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7. Palm Sunday, f. 119 6.

The seventh Monday, f. 129 6.
The seventh Tuesday, f. 131 6.
The seventh Wednesday, f. 134 a.
The Thursday of the Passover, f. 137 a.
The Friday of the Crucifixion, f. 141 a.
The Great Saturday, f. 154 6.

8. Easter Sunday, f. 160 6.

Monday in the Week of Weeks, f. 165 a.
Tuesday, f. 165 6. Imperfect.

9. Hymns for the services of the ferial days, according to
the use of the Daira 'Ellaita, f. 166 6. See above, p. 188,
These are 26 in number, the last of which is imperfect.

(1) First hymn, f. 166 6, with six ;^MoaC.

(2) Second hymn, f 180 6, with five ?^^a3:.

(3) Third hymn, f. 193 6.



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(4)

(5:

(6)

(7;

(9j
(10)

(ii;

(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)

(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)



Oo. 1. 9
Fourth hymn, f. 194 6, with one ^£iS>*^OX.

Fifth hymn, f. 1 97 b, with one ?4S.^ftiy.

Sixth hymn, f. 200 b, with three ^^XmOS.

Seventh hymn, f. 208 a.

Eighth hymn, f. 211 b.

Ninth hymn, f. 213 a, with five ?^S.j^<>t,

Tenth hymn, f. 221 a, with one |A-SiMf?\T

Eleventh hymn, f. 223 a, with four ^^Ow>*aa;.

Twelfth hymn, f. 234 &.

Thirteenth hymn, f. 235 a, with two J^XiAOae.

Fourteenth hymn, f. 238 b, with one ZmmaOX.

Fifteenth hymn, f 240 a.

Sixteenth hymn, f. 242 a, with two ISi\m,OX,

Seventeenth hymn, f. 250 a.

Eighteenth hymn, f, 251 b, with five ^^VmOS^.

Nineteenth hymn, f. 263 a, with three ;^\M.aaE.

Twentieth hymn, f. 265 b, with five }^\m>OX,

Twenty-first hymn, f, 275 a.

Twenty-second hymn, f. 276 6,

Twenty-third hymn, f. 276 b.
Twenty-fourth hymn, f, 280 a, with one j^ j > ^ a3>.
Twenty-fifth hymn, f. 282 a, with one ;^\a*03:.
Twenty-sixth hymn, f. 284 a. Imperfect,



Oo. 1. 9; 1. 10 1051

Ff. 60 a, 241 b are blank : on the former there is some
Malayalim.

The upper half of £ 284 b is pasted over. There is a scrawl
in a S. Indian Syriac hand on f. 7 b.

At the beginning there is an incomplete table of contents.
The title outside is LiTURGiA Syriaca.

Buchanan collection.

Oo. 1. 10

Paper, about 10^ in. by 7 ; 268 leaves, numbered in Malay-
alim, originally 30 quires, signed with Syriac letters, of
10 leaves, but the first three are wanting, of the fourth only
5 remain, and the last has 13 (f. 268 is mutilated). The leaves
of the twenty-seventh quire have been disarranged. Written
in neat Nestorian hands, occasionally pointed, of the xvii —
xviiith cent, f 81 is a later supply ; 23 — 25 lines on a page.

The former prophets &c. in the Peshitta version, divided
into capitula which are numbered both separately in each book
and continuously throughout.

1. Judges, f 1 a. It begins with cSfZo, ch. i. v. 3.

2. 1 Samuel, f. 28 a.

3. 2 Samuel, f. 61 a.

4. 1 Kings, f. 92 b.

5. 2 Kings, f 130 a.

6. Proverbs, £ 167 a.
Subscription, £ 193 a:

^^ ^OCnp 3u03 ia *^^0u.^X3 ^:N.bX3u«i ^^-x

7. Ecclesiasticus, £ 193 a.

8. Ecclesiastes, £ 237 b.



1052 Oo. 1. 10; 1. 11

9. Ruth, f. 247 b.

10. Song of Songs, f. 251 b.

11. Job, f. 256 a. Imperfect, ends with 3uajQ> o^ (ch.
xviii. V. 19) in the middle off. 267 b.

The writing on the first fifteen pages has somewhat faded.
In many places the outer margins, which had been cut away,
are repaired.

There are characters in Malayalim and traces of Syriac on
f. 2G8 b.

The contents have been described on a leaf inserted at the
beginning. The title outside is LiBRi HisTORici Vet. Testa-
ment. Syriace.

