etc. {ibid.}, Evxrj ttj? ?yia? peTa?rj(y/eco?)
Z aov ?
{67rr}, ? ?wkovo?-MEx?
cpo?oD etc., ? ?pxiepev?gv
etc.
"Oxi
etc., ? ?wkovo(?)'OpGoi etc., ? ?pxiepev?{67oo-tt}, Evxrj on'ioOap?covoc
0(e?)?
?Kcpco
'I avvoi)

tov iep?co? {68tt}, Evxrj ?v t? GVGTe??ai


Ta ?y(ia)
vovp?vrj nap?
{68yy}; [30r-71r] Presbyterial Prayers from
xov pey??oi)
theLiturgy of St. Basil: AeixoDpyia
BaaiXeioi)? ?wkovo?
? {135e-f},
Ev%i\ xfj? 7ipo0?(ae)
etc.
?
??arcoxa,
Ei)?,o(yr|GOv),
{135-136
np?TOv
1-m},
iepev?'EvXoyv[[iEvr[
{135g-h}, Evxrj ?vn??vov
tov
ttj? e?ao?ov
Evxrj ?vn??vov
?' {136o-p}, Evxrj ?vn??vov
y' {136r-t}, Evxv
Evx(rj)
{136-137u},
Tpia?yiov

vpvov

{137x-y},

Evxrj

tov ?yiov

evayye?iov

Evxrj KaTTjxovpi?vcov,np? ttj? ?yia? ?va?op??


ei?TjT?v

{1386}, Evxrj

nicTTOv?'

{138f.p-v},

{74}, Evxrj

ttj? ?KTevov?

?Kecria?

{137?-y},

{138e}, Evx(rj) niOT?v a\ jueT(?) t? ?n?codrjvai t?

Evxrj

tov xepov?iKov

{139tc-A},

Evx(rj)

jueT? ttjv t?v

Oei(cov) ??p(cov) ?noOemv {140E}, 'Ek??(vtjcti?) {60F}, Eipf|vr| rc?aiv, ? ?wkovo?- Aya7rf|a pev etc.,
? ?wkovo?-Zx
? ?pxiepev?-'H
t? Uigxevco,
pev KaAxo? etc. {140f.F-H},
T?? Qvpaq etc., ? ?ao?
%?piq
etc.
v etc.
?
"Av
etc.,
a% pev etc., Ei)%apiaxfia
pev
{141K},
?pxiepev?
K?iv(a?)
?nevxeT(ai)'0
xoi)x v etc. {142N}, juvcttik??? ?pxiepev?
Mex?
? K(ai) etc.
K?iva? ?nevxeT(ai){141L-M},
opoi
etc.
?
?
Ai?
{143T},
{143Q},
?nevxeT(ai)-Tovxo
?pxiepev?
K?iv(a?)
?nevxeT(ai)?pxiepev?
K?iv(a?)
xoOxo etc. {144T}, K(ai)
? ?pxiepe(i)?)
{144x-y},
t?v

t(v)x(oc)

T?v p?v etc., T? ?? etc., T? eK%D0?v etc.


Ta ?in
ttjv Ke???(rjv)
K?iva?
?nevxeT(ai)
cHp?? ?? etc. {144y}, ? ?wko(vo?)
etc.
I avvoi)
incl. pvt|G6r|xrj, K(\)pi)e,
{145f.A-E},
KeKOijJL(rjii?)v((?v), To\) ?yioi)
lepo??oi)
?
Ta
t?v
etc.,
K(ai) x v yevvrjx?pcov a?)xoi) K(ai) ?vaTcaDGov
ai)xoi)?
?wkovo?
??ktvxoc
a?payi?ei

Ta ?y(ia)

??pa,

??y(cov)

iepopov?xoi)
? ?pxiepev?
K(i)pi)e,
?jtevxeTavMvf|G0r|xi,
Tr?ari? etc. {147Z}, ? ?pxiepev?
K?iva?
etc.
fO0(e?)?
? ?ao?
t? n(ax)ep
T(ai)
{147EI-K},
fip v ? ev x(o??), c/Oxi god etc., ? ?wkovo?
etc. ? ?pxiepev?
etc. {148N}, ? ?pxiepev?
A?arcoxa
yaX?q
?TtevxeT(ai)?nevxeTavWpbGXEq
??vtcov,

Evxrj ttj? ?yia?peTa?rj(y/eco?)


GVGTe??ai
p?v

Ta ?y(ia)

{1490-Q};

? ?wkovo?-Ei)?,oyr|Gov

?nevxe
T?? Ke
etc. {ibid.},

{148f.I-T}, Evx(rj) omaOap?cuvoc ?K(pc?vovp(?v)rj{149Y}, Evx(rj) ?v t?


[74r-89v] Presbyterial Prayers from theUturgy of thePresanctified: T v 7Cpor|yiaG
etc. {162c}, Evxrj ?vncp?vov
a' {163i, g}, Evxrj
etc., o iepev?Ei)?oyrip?vr|

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?vn??vov

?'

{163m, k}, Evx(rj)

?vn??vov

Evx(rj)

?KTev(ov?)
?Keaia?
{164y-?},
t?v
t?
npo?
ayio(v)
vn?p
(sic)

y' {163-164q,

KaTrjxovp?vcov

??napa

niaT?v a' {166i-k}, Evxrj niaT?v?'

ttj? eicr??ov
{164x}, Evxrj ttj?
"Ogoi etc. {165r|}, Evx(rj)
? ?wkovo?"Ogoi etc. {ibid.}, Evxrj

163o}, Evx(rj)
? ?wkovo?

{165e},

evTpeni?op(?v)rj

{1658},

{166?-p}, Evx(fj) xepov?iKOV ov ??yeT(ai) ? ?wk(ovo?)

{166^},

jueT? ttjv t?v Oei(cov) ??p(cov) ?n?Oea(iv)


{166-167o,
tt}, ? ?ao?- Il(?x)ep
fip( v), c'Oxi god etc.
etc. {167x-o},
O 0(e?)?
? ?pxiepev?
{167p}, Eipfivri ti?cgiv, ? ?pxiepev?
K?iv(a?)
?nevxeT(ai)?nevxe
etc.
etc. {168\|/}, Evxrj
?
?
?wkovo?
T(ai)YlpbG%Eq
{167f.(p},
np?G%copev,
?pxiepev?-T?
rcporiyiaGp?va

Evxrj

ttj? ?yia? peTa?(rjy/eco?) {ibid.},Evxrj oniaOap?covoc ?K?covovp(?v)rj {168A}, Evxrj ?eyop?(v)rj ?v t?


