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.;arxjQ>^iso ;o^^a\^2j3 ^alaSbSio alls^^io ^L*%i

There are a few explanatory marginal notes in Arabic and
Karshuni, e.g. ff. 4 6, 6 a, b, 9 b.

1. The 1st Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 1 b,



B. C.



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2. The 2nd Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 2 h,

3. The 3rd Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 4 a.

4. The 4th Sunday of the Annunciation, f, 5 a.

5. The Nativity, f. 5 b,

6. The 1st Sunday after the Nativity, f. 6 b,

7. The Commemoration of the Virgin Mary, f. 8 a,

8. The 2nd Sunday after the Nativity, f. 8 6.

9. The Epiphany, f. 10 a,

*:• t..^i)da^i 92aojsS<2 0070 ^iSlsbo^i w^&a^i 3ui^ ^yti

10. The Commemoration of S. John the Baptist, f. 11 a,

11. The 1st Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 12 a,

<* yM&3^i ^» ^o)L2 y^^'i v^itj

12. The Commemoration of S. Peter and S. Paul, f. 13 a,

13. The 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 14 a.



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14. The Commemoration of the Evangelists, f, 15 a,

15. The Srd Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 16 a.

16. The Commemoration of S. Stephen, f. 16 6,

17. The 4th Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 18 a.

18. The Commemoration of the Greek Doctors, f. 19 a,

19. The 5th Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 20 a. On the
margin of f. 21 a is the following note on the lessons for the
Prayer of the Ninevites :

20. The Commemoration of the Syrian Doctors, f. 21 a,

Mddbo uJQsai 32^o ^a^i w^a^ ^I&22M3Ai cJL3-^;\a^i

♦ jaorafli

21. The 6th Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 22 a.

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22. The Commemoration of Mar Aba the Catholicus, and
of any one saint, f, 22 6,

*:* pi>^io ^&*yJb \a^o bOA^^Z ^-il ^'ado
Another lesson for any one saint, f. 23 6,

23. The 7th Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 24 a.
Another lesson for the same, £ 24 6.

24. The Commemoration of the Dead, f. 25 a,

25. The 8th Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 26 a.

26. The 1st Sunday in Lent, f. 26 b,

*>ua2'xo^1 :90^^2 ^^ ^0^\ ^^\ ^^^

27. Monday in the first week of Lent, f. 27 a,

*:« po^2 ^ «^<>^i ^o32j^i ^ ^4^A^ ^^ *^^

28. Tuesday in the first week of Lent, f. 28 a,

*:• ^o^2

29. Wednesday in the first week of Lent, f 28 h.

30. Thursday in the first week of Lent, f. 29 6.

31. Friday in the first week of Lent, f. 30 a,



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32. The 2nd Sunday in Lent, f. 30 b.

33. The 2nd Friday in Lent, t. 31 b.

34. The 3rd Sunday in Lent, f. 32 a.

35. The 3rd Friday in Lent, f. 32 b.

36. The 4th Sunday in Lent, f. 33 b.

37. Monday of the Midweek in Lent, f. 35 a,

^ J i , ^

38. Tuesday of the Midweek in Lent, f. 30 a {^odjOlisi

39. Wednesday of the Midweek in Lent, f. 37 a.

40. Thursday of the Midweek in Lent, f 38 a,

41. Friday of the Midweek in Lent, f. 38 b.

42. The 5th Sunday in Lent, f 39 b.

43. The 5th Friday in Lent, f. 40 b.

44. The 6th Sunday in Lent, f. 42 a.

45. The 6th Friday in Lent, f. 43 a.

46. Pahn Sunday, f. 45 a,

*:* <y32aboS2 ^2^j(d^2 x^2 ^Iii^

47. Monday of the last week in Lunt (XA^l ^oduoi^2),
f. 46 b.

48. Tuesday of the last week in Lent, f 47 6.

49. Wednesday of the last week in Lent, f. 49 a.



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50. Thursday of the Passover, f. 49 b,

