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New Haven, CT, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library,  Beinecke MS 300
Description: ff. i + 283 + iii - 16th-17th centuries. Dark brown (almost black) sheepskin (?), badly gold-tooled. Orange edges. Badly rebacked. - Collection of Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford (1766-1827) and of Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 5534). Purchased from L. C. Witten with funds from the Jacob Ziskind Charitable Trust in 1957 (MS 2). - Shailor, B. Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, MS 300.
Notes:-Manuscript on paper (sturdy) of Andrew of Crete, Great Canon, with commentary. With Passage referring to Akakios, Monk of Sabba, who is said to have written the interpretation of the Great Canon and who lived at the time of Basil the Bulgar-slayer and the patriarch Photius.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Greek Century: 17th
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Description: - paper - similar to Heawood Crescent 866. - 200 x 146 (140 x 95) mm.
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Assigned Date: 1643, [ca. 1720-1730]Searchable Date Range: 1643 - 1730
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Script: Written in two hands. Scribe 1 (ff. ii, 283) is the same scribe, Constantine Raphael Byzantinus, designated as Scribe 1 in Beinecke MSS 294, 295, and 297, etc. Scribe 2, Nicolaus of Rhodes, copied the main body of the text, ff. 1r-282v; he signed and dated the codex June 1643 on f. 282v.
Notes: Some initials, poorly executed, in gold, silver, and blue; rubricated throughout. Bottom of f. 1 and top of f. 283 cut off. Binding: 16th-17th centuries. Dark brown (almost black) sheepskin (?), badly gold-tooled. Orange edges. Badly rebacked.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1:
Author: Andrew of Crete, Saint ca. 660-740.
Title: The great canon, etc.
Subjects: Andrew, of Crete, Saint, ca. 660-740.; Orthodoxos Ekklēsia tēs Hellados.; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval.; Manuscripts, Medieval--Connecticut--New Haven.; Repentance--Christianity.;
Language(s): Greek