?wkovik? {168r}; [90r-107v] OrdinationRites-.[90r-91r] T??i? yivop?v(rj) ?ni xeipoT(o)v(ia) ?vayv?amv
Kai

y/??TOV

{194-195f},

etc. {194a-d},

Tlpoaay?juevo?
des. n?rjQvvTiK??,

etc. {194e}, Kai ?i?o(v)T(ai)


etc.
a?T?
ovtco?- K(Dpi)e
Tov
?ni
vno?wKOvov
yivop(?v)rj
xeipoTOvia
?pxiep?co?

evxeTai

[91r-93r] T??i?
?i?coaiv
etc., Eha
ovtco?- K(Dpi)e
?wkovov
?ni
yivop(?v)rj
xeipoTOvia

Kai vinTeT(ai),
t? ?pxiepe?
t? etc. {203}; [93r
??y(cov)
MeT?
cH
0eia
t?
t?
etc.,
etc., Kai ev?v?
evxeTai
ovtco?97v] T?t;i?
Tama
Kai
?
Ta
?wKOviK?
etc.,
??,?(r|Gov) etc., evxeTai
ovtco?- K(Dpi)e
?enTTj Tfj ?co
K(Dpi)e
?wko(vo?)
etc., Kai peT?
evxeTai
ovtco?- K(Dpi)e
vfj- 'Ev eiprivr) etc., V ?pxiepev?
?xcov ttjv xeipa
?niKeipi?v(rjv)
vev
?ni xeipoTOvia
t? ?prjv etc. {208f.}; [97v-102v] Ta?i? yivofi(?v)rj
MeT?
t? ctc.,?K?
npea?vT(e)p(ov)CH0eia etc., Kai ??yovai
?
t? K(Dpi)e
?
?
v,
?A,?r|Gov etc.,
K(Dpi)e
?pxiepev?
?nevxeTav
0(e?)?
fip
t?v iep?(cov) ??yei
Ta ?wKoviK?
TavTa, ?enTfj ?covfj- 'Ev eipfivrj etc., O ??
etc., O ?? np?To?
?vap%o?
etc., evxeTai

cO0(e?)?
t? ?prjv etc. {242f.};
etc., Kai peT?
evxeTai
ovt(co?)?niKeip?vrjv
?ni
etc.,
ttjv
?niaK(o)nov
MeT(?)
evxeTai
ovt(co?)- A?Grcoxa etc.,
xeipoTOvia
[103r-107v] Ta?i? yivop?vrj
TamaV
'Ev
??
?ni
Eha
ei t?v ?pxiep?cov
??yei ?enTTj ?covfj
eipfivn etc.,
?pxiepev?
?xcov ttjv xeipa
etc., Kai
evxeTai
ovt(co?)K(i)pi)e
fieT? t? ?prjvztc.
{249-251};
Keip(?vrjv)
[108r-lllv]
Prayer ofAbsolution:
?xcov

?pxiepev?

Evxrj

ttjv xeipa

'I(t|go)d

avyxo)piTiKTj-K(vpi)E

X(piGx)?

? 0(e?)?

fip

v, ia? K(ai)

?,oye

xod 0(eo)D

xod ^ vxo?

etc.

{536f.}.
the final parts of prayers,

Apparatus:
Blank

or rarely,
rare: usually

for Kai,

with

?K??(vrjai?).

silk to protect

the miniature

on 72v).

a double curve. ? Mute iota subscribed


breathing marks, circumflexes with
?
over i and D mostly
for disassociation.
Commas
and periods. ? Abbreviations
??, and at the end of a line, for common endings.

and Punctuation:
omitted. ? Diaeresis

Diacritics

are marked

(interior of the leaf cut out and filled with

29v, 71 v, 72r, 73r?v

Pages:

to be said in a loud voice,

rounded

of Myra (fl. 1596-1624),


the typical Sch?rklerschrift (Gratziou,
{Politis,
99f.) of Matthaios
figs. 15-16}:
- Fols, lllr-v:
43-63.
Luc
with
de
another
Zoumbouli,
155?,
hand, archaizing
Bu^au, 93-103;
figs.
liturgical script like that of Luke of Buz?u (cf. above, under "W.535").

Script
which:

Ink: very dark brown; titles and rubrics in gold over orange

on

ink.

no. 568, chaindistance


28 mm ? fols.
very similar to Briquet,
Paper: folded in quarto-, fols. 1?29: watermarks
?
no. 9665; chaindistance
27 mm
fol. Ill: paper noticeably
30?110: watermarks
generally similar to Briquet,
with

smoother,

no watermark

none visible;

Ruling:

or

chains

14 lines/page;

visible.

justification

ca. [123 x 67 mm] - Fol. Ulr:

17 lines, justification ca. [132 x 85 mm].

Quires: 6 (fol. 6), 1 (7), 2x8 (23), 2 x 1 (25), 4 (29), 5x8 (69), 1 (70), 6 + 2 (78: fols. 72-73 conjoint), 10 (88),
6(94), 10 (104), 6(110), 1 (111).
Quire

Signatures:
in pencil,

Foliation:
Binding:
pattern.
from

modern,

none.
probably

by D. Miner,

Se: continous.

paper; leaves evidently not trimmed, edges gilt and tooled with a floral
and 193 mm
"Previous
(original) sewing: piercings appear at 18, 50,151,175,

of thick acid-free

[Note by C. Clarkson]:

head."

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[21r, 58r] the name IepoO?o?


ink, a single hand s.XVII-XVIII:

Marks:
black
margin]

pova%OD-

lepepioD

Provenance:

by

acquired

'A??p,

iswritten

over an erasure, most

probably

not by the original

scribe -

pova%fj?, ?px?vxr|Ga,
[21r] {Politis, fig. 16} 'AvaGxaGia?
[lllr, above the page's first line (god, ercaKODGOv poD etc.): P

in

[29r, lower
?apri?.