<* WM^$^i ^boa v^'^

51. The Night (Eve) of the Friday of the Crucifixion,
f, 51 a,

<* i^S 2'icu ^a^i ^od^^i c^L>^ «^V^ii

52. The Night (Eve) of the Great Saturday, f. 53 a, ^

53. The Evening of the Great Saturday, f. 57 a,

54. The Mysteries (celebration of the Eucharist) on the
Evening of the Great Saturday, f. 57 b,

<* ayA^^2 ^do^i is^^ (sic) ^Afla •^iti

55. The Morning of the Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 58 b,

56. The Mysteries of the Sunday of the Resurrection,
f. 59 a,

.a^lJtiSl 3m2 :sou (sic) ^fla .^a^d

57. Monday after the Resurrection, f. 60 a.

58. Wednesday after the Resurrection, f. 61b.

59. The Friday of the Confessors, f. 62 b,



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00. The New Sundcay, f. 63 b,

61. The 3rd Sunday after the Resurrection, f. dim.

62. The Commemoration of S. George, f. 65 a,

03. The 4th Sunday after the Resurrection, f. CO a.

04. The 5th Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 07 a.

65. The 6th Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 68 a.

66. The Ascension, f 69 b,

67. The Sunday after the Ascension, f. 70 a.

68. The Mysteries of the Feast of Pentecost, f. 71 a,

.w\^at3L^^j4^i 3u^ (sic) ^fbi^i ^yo

69. Pentecost, f 72 a, . ^y ff:>oH\^^i ^LyJci

70. The Friday of Gold, f. 74 a,

<♦ dojai^l o^iboX^ ♦^La^

71. The 2nd Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 75 a,

♦:♦ (sic) ^^L^M-AoSi ^0320 ^» ^2:sSi ^%l » I»itl

72. The 3rd Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 76 a.

73. The 4th Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 77 b.

74. The 5th Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 79 b.



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75. The 6th Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 80 b.

76. The 7th Sunday of the Week of the Apostles, f. 82 a.

77. The 1st Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 83 a,

.[;^^] \»JO^l s^oalm ^ So^l 34^2

78. The 1st Friday of Summer, the Commemoration of
Jacob of Nisibis and of S. Thomas the Apostle, f. 84 a,



aojg^ 32» «^ia3 ^010 \JoSl ^ quSo^2 c^ba^^

79. The 2nd Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 84 a.

80. The 3rd Friday of Summer, the Commemoration of
Mari the Apostle, f. 85 b,

81. The 3rd Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 85 b.

82. The 4th Sunday of the Week of Summer; f. 87 b.

83. The 5th Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 88 b.

84. The 6th Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 90 a.

85. The 7th Sunday of the Week of Summer, f. 91 a.

86. The 1st Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 91 b,

.;A2 ^o3Lq> ^:ap So/il yj^^l ^yjci

87. The 2nd Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 92 6.

88. The 3rd Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 94 a.



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89. The Feast of the Cross, f. 95 a,

90. The 4th Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 96 b.

91. The 5th Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 97 a.

92. The 6th Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 98 a.

93. The 7th Sunday of the Week of Elias, f. 99 a.

94. The 1st Sunday of the Week of Moses, f. 100 b,

<• ^obo uSM S^oalso ^» ^o^2 x^j^l »^xd

95. The 2nd Sunday of the Week of Moses, f. 101 b.

96. The 4th Sunday of the Week of Moses, f. 102 a,

97. The 1st Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 103 rt,

98. The 2ad Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 104 a.

99. The 3rd Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 104 6.

100. The 4th Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 105 a.

Subscription, f. 106 b,



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"paiisX^i^ ^.i.mOu.o ^tiOL^o ^a.Jbijapo w^bp .oj^^M^&^i

Then follow simdr}' Miikaddimdt or prefaces to the Lessons,
f 106 h, of which the first may serve as a specimen.

.30i2A^i v^.S^^c>Sio .30)2.3i^i \.«9.iJS.^io 3012.^^2
m^^o .3ax.i.bo^i o;^i ao^iu .3a!2.aL!Si ^^^io
.^^^2^,Si jQ3iba.a:.^i .3oapk^S2 o7»2ba2o .So.^.x.^0L^i
(f. 107 a) w.>Si .^.M>L^i ^;«\,^io ..^^^iKaL^i 3cuA2o
oiisa^AM ^^ ot.3 usoro .d;.S^.^^2 ci.3 6%.^^2 >.^2
.oj»23m2 >^^^ 71^0 .o7»X^2 sta'ipis ^^ .q[S2o^^i

ou ^^2^ -^t-^^ ??9-^-3 "^^'^f^o rt>-^^ ^^ ^?
^iao2 (sic) ^ ^2^^ .*^oi3l^2^3i^i 0^.3 a>^o .*^aej:sbaS2

M ^^o .oiis32riL^ qi^Si 072^^32 .oi^^^o^ ^^23

on'b23:3 .ciislaoai^ ^3^tjba^2 .o]^i<2^, ^^0720 ;soio2Ao2

•^ 9^2 a^Ij^^i ^ b>3a^!s2 X^^i ^QoaJ^i .^0^



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The colophon, f. 108 a, states that the vohime was written
by one Kudsi ibn Makdisi Abraha {sic) ibn Habib, and finished
on the Friday of the Fast of the Nativity, 1st of (the 1st)
Kanun, A. Gr. 2011 =a.h. 1111 = a.d. 1699.

