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probably of the xvith cent.

2. A number of fragments of Coptic and Arabic. Those in
Coptic are of various dates ranging probably from the xiiith
cent. (f. 1) to the xvith or xviith (f. 2)*.

These fragments appear to have been acquired at Suriam
by J. R. Crowfoot, 22nd November, 1873, who presented them
to the late Prof. Wright in 1874.

Add. 1855

A modern copy (70 leaves, f. 70b is blank; 14 lines on
a page), written in Jacobite (ff. 47 — 70 by a different hand),
containing Prayers for the Ferial days, and (apparently) the
Order of Resurrection.

* I am indebted to Mr W. E. Crum for this information.



Add. 1855; 1856 1123

Title, f. 1 a, ]L<aj^^^^ lAk>Q-uj Uo^y

1. Sunday, f. 1 a.

2. Monday, f. 6 a.

3. Tuesday, f. 18 a.

4. Wednesday, f. 25 a.

5. Thursday, f. 33 a.

6. Friday, f. 42 a.

7. Saturday, f. 47 a.

Subscription, f. 56 h :

8. Evening prayer, f. 56 6 :

."jAri-*? l-fciDJj I'^Q-^T,

Subscription, f. 70 a :

Presented by the Rev. J. M. Speechly, in August, 1878.

Add. 1856

A modern copy (16 leaves, 18 lines on the page) containing
the Order of Celebration of the Eucharist. Written in Jacobite
and dated a.d. 1869 (?).

Beginning, f. 1 a : \icjiD o.K^.»iD iOyT) ]id5q-Di |mi3a^.

The subscription (f. 15 6) states that this MS. of the liturgy
of S. James was written by the priest Alexander bar Abraham
of Pudica[bo] Mavalikara*. The date is uncertain. To read
,[ \ . g^ l (1819) would make the MS. too old, and it is probable
from a comparison with Add. 2973 that *4-»-.>^l is a slip for

* The same place in Add. 2973, p. 223. For the first name, cp. e.g. Eev. T.
Whitehouse, Lingerings of Light in a dark land, p. 219 (London, 1873), and for
the second, W. W. Hunter's Gazetteer, s.v.

71—2



1124 Add. 1856; 1857; 1882

(sic) Al m^ •:• w^oOT •:• IjO i \nV) ciQjja^j Ua? U-4-^o
.v>j iioa-. ]h] ]-K»t_i (sic) w4-»-K^l vr^?
Presented by the Rev. J. M. Speedily in 1878.

Add. 1857

Modern ruled paper, about Sin. by 6j, 24 leaves. Specimen
of a Lexicon in Syriac (Jacobite writing) with meanings in
Malayalim and English. It comprises the first letter only, and

ends with jJLa]. Proper names are included. Beginning:

Presented by the Rev. J, M. Speechly in August, 1878.

Add. 1882

Vellum, 10 in. by 7, 2 leaves, each with one side blank.

1. Designated Tgg, 13 lines of Arabic.

2. A design in red, green and yellow of a cross set within
an ornamented border. It contains a dozen words written in
Jacobite, probably of the xiith cent., arranged symmetrically :

Tischendorf fragments.



Add. 1883i-« 1125



Add. 1883i'«

1. One leaf of paper, about 12 in. by 6f , about 31 lines.
Written in Nestorian, with points, probably of the xvith or
xviith cent. It is marked Tj.,.

The last leaf of a service-book containing apparently (see
the selections below) an index to hymns and tunes.



Also 0.3^X3 ^bo MXbtt33 l6fk'i^; is*x^ 'yJb ;^boou3

M07Ais[3.]±t^, etc.

The last line is :

;i'2a ^oS^ ^iMkJs 3^ ^y.a ^0^:3 a^ibo ....

At the foot of the page is a rather obscure note apparently
referring to some books deposited in the convent (?) of Michael,
and the reverse side contains a list in Arabic of what appears
to be the contents (books, etc.) of this convent. It also praises
a woman named Setto (?) who amongst other good works had

bought (for the convent?) a piece of land (iDOOg**)* in Zion.
* Cp. Ar. Sj^Ssla..



