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Manuscript Name / Shelf Mark / Project Number Approximate Date Language The main body text Link to Digitized Manuscript
Saint Mark's Monastery, Jerusalem MS 42 (SMMJ 00042) 1,500 CE Syriac

See entry at CPART and in Macomber. Title: "Volume of the names and readings of the Old and New Testaments according to the tradition of [the monastery of] Qarqapta." (St. Mark's Convent, Jerusalem 1-5; SMC 1-5); See entry in Baumstark 1*. Filoksinos Yohanna Dolabany, Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in St. Mark’s Monastery (1994).

  • pp. 2-153 Old Testament (Syriac Masorah)
    • pp. 2-12 Genesis
    • pp. 12-18 Exodus
    • pp. 18-22 Leviticus
    • pp. 22-29 Numbers
    • pp. 29-35 Deuteronomy
    • pp. 35-41 Joshua
    • pp. 41-45 Judges
    • pp. 45-53 Job
    • pp. 53-64 I and II Samuel
    • pp. 64-74 I and II Kings
    • pp. 74-86 Psalms
    • pp. 86-91 Proverbs
    • pp. 91-96 Wisdom
    • pp. 96-98 Ecclesiastes (Qoheleth)
    • pp. 98-100 Song of Songs
    • pp. 100-111 Isaiah
    • pp. 111-119 Twelve minor Prophets
    • pp. 119-133 Books of Jeremiah
      • pp. 119-129 Jeremiah
      • pp. 129-131 Lamentations of Jeremiah
      • pp. 131 Prayer of Jeremiah
      • pp. 131-132 First Baruch
      • p. 132 Second Baruch
      • pp. 132-133 Epistle of Jeremiah
    • pp. 133-141 Ezekiel
    • pp. 141-146 Daniel
      • pp. 141-144 Prophecy of Daniel
      • pp. 144-145 Bel and the Dragon
      • pp. 145-146 Susanna
    • pp. 146-153 Ben Sirach
  • pp. 153-200 New Testament (Peshitta)
    • pp. 153-160 Acts
    • pp. 160-162 Catholic Epistles (only James, 1 Peter, and 1 John)
    • pp. 162-175 Pauline Epistles
    • pp. 176-185 Matthew
    • pp. 185-189 Mark
    • pp. 189-196 Luke
    • pp. 196-200 John
  • pp. 201-214v Names and readings of the New Testament according to the tradition of Thomas of Harkel
    • pp. 201-204 Acts
    • pp. 204-209 Pauline Epistles
    • pp. 209-214 Gospels
  • pp. 215-263 Names and readings of the Orthodox Doctors
    • p. 215 (Pseudo-) Dionysius the Areopagite
    • pp. 216-219 St. Basil
    • pp. 219-247 St. Gregory the Theologian (Nazianzus)
    • pp. 247-249 Letters of Basil and Gregory
    • pp. 249-263 Severus of Antioch
  • p. 263 The names that are in the Revelation according to John, the evangelist and apostle
  • pp. 263-267 Letter of St. Jacob, Bishop of Edessa, concerning the dots
  • pp. 267-272 Letter of St. Jacob, Bishop of Edessa to George, Bishop of Sarug
  • pp. 272-283 Names and readings of Epiphanius
  • pp. 284-292 Interpretations of the Hebrew words and of other peoples that are included in the books of the holy prophets which have been gathered with great diligence from the tradition of the Seventy-Two Translators and from the revision of Jacob of Edessa
  • pp. 292-296 Rabban Yohannan (called Beth-Qaddishe, disciple of Maron), Discourse on the Incarnation in view of the orthodox faith of the holy Fathers
Saint Mark's Monastery, Jerusalem MS 248 (SMMJ 00248) 1,475 CE Garshuni, Syriac

See entry at CPART and in Macomber ([Macomber A]; [Macomber B]) (St. Mark's Convent, Jerusalem 2-13; SMC 2-13). Filoksinos Yohanna Dolabany, Catalogue of Syriac Manuscripts in St. Mark’s Monastery (1994).

