Neon nomimon : panyplousiōtaton synathroisthen ek polōn kai diaphorōn nomimōn, 1848.

Format
  • Manuscript, Book
Language
Greek, Modern (1453- )
Published/​Created
1848.
Description
1 volume 26 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Getty AAT genre
Manuscripts, Greek19th century [Browse]
Compiled/​Created
1848.
Restrictions note
Open for research.
Summary note
A compilation of 309 chapters of Greek Orthodox ecclesiastical law. This is a 19th-century manuscript written in Modern Greek script in black ink. The main text on pp. 11-137, table of contents on pp. 1-11 ("Pinax akrivēs tou parontos Nomimou"). Scribe's note on p. 137 reads: "Eteleiothē to paron kai periphanē nomimon / eis tous 1848 Indiktiōnos st' (6) en mēni, / Iouliō 17, dia cheiros amathous kai anaxiou / Anagnōstou Spyridōnou allēlodidaskou Bachinos / dia syndromēs tō aidesimotatō pat. kyr Iōannou / euēmereuon eis chōrion Drymadi kai estō / eis endeixin. / Cheir men egrapsasa sēpetai taphō / graphē de menei eis plērestatous chronous. / [...] kai tō Theō / prepei / doxa / amė̄n". Modern inscription on f. 1v: "Tō / isadelphō philō kai diakono k.k. / Sevastianō eis endeixin apeirou / agapēs Sevasmou kai ektimēseōs. / Kerkyra tē 26/2/39 / [...]." Stamp of the previous owner on p. 1: "Vivliothēkē Geōrgiou V. Parapangidē." In the inner leaf of the endpaper an inscription in blue ink reads: "Anastasios ...... / Iōannou graphō / 1860: tē 20ē Iouliou / Drymades."
Notes
  • Title from page 11.
  • Physical description: 27-45 lines per page, small folio, [1]12 [2]14 [3]8 [4]15 [5]14 [6]15 [7]13 [8]20: [111]ff., 188 pp. (some leaves lightly soiled).
  • Ms. codex.
Binding note
Bound in contemporary flexible leather (worn).
Contents
  • p. 11. Neon nomimon panyplousiōtaton synathroisthen ek polōn kai diaphorōn nomimōn.
  • p. 142. Hermēneia tēs theias leitourgias.
  • p. 160. Peri tēs Megalēs Tessarakostēs, tēs tou Christou Gennēsēs, Hagiōn Apostolōn, Panagias, kai Tetradōn kai Paraskeuōn, en hais diaphoros nēsteia ginetai.
Source acquisition
Purchase; Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2018-65.
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