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Creator: Theophylactus, of Ochrida, Archbishop of Ochrida, approximately 1050-approximately 1108 and Cocolos, Nicolas, scribe Date: 1540~ Contributing Institution: Duke University Libraries Description: 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.;Colophon in Greek and Latin (Latin transcribed): Anno Christi Servatôris/ 1573/ Hunc legens agnôvit Librum Claudius Naulôtus Vallensis, et Avallonoeus, et Haeduus: Cl. Naulot Du Val Avallõnois.;Layout: Written in 1 column of 30 lines; ruled with a mastara.;Script: The scribe is Nicolas Cocolos according to Palau; a neat, small minuscule in a black ink, slanting slightly to the right. Headings in a brownish red ink.;Decoration: Running penwork ornamental headpieces in the same brownish red ink as that in which the text of the Gospel of John is written: fol. 1v, 2r, and 3r. Ornamental initials in the outer margins also in a brownish red ink.;Title cataloged from existing description.;Gospel of John followed by commentary of Theophylactus, Archibishop of Okhrid.;Binding: Bound in limp vellum, with yapp fore edge; ex libris of the Duke of Sussex on the pastedown on the inside of the upper cover.