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^.«^2^ ^^4 "^^ [*s9-^]3>^ ;I^3^bo . 2330 (?) ;^>.o

233 ^X3 X0073 o^A ^Sibouopo <^S< *.^^^3 .:a&kZ3b;^

.[^3] ?3.a3a ^^^a^ y^O .^ ^<.^323 USf ^2 ^3

.^o)^ 23oaLti fi^^o ^MiaakM P?^? 2303^^ ^ ^^*®

JS^2[s]^i»2 [^^Ibos] ^a\o .'^c^sui^ wm3o2^3 2b[o]^o

.^2 ^3M '^V^ ^0^^3 O^iodO^^^

2. One leaf of paper, about 9|^ in. by 6^, 19 lines on a
page. Written in Jacobite, probably of the xi — xiith cent., in
a hand resembling Brit. Mus. Or. 5201. It is marked T4S.

Two fragments from a Lectionary of the Old Testament.

(1) Micah vi. 1 sqq.: ._»0 .XiO-l 0^V>-» lAk3>.

The following variants have been noticed :
V. 2 ]nV>v n (Lee )oV)Q-LO), Jj, jOOIjAo (L. V^I^^TL^jJo )
V. 3 r,^^ (L. \l^), ]l Vino (L. ]l V)n 0I), I'. 4 oiAn^l

(L. aiAniol), LulDrO (L. ^j^,-d).

After .«-> • K>AVr) (v. 5, L. »..»>L>Z1) the fragment continues as
follows :

^^.lZ. J PI U^k) ^jJ^ U^ U^o ici^ b(Ti5 l.«-3r^ o]
Ij^Ld) (TijZI ^2ld2.5 .n I (^Ak) ]ooiZo ."jAkLK*? »i:lkj2.o .15^^



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(2) Is. Iv. 1—7 :



The following readings have been noticed :

V. 1 ^o] (L. o")), Q^ll (in 1 a, L. a\l), vv. 2 a, 3 a , i 10 SV) •,

V. 3 '6]l (L. oZo), "UIZ (L. ]^L), :>q1jA5, v. 4 loio (L. loi),

V. 5 I^IdZo, U^So? (L. Ur^), ] • 'r-Q (L- 'r-OO). Ill v. 1 also
^Olll (L. (Ti^).

The fragment ends with L^cdIdo ]ai^ (v. 7, L. 'Idj ^^).

3. Two leaves, paper; about S^in. by 5^; 19 lines on a
page ; consisting of the last leaf of the eighteenth quire and
the first of the nineteenth : written in Nestorian, possibly of
the xvith cent. It is marked T^,.

44

A fragment of ' the Paradise ' of Palladius, see Bedjan, Acta
Martyrum et Sanctorum, vii. (1897). It begins with ^ ^3kbOO

Sfis* {op. cit. p. 500, 1. 6 from foot) and goes down to -^ViO'vli
p. 505, 1. 2. The text differs but slightly from Bedjan's, e.g.
f la: 29mMO .O^JyAo^ >^f2 iJS^ ^9 '.O^ 03M2o

la^i^ ^*^\ cp. op. cit. p. 501, 1. 3sq. Nos. 1G9, 170 {op. cit.
p. 502), 173 {op. cit. p. 503), and 175 {op. cit. p. 504) are omitted.
No. 176 begins, f . 2 6 : iapj 3kM ^3LA>, and concludes with:

On f 2 6 is the marginal note : ^fSCAMUXabO A^9.

4. Two loaves, 6|^ in. by 5, 17 lines on a page. Written in
Jacobite, probably of the xivth cent. It is marked T^g.

Fragment of a service-book, beginning f 1 a :



1128 Add. 1883i-«



Ir-^ V VLk. .nsV) If-vj:^ vIjoi ^ |1q.kkW ,nsj
The fourth page ends :

i^'>L] ••■•^1 Nn'iZ^o ^ t ^?3Ak) lA* Vca l^o'i ,_k)5 ^oiXo

Jl^XiAo 1:^3]? ]>i2ilo ]Ji4\o V^^^killo ^iiiio Ur^

\} I s .1Ajl»)

5. One leaf of coarse paper, about 6^ in. by 4^, 13 lines to
the page. Written in a Malkite hand somewhat resembling
Wright, Syr. Gat. pi. xvi., perhaps, therefore, of the xiiith cent.
It is marked T50.

