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Jerusalem, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, Taphou 191

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Additional Information

  • Appr. Date: 17th c. (17th c. (1696-8))
  • Genres: Letters
  • Illustrations: No

Notes

Not listed in Pinakes:
Fols. 1r-5v: [Anon.]. Προλεγόμενα τῆς λογικῆς πραγματείας.
Fols. 6r-48v: Ammonius, Hermiae. In Porphyrii Isagogen sive Quinque voces.

[Fols 49r-85v: Ammonius, Hermiae, In Aristotelis Categorias. Incomplete. -- listed in Pinakes].

Fols. 86r-122v: Korydalleus, Theophilos, ca. 1570-1646. Ἔκθεσις συνοπτικὴ τῆς ὅλης συλλογιστικῆς πραγματείας.
(Fols. 123r-125v left blank.)
Fols. 126r-188v: Canons of the apostles, canons of minor councils, canons of the three first ecumenical councils, excerpts from Novellae etc.

[Fols. 189r-292v: Gregory of Nazianzus. Orationes. Carmina. -- listed in Pinakes].
[Fols. 293r-367r: Photius I, Saint, Patriarch of Constantinople, ca. 820-ca. 891. Amphilochia. -- listed in Pinakes].

Fols. 368r-390r: Florilegium: excerpts from various church fathers, ἐρωταποκρίσεις, poems, etc.
Fols. 374r-375r: Theodore, Studites, Saint, 759-826. Στίχοι κατ' ἀλφάβητον.
Fol. 380r: Four political verses on symbols of the four apostles.
Idem: A didactic poem in political verses. Inc. Ἂν θέλεις ἄνθρωπε τυχεῖν ζωῆς τῆς ἀκηράτου.

Fol. 386r: An account about the alleged tomb of Constantine the Great in the Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople, with pseudo-inscription containing a secret prophesy about the end of the Ottoman Empire (in Modern Greek).

Fol. 367r: Note of the scribe, hieromonk Cyril from Delvino, at the end of text, apologizing for not keeping the order of the Amphilochia, and explaining that he was writing hastily "διότι ἤθελον νὰ πάρουν τὸ πρωτότυπον βιβλίον" (see Papadopoulos-Kerameus in Bibliography and Online Resources).

Schemes and diagrams.
Several frames blurred (image out of focus), but still legible.

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