Forms part of the Kenneth Willis Clark Collection of Greek Manuscripts (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University)
Format: Manuscript codex.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Layout: Written in 2 columns of 23 lines; ruled in blind.
Script: Written in brown ink in a small regular Greek minuscule, with running titles in red majuscule. Chapter numbers and occasional 2- and 3-line initials are in burnished gold. fol. 147r-152v: Contain liturgical information added in the 13th or 14th century and written in a more cramped Fettaugen-mode minuscule.
Decoration: an elaborate illuminated roundel appears on fol. 117r, 40 mm in diameter, of blue, pink and green acanthus and flowers on a burnished gold ground.
Title cataloged from existing description.
Gospels and Apocalypse in Greek. Lacking leaves at each end and elsewhere, sections misbound. The current order of text is as follows: Matthew 12:17-34 (fol. 1r-1v); Matthew 10:17-12:17 (fol. 2r-5v); Matthew 12:34-20:13 (fol. 6r-22v); Matthew 23.33-26:46 (fol. 23r-30v); Luke 22; 17-36 (fol. 31r-31v); Mark 1:27-8:24 (fol. 32r-47v); Luke 4:35-5:5 (fol. 48r-48v); John 17:13-18:5 (fol. 49r-49v); Luke 5:5-7:25 (fol. 50r-56v); Mark 11:23-14:44 (fol. 57r-64v); Revelations 18:9-21 (fol. 65r-65v); Mark 8:24-11:23 (fol. 66r-73v); Mark 14:44-15:29 (fol. 74r-76v); Luke 1:13-52 (fol. 77r-78v); Luke 7:40-9:26 (fol. 79r-84v); Luke 16.2-18.22 (fol. 85r-89v); Luke 19:37-22:17 (fol. 90r-95v); John 10:12-17:13 (fol. 96r-108v); John 18.5-end (fol. 109r-117v); Revelations 1:1-11:3 (fol. 118r-133v); Revelations 13:6-18:8 (fol. 134r-140v); Revelations 18:21-22:12 (fol. 141r-146v); liturgical tables (fol. 147r-152v).
Binding: Bound in nineteenth-century half sheep and pink paper boards.