H.Walters.

see Gratziou,
21 and 149. ? I consider the miniature
[72v] contemporary with the text's copying. It is
to
icons of ca. 1600 (Turner, ed. Diet, of
was
Moscow
is
close
in
since
its
it
that
added
Lviv,
very
style
unlikely
inMoscow
Art, 29:779, with bibl.). Cf. esp. the icons commissioned
(Vocoto
by Bishop Arsenius of Elasson
Dating:

POULOS,AXAE

167-70, with

16 (1991/92),

further bibliogr.).

on author
and early Russian manuscripts:
portraits before the text of the liturgies in Byzantine
Iconography:
are
the
Greek
A.
269-1
Additional
Smirnova, Rukopisi,
Erlangen, Univ.
Euchologia
examples (excl. liturgical rolls)
ms
a.
249:
1025
Lib.
(Rom undBy^amc Schat^kammerst?cke, 202; Lutze, Bilderhandschriften,
1234,
fig. 125), Vatic, gr.
no.
State Lib. of Russia, dp. 270-Ia,
15/Greek ms 27, s.
1554, s.XI (Grabar, Provenence italienne, fig. 282), Moscow,
et al.,Materialy, fig. ii.l), Paris, gr. 391, s.XI ex. (unpubl.), Athos,
43 [1982]: fig. 1;Mokretsova
XI (Putsko, Wr
in
Latin
Lavra B 7, ca. 1125-50
West, 359, fig. 2), and the Russian Sluzhebnik New York,
(Galavaris,
By% East,
are numerous.
s.
St. Gregory,
s.n., XIV (Kovaliv, Molytovnyk, figs. 33 and 35).
NYPL,
Post-Byzantine
examples
is portrayed in codd. Athos, Panteleimonos
the author of the Liturgy of the Presanctified,
who was considered
of Art, Ms 19, a. 1631 (Tugearu et al.,Miniatura, 156;
fig. 61), Bucarest, Museum
Br?tulescu,
Miniaturi, pl. xv), Meteora, Ag. Stephanou, Ms 103, a. 1632 (Ve?s and Sophianos,
Cheirographa,
a.
a.
1653 (Treasures,
Ms
1635
488,
Meteora,
223,
(ibid., I:pl. lxxv), Dionysiou
Metamorphoseos,
IILpls. 54-55),
a
a.
of
Ms
Museum
1693-97
1663
23,
Art,
85,
(Tugearu et al.,
(ibid., fig. 415), Bucarest,
Lfig. 180), Xeropotamou
s.
XVII
and
Iviron
1420m,
Miniatura, 212),
(Treasures, ILfig. 186).
426,

ex. (Gratziou,

s. XVI

References:

de Myra," in Studia Codicologica, ed. K. Treu


m?tropolite
(Berlin, 1977) [= Texte und Untersuchungen %urGeschichte der altchristlichenUteratur, vol. 124], 375?94 with
figs. 1-16, esp. 391, with figs. 15-16.
O. Gratziou,
Die dekoriertenHandschriften des SchreibersMatthaios vonMyra (1596?1624): Untersuchungen %urgriechischen
Buchmalerei um 1600 (Athens, 1982) [= Sonderheft der Zeitschrift Mnemon, no. 1], 21 f. and 149 with figs. 13, 15,
and 64.
L. POLiTis, "Un copiste

W.733

si?cle: Matthieu

du XVIIe

PSALTER
folios, 216 x 172 mm,
(fols. 22, 96), Eastern Mediterranean
i+102+i

Parchment,
century

eminent

Illustrations:

ca. 1300 (fols. 1-21, 23-95,

is visibly connected,
(only when aminiature
are such verses cited below. For descriptions

psalm verse,
in this volume)
Anderson

[lr] {Cutler,

fig. 22} Ps 29:4;

97-102),

Byzantine

Empire;

sixteenth

directly or by means of a reference mark, to a specific


of the scenes that are not readily identifiable, see
[2r] lower scene: Ps 30: 7b; [3r]; [3v] {Cutler, DOP

34/35 (1980/81): fig. 29}; [4r];[4v] {Cutler, fig. 3}; [5r]Ps 32:17; [5v] {Miner, fig. 7} Ps 33:5; [6v] {Miner, fig. 1}
upper scene: Ps 33:21a; [7r] Ps 34:22; [8r] upper scene {Cutler,

fig. 26};

[9r] {Miner, fig. 2} upper

scene: Ps 36:11b;

lower scene:Ps 36:14 ?v?xeivav, etc.; [9v] {Miner, fig. 4} Ps 36:15; [10r];[10v]; [llr]; [llvj; [12r] {Miner, fig. 8}
Ps 37:12: Job andHis Friends-, oi ?aGiA,(eic),
'la?; [13r]; [13v] {Vzdornov,
x v ?aKpD v, etc.: Peter's Repentance: ? ?(yio?) n?xpo(?);
[15r] {Miner,

68; Miner,

fig. 20};

fig. 13}; [16r] {Miner,

[14r] Ps 38:13
fig. 5}; [16v];

[17r];[17v]Ps 41:7b; [18r]Ps 42:1: Stylite; [18v] {Cutler, fig. 9} upper scene: ?ucaioi; [20v]Ps 43:26b; [21r]
{Cutler,

fig. 20};

[23r] lower scene: Ps 46:6: Ascension;

[24r] {Cutler,

fig. \4}: Abraham's

Sacrifice; [25r] {Eszl?ry,

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Acta Historiae Artium

8 (1962), fig. 14; Miner,


and Wallert,
fig. 16; Quandt
fig. 2} Penitence ofDavid; [26v]
scene:
Ps
St.
?
Matthew,
lower scene:
52:3;
{Cutler,
[27r] {Cutler,
?(yio?) Max0(a?o?),
fig. 10} upper
fig. 11}
Ps 61:5: Judas and theChief Priests-. 'IoD?a?; [28r] Ps 62:11b (text on 28v); [28v] {Lowden, 275; Miner,
fig. 9}; [29r]
{Lowden, 275; Miner,
fig. 17} Ps 63:17 x? opo?, etc.: Vision ofDaniel; [30v] {Cutler,
fig. 2} Ps 68:36
Kai

o?KOOopr|0fiGOVxai,

etc.; [31v]; [32r] {Cutler,

scene: Ps 72:1; [32v]; [33v] {Cutler,


fig. 4} lower

fig. 24};