J^ y-^i .?23^i iflU.: yip ..32^3.Si 2?ar ais3^2
. aZte i Si Ai.< Iz'oZsM 3^2 y^o .32f ayi ;» ^yS l

» .^ uiJLfiuAi a«c^is^2apo .^2:o3: 73^00^^2.30

a?S2si2 ^i ^M ..52M^Si ^i m^fol ys^yl ^2 Jcx^^fy.
232 ^^^ ^^ttli^io ^32filSi ^^V^X ^2 .c^^^»^S2
^JldSi M^ ;o.^^3^* .d2^fxAi 23ot ^ab ^oV^axa
iiUSU ^32 .;o72>3i ^iQ33ki3l» ^32 .{sic) .32^3^2 ^/oya
ciA^lo J^Lo ■ciS,'^ :a^Sis ^ ii^yi ^aua .xabi»^i
^i ^ah>% ^ i^hlQ ;>i \^ ^» ;o\>io <* ^bolo ^»2
^^wOoo .pi >\^V^ o2 ^ii 3k^«o .A^aiSi ^260 23oi
3X1^^2 7J2l^ c^^4 ^>^^^^ ^^* -^^» \2'aLd.S2
on'ax^o ^A^2 c^i.o .<^323L^^i *^Q].2a :so* Ao2 ^aZa^i
.o;i.>V^2o] oi>m290 2akiS<o a^klioo A^lo .o;ii2ifiu 3m2oo

Next come the following lessons, f. 108 6.

101. For the Dead,

•:* ^*.*^o^^^i :SQQ>3 'S^^jt o;^^2 .^^3 2^«2o



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a. For Catholics, metropolitans, and bishops,

.c^;^2jq>^2o

h. For Doctors and Commentators,

c. For Priests, . ♦^2jQ>tQ2 w\^

d. For Virgins of both sexes,

<* is2l^d^io c^;^o^3^2o ^o^sk^

102. In scarcity of Rain, <* a>V^^2 «^^|k^

103. For the consecration of churches,

104. In the absence of legal consecrations,

105. For the consecration of a metropolitan and bishop,

106. At the time when the consecration is completed by
the Catholic,

107. In time of Famine, ^-^^S^S

Then follows another metrical subscription, ending with
some Arabic verses, one of which is corrupt.

•^V^? ^4^ ^^^ ^'V' ?$^ V^ ^



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;\^? OQJ^ lajtoa ^^ou. ^^4 ^o^V?

The catchword ^jW {sic) shows that a leaf is wanting after
f. 108.

F. 109 a exhibits the figure of a cross with the usual in-
scriptions, viz.

and

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Paper, about 12 in. by 8| ; originally 231 leaves, but the
first three are wanting; ff. 1, 3 and 4 are mutilated; quires of
10 leaves, but the first has now only 7, and there is a single
leaf at the end ; the pages are numbered with Coptic and
Arabic numerals ; 21 lines in a page. Written in Egypt, in a
good, regular Naskhi, inclining to the Maghribi type, and dated
A. Mart. 1466 = A.d. 1750 — watermark, 3 crescents with



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This volume contains
The work entitled ;G^)I sJ\j2c-\ or the " Confession of Faith

of the Fathers," the Arabic original of the better known Ethiopic
work Hdymanota Ahau (see in particular Zotenberg, Catal. des
MSS. ^thio'piens de la Bihl. nationale, no. 111). The name of
the compiler is not given in this copy.