Buchanan collection.

Oo. 1. 11

Paper, 9f in. by 7 ; 280 leaves ; 19 — 20 lines on a page.
The pages (1 — 288) are numbered in Syriac from f 2 6 to
f. 143 a, and there are traces of an enumeration in Malayalim ;
ff. 186 and 189 are inverted. Written in several Nestorian
hands and dated A.D. 1734.

The MS. contains various Biblical and Apocryphal books,
bound up with other matter.

1. Hymns by one Peter, of the Society of Jesus, on the
lexicon of John the Baptist Ferrarius (a native of Siena),

published at Rome in 1622. F. 1 a is numbered y%^l .O , and

f. 1 6 wMlkti, this leaf belongs therefore between £f. 80 and 81.

F. U :
^ ;*&oibo U^oJti jio6i\^^ ^>iJseiy^l l6sJ^o»



Oo. 1. 11 1053

Beginning :
^2^ iS43i^^2 .;&a60i^bo ^ou .Zi^^oau ;oif ;.32

F. 1 a begins :
J^l ;^0023 .U^aObO .tAixS y.070^iil3 .ll^^Ou ^2^o

m070^*29 .;jji;S ^ao^ ^2s3 .;3.^3Abo ^o^^Sk^o .JiA^

This is followed by a poem of fourteen lines in twelve-
syllabled metre each ending in utj :

2. A poem by the Maronite Isaac Shadrensis* for John
the Baptist Ferrarius, f . 2 a :

^^X33bb03 .2ab*baSis ^*&o^^ ^loSade ^i^bo bCL>fix>2
^o* a{^p ;3uau*o liCLM .^32 'J5;^ ^boooa^a ^Aio'ibos

.Sb036^^ ^ Ixy'sO'^M ^ou ua2

.3Mf2 5^ ^^obAX 9b*^3 Uaox Abas

Alphabetical.

3. 1 Esdras, f 3 a :

;»o*ba S >3t » 5^2 ^9 ;uo)o .; <* 23f2^3 ;^M3^ ;:i^a

* See Ah9. B.O. t. i. p. 522, Zotenberg, Cat. nos. 265—267.



1054 Oo. 1. 11

Subscription, f. 26b:
\\^3 .230kP l»MpJi oor ^010^*2 ^^a lia]o .;aXx

4. 2 Maccabees, f. 26 6 :

5. 3 Maccabees, f. 63 b :

Subscription, f. 80 a :

.^ :2 :^5 .;.aLtt»3 ;:n^V? ly^a ^a^

6. Canticle for Friday, f. 81 a : ;:sou33^3 ^iS-^O^ (on
f. 81 b title ;^o3oi^d ;^aAa^).

. j;o .32^ Ai'^aoo laoij ^3^ o2 . 2 . vp^^ ^^?

Alphabetical ; each line ends with Mua (or lO]0) Ji<7)3

7. Apocalypse of S. John, f. 82 a.
Beginning :

crjA^io xa 33JE 3A ^solo . ^*ocr^ "^V^^d /Lop ^X«2
o]isopapJBao la^lp aiif^M Ss* pausalp ^Ou oiao^

The text appears to agree closely with Oo. 1. 21 (the differ-
ences consist chiefly of variations in the order of words).



Oo. 1. 11 1055

The colophon (f. 104 a) states that this MS. was finished in
A.D. 1734 in a convent of the Barefooted Carmelite friars.

;^dA3\ ^bo ;o^2 ^^^? ^13^ ^?^4^ sSablo ^A^^^o
;auu auMd .3ui .^y**l ^'dxfis .1^,^^ Im^l ^aX*. :au3«b9
^A)\iboo rifiUbo V?M"M.«o ^393 ;^*bas 2iboo^o ly^pst

JSwb9f23 ^^oS ;.X39 \iJX3 U ^ ^ ^Abo'ia 5^6<^3

;i3o!^ ^imAs ^o2^ s^iboa ^ixaS^m ^'oaacT ^liauapoa

.^2

8. Table of festivals for the whole year, starting with first
Teshrin, f. 105 a.

9. On the origin of the three days' fast, f 11 5 & :
^00)9 ^aAxm v^obo «^SoA dv^2 ^^^o^ ^?^? }^^

yJAI^isl Ipo) \\^' .2s*bo ^*i^ >&3 ^^ op9 ?^i>bOin

.;ba^ 0^9 ^ou ;^^^^^ ^e^ ^^? IhoSj^ ^

^ajS>A yyA9^2 ^sdc-As.^ :souu^o .;^^o.bo y^.^a^2o

2901 ?^oa^\,9 Ub^o^So .;n>^ ^^92 .itotono ;^ab.90ba3

^^aSoao ^'ouo ^aXa ^^o^lS^ ^oSo la^l ^^ ^ts39 ^07

10. Esther, f. 117 a.

11. 1 Chronicles, f. 129 a.