[34r]Ps 73:12b:Crucifixion;Ps 73:13b-14a: Baptism {Miner, fig. 22}; [34v]Ps 73:21; [35v] {Miner, fig. 10}; [36r]
{Cutler,
fig. 17}; [37v] {Serbische Psalter, pi. v.2}; [38r] upper scene {Miner, fig. 11}; lower scene, on the scroll:
? vopo?...;
[39r] Ps 77:12: Crossing of the Red Sea; [39v] {Cutler,
fig. 15} Ps 77:16: Moses Striking Water from the Rock;

[40r] {Miner, JWAG 29/30 (1966/67): fig. 4; SothebyandCo., pi. ii;Miner, fig. 19} Ps 77:25.27.23b; [41v] {Low
den, 275;Miner, JWAG 29/30 (1966/67): fig. 5} Ps 77:44.47-48a.45; [42r] {Lowden, 275} Ps 77:53b:Crossingof
theRed Sea; [43v] {Robb, IlluminatedMs,

fig. 22} uppermost

scene: Ps 77:68b,

scene

lowermost

{Serbische Psalter, pi.

vii.3}; [45r]; [45v]; [46v] {Quandt andWallert, fig. 4; Cutler, DOP 34/35 (1980/81): fig. 31}; [47r] {Vzdor
nov, 71; Cutler, fig. 13} Ps 80:7; [47v] {Cutler, fig. 1}; [49v]; [50v]; [51r] {Cutler, fig. 5} Visitation; [51v]; [52r]
{Cutler, fig. 8} Ps 85:9; [52v]; [53r]Ps 86:5; [53v]; [54v]; [55v] {Miner, fig. 12} Ps 88:13b:Transfiguration;
[56r]
Ps
Sun
Samuel
Anoints
88:37b-38a:
and
Moon;
David;
[58v] {Cutler, fig. 7}; [59r]Ps
{Cutler, fig. 25}
[57r]; [57v]
89:10 ??v ??, etc.; [60r]; [63r] {Vikan, fig. 52}; [63v] {Cutler, fig. 16}; [64v]; [66r]Ps 97:9 (?); [66v] {Cutler,
DOP 34/35 (1980/81): fig. 12} Elevation of theCross; [67r]; [67v]Ps 100:4a; [68r]; [68v]; [69v] {Vikan, fig. 51;
Miner,

fig. 15; By%Art European Art,

fig. 278; Early Chr. andBy^. Art,

pi. xciv, cat. 698}

right-hand

scene: Ps

101:25; [70r]; [70v] {Quandt andWallert, fig. 3} Ps 102:5b; [72r] {Cutler, fig. 18}; [72v] {Cutler, fig. 19} Ps
103:10b; [73r] {Miner, fig. 14} Ps 103:17b-18; [73v] {Cutler, fig. 27} Ps 103:25; [74v]; [75v] left-hand scene:Ps
104:17b; right-hand scene: Ps 104:18b; [76r] upper scene: Ps 104:29a; lower scene {Cutler, fig. 21}: Ps 104:23a
and Nesbitt, Arte bizantina, 345} upper scenes {Cutler,
(text on 75v); [76v] Ps 104:31; [77r] {Cutler
fig. 6}: Ps
scene:
scenes
scene:
two
Ps
lower
middle
Ps
105:17;
105:11a; [78v] uppermost
105:14b-15a;
104:39.40; [78r]
Ps
107:6:
Seven
and
Wallert,
Ascension; [82r]
{Serbische Psalter, pi. xi.4} [79v]; [81v] {Quandt
Sleepers of
fig. 1}
^ev, etc.;
fig .12} Ps 108:6b: Judas'Suicide; [83r] {Miner, fig. 6} Ps 108:16 Kai Kaxe?i
Ephesus; [82v] {Cutler,
scene:
at
scene:
Ps
Ps
His
theDungheap;
lowermost
and
Ps
109:3b:
middle
109:4b; [87r]
Nativity;
112:7:/^
Wife
[84v]

lower scene:Baptism; [88r]; [88v]; [89v] {Cutler, fig. 23}; [90v]Ps 117:10; [91r]upper scene {Quandt and
pi. 9}: Ps 117:20;

Wallert,

[92r]; [97r]; [99r] ZosimusMeetsMary

ofEgypt, Mary

ofEgypt's Communion;

[102v].

[3r] thoroughly erased image in the lower outer corner: lemma points to Ps 30:18b;
[36] circular hole in the outer margin;
[35v,
[34r, outer margin] Christ's figure and cross cut out of the miniature;
outer margin] indistinct offset of a lost miniature
from fol. 36r; [36v, outer margin] the upper part of a halo and a

Traces

of Lost

Illustrations:

head remain from a cut out miniature;


[61] entire outer margin cut out; [60v] illegible offset of a lost miniature
a lost miniature
outer
from fol. 61v; [64v, outer margin] offset of a
from fol. 61r; [62r,
margin]
illegible offset of
a halo
miniature
(similar to Kiev Psalter, fol. 134r infra) from the lost facing page; [65r, top outer margin] offset of
on the lost facing page; [71] entire outer margin cut out; [72r] offprint of a halo, probably from a
from the lost facing page; [90v] lower
from fol. 71v; [80v, lower margin] offset from aminiature
torn
half of the folio
out, incl. part of the miniature.
from aminiature
lost miniature

Ornament:
118:132,
Traces

Pss 37-40, 44, 46, 61, 63, 69, 70, 73-77, 80-89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 97-102,104-14,116,117,118:1,
initials.
119, and 120 begin with three-line (or less often four-line) drawn ornamented

of Lost

Unfinished

Ornament:

[61v, 71v] initials to Pss 94 and 103 lost with

the excised

outer margins.

a
[38r] the upper third of the page was left free of text; the painter placed there
small picture, anticipating, evidently, that itwould be framed by an ornamental headpiece to Ps 77.