1. Index, f 1 a :

jL».lj J£=> ililfcl pv^J aJ^-jjJI dJtolaJI Sj^^ljJI A-.-ji^t i,^^''**

iUJ'^)l ^ij v<«h''5'^I J^' iUoJiJi ju«a^3 ^J^a<Jt *t>^U3t j^

2. Exposition of the mysteries, addressed to the believers
before the offering (in Ethiopic, Temherta Khehu'dt), f. 4 a :

.- ^ i



J»Ijj JU-j 'wJ':i)l «J^a^3 (sic) ws*-Jlj C>*i3 OU (^.vJI '^^^'^i^



3. Extract from the Didascalia Apostolorum, {.5b:
j^JJI J-aiJI j-i aJLLwj^)! ^J ju^^HUt (^-J^' ^-^i' l^lSj
juMo'iU ^y^^l IJL^ o*i" O-**-* '-'^ '>l~.ft.^)l *L«L5 <u9 hj^>



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^ >* cr'J'^^J *^'>^' J^ L5* ^>" -^ 4-^**-* LT^' ^-5-5'^ *-^>*^
J^ JkJlft. 3*^ 'j^jjk.3i)l ^< (s^c) ju»». a) jkSteJI ^JJI 'AJbiil J^

' w>I^*n)I ,J^ vff«*:J J^->^I >* ^J>«J' 0-* ''•^^■J <*-«^51 ^_^J)I 'j-<i^l

4. Irenaeus of Lugdunum (according to others, Hierotheus
of Athens), f 5 6 :

O^ i^JJ' [read ^j^-iJ] ^juaJt »^_i_wl ^^Uj-jI JLS^

Another extract, f. 6 a :
' O^^^ t^iwl J-jj.'l j^^j cHi'-Jj'i' u*^«*^' ' J^* ^' J^'3
liul 1^ Ij^ UL^t ^^.^«)t ^t a^jLA^Jt wJ:jOI l^jju LeXL«

'"pi 'U^)I AJlj Uijju
See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. 704 sq.

5. Atiphiis (?), disciple of the Apostles and Patriarch of
Constantinople, from a homily on the Nativity, i. *oh:

See the text cited by Zotenberg in his Ckttal. p. 108.

6. Archaeus of Leptis, disciple of the Apostles, from his
epistle to Alexander, f. G 6 :

See the text cited by Zotenberg, Catal. p. 108, and Mai,
Spicil. Ro7n. iii. 707.



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7. Dionysius the Areopagite, from his letter to Timothy on
S. Peter and S. Paul, f . 7 a :

j^\x^ ^UjI cAfcwl (sic) j^jua.bjjjN)! ^J^y^^yt^ J^*5
OUI^XII (^jiww 'u^^ J^irif^ tr'J^^-*^ j^' 4jL.j ^ J^J^^

8. Ignatius, from one of his epistles, f. 7 6 :

See Lightfoot's Ignatius, vol. ii. § ii. pp. 885, 889.
Another extract from the 13th epistle, f. 8 6 :

'j-£^ A^U3I dJL/j ^i
See Lightfoot, op. cit, pp. 888, 890.

9. Gregory Thaumaturgus, from the homily on the Holy
Trinity, f . 8 6 :

S^S^^\^9 dUjLm^S wA.A.^1 w^la»jJ) %j\*0 ^^Jj^JUj£'\ ^l^J

See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. 696 ; Migne, Patrol. Gr. x. 1123.

From the Kara /x€po<; Trlari^;,
w»ll^ ^J^ w^^a^t «JLo ^^^j^suj£\ yj>^jJii\ IJJk ttful JlSj

.5jU'n)1 (sic) ji^l
See Mai, Script, vet. nova CoUectio, vii. 174, col. 2, 1. 1 ;
Migne, Patrol. Gr. x. 1117 a.

10. Gregory the Illuminator, archbishop of Armenia, three
extracts from his anaphora, f. 10 a :

1^ J^v^' O-^j*^' 4a5L»I [.^-^Jj \j^^3^j^^ t^~;J**^' \)^^3



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11. Alexander of Alexandria, f. 10 b:

Another extract, ibid.,

.Aa^^-^l Ja.'s) aJ15 jjJJt j.^^1 ^^ ^.^l IJjk lLi JlSj

See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. G99 ; Bibl. nova Patrum, ii. 529 sqq.;
Migne, Patrol. Gr. xviii. 583, 596, 604.