Fragment of a service-book :



IZCI^T, ^^ Ut^ l^^^^ .^Ur-»-^ . .U^ r^lo U4»^

."Ijoi yiiL Lq\ l^cno ^Z] .'U_i1q>j5 I^Ld o1 Aj] .j^ZqZ^



Add. ISSS^ - ^ 1129

^ oi^iajo .^jOioAj] ^^^5 lAlij.!^ Ijii? ;>i.^. I^SdI

»r:ioZ uj(TUia^lo .^octiZcijJL^j ]p-k-i»^ cm^cnZ.1 (sic) ]y>..^on

The additions above V)) (1. 3), e^cnAXm] (1. 5), and
]; I fe>on (1. 11, apparently for j) are all later.

6. One leaf of paper, about 6f in. by 4f ; 11 lines on the
page. Written in a Malkite hand, apparently rather earlier
than Sachau, Gat. pi. ix. which is of the xvth cent. It is
marked Tg^.

en-.. \g^? ]oc7i j]. w-.^ j^iuj-^J^ V»ak:5 ooi Ir-^o-*^ •■•

^;.SD ,_1_k. k^] OlXj CnZi.5 .] i.\;.m-.l ]V)S iOj-O ]V)i \ OOI

k£i!lj^Q-» j.j.r2i Vi'\(|).\ ^;.r:3 s^nn\u ^oiOj-il >^.« g^ p :•
cn^j OCT! .Vk> 1 aV> »^:2L^ll^ Aj1j.1i-. vi)Q_»o "jooi 3]. oL'i}

|.KKj.>V>? ^dio ■ KK^ :• v]}^ (b) ^Xj5 laiZ^ U> I m^
.Ajli.i2LL.. ^Z-;:iij.£D ii^Xojo jJt^ -Uij";^ IjcriTD v?^^ P

V,l»Ji> isCLL I^CnO IZoZaj-SD IJj ^oAXriiiD "JJOIQJJ 111 \no



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OOl .(JOLCDO ]■ Vt ];^5 OOI .|JCnQJ ^ *^^*^^ .IJOIQJ?

.cn2.oi I '-^l^^Sar) ."ii:ij.li» '^ ^X^ *^i^ r^?

There is an Arabic scrawl at the foot of the first page.
Tischendorf fragments.

Add. 18843

Paper, 7 in. by 5 ; 9 lines on the page ; written in pointed
Jacobite, perhaps of the xvth or xvith cent.

Fragment of what is apparently a service-book, in Arabic
and Syriac. The Syriac, which is in red, reads (f. 1 a) :

F. 16:

^ X * I

Tiscliendorf fragment (numbered T 392). See E. G. Browne,
Hand-list of the Muhammadan MSS., no. 1522.

Add. 1903

A transcript of a MS. containing the Gospels according to
the Harklensian version. It is marked Pet. 39 and appears to
represent the MS. which H. Petermann copied at Damascus ;
see his Reisen im Orient (Leipzig, 1860), vol. i. p. 127, cp. vol. ii.
p. 345. The MS. was written in Estrangela on parchment, and
had coloured designs at the end of the first three gospels.

The transcript consists of 65 quires of 4 leaves, 2 columns
of 25 — 27 lines, and is written in Jacobite (see however III.
below) ; 24 quires, signed with Syriac letters (but the end



Add. 1903 1131

of the eleventh is signed T), of 10 leaves, but the first has
8 (beginning with Matt. i. 8, see below), the eighteenth 9, and
of the last 11 are written upon. The first seven quires end at
the following passages respectively : Matt. vi. 23, xi. 29 a, xv. 32,
XX. 32, xxiv. 45 a, xxvii. 49 and Mk. iv. 8. The title of each
Gospel is written above the first and last leaf of every quire.

The transcript has numerous marginal notes in German,
the Syriac is clear, with the exception of passages where Peter-
mann evidently found the original illegible.

1. The Gospels according to the Harklensian version,
divided into capitula, a list of which is prefixed to Mark, Luke,
and John.

