|Origin||Konstantinoupolis < Turkey|
|Identification||Diktyon (Pinakes), 00891|
|Comment||Kavrus-Hoffmann - Alvarez (2021: 101): "The manuscript was executed in the last quarter of the thirteenth century in Constantinople in the small circle of calligraphers and illuminators who produced numerous codices of the so-called Palaiologina group. Robert Nelson identifed the scribe and the artist of Mich. Ms. 34 as two anonymous craftsmen who also executed cod, Vitr. 34/4 (the Four Gospels), Benaki Museum, Athens. (...) Soon after their execution both manuscripts were owned by Antonios Malakes, who was documented twice as an archbishop of Veroia."|
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