12. The Creed of Nicsea (Constantinople), the history of
the Council and its Canons, f. 10 6:



13. Athanasius, from the homily on the Incarnation of
God the Word, f 17 6:

^.0^^ AAJI^^ a^^l al)\ ju-aj; Ja.'s) U^l.5 \^\l ajli^ ^



See Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxviii. 25 sqq.
From the homily de Fide,

Compare Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxviii. 124, § 2.

From the same, ibid.,

.^jjj.JftJI j^3 - jJI j^3-wUjI ,_;-jj^| wJ*^! IJ^a l-fiul Jl5j

Compare Migne, /oc. cit. 124, last line — 128, first line.

From the homily on the Trinity and the Incarnation,
J^'N) AliiJLo ^ (^>-'jJ' i^i*-*^' ^«^^**«JI 'J^ ^:il J^^j
B. C. 58



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\j l^t i.>a»J 'jtA^^lt dj Ujla^ pii-jw^^t j.^jj^ ^JkA^M «^yU3t

' i^J^ j-s*" wJ*^' aJJI ^a jl^Ij ' vJ>*^3 ^^Jk^ 0-*>^ Uj^*.!

.^J] 'cl^J w - »- v*V:J C5**^' *^ L^jJ'

Confession of Faith, f. 21 h,

Three short extracts on the Unity of the nature of Christ,
f. 21 h.

From the homily on the soul and the body and the descent
of our Lord to Hades and His ascent with the just, f. 22 a :

.jljj'^b d3>K-oj ^9-Oto.aJI

From the homily on the Incarnation of our Lord, f 22 6:
j^JJI j..tny*,i\ ^^s t^J^-'j.H ^^*-jl^t j.^-^j*.aJI Ijjk tiijl JII3

See Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxviii. 25, A.
Two short extracts from the same, ihid.

From the third homily on the Holy Trinity against the
Arians, f. 22 6 :

^"iy. tr'J^A^M >t>yi^l ^i dJll (^Jilj ^U)l j.**<^l ^ JlSj
From the homily on the Incarnation, f. 22 6:

From the twelve precepts which he addressed to Constan-
tino (Constans) the son of Constantino, when he recalled him
from exile, f. 23 a :



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4*^j ^Ls- ^<*5I ^J^-jjJl ^^.^UjI i^^j^SJI tjjb Lojl J^5^

See the Arabic text quoted by Zotenberg, Catal. p. 110.
From the Epistle to Epictetus of Corinth, f. 25 a:

.j^LlJ^S (..iiw! (sic) ,jm)aiSj\ ^\

See Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxvi. 1049—1069.

14. Basil, from the third book against Eunomius, f. 30 a:

From his Epistle to Amphilochius (?), f 30 a :

From the 4th book against Eunomius, on Prov. viii. 22,
f. 30 b :

See Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxix. 704.

Confession of faith regarding the holy Trinity, f. 31 a :

See Migne, Patrol. Gr. xxxi. 464.

Confession of faith prefixed to the 106 Canons, f. 33 6 :

•O-S^'V *'^*^-5 ^-^ L5*-^ A**"''^^ Ji' L5*

See Zotenberg, Catal. p. 111.

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15. Gregory Nyssen, from hom. xv. on the Song of Songs
(not in the Greek text), f. 34 a :

J

From the homily on the Baptism of our Lord (not that
In diem Luminum), f. 34 6 :

.o^aJIj <iJ jJbl.^)! w>^)t O3.03

From the homily on Philippians, ch. ii. 5 sqq., f. 35 a,
^a.t u~«-*J ^^A-jl (j*»^jj ^ JJ.C t ^_;«.JJLAJI w)*^! IJa ^-^I U^^J

•^'vfr^jJ-^ i^^ 'j^ ^ 'V^J J>*:J
From a homily on repentance, f. 35 6 :

16. Felix of Rome, three short extracts from a homily on
the Incarnation and the Faith, f. 38 a :

j>M.Sh,2i\ 15^ t^"**"* L5^ *^^jj "^J-i^^ t/~^*^ Juy>tJI ^^5j

See the text of the first two in Zotenberg's Catal., p. 112,
and a translation of the third in Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. 702.

