Early Manuscripts collection

Greek and Arabic Manuscripts in both roll and codex form from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library dating from the 9th – 19th centuriesMore »

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[New Testament Gospel Lectionary]. emsgk01065
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[Gospel of St. Mark]. emsgk01005
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[Sticherarion, Menaion for July 20, Elijah... emsgk01039
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[New Testament Gospels]. emsgk01006
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[Octoechos and Triodion]. emsgk01094
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[New Testament Gospel Lectionary]. emsgk01002

About the Digital Collection

Duke University Libraries are currently engaged in a project to digitize and provide access to the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library’s Kenneth Willis Clark Collection of Greek Manuscripts.


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New and Recently Migrated Digital Collections

by Molly Bragg 8 months ago

In the past 3 months, we have launched a number of exciting digital collections!  Our brand new offerings are either available now or will be very soon.  They are: Duke Property Plats: https://repository.duke.edu/dc/uapropplat Early Arabic Manuscripts (included in the recently migrated Early Greek Manuscripts): https://repository.duke.edu/dc/earlymss International Broadsides (added to migrated Broadsides and Ephemera collection): https://repository.duke.edu/dc/broadsides Orange County Tax … Continue reading New and Recently Migrated Digital Collections


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