Manuscript
NEW YORK - Columbia University Library, Rare Book and Manuscript Library - Smith Western Add. MS 10

Content Theologica   > Ioannes of Damascus < Syria   (person page)
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Date 1296
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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Acknowledgements Information on the manuscript courtesy of Georgi Parpulov.

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