There is a space between chaps, xxvii. and xxviii. (f. 166 a).



1056 Oo. 1. 11

12. 2 Chronicles, f. 170 6.
Subscription, f. 223 a :

13. Mutilated fragments containing: (a) portions of a
service for Palm-Sunday, ff. 224 b, 225 b, (b) astronomical and
unimportant notes, including a subscription to Ecclesiasticus,
f. 226 b :

.3iO .^oo! I'Xk^ xa l^^o^tp ;«aoaA

.sxo .^'ysi^ ;^M^ .2XJQ32 xsp ;:^^3kM ^do\x

14. Ezra, f. 227 a.

15. Nehemiah, f 241 b.

16. On Excommunication and other matters of Church
Discipline, f. 264 a: ^'y**^ l^OOXO.

17. A fragment consisting of Rev. xiv. 13 — 20, f. 270 a.

18. A part of a Syr.-Malayalim grammar, f. 271.

19. Orders of the Apostles, from the Canons of 'Abhd-ish5' ;
cp. G.B.V., t. iii., pp. 181 sqq., no. cxxviii. (1), also a S. Indian MS.

Beginning, f. 276 a :

«30fisa2s 4opo ^ ^ \>*«y> Ul 2ad:» a*aM^bOi^ >^i»
^oopM^a^fis ^yJ^ l^J^ obf>A9 ^JOobOAO ^a^a UoAti
0007 OiiflJQ> *> i <* ;^^M^^ ^'^dO^a *> ;&'ibo^^bo «^3M9



Oo. 1. 11; 1. 12 105Y

^>»? .^^^o ^M 2?cj.3? .Jxa2? cia.33 o7^.*^2.«
eoo) a^>A» .is .^s ^bo 2v>^^ ^>» ^^ ^^^bo^os^
^ktio ^^xbax^ 2ooi^ ;aiS3a^^MA3 ^x^piA i.'^.»S.Jx ao^

;ax3a**3o .;bo\^^ 2ooi -a? ;3tf3au»30 2ft^» ^^ ^»

F. 278 ends with the Twenty-fourth order.
20. A fragment of a grammatical tract, f. 279.
F. 279 a : 2*A*a J»X ^^-

F. 279 6: ;x*3 2»*Jt& Jis*, ;x*3 .2mJK? ;»cu*^ \^.

Ff. 104 6, 123 6, 128 6, 223 6, 224 a, 22.5 a, 205 6, 270 6 are
blank. F. 280 is mutilated, and bears traces of Syriac and
Syriac-Malayalim .

The contents have been written on the inside cover at the
beginning.

The title outside is LiBRi HiSTORici Veteris Testam :
Syriac^.

Buchanan collection.

Oo. 1. 12

Paper, 9 in. by 6| ; 142 leaves; 18 quires (irregular);
19 lines in a page. Written in a neat Nestorian hand, with
occasional points, probably of the xviiith cent.

B. c. 6^



1058 Oo. 1. 12

1, An account of the contents of the Psalms. The MS.
begins in the middle of Ps. xxiii., f. 1 a :

.^i^<y**o ^v^s .^^9f'i» ;^oa«^3 ;^o3u^^a .^.Z.*^

I'^Om, l^^ :ajQ>3boo ;33 lai^lp a)isai^ioJS>» -^V^

Subscription, f. 20 6 :
k^u\^3 l-^\ (sic) 9uOp l^^ytiO^ ^3 «.<3tAoOkJQ> ^UJC

.2'3M..Ma ;i^^»0 ^>.a3 ;LV^OiJQ» JS^Ck ^b9

2, A commentai-y on Genesis. Preface, f 21a:

;i'^^B iaisA ^ ^^N^tjs 9>.» ?3X» l6s^.&.*J^JAJ3
lyjb^iop ;^A^o2^ ;«»abd lyl^so jOxo^ \^ ^iQ>ao3^92

End of the Preface, f. 22 6 :

iscu>/&^A»3 ^ff^^'ix^o U>o'i A.:ao Soo^i^ ^^xAbo ^oiAi

Beginning of the commentary, f. 22 6:
^^\m ;ia*xo >s^X3 (f. 23 a) y\ ^«3 iJOx^i^Jso ?3.1^ao ^



Oo. 1. 12: 1. 13 1059

^JS^.3 JQXf./Q>03L^^2 WQ>0.*\20 .2>.3 A.^3 >^
^30!9 pp^ JSi*lla* ;l30^0 . \ . ^ . v^bM ^O3JUi3^a09
.^Ou^o29 ^^ yJAX^M ^S^Oj, \^3 . o . 2a^i02bO3

The work contains the following divisions :

(a) On Divination by Astrology.