Ornament:

disproportionately

evxpa[rcfixcoGav],
[24r-25v] Pss 49:8-50:12,
[7r-23v] Pss 34:20-47:4,
[lr-6v] Pss 28:5 xod Ai?avoD-34:4
Ps
67:13 [oie]A?G0ai-26
[27r-28v] Pss 60:9 fip?pav-63:2
[26r-v] Pss 51:6 [yk G]Gav-52:5,
?^eA,OD, [29r-v]
?[?iKaio)Ga],
[33r-59v] Pss 72:27 e^oX?
[32r-v] Pss 71:17 a?)x?v-72:13
ex?[pevoi],
[30r-31v] Pss 68:26-70:7,

Text:

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0peDGa?-89:17,
[60r-64v] Pss 90:13 5ieovxa-95:9
06:26 Kaxa?aivoDGiv
?
Pss 105:47 [?]vopaxi-l
KaKOD.
Pss 118:92 ?v xfj xa7ceivd)Gei-120:7

7ipOGG)7toD, [65r-78v] Pss 96:8 ?veKev-105:20;


? x v, [81r-96v] Pss 106:41-118:77
o?KXip[poi],

[79r-80v]
[97r-102v]

Replaced Folios: [22]Pss 44:14 [7cepi]?e?Xr|pevr|-45:10x(fj?) y(fi?), [96]Ps 118:63 cpo?oDpevcov-77


o?KXip[poi].
the damaged fols. 34, 36, and 89 were repaired with (now detached) parchment
Fragments:
fragments that
contain: [ex fol. 34] Ps 4:2-7 fragm., Ps 5:2-5 fragm.; [ex fol. 36] Ps 7:2-7 fragm., other side illegible; [ex fol. 89]
Ps 5:10?11 (rest covered by a paper strip), Ps 6:5?11 almost complete.
at their ends, e.g., [4r, after Ps 31] ?o(^a).
Doxai and kathismata always noted. Kathismata numbered
and psalm verses: usually
?'. Reference marks (most of them now barely visible) between miniatures
Ka0(iGpa)
the two.
three or four dots next to the image and to the verse, or lines connecting

Apparatus:

over
rounded breathing marks, small circumflexes. - Mute iota omitted. ? Diaeresis
i or D only for disassociation.
Most psalm verses begun with a red initial in a new paragraph. Verses divided
:~. - Abbreviations
rare: usually for Kai, ??, and at the end of a line, for
with upper dots. Psalms ended with
common
Fols. 22 and 96: rounded breathing marks, small circumflexes; mute iota subscribed;
endings.
diaereseis over i or D common; psalm text in one block; commas, high points, and :~ at the end of a psalm.
and Punctuation:

Diacritics

Kai

and common

endings

sometimes

abbreviated.

68 and 71; Cutler


and Nesbitt, Arte bizantina, 345; Robb, IlluminatedMs, fig. 22; Cutler,
fig. 1;
Acta
Historiae
Artium
8 (1962): fig. 14;Miner JWAG
29/30
(1966/67): figs. 4 and 5;
fig. 51; Eszl?ry,
or
Sotheby and Co., pi. ii} one principal hand (A) throughout,
archaizing script: indiscriminately majuscule
minuscule
and
G;
?, rj, ?, k, and e; occasionally
\|/; occasionally
open p, cp,
occasionally
cross-shaped
enlarged
- Two
, D, and OD-compound;
0,
40-42).
ligatures relatively rare (see also Cutler,
supplementary hands added
Script:
Vikan,

{Vzdornov,

some of the initials and Psalm titles: (B) slightly sloping, small, pointed cursive in very
(cf. below),
pale vermilion
added titles for Pss 61, 62, and 63 (fols. 27r-28v), verse initials for Pss 30:5-35:13b
(fols. 2r-8r) and Pss 61:8b.9b,
62:3.7.12b
and psalm initials for Pss 62, 62, 77, 78, 79, 80 and 81 (fols. 28r, 28v, 36v, 43v, 45r,
(fols. 27v-28v),
46v, 47v); (Q (Cutler, fig. 4) rapid cursive with heart- or spectacle-shaped
? and pointed u, added the psalm
numbers from Ps 72 (fol. 28r) onward, most verse initials from fol. 23r onward, psalm titles and all initials from
fol. 29r onward, and in the margins of fols. 28v, 66v, and 80r, phrases from the psalm text thatA had
- A third
inadvertently omitted.
supplementary hand (D), possibly much later, added in the margins
(fols. 18r?v,
- Fols. 22 and 96:
minuscule
with
20v, 23r) the numbers of Pss 42?44, and 46.
inelegant
occasionally majuscule
T|, y, and ?; cp sometimes

with

a ribbon.

Ink: text in light brown. - Hands A and C: initials, titles, psalms numbers, ?o(?a) and Ka0(lGpa)
in bright
vermilion. - Hand B: verse initials in very pale vermilion or less often, grayish violet; psalm initials in very pale
vermilion. - Fols. 22 and 96: dark brown; psalm titles and initials in yellowish
light brown.
Parchment:
noticeably

probably calfskin; high quality: thin and light, with


darker, no defects.

no defects.

- Fols. 22 and 96:


goatskin;

flesh

side

hardpoint; system 1; types D 21Dlb, perhaps originally D 22D1 (fols. 1-7), Pia 32C1 (fols. 8-21, 23-95,
- Fols. 22 and 96:
- Fols. 1-7: 28 lines
96-102).
type V 20A1.
per page; justification [145 x 83 mm],
hardpoint,
interlinear distance 5 mm. Fols. 8?21, 23?95, 96-102: 23 lines per page; justification [136 x 85 mm]; interlinear
distance 6 mm. - Fols. 22 and 96: 19 lines per page; justification ca. [140 x 85 mm], lines not ruled.

Ruling:

7 (fol. 7: fol. 2 single, text missing),


8 (15), 8 (23: fols. 17 and 22 singles), 3 (26: fol. 26 single, text
text
3
fol.
28
2
8 (45: fols. 39 and
(29:
(31), 6 (37: fols. 32 and 37 singles, text missing),
missing),
single,
missing),
44 singles), 8 (53), 7 (60: fol. 55 single, text missing),
7 (fol. 67: fols. 63, 64, and 65 singles, text missing),
8
text
8 (88: fols. 83 and 86 singles), 8 (96: fols. 89 and
(75: fols. 70 and 73 singles), 5 (80: fol. 76 single,
missing),
Quires:

96 singles), 6 (102).