The text runs thus :
'jk^-I^JI A^y.sV> O/Xajj 'Ua'n)I c^~»j -te-j-«^U ^j'n)I j^-ejj



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4J3 '(sir) ju^ft. jLa A^X^l dJJt ^A 'A*jjj 'Nj.j J.-01JU I-ajIj

^(».l_5 (.^aiiJ:. ^ 'O^*^' >*■' (^^ L&J**^'' ^^J - * O-* J^-'i >*3
' A^^a^j (>a^ i^jS^ s^jXkj^ O"*^^ "^ L>0^ ' J^^-'j >*>*^'

17. Hippolytus (Julius) of Rome, from his epistle to
Dionysius, f. 38 6 :

^Jl aDUj i^ Aj^ojj >^j - ij-y-i u«'»A-j'3-jl L/*>JJ^" J^^J

See Migne, Patrolog. Lot. viii. 929, ami compare De Lagarde
Anal. Syr., p. 67.

From the epistle to Prosdocius,
11 A-j^jj j)jjj.)aJ ^ju)^ ^^ia<.)l IJkA ^< L^>*"' iUUj

.(sic) ,.;-^«». b uHj"^

See Migne, Patrolog. Lat. viii. 953, and compare De Lagarde,
Anal. Syr., p. 70.

From the epistle to Dionysius, f. 41 h.

From the epistle to all the bishops of Christendom, f. 41 6 :

iljjj.Ja.j ^j,J^^ J^liil ^Xa.JI tJ*.A ^.« l5>*"' ^^'■-'J ^-^b

See Mai, Script, vet. nova Coll. vii. 168; Migne, Patrol. Lat.
viii. 876.

On the unity of the nature of Christ, •s - >~.^l A-Jt.*^.^ J.*.*^,
three extracts, f. 42 a and b.



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From the homily on the Incarnation of God the Word,
f. 43 a :

From the same, f. 44 a :

From the epistle to Severianus of Gabala, f. 44 a :
4jJL»j i-J ii*^jj ^j-ij^-i \j^^^^ (.^jjiiSJt IJ^Jk J^-Sj

See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. 703 ; Migne, Patrolog. Lat. xx.
611.

18. Silvester of Rome, from his controversy with the Jews,
f. 44 6 :

0^*^ i3VS^^ ^S-^LSJ ^J-ij-^i i,^>>-Ai\ ^_H/Jau~M*AX«j Aj>la.-o ,J^

See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iii. 701 ; Migne, Patrolog. Lat. viii. 814.

19. Antalius (Vitalianus) of Rome, called "the shining
lamp," f. 45 a :

yj^^l ' dL.«5j |-.<4»*J1 '^j-ij'^. (^•^'-oJ' p*'^'«a-oJI v./~JUaJl ^Jl5^
^Ai a.o-^JC3I aDI ^I ' jk— aJlj {sic) U-oJofc-j j^J^ ij^*^) ^'^'

' Aj^.u>JI 3Jka>.;») ljk.>~». 1^-Oj ' ^Aa».A*~.« J'i^3 J'H^'^ J't^ ^ ^^ ^£^

20. Ephraim Syrus, from a homily on the blessed Virgin,
f. 45 a :

* The translator took the words /xe/ oXiywv for a proper name, as Zotenberg
has pointed out.

t In the Ethiopia translation this piece is rightly ascribed to Innocent of
Rome. See Zotenberg, Catal., p. 113.



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From the same homily, f. 45 6.

From a homily on the parable of the Pearl, three extracts,
f. 45 6 :

.SjjJt j-j—AJ 1^ ^eljil cjU ,_;-^j^aJI I^A 1-ajI JlSj

21. Proclus of Constantinople, from the homily on the
Nativity, f. 46 b,

.Ju^a^tb ^A^^M^o-St l^oAawo S^'n)j

See Zotenberg's Catal., p. 113

Two extracts from a homily on S. Thomas, f 47 (i :

.Uy Ja.^) Alls ,^>il j.«-j<.n O-"* '"^:i' J^h
From a homily on the Incarnation of God the Word, f 47 a :

See Migne, Patrolog. Gr. Ixv. 684.

From another homily, f. 47 a :
j.o-iyi l>j.i\ ^ 'a) j.^^ ^ c^A.5j.jl ^jj.a!I Ij^ l-i:fl J^h

From the epistle to the Armenians, f. 47 6 :

.al;^J^)l ^1 asai^j ^ c^^aJI !«>'* ^-^' J^^i

Another extract, t6id :
.y^\c^\ ^r^. O' O-^ ^^ *^' ^-^^ 'u-^joJUt IJA Liul J153



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• O-e*^' (^' '■J*^ >o-~**:! u-^'i •^•■'i Ji*^' 0"« >* ?>-*■— 0.M f^jSiA
From the homily on the Annunciation, ibid. :

Sjl^ J^*j a)15 i^JlII j-o-j^-H ^ Lr<J-XAJl IJJb liul Jllj

. Sj.A IJaJI ^^^Vj.^ (^jJ»aJ' Sjk*-JJ J'.Jj-.fr J"^ll
Compare Migne, Patrolog. Gr. Ixv. 733 B— 736 B.