. ;^^i3u\o^oa\^2 ^^Qboo^ ^

Chap, i., f. 57 h, chap, ii., f. 61 b, chap, iii., f. 6Q b.

(b) The work of the fifth day, f 68 b.

(c) On Gen. i. 26, f. 78 b.

(d) OnGen. i. 30, f. 114 6.

(e) On Gen. ii. 2 sq., f. 126 a.

(/) On Gen. ii. 6, f 128 a.

(g) On Gen. ii. 7, f. 139 6. Imperfect, breaking off at
f. 142 b.

The title outside is Comment, on Genesis, Syriace.
Buchanan collection.

Oo. 1. 13

Paper, 9f in. by 7 ; 117 leaves (dirty and in poor condition,
with margins cut) numbered with Syriac letters up to »4-3-0 ;
16 quires, usually of 10 leaves, but the first four are wanting,
18 lines on a page. Written in Jacobite, with Eastern points,
probably of the xvith cent.

A service-book, imperfect, for certain festivals of the year.
Each service is accompanied with hymns and prayers, the latter
by Mar Jacob, and Mar Ephraim.

67—2



1060 Oo. 1. 13

1. The leaves numbered 1 to Ik) are missing, the MS. begins
in the middle of the order for the Ascension.

Subscription, f. 3 6:
x2iLo'L»]y ^ciX loi^ Icoj^ InXoTDj Ua^ :>q\^

2. The Commemoration of Mar Bar-sauma, f. 4a:
•liDOt^^i:) ^Ao t^jjX) "|^SQ_» o^Kj^j l^^t *^oL

3. Pentecost, f. 18 6:

4. The " Friday of Gold," f. 30 a :

oiLd] »cd^1) ^iDj '|t-»..^t_-KKX oVi> o] p ^-j-^a^o ^oikiBj

5. The Commemoration of Mar George, f. 38 6 :

At the end is the following apology, f. 47 6 :
^4k) l»o-i2i Uc^j-i) ^ iL_KKk5 l^oAi) ^aAj P

.V»-^? ^ JsOQ-, ttC^AaZ"! *i2i^.^Z1) l^cno ."i[n]£Daj _*.\ "jooi

6. The Commemoration of Peter and Paul, f. 47 6 :
.«CDqZ^o].£)0 JDO;..^]^ \ 1 N'sV) ]S1 1 1^ > ^^.M^h iCQH^

7. The Commemoration of the Twelve Apostles. The
beginning is lost.

Subscription, f. 68 6 :



Oo. 1. 13; 1. 15 1061

8. The Commemoration of Mar Thomas, f. 68 6 :

.)-K» I \> |i£)oI ^^Ld ]}^q_« o^_.^5 ]n)ni *^oZ

9. The Commemoration of Cyriacus and Julitta, and Mar
Andreas and Mar Abhhai the bishop, f. 78 a.

10. The feast of Tabernacles, f. 86 6 :

11. The festival of the Virgin, £95 6 (?).
Subscription, f. 108 a :

. . . r^u5 cjutja^ ) ]'^^t i>Ci^

12. The festival of the Cross, f 108 a :

."ij-DOj^ In I \»3 l^-.,^ "Ijt? ]mn^ ^oZ
Subscription, f. 117 6.

There is an Arabic scrawl at the head of f. 90 b.
The title on the fly-leaf inside is Liturgia Maronita ;
outside LITURGIA SYRIACA.
Buchanan collection.



Oo. 1. 15

Paper, 10{ in. by 7^ ; 52 leaves ; 6 quires of 8 leaves, and
4 leaves at the end, signed with Syriac letters, 21 — 24 lines on
the page. Written in a regular Nestorian hand, with occasional
points, and dated A.D. 1691.

1. The introduction bears the title (in pencil) Officium
Feriale, and includes the Gospel for daily use (from S. John)
in Karshiini, and four canons, f. 1 a.