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Quire

Signatures:

in dark brown

ink, s.XVI?,

Im3: ? (7v), e (15v), ?

(23v), 6 (29v), i? (45v), iy (53v), l? (60v),

ie (67v), ic (75v), ir| (88v).


Foliation:

in pencil, probably

by D. Miner,

Se, continuous.

Italian, ca. 1800 (ace. to C. Clarkson),


Binding:
gold tooled vellum over cardboard; brown panel on spine with
title ^AATHPION TOY AAYIA; cardboard pastedowns
and flyleaves. - Substantial trimming: the upper marginal
line
as
are
of the ruling ismostly
the lower and the outer marginal
lines. The manuscript
is currently
lost,
occasionally
?
at
C.
one
disbound for conservation.
"Sewn
with
chain-stitch
six
stations.
At
least
[Note by
Clarkson]:
previous
?
[Note by G. Petherbridge]:
sewing indicated by some other piercings in spine fold."
"Interesting punctures/
in upper spine corners of gatherings; perhaps to hold the gatherings
piercing of parchment
together while ruling."
The

that were glued to fols. 34, 36, and 89 seem to come from the lost initial folios
fragments
is very similar toA; on the best preserved fragment [ex fol. 89], text lines were originally ca. 80
ca. 5 mm. However,
ink
upper poins in the fragments are in vermilion
long, and the interlinear distance is

parchment
the hand
W.733:
mm
rather

than,

Marks
brown

as elsewhere

inW.733,

brown.

(as transcribed by N. Oikonomides):


inscriptions added to the miniatures,
by two or three later hands,
and black ink: [5v] 'I(r|GOD)? X(piGXO)?,
7EXO%o?;[29r] f) K?,ipa^,
'IaKcb?; [34r] f] Gxa\)[p
Gi?], M(f|

in

xr|)p0(eo)D, 'l (avvri?); [37v] 'Aap v, M DGfj?; [52r] 'I(t|god)? X(piGXO)?, ?0vr|; [57v] rj?ao?,GeAavi; [64v]
e??o?,a; [66r]? X?p?D?ip; [68v]K?pa^; [81v] [%op??]aYY?^ v,'I(r|GOD)?X(piGXO)?;[82v]fj aY%?vr|; [87r]

?
?
in
YDVT), 'la?
[33v, 34r, upper margin] brown ink: illegible monocondyle
[102v, upper margin] monocondyle,
+
brown ink:
?' eYpaya
rprryopio?
iepopova%o?
[96r, lower margin] in brown ink ,a%7ia' ev pr|vi Mai'oD
?K 7CO?,e ? Mavri?
Kai Ka?oxD%o? ?rco?) eYpa\|/e ?xoDxo x? \|/a?,xf|piov
Kai
eYco ?eo?
po? oiKovopo?
viov
ii
ai
lower
ink:
Theodosio
Cacuri
Dattene"
"1724,
?%ei xf]v pvf|pr|v
[76v,
margin] gray
(sc. d'
Agosto.
..
s.
xod
inner
in
black
XVIII:
ink,
xoDpKOD KpaGi (popxopixa X? YpOGia. 7CGapa?ia
[96v,
Attene)
margin]
?
..
bands and
(ppoxopaxi
Ypocn Kap, etc.
[6r, 16r, 23v, lower margins] brown ink, s.XVIII: drawn ornamented
a
s.
man
a
of
red
XVIII:
unfinished
of
warrior
saint
ink,
[23v] drawing
[38r, supra]
smoking
(?)
[80v,
drawing
?
lower margin] black ink: crude drawing of a ship
reinforced in
[passim] the original text has been occasionally
black ink. - A number of late scribblings in the margins were erased by Dorothy Miner. ? [front pastedown]
dark
ink: "Payne"; plate with coat of arms of Frederick North
in dark brown ink; in pencil: "W. Suppl. 14 = 10.733. Purchased
[spine] oblong paper label with printed no. "10384."

brown

and no. "319"


("La vertue est la seule noblesse")
1946.
Sir
Thomas
sale." July 1,
Phillipps

no. 319 in the library of Frederick North, fifth Earl of Guilford


(d. 1827); his sale, London,
no.
December
1830
10384 in the library of Sir Thomas Phillipps
[Payne and Foss, London]
(d. 1872), Middle
H.
Hill and Cheltenham,
sold
1946
Robinson
the
Walters
Art
[W.
Ltd.]
Gallery at
England;
purchased by
and
1946.
Co., London, July 1,
Sotheby
Provenance:

a
on fol. 32r {Cutler,
fig. 4},
large initial O originally written by B was overwritten by C On fol. 58v
an
ornamented
initial
K
the edge of the miniature. On fols. 51r {ibid., fig. 5}
executed
{ibid., fig. 7},
by Coverlies
and 84v, miniatures
overlie the edge of the text. Hence,
the painter worked
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are
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similar
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Dating:

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? The
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and
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miniatures
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rapid
style
painter,
on
can
the manuscript
the basis of the script. The latter's best dated parallels (just as with W.525,
only be dated
a
a. 1298 (Papadake
are olim Smyrna, Church of St. John the Baptist, Lectionary,
copied by very similar hand)
8 [1975/76]: pis. 14-17) and Athens, Benaki Vitr. 30,5, a. 1300 (Lappa-Zizika
and Rizou
cat.
were
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from
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with
radiocarbon-dated
Kouroupou,
109,
parchment
samples
figs. 153-55).
ca. 1300. and Wallert,
16 with n. 1). I nonetheless
1280 and 1170-1270
date the manuscript
(see Quandt
Dated parallels for the hand that wrote fols. 22 and 96 include Paris gr. 1375, a. 1540 (RGK Lno. 222) and Patmos
Oekland,

AXAE

cod. 633, a. 1588, cod. 858, a. 1588, and cod. 615, a. 1598 (Komines, Facsimiles, pis. 61, 62, and 65).