(1) Matthew:

Uodij tiAij i>cu,-o U>~».^ »_iASd3 jJD ^ajA^olj

From the beginning down to chap. i. 8 a is a later supply ;
cp. Add. 1904 (2).

Between chap. xx. vv. 28 and 29 the margin has an insertion
practically identical with that in Adler, NTVers. (1789), p. 90,

Cureton, Gospels (1858), p. xxxvi. The variants are jA^bo,^
(for lAaOrii), wKKj.^1^ ikL\5, v£lj ], ^^Z1 (for IIlZ]). There
appears to be space for one letter between the first two letters
of *£L»]. There is no note by the scribe on the source of this
insertion.

(2) Mark, quire 16, f . 2 6 :

(3) Luke, quire 26, f . 4 6 :



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Marg. note on jAg^ . ^« Lk. vii. 37 :
^oioA-.] ^5 lr4-»-^ '^^ "^^"VJ?^- "i^^-*-^ rr^ 1Z\^ i4^
-r^^ l4mr)5 en... \^ ^..j ]1 > n*^ .cji-^j I^^^Sdj |IdZ^

.12.alD} A\.\ "jAm . ^ ^5
(4) John, quire 43, f. 4 a :

IZolO^ QjOCnj .l^jrr) v?"»-^\H'^b l-»'Q-» -^jj

.ȣDQ_..Cl\o]Zo Vk> I \ J ^.J-Kja^J

Around the margin of quire 48, f. 3 6 is written in Estrangela
John viii. 1 — 11.

The following readings differ from White's text :

V. 3 L,^LL]'> ; V. 4 V;-»-ti? ; V- 5 V»<^^ ■rA-'? ^? UcolCLLO

r£L£i; V. 6 ^j 1)01; v. 7 ](JL^j^ P?; v. S ^Ol-tZl p ,^qLq ;

V. 10 - « ^1 Po; t7. 11 ViQ.«^ ; V. 12 om. a IsZf V\ i OCT! ,^.

Marg. note on Jn. xix. 27, quire 59, f . 4 6 :
)-.j^) OISd] IXljjiDO i<Ij^SO0 .1.^1 .^lIDQ_»0 l^a^AiD

^Z)Z ^jAoiIi onrm .|j^"j ^jZ W i noi vpJoi -IZd^l

After the usual enumeration of chapters etc. is a note
mentioning the name Aaron, quire 56, f. 4 «:

.osn^ Ij>^ ^oJcn") ^£i\>^ ]]^ ^joi l^Ai^rii "j^Dj ^

The account of this version by Thomas of Harkel is virtually
identical with that in Add. 1700, f 96 6 (p. 7 sq. above). It
concludes (f. 4 b, col. 1, foot) :



Add. 1903 1133

.^\i1dLo "|lk5o isil^ Vj-»V^? ] 1 I 1 V'o ■]iV)2.o ^ I sn»

A note, parts of which can scarcely be read, states that one
Basil collated the MS. in A. Gr. 1152 = a.d. 841*.

^ . « v> . .n ]|sdo isi-lL Aj_» ."i.«>*pSDj l^r^ ."tiam^JaDj
^jAoi .^Za^4*-»? ]-»-£DQ-»-» ^^^-6^ ... (So ."U-'icLi? ^^L'iLo

The colophon states that this Ms. was written in A. Gr. 1521
= A.D. 1210 by Joannes (.on . i i]n .]) bishop of Ra'ban (cp.
Wright, BiHt. Mus. Cat, p. 231 b), in the days of Mar Michael
patriarch of Antioch and Mar Joannes of Egypt and Alexandria.
The scribe concludes with an appeal for prayers on behalf of his
father Romanus of Telia d'Arsenius and other members of his
family etc.

1Aj1» soVn «o .^o .Ijoi ]^Ld _fc.l^A^1o ^AdZ")

.-•Ji"!? ]'A-.A I n U*r-»]^ ^? *^AdZ1 .1(TU^ . iV>Kj>'o IjsK^ia^
liiQ-KjZo )] I kkId j^iD >m I uIq-.] .|£);..^o l-i-^ijo ) ■ imni

* It was from a ms. of this date that the Paris codex of the Harklensian
Gospels (Suppl. 14) appears to have been copied. See Zotenberg, no. 57.