From a homily on the Faith, ibid. :

.aj{a'^\ ^J.ef.*^ Aa^j j>*-f^ 15^ ^o^' J^*J

From a homily on the Nicene Creed, f. 48 a:
From a homily on the Incarnation, f. 48 a :

Uju-J Ju~a^ c)'*?''^ */■«♦* J^^ U-"^^:"' u-«J»X*JI '-iA ^o^' J''fS

See Mai, Spicil. Rom. iv. p. Ixxxviii ; Migne, Patrolog. Gr.
Ixv. 641.

22. Severianus of Gabala, f. 50 a :

^>:! U^J^^ ^ Jjj U^ - i' J^ («^') L5^ 'Ju-aJb jj:jj^t

23. Eupraxius of Armenia, two extracts, f. 50 a:
See Mai, <Spici7. i^07?i. iii. 707 — 8.



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24. John of Jerusalem on the deed, f. 50 b :

See Caspari, Qmllen zur Gesch. des Taufsymhols, i. p. 161 sqq.

25. Theodotus of Ancyra, extracts from the homily on the
Nativity, f. 52 6 :

' l.UftXafc~« a».<.>.>^)l p^^ l>>^^•^ c^'*^''^

26. Epiphanius of Cyprus, from the Ancoratus, § xxx,
f. 54 a :

Other extracts from the same work, f. 54 b, sqq.
From his treatise " on the 12 Gems," f. 61a:

OU «xj\ sJuj^ fjtj wJ^iaj C**j i^ UaIa (^pC)j 'j>ai-^ j-^

O^^^ u^^^ 3^ V^^' **■:• I j 'g ^ ■'■ ' 3 j^J^JI ^ejJI^ ^ u^jS- <xJ\ ^_j-oj "n)

Another extract from the Anco7\itus on the Resurrection,
f. 61 a :

.Ol^'Nll a^Ls J.».^) L/j-oJt w»^^ (^ ^' Jl^j

See Zotenberg's Catal., p. 115, col. 2, at the foot.



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27. Gregory Naziatizen, on the Consubstantial Trinity,
f. 66 a:

From the homily on the Son, f. 67 h :
From the 1st epistle to Cledonius, f. 68 a :

From the homily on the Nativity, f. 68 6 :

28. John Chrysostom, on the consubstantial Trinity, f. 69 a :

Horn. vii. on the Epistle to the Hebrews, f. 69 6 :

On the Nativity, three short extracts, f. 75 6:

From the commentary on S. Matthew's Gospel, two short
extracts, f. 76 a.

From hom. Ixxvii. on the Gospel of S. John, f. 76 a.
From the homily on the Nativity, three extracts, f. 76 h.
From hom. Ixxvii. on S. John's Gospel, f. 78 a.

On Ps. xlix., f. 78 a :
djt-J j3-«j-« ^-^AJ 15* lyJto^ t«*Jl 5^P»U.oJI [_i l-ia-)t ^Jlsj



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See Migne Patrolog. Gr. Iv. 213—4.

From horn. iii. on 2nd Corinthians, f. 78 6.

From horn. iv. on Hebrews, ibid.

From hom. iii. on Ephesiaus, four extracts, ibid.

From hom. iv. on Ephesians, f. 80 b.

From hom. v. on Ephesians, ibid.

From the homily on the Ascension, four extracts, f. 81 a:

From the homily on the Annunciation, f. 82 a :

From the Commentary on Ephesians, f. 82 6.