2. Order of the consecration of the Apostles (heading in
pencil Oficiwm Apostoloram), f 5 6:



1062 Oo. 1. 15

3. The consecration of an altar with oil (heading in pencil,
Oficium Altaris), f. 17 6:

.;^3d9^ l^Siih «Si^ >sho^ .J^aibaS %^^ JESOb

4. The ordination of Readers, Subdeacons, Deacons, and
Priests (heading in pencil, Ritas Ordinationis etc.), f. 33 6. The
ordination of Archdeacons is given on f. 42 a.

5. Prayers, and lessons in Kaishvmi and Syriac, f 44 b.

The colophon (f 45 b) states that this MS. was written in
A.D. 1691 in the time of Pope Innocent XII., at Rome, by
the metropolitan Simeon of Amid.

w5 :seu w5 bd:s<is3UQ» ooa^fibo^i C32^^2 orpo; AiA^

a2C9A« ^39 ;1a>2 c^ ^ o;^3;^2 :sgu ^o;^2 ^3^^

*l* o^Mu*jQ}bo^2

mSm 0^:100*^2 a^iSMA ^2&a2 »Smi^ : oia>.3L3^^2 c^^^oa
aipo] ^^9^2 (f. 46 a) .^2o • ^Ao^a^ wiaoo jQ30a\4
.^2o .^3^1 d2 .^i^>;^2 30^2 p2.i.2 ^ a2^.>.^2
aJ. ^» ^6s3a2 .<^2o .ax^ wa2^^2 ^iQ30uJQ»3^1oLiu2 ;^25
:aoMb^^2 ^2 •^.^ax K^2a\^ ^^.ojcdio^l ;^S^^2 yJOj^Sl
cpo^3,bo ^a^o '.3^2 <h^pisp ^ o^joii^o opkjQM : x.X^2



Oo. 1. 15; 1. 17 1063

F. 49 6 is blank.

The contents have been written on a leaf at the beginning
of the MS.

The title outside is Ritualis Syiuace.
Buchanan collection.

Oo. 1. 17

Paper, 8f in. by G|- ; 280 leaves (the enumeration passes
from 161 to 163), of which ff. 239—241 are much torn. The
MS. originally contained at least 35 quires of 10 leaves, signed
with Syriac letters ; but the first two are lost, the third

has 6, the fifteenth, seventeenth and the last (signed o{2i) 9,

the sixteenth 8, and at least 4 quires are wanting between
ff. 168 and 171 ; 17 lines in a page. Written in Nestorian,
probably of the middle of the xvith cent.

A Lectionary from the Epistles and Gospels for the Sun-
days, Festivals, etc. of the year. Except where specially noted,
the rubrics etc. agree with Add. 1975, p. 58sqq. above.

1. The commencement is wanting. The MS. begins on
f. 1 a with Rom. xvi. 5 (uSUau) — 27, belonging to the Com-
memoration in Summer.

F. 2 « :

.23k30jQ>3 ^^is? oor ^^2 ihJb <* ^^^o2
See Add. 1975, no. 9, p. 60 above.

2. The second Sunday after the Nativity, f. 2 a:
Rom. XV. 1—13; S. Luke ii. 21—52.



1064 0.0. 1. 17

3. The Epiphany, f. 6 a :

Titus ii. 11— iii. 7, 1 Tim. i. 17 ; S. Matt. iii. 1—17.

4. The Friday of the Commemoration of S. John the
Baptist, f. 9a:

Ephes. iii. 1—21 ; S. Mark vi. 14 (^baX li3^ OOp)— 29,
with the last three words of S. Matt. xiv. 12.

5. The first Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 12 6.
Ephes. i. 3—14; S. Luke iv. 14—30.

6. The Commemoration of S. Peter and S. Paul, f. 15 «.

2 Corinth, x. 1— xi. 33 ; S. Matt. xvi. 13—19, S. John xxi.
15—25.

7. The second Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 19 b.
Coloss. ii. 8 — 15, iii. 1 — 4, with the last five words of

Hebr. xiii. 21 ; S. John i. 1—28.

8. The Friday of the Connnemoration of the Evangelists,
f. 22 b :

.^\fs\\xolp ;&fxao33 ;^303^3

1 Corinth, iv. 9—13, 2 Corinth, i. 8—14, Philemon 23—
25 ; S. Matt. ix. 35 (^>a^» aaD Jocio)— x. 15.

9. The third Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 25 b.

1 Thess. iii. 5 (^ UQ>oAo.5 ;.a2 ^l l^O] i^bo)— 13,

and the last five words of Hebr. xiii. 21 ; S. John i. 29 — 42.