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Tableaux. The closest iconographie parallel for W.733
a.
of
miniatures:
Kievskaia
the
F
facsimile:
Ms
1397;
OAAJI
Psaltir', descriptions
6,
St.-Petersburg, NLR,
105-45.
Vzdornov,
Iconography:

in general,

Psalter,

References:
(repr.
Catalogus librorummanuscriptorum in bibliothecaeD. Thomae Phillipps, Bart. A.D. 1837 impressus typisMedioMontanis
cat.
10384.
London,
1968), 164,
Bibliotheca Phillippica: Catalogue of a Further Portion of theRenowned library Formed by theLate Sir Thomas Phillipps, sale
cat., Sotheby and Co., July 1,1946
(London, 1946), 6-7, with pi. ii.
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"The 'Monastic' Psalter in theWalters Art Gallery,"
Mathias Friend, Jr., ed. K. Weitzmann
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D. Miner,

"Since De Ricci?Western

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G. I.Vzdornov,
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and A. Wallert,
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Study of a Late Thirteenth-Century
Byzantine Marginal Psalter

from

in Painting Techniques: History, Materials and Studio Practice. Contributions to theDublin


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Museum
of Art (New
J. Lowden,
Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557),
cat. 160.
York, 2004), 274-76,
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Bibliographic Abbreviations

AJAAmerican Journal
AllenMusBuU

Allen Memorial

AnBoll

Anakcta

ArtBull

Art Bulletin

ArtHist

Art History

Art Museum

eds. K. Wessel

Bulletin

RESEERevue des ?tudes sud-est europ?ennes


RGK
Repertorium der griechischen Kopisten
ed. E. Gamillscheg
800-1600,
[= Ver?ffentlichungen der Kommission
fur Byzantinistik der ?stereichischen

Renaissance

andModern
hagiographica Graeca,
3rd ed., ed. F. Halkin
[= Subsidia
hagiographica,

RIASARivista delHstituto

8A]

nazionak

R?mischeQuartalschrift
RQ
fur christliche
Altertumskunde

BSl Byzantinoslavica

RSBNRivista di studi bizantini

e neoelknici

SB Studi bizantini

CACahiers
arch?ologiques
Codices graeci et latini

SCSources chr?tiennes

photographi?e depicti

STStudi e testi (Biblioteca

CPGClavispatrum
Graecorum,
ed. M. Geerard
DOP
Dumbarton

III]

e storia deWarte

darcheokgia

Bollettino della Badia Greca


di Grottaferrata

EChRev

der Wissenschaften,

Akademie

BHG
Bibliotheca

CGLPhD

byzantinischen Kunst,
and M. Resde

REBRevue des ?tudes byzantines

Bollandiana

ArtStArt Studies: Medieval,

BollBad

zur

RBKRealkxikon

ofArchaeology

Apost?lica Vaticana)
WrVizantiiskii

Oaks Papers

vremennik

Wiener Jahrbuch fur Kunstgeschichte


WJbKg

Eastern Churches Review

ZfKg
Zeitschriftf?r Kunstgeschichte
JOB
Jahrbuch der ?sterreichischen

ZLUZbornik

za likovne umetnosti

AXAE
Deltion

tes Christianikes

Byzantinistik
JWAG
Journal

of theWalters Art Gallery

JWCI Journal of theWarburg


Courtauld Institutes
OCA
Orientalia

Christiana

PG
Patrologiae
Graeca,

ed.

cursus

and

Archaiologik?s Hetaireias
anakcta

IIKHO

Pamiatniki

kul'tury: Novye

otkrytiia

completusy seria

J.-P. Migne

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Index ofManuscripts Cited

ATHENS

Great

National

Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms

Library of Greece

(EOviKii?i?AioeiiKTjTT|?EMa?o?, EBE)
93
166 104
179 122
2552 109
2676 104

tou Genou
Ms Megal?s
(Phanar Lectionary)
Benaki Museum

126

Schol?s 2
93,

108

143

Monastery

108

Panteleimon Monastery
Pantokrator Monastery
- see
49
Washington,

Ms

Mo\)oeio)

Ms 205 93
of the National

D.C. Dumbarton

Oaks Ms 3
Ms 234 126

Bank of Greece

(MopcpamKO I8pt>|ia EBvikh? Tpa7i??r|?, MIET)


110
MsPezarou50
ATHOS,

Ms 426 143

and Christian Museum

Foundation

108

7
19 83
44 113
76 114
86 108
118 108

Ms 61

(Mo\)G??o Mtiev?ckt))

(Bd?ocvtivo Kai XpuraaviK?


Cultural

A
A
A
A
A
A
B

Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms

Koutloumousiou

Vitrine 30,5 99, 146


Byzantine

Lavra

Philotheou Monastery

Ms 33

108

Vatopedi Monastery

Ms 761 110-111
Ms 762 112-113

MOUNT_

Chilandari Monastery

Ms Slav.251 98
Dionysiou

Ms 939 108
Ms 966 90

Monastery

Ms 488 143
Ms 587 90
Docheiarou

Xeropotamou

Monastery

Ms 85

143

Monastery

Ms 56

102

Ms 2
Ms 1420m 143
Ms 2105 (NX507) 90

BERLIN_

Staatsbibliothek

Iviron Monastery

90

Preussischer Kulturbesitz

graec. in fol. 31

Ms

84, 86

fur christliche Arch?ologie


Abteilung
und kirchliche Kunst

Universit?t,
Ace.

no. 3807

(destroyed)

90

BOSTON
R. Willoughby

Collection

Leaf from aGospel book (lost) 115

184

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HEIDELBERG

BUCAREST
Museul

de Arta

National

Universit?tsbibliothek

Ms 19

143

Ms 23

143

Cod.

