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172 Studia Biblica et

by S. R. Driver
172 Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica. this by the very kind way in which the επίτροποι of the monastery gave us facilities and help. 11. Pant. 28 ( Acts 509) ( ix- x). A catena on the Pauline and Catholic Epistles. It appears to contain a considerable amount of quotation from Theodore of Mopsuestia. Several photographs of it are to be found in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. The text itself seems ordinary. 12. Pant. 36 ( Evl. 1058) ( xiii) ff. 242 col. 2 vell. Text ordinary. 13. Pant. 39 ( Evan. 1392) ( x- xi) ( 26.6 x 22.5) ff. unnumbered. col. 1 vell. Ενν. κεφ. τιτ. amm. eus. tab.- κεφ. στιχ. (^ βχ μκ βω βτ) subs. lect. syn. men. A full commentary in the margin. ( Mc. Vict. Ant.) Photographs in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. 14. Pant. 44 ( Apoc. 1526) ( ix- x) vell. A fragment of the Apocalypse written in half- uncial with the commentary of Andreas in minuscule. Probably the earliest MS. extant of this commentary. Photographs of two pages in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. 15. Pant. 52 ( Evan. 1399?) ( xi) vell. Ενν. κεφ. τιτ. amm. eus. tab.־(*££.* can.) pict. lect. veis. Ep. ad Carp. syn. Text ordinary. Mt. viii. 13 add. και νποστρεψας κ. τ. λ. This MS. was not numbered, and we were not sure whether it really was Pant. 52. That number is now attached to it. IVERON. 16. Iver. 2 ( Evan. 989) vell. The account in the Prolegomena to Tischendorf is accurate. The commentary in St. Mark is that of Victor of Antioch. 17. Iver. 5 ( Evan. 990) vell. Text ordinary. 18. Iver. 19 ( Evan. 994) ( ix- x) vell. A text and catena written continuously and arranged in great confusion, containing apparently only Matt. and John. The commentary is chiefly anonymous, but there are a few extracts from Origen, Irenaeus, Theodore Mops., Severianus, Apollinarius, Gregory Thaum., and Cyril Alex. 19. Iver. 21 ( Evan. 995). Text ordinary. 20. Iver. 30 ( Evan.? 999) ( xiii) ff. 260 ( 23.2 x 17) col. 1 vell. Ενν. act. cath. paul. hebr. κεφ. τιτ. amm. tab.- κεφ. στιχ. Mc. only μχ subs. prol. lect. Text ordinary. In the Prolegomena Dr. Gregory gives 998 to Iver. 30. But the numbers appear to have been altered, for Iver. 30 does not correspond to his descrip-tion of Evan. 998, and seems to be Evan. 999. 21. Iver. 52 ( Evan. 1003) ( xii— xiii) ( 22.2 x 14.6) vell. Ενν. and Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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172 Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica. this by the very kind way in which the επίτροποι of the monastery gave us facilities and help. 11. Pant. 28 ( Acts 509) ( ix- x). A catena on the Pauline and Catholic Epistles. It appears to contain a considerable amount of quotation from Theodore of Mopsuestia. Several photographs of it are to be found in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. The text itself seems ordinary. 12. Pant. 36 ( Evl. 1058) ( xiii) ff. 242 col. 2 vell. Text ordinary. 13. Pant. 39 ( Evan. 1392) ( x- xi) ( 26.6 x 22.5) ff. unnumbered. col. 1 vell. Ενν. κεφ. τιτ. amm. eus. tab.- κεφ. στιχ. (^ βχ μκ βω βτ) subs. lect. syn. men. A full commentary in the margin. ( Mc. Vict. Ant.) Photographs in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. 14. Pant. 44 ( Apoc. 1526) ( ix- x) vell. A fragment of the Apocalypse written in half- uncial with the commentary of Andreas in minuscule. Probably the earliest MS. extant of this commentary. Photographs of two pages in Bodl. MS. Gr. th. f. 8. 15. Pant. 52 ( Evan. 1399?) ( xi) vell. Ενν. κεφ. τιτ. amm. eus. tab.־(*£<£.* can.) pict. lect. veis. Ep. ad Carp. syn. Text ordinary. Mt. viii. 13 add. και νποστρεψας κ. τ. λ. This MS. was not numbered, and we were not sure whether it really was Pant. 52. That number is now attached to it. IVERON. 16. Iver. 2 ( Evan. 989) vell. The account in the Prolegomena to Tischendorf is accurate. The commentary in St. Mark is that of Victor of Antioch. 17. Iver. 5 ( Evan. 990) vell. Text ordinary. 18. Iver. 19 ( Evan. 994) ( ix- x) vell. A text and catena written continuously and arranged in great confusion, containing apparently only Matt. and John. The commentary is chiefly anonymous, but there are a few extracts from Origen, Irenaeus, Theodore Mops., Severianus, Apollinarius, Gregory Thaum., and Cyril Alex. 19. Iver. 21 ( Evan. 995). Text ordinary. 20. Iver. 30 ( Evan.? 999) ( xiii) ff. 260 ( 23.2 x 17) col. 1 vell. Ενν. act. cath. paul. hebr. κεφ. τιτ. amm. tab.- κεφ. στιχ. Mc. only μχ subs. prol. lect. Text ordinary. In the Prolegomena Dr. Gregory gives 998 to Iver. 30. But the numbers appear to have been altered, for Iver. 30 does not correspond to his descrip-tion of Evan. 998, and seems to be Evan. 999. 21. Iver. 52 ( Evan. 1003) ( xii— xiii) ( 22.2 x 14.6) vell. Ενν. and << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index
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