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[Writings against the iconoclasts]

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  • Forms part of the Kenneth Willis Clark Collection of Greek Manuscripts (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University);Format: Manuscript codex.;Collation: Paper (Briquet 5922), fol. ii + 88 + ii ; 1-11⁸ ; quires signed in arabic numbers in the tail margin at the gutter of the recto ot the first leaf of the quire ; catchwords written from head to tail at the gutter of the last leaf of each quire.;Title supplied by cataloger.;Layout: Written in 1 column of 32 lines.;Script: Written throughout in one hand, likely a Greek scribe in Italy. Regular, rapidly written with a slight slant to the right, it is small averaging about 35 characters per 10 cm. The words are not separated.;Decoration: Running penwork ornament and floriated ornaments; initials and headings are in red ink. Throughout the scribe has added initial letters in the margins at the beginning of paragraphs.;Title cataloged from existing description.;Former shelfmark: Phillipps MS 3083.;Contains writings on inconoclasts and letters of Theodore.;Binding: Bound in parchment over cardboard in the style of eighteenth-century Dutch bindings, after it was in the hands of Sirmond since some of his annotations are within the gutter of the leaves, as on fol. 48r.
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