10. The Commemoration of S. Stephen, f. 28 a :

.23c;a JOftiAyifttlB ^a^aoaa



Oo. 1. 17 1065

1 Corinth, i. 10—17, xvi. 15—24; S. Matt. xi. 20 (^» 9A
;ai3Ai ^OSb. ;oo) .^\»)— 30, xxiii. 29—39.

11. The fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 31 b.
Hebr. i. 1— ii. 4; S. John i. 43— ii. 11.

12. The Commemoration of the Greek Doctors, f. 35 a:

1 Thess. ii. 13—16, 2 Tim. iii. 5 6 (^*^2)— 9, iv. 14—18;
S. Matt. iv. 23 (;i3f oo^3)— V. 19.

^«&0u has been erased both in the heading and in the
margin.

13. The fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 38 b.
Hebr. ii. 5 — 18 ; S. John iii. 1 (looi 6s*l JJSf OOp)- 21.

14. The Monday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 42 a.
Eph. vi. 10—24; S. Luke xi. 1 (♦.,3^ l^Sx o'ytolo

^2)— 13.

15. The Tuesday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 44 a.
1 Corinth, iv. 14— xv. 13; S. Matt. v. 38— vi. 4.

16. The Wednesday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f 47 a :

Rom. i. 18 sqq., cp. no. 26 below ; S. Luke xvii. 20 — 37.

17. The Thursday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 48 6.

1 Tim. ii. 1 {U^ ^o2^to-\ «m)— 15, vi. 17—21. The

Gospel is the same as in no. 28.



1066 Oo. 1. 17

18. The Commemoration of the Syrian Doctors, f. 50 h:

.^30UQ» ^j^taoa ;i5ao39

2 Corinth, ii. 15 — 17, iv. 1 — 0, with the last five words of
Hebr. xiii. 21 ; S. Matt. xvi. 24 (S»2o)— xvii. 9.

^30JQ> has been erased in both text and margin.

19. The sixth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 53 a.
Hebr. vi. 1—8 ; S. John iii. 22— iv. 3.

20. The Friday of the Commemoration of any one Saint,
f. 55 a :

Philipp. i. 12—25, 2 Tim. iv. 16—18 ; S. Matt. xxiv. 45—
XXV. 23.

21. The seventh Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 58 6.
Philipp. iii. 1 (^C7)) — 12, and the last five words of Hebr.

xiii. 21 ; S. Matt. vii. 28— viii. 13.

22. The Commemoration of Simeon, Shadost, and Bar-
ba'shemin, Catholics, f. 61 a :

.paSoiisti (sic) ^«^X£3 a^o :siQ>o3op:o v^^doocs ;&aA03

Hebr. xiii. 1—9 (♦.O^a^^^X 16—18, 24, 25. There is a
space of two lines and a half probably for the title of the Gospel.

23. The eighth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 62 b.
Rom. XV. 14—23 ; S. Mark i. 1—11.

24. The Friday of the Commemoration of the Sons of
Adam (?), f. 65 6 :

."P^lp MC70a\*3 ^i^OSd }^30>^^

2 Corinth, v. 1—10, Hebr. iv. 12, 13 ; S. John v. 19 (i»2o

W?6o^^? ^a»a>S ^oau)- 29.



Oo. 1. 17 1067

25. The first Sunday in Lent, f. 67 6 :

Ephes. iv. 17— v. 21 ; S. Matt. iii. 16— i v. 11.

26. Monday in the first week of Lent, f. 71 a.

Rom. i. 1—25 ; S. Matt. v. 17 (y«0703uiba^^!S ^ax» a»2o)
—32.

27. Tuesday in the first week of Lent, f. 75 a.
Rom. i. 26— ii. 6; S. Matt. v. 33 (as above)— 48.

F. 77 h should be followed by f. 85 ; cp. the marginal note :

:a!: ^VbaA3 ^dAV^a ^^a^? ^P*-

28. Wednesday in the first week of Lent, £ 85 a.
Rom. ii. 7—27 ; S. Matt. vi. 1 (as above)— 18.

F. 85 is followed by flf. 79 sqq.

29. Thursday in the first week of Lent, f. 816.
Rom. ii. 28— iii. 8 ; S. Matt. vi. 19 (as above)— 34.

30. Friday in the first week of Lent, f 84 a.

Rom. iii. 9 — 26, followed by the last five words of Hebr. xiii.
21 ; S. Matt. vii. 1 (as above)— 14.

