NEW YORK - Columbia University Library, Rare Book and Manuscript Library - Smith Western Add. MS 10
|Content||Theologica > Ioannes of Damascus < Syria (person page)|
|Origin||Rhodos < Greece|
|Bibliography||N. Kavrus-Hoffmann 2005, Catalogue of Greek Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Collections of the United States of America. Part I: Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Manuscripta, 49, 165-245: 217-226|
|Identification||Diktyon (Pinakes), 46608|
|Comment||One main scribe copied the text of the Pege Gnoseos in 1296. Although at first glance the script on f. 1v seems to have been written by a scribe different from the main copyist, there are many details that reveal the same hand; and both variants of the script are very similar in style and details to those of the scribe Symeon Kalliandres, a priest, nomikos and protekdikos of Rhodes.
Folios 2r-3r and marginal scholia throughout the manuscript were composed and almost certainly written by Gregory (baptismal name George) Chioniades in 1301/1302.
The colophon on f.271v features the date 1296, which has been corrected by a later hand (most likely, Chioniades himself) to 1301/1302. (Kavrus-Hoffmann (2005: 219-222)).
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Information on the manuscript courtesy of Georgi Parpulov.