SINAI - Mone tes Hagias Aikaterines - gr. 363
|Content||Theologica > John Chrysostom (saint) (person page)|
|Identification||Diktyon (Pinakes), 58738|
|Comment||The manuscript in Benesevic᾽s catalogue has also the number 372 and in Kamil's catalogue the number 425.
The manuscript contains a commentary of John Chrysostom on the book of Genesis.
Part of the manuscript is actually Sankt-Peterburg, RNB, gr. 413.
Turyn (1972: 184) noted a resemblance of the handwriting of Nicodemus Xenus, scribe of the MS Ferrara, Biblioteca Comunale Ariostea Cl. II. 188 (a. 1334) and the handwriting displayed in this manuscript.
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