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Manuscript of uncertain origin written in the late 15th or early 16th century, in Greek, containing liturgies and other religious works
DescriptionThe manuscript contains: (i) The liturgies of St John Chrysostom (folio 1), St Basil the Great (folio 19) and the Presanctified (folio 41); (ii) Offices for the ordination of reader, sub-deacon, bishop, presbyter, and deacon (folio 53); (iii) The Nicene Creed, description of a Greek church, notes on baptism and purgatory, rubrics for services on the occasions of betrothal, birth, and death, and interpretation of the Number of the Beast of the Apocalypse (Λατεῖνος) ; written for a non-Orthodox audience. This is in a different, possibly rather later, hand (folio 63).
ShelfmarkAdv.MS.18.8.20
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