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}Ji-irjO Aj-^j OCT!) 1 1 1V)? (?) )jo] ^iDo V»'Q-^? V^-^o i 5j]?

1^] ^2iO .]cn;.£iLD ]m no ( I 1 mn] wj.\i ^o;V)> i ]ZQ_»ot^5

wjAji5 "U»]o (?) Ol I V> ir-LJ^ OTV)a n? "jAj^iSD . i \ O \^]o

(?) Ij,.-»^j 1?5o ^5 • .V.> Ij-a^lDO . . \o ^^Qj (?) I'i'.i^?
,_*Aano wjjjcno '^j-kjSo JjiiLailD . i ^cloo SDOfi^Jano
.(7i/i-on\V)n loiIiL ^Qj] ... jiV^icnLD va^llv^? )2;_»o ^Zclk.*J

II. A series of lessons for the Friday of the Crucifixion,
compiled from the four Gospels, quire 57, f. 1 6 :

The series starts as follows : Luke xxii. 1 — 7, Matt. xxvi. 17,
Lk. xxii. 8—11 a, Mt. xxvi. 18 b, Mk. xiv. 15, 16 1A^0;_L cn^?
■|Zq.21j_o^), Mt. xxvi. 20(1, Lk. xxii. 14 b — 16, Mt. xxvi. 21 etc.,
and eads with Luke xxiii. 14 — 56.

Subscription, quire 60, f. 2 a :



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This is followed by rd enumeration of the number of times
the words ]cn_:^ etc. occur in the Gospels.

^jZllb ."loi^^j OlV7> oi^D ).a~>r^ ^.iA^o].o A^l

].*_.jJD )>j0550 .^"i 1 ni .■■ V)KtO ^iJlSsoZo ]|k5 1^]? |kL»
■ ^ i 'i n^l ^ij»Zo lik^A-u •. vxQ>«.j? ^"j .^-j-ir^i aSZo ^L»

VlJiZo ^j..L^Z •. ^j-SdIo .^^-LIDl « ■VJKtO ^Zl'k) 1-.;.SD5 v^l

III. An unnumbered quire, a duplicate in Estrangela of

the first fifteen lines of both columns from _oA5ASd John
xxi. 25, corresponding to quire 56, f. 4 a.

Bought from Mrs Petermann.

Add. 1904

A small note-book, about Gin. by 4, formerly belonging to
H. Petermann, see E. G. Browne, Hand-list of Muhammadan
Manuscripts, no. 1534.

It contains :

1. Pet. 40. Syriac and Arabic variant readings in the
Psalms and canticles (Ps. cli,, Ex. xv., Deut, xxxii., 1 Sam, ii.
1 — 10, Hab. iii., Is. xxvi. 9 — 16, Jon. ii. 3 — 10, Song of the
Three Children, Dan. iii., Lk. i. 46—55, 68—79).

From a note on f. 1 a the original MS. appears to have been
dated A. Adami 7045 = A.D. 1537.

2. Pet. 41. The Harklensian version of the title and
chap. i. 1 — 8 a of Matthew. It would correspond exactly to
the portion missing in Add. 1903 (i); see above, p. 1131.



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3. Pet. 42, Portion of a colophon to the Harklensian
version of the Gospels.

It is preceded by the words Vk.4-»-» xpy<T\ at the head, followed

by ,-J_*^Q-. wi^Sd I^-ij-D) "jZaX^ t^oAri^ w_.(njjQ-Kj loiZ]

3*. A fragment in Arabic (see E. G. Browne, loc. cit).
" 98 " is written at the foot of the page.

4. Pet. 48. A metrical account of the martyrdom of Mar
Tahmazgard (cp. G. Hoffmann, Avszilge aus syr. Alcten pers.
Mdrtyrer, pp.50 sqq., Duval, La Litterature Syriaque, p. 114
so.). Copied from a MS. which Petermann found at Kerkuk
(Selokh): see Reisen im Orient, vol. ii., p. 317 note.