F. 84 is followed by ff. 78, 86 sqq. ; the note on £ 78 6 :
"leaf wanting" is therefore incorrect.

31. The second Sunday in Lent, £ 86 b.

Rom. iii. 27— iv. 12 ; S. Matt. vii. 15 (as above)— 27.

32. The second Friday in Lent, £ 89 a.

Rom. iv. 13 followed by the words: . «,3 .JaUU 3um3 v^fM
^aoo^p ;^3oab^3 ^4S3iSS liaoAs ; S. Matt, xviii. 10—22.

33. The third Sunday in Lent, £ 90 6.
Rom. v. 1 — 11 ; S. Matt. xx. 17 — xxviii. 1.



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34. The third Friday in Lent, f. 93 a.
Rom. vii. 1—13 ; S. John v. 30—47.

35. The fourth Sunday in Lent, f. 95 b.
Eom. vii. 14 — 25 ; S. John vi. 1 — 15.

36. Monday of the midweek in Lent, f. 98 a.
Rom. vii. 26— viii. 11 ; S. John v. 1—18.

37. Tuesday of the midweek in Lent, f. 101 a.

Rom. viii. 12—27 ; S. John vi. 35 {^Xi^ A*oaU i»2o
;*?00?*?)— 60.

38. Wednesday of the midweek in Lent, f. 104 b.
Rom. ix. 6—29 ; S. John vii. 14—36.

39. Thursday of the midweek in Lent, f. 108 b.
Rom. X. 1 — 17 ; S. John vi. 27 (as in no. 37) — 44.

40. Friday of the midweek in Lent, f 1116.

Rom. X. 17 — xi. 12 (reading ^tiaX^ fur ?^^\\, and add-
ing ;^*» :s«3 ^ ^ ^2) ; S. John vii. 37— viii. 20.

41. The fifth Sunday in Lent, f. 115 6.

Rom. xii. 1—21; S. John viii. 21 (^ioS S*OXj, iiolo

^f2 ;i2 ;*DOO^?)— 39 (ooi ?3ar3a2).

42. The fifth Friday in Lent, f. 119 a.

Rom. xiii. 1—10; S. John viii. 39 (JaJA^ S^OSJ, iiolo

0^2 ;*DOaj*?)— 59.

43. The sixth Sunday in Lent, f. 122 a.

Rom. xiv. 10 (x\ ^)— 23; S. John ix. 39— x. 21



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44. The sixth Friday in Lent, or the Friday of Lazarus,
f. 125 h :

.^*^32 :a^oio 9«^!^3 0«^a2o }boo^3 ;^a(3 ;iS3oiSi9

Rom. xiii. 11 ('J,*»l v^o^a^SS ^2 Ja^) — 18, ends on f. 125 h.
There is a lacuna after f. 125. Ff. 126 a sq. contain
S. John xi. 12 (71^^»)— 44.

45. The Sunday of the Festival of the Palms, f. 128 /; :

Rom. xi. 18—24; S. Matt. xx. 29— xxi. 22.

46. The last Sunday of Lent, f. 132 h :

.;»0^3 1*^1 ^.3 ^3iS9

Hebr. i. 1 etc. as on the fourth Sunday after Epiphany
(no. 11 above).

S. Matt. xxi. 23—31 (^*»Xb), f. 138 6.

47. There is a lacuna after f. 188. Ff. 134 a sqq. contain
S. John xii. 16 (op 030^ ^ioio) — 48, from the Gospel for
the last Tuesday of Lent.

48. The last Wednesday of Lent, f 136 a :

.;W0^3 ;«Xm2 ;3.X.aLy3323

Hebr. ix. 11 — 25 ; S. John xiii. 1 — 17.

49. Thursday of the Passover, f. 139 b :

1 Corinth, v. 7 (;*.^)— 8, x. 15—17, xi. 23—84; S. Matt.
XX vi. 17—30.

50. a. The Friday of the Passion, f. 142 b :
Gal. ii. 17— iii. 14, vi. 11—18.



