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Mount Athos, Iveron Monastery, 546

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Additional Information

  • Appr. Date: 14th c. (14th c.)
  • Illustrations: No

Notes

Lampros no. 4666.

The microfilm is of the entire manuscript.  The catalogue calls the text "an interpretation of the Apocalypse of John the Theologian."  On the first folio  Andrew of Caesarea is mentioned. The text is upside down in the first few folios. The first folio of text has a dark blot on the top right-hand margin.  It seems to be a problem with the ms.

Marginal notes and comments from readers left in the margins throughout.

Folio 18v is either blank or obscured.  Folio 34r is partially obscured by a slip of paper (?) covering the text in the right-hand corner.

From f. 147r-161v, many of the images are hard to read whether from wear (on the ms.) or bad photography.

Last folio is 161v.

Pinakes list the ms. but the entry is blank.

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