Beginning :

,^MC\ is^iJbo ^««^5 23c^3 ;3ix

.^a9mi3 :s3Jao ;»o'iO :9abO ;^^s29
.^JQ>o\:s2 crp3 U^ \^ ^il «^^ aa

4**aM 903S ^Ou3

l**cS^ ^2 Uo^ 001

The whole poem consists of about 280 lines.



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Paper, 12 in, by 8^; 171 leaves, in bad condition, originally
at least 19 quires, signed with Syriac letters, of 10 leaves, but
the first is missing, the second has 7, the eleventh 9, the
sixteenth 8, and the last 7 (with traces of 2 more) ; 27 — 28
lines on the page. Written in a regular Nestorian hand
probably of the xviith cent.

The Pentateuch, according to the Peshitta version, imper-
fect, divided into sections which are numbered separately and
continuously throughout the five books.

1. Genesis. Ff 1, 2 which are much mutilated contain
fragments of chaps, xviii. — xix. 28 a, from f 3 a onwards the
folios are complete.

2. Exodus, f. 35 b.

3. Leviticus, f. 76 6. Chap. v. 15 a — vi. 2 are wanting.

4. Numbers, f. 104 b.

5. Deuteronomy, f. 142 6, imperfect; f. I7l ends with
chap xxxi. 11.

F. 44 6 is blank. There are glosses on fif. 17 6, 19 6, 216,
24 6, 35 6, etc.

Bound in boards.

(A piece of paper found in this MS. is now marked Add.
2071^.)

B. c. 72



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Add. 2035

Paper, 12 in. by 8f ; 66 leaves ; 7 quires, signed with Syriac
letters, of 10 leaves, but the third and sixth have 8 ; two
columns of 27 — 28 lines. Written in a regular Nestorian hand,
with points, and dated 1803.

A Lectionary from the Pauline Epistles for the Sundays,
Festivals, etc., according to the use of the Upper Convent (of
Mosul), f.lb:

1. The first Sunday of the Annunciation, f 1 b.
Romans iii. 31 — iv. 12.

2. The second Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 2 a.
Rom. iv. 13—25.

3. The third Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 2 b.
Hebrews vi. 18 — vii. 10.

4. The fourth Sunday of the Annunciation, f. 3 b.
Rom. ix. 1—13.

5. The Nativity of our Lord, f. 4 a.

Rom. i. 1— 5a (^ioba^), Gal. iii. 15 (^2)— 26 (vv. 22b—
26 have been repeated), 29, iv. 1 — 6.

6. The first Sunday after the Nativity, f. 5 b.
Gal. iv. 18— V. 1.

7. The Commemoration of the Virgin Mary, f. 6 a.
Rom. xvi. 1—16, 25 [24]— 27.

8. The second Sunday after the Nativity, f 7 a.
2 Tim. ii. 16—26.

9. The Epiphany, f 7 6.
Tit. ii. 11— iii. 7.



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10. The Commemoration of S. John the Baptist, f. Ha.
Eph. ii. 19— iii. 20.

11. The Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 9 a.
2 Tim. iii. 1—15.

12. The Friday of S. Peter and S. Paul, f 9 b.

2 Corinth, x. 1—7, xi. 21—38.

13. The second Sunday after the Epiphany, f 10 6.
Heb. iii. 1—13.

14. The Friday of the four Evangelists, f. 11a:

.>o>\\io2 ;>a323 {sic) ;>.oa^3

1 Cor. iv. 9—16, 2 Cor. i. 8—14.

15. The third Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 12 a.
Heb. iii. 14— iv. 10.

16. The Commemoration of S. Stephen, f 12 6.

2 Cor. iii. 18— iv. 18.

17. The fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 13 6.
Heb. vii. 18—28.

18. The Commemoration of the Greek Doctors, f. 14 a.
2 Tim. ii. 8—19, iv. 1—8, 14—18.

19. The fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 15 a.
Heb. ii. 5—18.

20. The Commemoration of the Syrian Doctors, f. 15 6.
Heb. xiii. 1—21.

21. The sixth Sunday after the Epiphany, f. 16 6.
Heb. viii. 1— ix. 12.

22. The Monday of the Prayer of the Nineyites, f. 17 a.
1 Tim. ii. 1— iii. 10.

72—2



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23. The Tuesday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 18 a.
Rom. xii. 1 — 21.

