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132 IV. CODEX EVANG.

by S. R. Driver
132 IV. CODEX EVANG. 1071. OF all the minuscule MSS. which we saw in the libraries of the monasteries on Mount Athos the one now numbered 104 A in the Laura catalogue was far the best, indeed it was the only one which presented any great features of interest. It was not difficult to identify it as the MS. which Dr. Gregory has numbered 1071 in his catalogue in the Prolegomena to Tischendorfs ed. maj. viii. Dr. Gregorys description is as follows:—  1071 in Ath. Laurae; saec xii, 28.3 x 19.5 membr, coll. 2, ll 26. 27, Carp. Eus.- t, capp- t, capp, titl, sect, ( Mc 234: 16, 9) can, syn, men, subscr ut Α, στιχ; Evv; Lc 22, 43. 44 deerat, m. ser. add. in mg.: Joh. 8, 6 κάτω κεκνφώς τω δακτυλω κατέγραφαν: 8, 9 έκαστος be τώυ Ιουδαίων εξήρχετο άρξάμενος άπο τών πρεσβυτερων ώστε πάντας εξελθεΐν et multa alia. In Calabria nisi fallor exaratus, manibus duabus, partim litteris Neritinis. Vidi 27 Aug. 1886. There is only a little to be added in the way of technical description, but the following points may be noted. ( 1) According to our notes the summary account should also contain lect. pict. I much regret, in the light of subsequent investigation, that we did not look more carefully into the nature of the lections. Probably they are the ordinary ones, but I cannot speak with certainty, and considering that a connexion perhaps exists between this MS. and Codex Bezae, it would be worth while for the next scholar who goes to the Laura to look into the question more carefully. I should be inclined to guess that, as Dr. Gregory did not notice the presence of any lection marks, they are not a complete system, but only a few which caught our eye, or rather, as Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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132 IV. CODEX EVANG. 1071. OF all the minuscule MSS. which we saw in the libraries of the monasteries on Mount Athos the one now numbered 104 A in the Laura catalogue was far the best, indeed it was the only one which presented any great features of interest. It was not difficult to identify it as the MS. which Dr. Gregory has numbered 1071 in his catalogue in the Prolegomena to Tischendorf's ed. maj. viii. Dr. Gregory's description is as follows:— ' 1071 in Ath. Laurae; saec xii, 28.3 x 19.5 membr, coll. 2, ll 26. 27, Carp. Eus.- t, capp- t, capp, titl, sect, ( Mc 234: 16, 9) can, syn, men, subscr ut Α, στιχ; Evv; Lc 22, 43. 44 deerat, m. ser. add. in mg.: Joh. 8, 6 κάτω κεκνφώς τω δακτυλω κατέγραφαν: 8, 9 έκαστος be τώυ Ιουδαίων εξήρχετο άρξάμενος άπο τών πρεσβυτερων' ώστε πάντας εξελθεΐν et multa alia. In Calabria nisi fallor exaratus, manibus duabus, partim litteris Neritinis. Vidi 27 Aug. 1886.' There is only a little to be added in the way of technical description, but the following points may be noted. ( 1) According to our notes the summary account should also contain lect. pict. I much regret, in the light of subsequent investigation, that we did not look more carefully into the nature of the lections. Probably they are the ordinary ones, but I cannot speak with certainty, and considering that a connexion perhaps exists between this MS. and Codex Bezae, it would be worth while for the next scholar who goes to the Laura to look into the question more carefully. I should be inclined to guess that, as Dr. Gregory did not notice the presence of any lection marks, they are not a complete system, but only a few which caught our eye, or rather, as << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index
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