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b. The Night of the Friday of the Passion, f. 145 a :

•K^itt^ o;.au*9 ^\!S»3 ^fiooiSia

S. Matt. xxvi. 31 (^a]oy^^is^ ^03U 3io2o)— 75.

51. The Friday of the Passion, f. 149 6 :

S. Luke xxii. 63 — xxiii. 12, Matt, xxvii. 3 — 10, 19, Luke

xxiii. 13—23, Matt, xxvii. 24, 25, Luke xxiii. 24—45 (^U),
Matt, xxvii. 51 — 54, John xix. 23—42, Matt, xxvii. 60.

52. The Great Saturday, the Eve of the Great Sunday of
the Resurrection, f. 157 b :

S. Matt, xxvii. 62—66.

53. The Mysteries on the Eve of the Sunday of the
Resurrection, f. 158 a :

A marginal note has been partly cut off. All that remains
are the words . . . . o JSaoiSo^, and below ... * Xsrkg»
S. Matt, xxviii.

54. The Eve of the Sunday of the Resurrection, f 159 6 :

4^^9^3 ;3LX33mi y.0;!^9 U^'^?

1 Corinth, i. 18—31.

55. The Mysteries on the Night of the Resurrection,
f. 161 a :

1 Corinth, xv. 20—28.

56. The Night of the Resurrection, f. 162 6 :

S. Luke xxiv. 1 — 12.



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57. The reading for the Baptism on the Morning of the
Resurrection, f. 164 a.

Titus ii. 11 etc., see no. 3 above.

.^33 23lS3 M^

58. The Mysteries on the Great Sunday of the Resur-
rection, f. 164 a :



Rom. V. 12— vi. 11, Heb. xiii. 20—21.

59. The Mysteries on the Great Sunday of the Resur-
rection, f. 166 b :

S. John XX. 1 — 18. It ends in the middle of f. 168 b.
Ff. 168 6 (lower half), 169, 170 a are blank, for f. 170 6 see
below, p. 1077.

60. [The Friday of the Confessors.]

F. 171 a, Hebr. xi. 36 (?^|ai ^?)— xii. 2 ; S. Matt. x. 16—

28 a (f. 172 6), 28 6—33, xv. 11 (f. 174 a). (For f. 173 see
no. 94 below.)

61. The second Sunday of the Resurrection, or New
Sunday, f 174 a :

aiis*xo^p lis'sf>Jb^ ^^^3 ;^Xm la^tifr^boo ^3X^3m3

Hebr. x. 19— xi. 1, 1 Tim. i. 17 ; S. John xx. 19—31.

62. The Commemoration of S. George on the 24th Nisan,
f. 177 6:

^aiJQ>^ ^a^bOS 230^ ^JQ3^.V.30u\ u.3b03 ^13^033

.^dA3 0k332o



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A blank space of about one and a half lines has been left
for the Epistle.

S. Matt. X. 37 (^tDO^M^iS S,oX* isolo)— 42, xix.
27—30.

63. The third Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 178 b.
Ephes. i. 15 (lo) «JQ»0^o5 U2 JiO) \yv>) — ii. 6, and tlie

last five words of Hebr. xiii. 21 ; S. John xiv. 1 (S*OXk yiolo
^oioa^^^^)— 14.

64. The fourth Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 181 a:



o^V^^I ;aA^ o:Cs^a^3 .;6sbOM±i3 ^'^Ip ^aJLayM,^



.Sola

Ephes. ii. 4—22; S. John xvi. 16 (ua)0>l^^!^ S,OX* a«2o

iA^ ao^)— 33.

65. The fifth Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 184 b :



fi^MA l^x wb9 o7^«&aS<^ lio^oJbp ;x^^p la^^y^p



3!SOSiO



Philipp. ii. 1 — 11 and the last five words of Hebr. xiii. 21 ;
S. John xxi. 1—14.

66. The sixth Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 187 a.
Coloss. i. 3 — 20 ; S. John xvii.

67. The Ascension of our Lord, f. 190 6 :

Ephes. iv. 1—16, 1 Tim. iii. 16, Hebr. xii. 2 (U*ift* »^), and
the last five words of ib. xiii. 21 ; S. Luke xxiv. 36 — 53.



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68. The Sunday after the Ascension, f. 193 6:

Hebr. iv. 14— v. 10 ; S. Mark xvi. 2—20.

69. Pentecost, f. 196 a:

1 Corinth, xii. 1—11, 2 Corinth, xiii. 11—13; S. John xiv.
15 (y.o;o3il^^^ ^aSU >»2o)— 17, 25, 26, xv. 26— xvi. 15.

70. The day of the Adoration, f. 199 a :

S. John iv. 4 (^07 S^sa)— 42.



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