24. The Wednesday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 19 a.
Eph. iv. 1— 13rt, 25— V. 21.

25. The Thursday of the Prayer of the Ninevites, f. 20 a.
Rom. X. 1—13.

26. The Commemoration of any one Saint, f. 20 6.
2 Cor. X. 4—7 (Jt42).

There is a lacuna after f 20.

27. [The seventh Sunday after the Epiphany], f. 21 a.
There remains only 1 Tim. vi. 16 (7l\\^) — 20.

28. The Commemoration of the Dead, the sons of Adam,
f. 21 a :

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1 Cor. iii. 21— iv. 5, 2 Cor. v. 6—10.

29. The eighth Sunday after the Epiphany, f 21 6.

Phil. iii. 1 (taiAOl) — 14, and the last five words of Hebr.
xiii. 21.

30. The first Sunday in Lent, f. 22 a.
As in Oo. 1. 17, no. 25.

31. The first Monday in Lent, f. 23 a.
lb. no. 26.

32. The first Tuesday in Lent, f. 24 a.
lb. no. 27.

33. The first Wednesday in Lent, f. 25 a.
lb. no. 28.

34. The first Thursday m Lent, f. 25 6.
lb. no. 29.



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35. The first Friday in Lent, f. 26 a.
lb. no. 30.

36. The second Sunday in Lent, f. 26 b.
lb. no. 31.

37. The second Friday in Lent, f. 27 6.
As in no. 2 above.

38. The third Sunday in Lent, f. 27 b.

Rom. V. 1 — 11 (and the last five words of Heb. xiii. 21).

39. The third Friday in Lent, f. 28 a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no.j34.

40. The fourth SuAday in Lent, f. 28 b.

Rom. vii. 14 — 19 a.

There is a lacuna after f 28.
1

41. [Wednesday of the mid-week in Lent], f. 29 a.

Rom. X. 1 (im^2)—n.

42. Thursday of the mid-week in Lent, f. 29 6,
Rom. X. 17— xi. 12 (adds ^» ^a3 ^» ^1> ^2).

43. Friday of the mid-week in Lent, f. 30 a.
Rom. xi. 25 — 36.

44. The fifth Sunday in Lent, f 30 b.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 41.

45. The fifth Friday in Lent, f. 31 b.
See ib. no. 42.

46. The sixth Sunday in Lent, f. 32 a.

Rom. xiii. 11 (J»3^? ^O^^^? ^*? ^2 Jl3^) — xiv. 9.

47. The sixth Friday in Lent, f. 32 b.
Rom. XV. 1 — 13.



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48. Palm Sunday, f. 33 a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 45.

49. The last Monday in Lent, f. 34 a.
Heb. i. 1 — ii. 4.

50. The last Tuesday in Lent, f. 34 b.
As in no. 19 above.

51. The last Wednesday in Lent, f. 34 6.
Heb. ix. 11—23.

52. The Passover, f. 35 b.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 49.

53. The Friday of the Passion, f. 36 a.
lb. no. 50.

54. The first reading of the Mysteries on the Great Sab-
bath, f. 37 a,

.2^33 ^3jip U^i^ l*^yJ^ luiJd

1 Cor. i. 18—31.

55. The Mysteries on the Night of the Resurrection, f. 37 b.
lb. no. 55.

56. The Great Sunday of the Resurrection, f. 38 a.
Rom. V. 20— vi. 23.

57. Monday of the Week of Weeks, f. 39 a.
Eph. vi. 10—24.

58. Tuesday of the Week of Weeks, f. 39 b.
1 Cor. XV. 1—11, xvi. 13, 14, 19—24.

59. Wednesday of the Week of Weeks, f. 40 a.
See no. 13 above.

60. Thursday of the Week of Weeks, f. 40 a.
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61. The Friday of the Coiifessor.s, f. 40 a.
Heb. xi. 3—6 (Jo^jS), Phil. ii. .5—11.

62. The sixth (sic) Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 40 6.

CoL i. 3—7 [with repetition of vv. 4 6 — 6 a], 8—10 (^iaS*),
Heb. xi. 6 (from ^akafts»), xi. 32— xii. 2.

