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New Haven, CT, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library,  Beinecke MS 263
Description: ff. i + ii + 304 + ii + i - Nineteenth century. Diced brown calf, gold-tooled. - Belonged to Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 3006). Purchased from L. C. Witten with funds from the Jacob Ziskind Charitable Trust in l957. - Shailor, B. Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 263.
Notes:-Manuscript on parchment (thick, dark) of Gregory Nazianzen, Sermons. Composed of two separate sections. Part I: ff. 1-18; Part II: ff. 19-303 (including 183 bis). Part I was apparently added to the beginning of the codex to complete the series of sermons and to furnish a table of contents (f. 1).
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Greek Country: Byzantine Empire Century: 13th
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Part 1:
Description: - parchment - 275 x 195 (170 x 130) mm.
Country: Byzantine EmpireCardinal point:
Region: ByzantiumCity:
Assigned Date: [between 1200 and 1300]Searchable Date Range: 1200 - 1300
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Script: Part I: Written by a single copyist (Scribe 1) in a large, bold hand. Part II: The writing of Scribe 2, who was responsible for the remainder of the text, is delicate and somewhat smaller than that of Scribe 1.
Notes: Part I: The entire table of contents (including headpiece and title) is in red. Title, headpiece, and incipit on ff. 2r and 4v, in red; many simple initials, 5- to 2-line, throughout text. Part II: The style of decoration is similar to that at the beginning of the manuscript, but many of the initials and letters in headings are characterized by discus-shaped protruberances on the shafts. Folio 1 has been severely trimmed. Binding: Nineteenth century. Diced brown calf, gold-tooled.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1:
Author: Gregory of Nazianzus, Saint.
Title: Sermons.
Subjects: Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint.; Fathers of the church.; Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven.; Sermons--Early works to 1800.;
Language(s): Greek