From the homily on the Nativity, four short extracts, f. 82 6 :

29. Theophilus of Alexandria, on the Faith, f. 82 6 :
«bjjkJCw'N)t jl.oJa*JI AXjj^\ ^jJij^ i.,J-jSjU u-«:J.>^l JL5

From the 21st festal letter, f. 83 a :

JUS'S)! J.^3 ^ l-ljla^ ^3 ^j^^ Ch> 0^^'^^=» *^J

30. Cyril of Alexandria, confession of faith, f 83 a :
See Migne, Patrolog. Gr. Ixxvii. 312 sqq.



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Confession of fliifch from the dialogues addressed to Hermias,
f. 83 6 :

A homily on the Trinity, f, 85 a :

From his letter to John of Antioch, f. 87 a:

Another extract, f. 87 b, beginning :

Another extract on the faith, f. 87 b :
w>j yk AJjJ^AJ J^JJt l<« iiU'^)! ^-S ^jmJjSi\ IJcA I-ajI J^5$

l^^ dUJ^jJIj 6^i^\ Ji,ai.o ^^^ dJ ?».5ij '"-^J c^:!**^ "jt^^ Ul~.jl

^^^-o jyJI 'aDI ^><e aDI A^iCJI ^A Jj ' Jtt*^ !/*^=> '3^3 'V-^

From the letter addressed to the monks t)f Egypt on the
blessed Virgin, f. 88 b :

^ OW*p' 1^^ -T^ u-^hj^ ^*<JI u^J^^ 'J^A LiwI JlSj

.j^jjuOt ^^j-0i5;-o 4JN)I SjJIj Jj*.'^) aJ j-otrO

From the 2nd treatise to Calosyrius against the anthropo-
morphists, f. 88 6 :

.^j^-— J j^JJI LyJ*^' ajU£» t-i Liul Jl5j

From the treatise to Theodosius on the true faith, f. 89 a :
dJto'^)! J^*^j >iU-oJI ^3^~'3-i»3U) LjJlS iUli« ,j^ Iwiul dJj



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From the treatise addressed to John of Antioch, f. 89 a :

(sic) ^^■iSJ ' A^sjj ji^ j-*»J' <iuys^) i***Lj ^Uj ^3 ' dLL^Si^^ j-*^"

From a letter to Nestorius, f. 89 6 :

See Migne, Patrolog. Gr. Ixxvii. 45 — 48 c.

From the treatise Quod unus sit Christus, f. 90 a :

From the fifth book against the blasphemies of Nestorius
(Kara tmv 'NeaTopiou Sva(j)7]/j,(ov nrevra^i^Xo'i dvTipp7](Ti,<i)>
f. 90 6 :

From the letter to John of Antioch, f 91a:

See Migne, Patrolog. Gj\ Ixxvii. 176.

From a letter to , bishop of Amorium (?),

Xj^l w-ftiwi {sic) ^j,.^\i\ ^^Jl c^-i-*^' '->^ »>« *'' - 'j
Beginning, f. 91a:

From a letter to , bishop of Miletus (?), f 91 6 :



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w-^a;^ jJJ/*JjJ bla*Jl '{sic) JkoJ^ 4^i>toJ:)b jl-tf) AJlj ' s-xJi:^^

From the letter of Cyril and the synod of Alexandria to
Nestorius, four extracts, ending with twelve anathemas, f. 91 6 :

From a letter to Nestorius, f 93 a :

jj[^\ JjUfi- ^<h^a»J t^J'il Os5^' ^^ 5^=> 'jIh* •^-'i-J^*-*-:!

From the treatise on the faith addressed to Nestorius, two
extracts, f. 95 a:

From the letter to the Orientals, f. 96 b:

.(j^Sj-ioJI ^_^JI u^j^'=> u-^^t vo^J'j^' '«>A (>«3

From the Confession of Faith written in the second year of
the cycle, ibid. :

From the letter to Nestorius, ibid. :
From the Thesaurus, two extracts, f 97 a:
From the letter to the priest Eulogius, ibid. :



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Brief extract, ibid. :

Another, t6icZ. :

Extract beginniug, f. 97 b :
j.^«j. J.0.I3 o^^ O' ''^^ cH3^3UJ» aJIS l^ l-iul JI53

'A^ jJlaJ ^JJI j-i-il c^-i*- >*3 'I^aXo. ^JJI aj3-,UI_s
.ZJI 'ilaJ^)l JJU o-o ^~-oJ>^ Ot^J^ C>^ xrv^ -'^h J*^
From the 5th homily on 1st Corinthians, f. 98 a:

From the treatise on the Incarnation of the Word, f 98 a :
.a^JUCll u-^b J-».l O^ liul J^b

From the Thesaurus, bk. i., f. 100 a; from bk. ii. ch. 7, ibid.;



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