63. The New Sunday, f. 41 6.
Heb. X. 19—36.

64. The Commemoration of Mar George, f. 42 6.
See no. 12 above.

65. The third Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 42 6.

Eph. i. 15 — ii. 5 (Im^^Xso ^m,1), and the last five words of
Hebr. xiii. 21.

66. The fourth Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 43 a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no 64.

67. The fifth Sunday after the Resurrection, f. 44 a.

Phil. ii. 1—4 (jAa oiiau? ^l), Col. i. 10 (^oi^^^o)
—20.

68. The Ascension of our Lord, f. 44 6.

Eph. iv. 1 — 13, 1 Tim. iii. 16, and the last five words
of Hebr. xii. 2.

69. The Sunday after the Ascension, f. 45 a.
See no. 98 (= no. 21 above).

70. Pentecost, f. 45 a.

I Cor. xii. 1—13, 2 Cor. iii. 17, 18, xiii. 11—13.

71. The Friday of Gold, f. 45 6.
See no. 101 below.



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72. The second Sunday of the Apostles, f. 46 a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 72.

73. The third Sunday of the Apostles, f. 46 6.
lb. no. 73.

74. The fourth Sunday of the Apostles, f. 47 a.
Gal. i. 6—10, 13—14, 20— ii. 8, Ephes. iii. 20, 21.

75. The fifth Sunday of the Apostles, f. 48 a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 75.

76. The sixth Sunday of the Apostles, f. 48 6.
lb. no. 76.

77. The seventh Sunday of the Apostles, f. 50 a.
lb. no. 77.

78. The Friday of the last Week of the Apostles, i 50 b.
See no. 14 above.

79. The Sunday of the last Week of the Apostles, and the
first of Summer, f. 50 b.

See no. 58 above.

80. The second Sunday of Summer, f. 51a.
See no. 47 above.

81. The third Sunday of Summer, f. 51a.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 8.

82. The fourth Sunday of Summer, f. 51 b.
1 Cor. iv. 17—21, v. 1—5, vi. 12—20.

83. The fifth Sunday of Summer, f. 52 b.

1 Cor. X. 14—32.

84. The sixth Sunday of Summer, f, 53 a.

2 Cor. ix. 1 — 15.

85. The Sunday of the last week of Summer, f. 54 a.
1 Thess. ii. 19— iii. 13.



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86. The first Sunday of Elias, f. 54 6.
2 Thess. ii. 1—14.

87. The second Sunday of Ehas, f. 55 a.
2 Thess. ii. 14— iii. 18.

88. The third Sunday of Elias, f. 56 a.

Phil. i. 12 — 26, and the last five words of Hebr. xiii. 21.

89. The Festival of the Cross, f. 56 b.
See no. 54 above.

90. The Sunday after the Invention (of the Cross), f. 56 b.
See no. 66 above.

91. The second Sunday of the Invention, and the fifth of
Elias, f 56 b.

See no. 62 above.

92. The third Sunday after the Invention, the sixth of
Elias, f 56 6.

See no. 29 above.

93. The fourth Sunday after the Invention, f. 56 b.
See Oo. 1. 17, no. 93.

94. The fifth Sunday after the Invention, and the first of
Moses, f. 57 a.

1 Cor. xiv. 26—40.

95. The sixth Sunday of the Invention, and the second of
Moses, f. 57 6.

See no. 48 above.

96. The seventh Sunday of the Invention, and the third of
Moses, f. 57 6.

Gal. vi. 1—18.

97. The eighth Sunday of the Invention, and the fourth of
Moses, f. 58 b.

1 Tim. V. 1—16.



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98. The first Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 59 6 :

See no. 21 above.

99. The second Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 59 6.

Heb. xii. 14—29.

100. Another for that day, f. 60 a.
Heb. iv. 14— V. 10.

101. The third Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 60 b.

1 Cor. xii. 28— xiii. 13.

102. The fuurtli Sunday of the Consecration of the Church,
f. 61 h.

1 Cor. iii. 1—17, xvi. 18, 14, 19—24.

103. The reading for the Bishop, f. 62 6 :



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