Palatinus gr. 23 {CodexPalatinus)

92

ISTANBUL
BUDAPEST
National
Ms

Sz?ch?nyi Library
gr. 1 90

(Orsz?gos Sz?ch?nyi Konyvt?r)

Topkapi Sarayi M?zesi


Ms G.I.8 {Seraglio Octateuch)

118

Ms 34 90
Library of the Oecumenical

Patriarchate

Ms 16 90
CAMBRIDGE,

MA_

IZMIR

Harvard University, Houghton


Library
Ms gr. 3 {Harvard Psalter) 89

Church
Gospel

(SMYRNA)
of St. John the Baptist
Lectionary

(destroyed)

99, 146

CHICAGO_

Harold Willoughby

JERUSALEM_
Library of the Greek Orthodox

Collection

Leaf from aGospel book (lost) 115


University

of Chicago,

Joseph Regenstein

Library

MsTaphou53

Patriarchate

126

Ms 138 92
K?LLIKEN_

Collection
Amberg-Herzog
Nos. 501-4
94, 95

ERLANGEN
Universit?tsbibliothek

Ms 1234 143
LESBOS_

Leimonos Monastery

FLORENCE_

Biblioteca Medicea
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms

Plut. 6,28
Plut. 7,24
Plut. 32,9

92

Plut. 59,9

92

Laurenziana

99

LONDON

122
British Library

G?TTINGEN_
Universit?tsbibliothek
Cod. Theol.

28

Ms 295 131

93

Ms Burney 20 93
MsBurney49 126
Ms Harley 5598 83
Add. Ms 5153 122
Add. Ms 11870 112
Add. Ms 24381 90
Victoria

and Albert Museum

Ace. no. 8980 E (Ms 1420) 108

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LOS ANGELES

OHRID

J. Paul Getty Museum

National Museum

Ms Getty 65 99

Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms

METEORA
(Transfiguration) Monastery

Metamorphosis

(Hapo4eH

My3ej)

3
6
35 82
37 82

82
82

Ms 223 143
OXFORD_

St. Stephen Monastery

Bodleian

Ms 103 143

Library
Ms Canonici gr. 110

MILAN

Christ Church

Biblioteca Ambrosiana

Msgr.

Ms G 88 sup.

nationale

Biblioth?que

HcTopHnecKHH

(Ibcy4apcTBeHHbiH

My3e?)

Synod, gr. 183 (Vladimir 376,


Moscow Imperial Menokgium)
109

Ms
Ms

Ms Synod, gr. 225 (Vladimir 12) 93


Ms Synod, gr. 518 (Vladimir 13)
90,

108

Ms

State Archive

of Ancient Acts

rajuiepen)

(Pocchhckh??

rocy4apcTBeHHbiH
apxHB ^peBHHx aKTO?)
<D. 1607, no. 3 {olim Dresden A-100)
93
State Library
?HOJiHOTeKa)
(PoccHHCKan rocy4apcTBeHHan
O. 270-Ia, no. 15 (Foreign ms 474, Greek ms 27)
143

grec 70 103
grec 379 92
grec 710 122
grec 922 108

Ms grec 933 92
Ms

grec 1208

Ms
Ms

suppl. grec 384


suppl. grec 612
nationale

92

beaux-arts

115

PARMA_

Ms

Pakt.

Biblioteca Nazionale
II.C.26

des

{Codex Palatinus)
93

Ms

Biblioteca
NAPLES_

118

Ms grec 1375 146

Ecole

Russian

112, 122

Ms grec 391 143


Ms

State Tretyakov Gallery


(Ibcy4apcTBeHHaH TpeTbHKOBCKan
Ace. no. 2580 {Dumbarton Oaks Psalter
New Testament) 90

de France

Ms Coislin 10 92
MsCoislin21
90
Ms Coislin 48 92
Ms Coislin 79
Ms Coislin 195 93
Ms Coislin 370 92

Ms Muz. 3644 103


Ms Muz. 3648 115
Ms Synod, gr. 47 (Vladimir91) 93

Ms

118

113,

PARIS

State Historical Museum

Russian

32

90

MOSCOW_

Ms

108

Palatina
5 {Parma Gospelbook)

90

108
PATMOS_

NEW

Monastery
YORK_

Metropolitan Museum of Art


Ace. no. 2001.730
131
New York Public Library
Sluzhebnik
143
(s.n.)

Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms
Ms

98
245
615
633
858

of St. John the Theologian

108
108
146
146
146

186

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VENICE

PETERSBURG

SAINT

Library of Russia
(PoccHHCKan Hai^HOHajibHan

Biblioteca Nazionale

National

OH?JiHOTeKa)

Ms Greek 72 (Granstrem208) 93
118 (Granstrem 352) 90

Ms Greek

Ms Greek 266 (Granstrem206) 126


Ms Greek 305 (Granstrem362) 115
Ms CaHKT-neTep?yprcKOH
4yxoBHOH
aKa4eMHH B 1.2 (Granstrem 196) 122

Ms

Ms 1580

Monastery
61
Msgr.

103

VIENNA_

?sterreichischen
Ms Vindob.
WASHINGTON,

MT.

92

gr. 359
Biblioteca di San Lazzaro

Ms OJI4II O. 6 {KievPsalter) W
SINAI,

Marciana

Nationalbibliothek
theol. gr. 336

110

P.C._

of St.-Catherine

Oaks Research Library and Collection


no.
108
Ace.
79.31 {Phanar Lectionary)

101

Ms

Dumbarton

3 {Dumbarton Oaks Psalter-New

Testament)

90

Msgr. 157 93
Msgr. 166 108
Ms

126

gr. 275

Msgr. 347
Msgr.

1112

SMYRNA

112
92
- See

IZMIR

SOFIA_

Sts. Cyril and Methodius National Library (Hapo4Ha


?H?jIHOTeKa ?Cb. CB. KHpHJI H MeT04HH?)

Ms Greek 2 81
TORONTO_

University

Library

Ms 3009 (DeRicci 1) 90
VATICAN

CITY_

Biblioteca Apost?lica Vaticana


Ms Barber, gr. 320 90
MsOttob.gr.

101

381
189

90

MsPalat.gr.
MsRossan.

136

Ms Rossan.

138 90

90

Ms Urbin.

gr. 2 {Gospelbook ofEmperor


113
John Comnenus)
122
Ms Vatic, gr. 463
Ms Vatic,

gr. 754 92
1143 130,
MsVatic.gr.
1156 90
MsVatic.gr.
MsVatic.gr.

1162

118

MsVatic.gr.

1522

108

MsVatic.gr.

1554

143

MsVatic.gr.

1675
2129

MsVatic.gr.
Ms Vatic, gr. 2523
Ms Vatic, lat. 5974

131

93
101
101
93

187

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