Hermēneia kat'erōtapokrisin eis ta theia kai hiera Euangelia tōn Kyriakōn holou tou chronou kai allōn tinōn heortōn / kata ton theion theophylaktōn archiepiskopon Voulgarias, eis syntomon eklogēn, dia to eumnēmoneuton.

Theophylactus, of Ochrida, Archbishop of Ochrida, approximately 1050-approximately 1108 [Browse]
Uniform title
Manuscript, Book
Modern Greek (1453-)
428 pages : paper ; 277 x 195 (217 x 145) mm bound to 287 x 200 mm


Restrictions note
Open for research.
Summary note
Consists of exegetical commentaries on the Sunday Gospels and some of the major feasts of the Church by Theophylactus, the Archbishop of Ochrida. There is an inscription on page [i] which refers to the scribe and former owner of the manuscript: "To paron vivlion ktēma pephyke tou hypophenomenou Iōannou Daskalopoulou platanitou kai eparchiōtou Kynourias, idia moi cheiri antigraphen pros psychikēn ōpheleian tōn anaginōskontōn orthodoxōn christianōn kai pros katalēpsin tōn aplousterōn kai archariōn paidōn. Egraphēn en Spetses tēn eikostēn Iouniou tou chiliostou oktakosiostou dekatou ogdoou etous. 1818. Iōannēs Daskalopoulos."
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title supplied by the cataloger.
  • Physical description: 25-32 lines per page; written in Greek script in black ink. Title at the beginning of the text beneath the date "1818 Iouniou 20"; decorative headpieces and large ornamental initial letters in at least two colors; catch-words; pagination by the scribe, without signatures. Pages 425-428 contain 30 anecdotes by a later hand ("Paidagōgika asteia"). Pages [i-viii] are blank.
Binding note
Bound in contemporary brown leather (worn) on hard boards; sewn on four raised bands.
Source acquisition
Purchase: Acquired with mathing funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2014-17.
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