  • Part A (20th Century) (Garshuni, Syriac)
    • Syrian Orthodox collection of miscellaneous liturgical pieces
      • f. 1r-2r Rite for the reconciliation of a penitent sinner
      • f. 2v-3v Order of the prayers of the hymns of the canon
      • f. 3v-4v Acrostic alphabetic hymn without title
      • f. 4v-5r A song on drinking; It is sung on the alphabet
  • ​​Part B (1474/5 CE) (Garshuni, Syriac)
    • Syrian Orthodox collection of miscellaneous liturgical pieces
      • f. 1r-42r Miscellaneous Liturgical Pieces
        • f. 1r-9r Shumlaya that the deacon proclaims in the offering of the Eucharist according to the modern revision of Melitene. This is a diaconal for the Mass.
        • f. 9r-10r Communion hymns for the Thursday of the Mysteries
        • f. 1r-23r Prayers, proemia, sedre, 'etre, and huttame that are learned by heart by a new priest when he is ordained.
          • f. 10r-11r Order of the Mother of God
          • f. 11r-12r Order of the Apostles
          • f. 12r-13r Order of the martyrs
          • f. 13r-14r Order of the Patron Saint
          • f. 14r-15r Communion order
          • f. 15r-16r Order of penitance
          • f. 16v-17v Order of the departed
          • f. 17v-19r Oder of the Cross
          • f. 19rv Order of the Resurrection
          • f. 19v-20r Order of Vespers
          • f. 20r-21r Order of Compline
          • f. 21r-22r Order of the night office
          • f. 22r-23r Order of Matins
          • f. 23rv Huttame of the other offices
        • f. 26r-32v Ordinary of the mass
        • f. 32v-33r Prayer for blessing of bread. A table grace.
        • f. 33r-39v Prayers of every kind
          • f. 33r-34r Prayers of vespers
          • f. 34r-35r Prayers of the "hymns of the Greek canon"
          • f. 35r-38v Miscellaneous prayers
          • f. 38v-39v Table prayers (Garshuni)
        • f. 39v-42r Two rhymed homilies for feasts (in Garshuni)
          • f. 39v-40v Homily on the feast of the Nativity
          • f. 40v-42r Homily on the Epiphany
        • f. 42r-45r Two questions of the Fathers
          • f. 42r Question that Bishop Severus asked of Bishop Jacob of Edessa: "How is God above all and below all, inside all and outside all and in all?"
          • f. 42v-45r Bishop John (?), Question concerning the dead after burial while he is doing penance (Garshuni)
        • f. 45v-48v Miracle that our Lady Mary, the Mother of God, worked
        • f. 48v A few epigrams
        • f. 49r-58r Four more rhymed homilies
          • f. 49r-52r Turjām of the blessed Fast
          • f. 52r-54r A pretty homily on the venerable crucifixion
          • f. 54r-56r Turjām of Ninevah and lections (?) of the prophet Jonah. A single rhymed composition
          • f. 56v-58r Turjām on the Resurrection
        • f. 58rv Two prayers: One for the patriarch and one for the sultan
        • f. 59r-61r Another rhymed homily: Turjām on the Dormition of our Lady the Virgin Mary
        • f. 61v-69r
        • f. 69v-73v Homily delivered by St. Jacob which he delivered on the thief of the right hand; read on the Friday of the Crucifixion
        • f. 73v-88v An abridged discouse on the true faith and on the hymns of the spiritual Church.
        • f. 89r-96r The questions of St. Basil and St. Gregory
        • f. 96r-112r Ten questions concerning which a certain disciple asked his master
          • f. 96rv Contents
          • f. 96v-112r Text
        • f. 112r-118r Homily delivered by Bishop Gregory (Pseudo-Gregory Nazianzus), on the destruction of this world and the departure of the soul from the body
    • f. 118v-148r The Apocalypse of Paul (Garshuni)
      • f. 148v Beginning of an unidentified item
BnF syr. 198 1,600 CE Garshuni

See catalog entry here

  • f. 1-10v Ignatius of Antioch, Letter of Exhortation to Priests (CPG 1030)
  • f. 10v-28v Questions and responses between a disciple and his master regarding the sacrament and confession
  • f. 28v-48 Memra on Lent
  • f. 48-53v Ephrem Syrus, Memra on the Departure of the soul from the body
  • f. 53v-66v On the Excellence of the Christian Religion
  • f. 70v-88v Some canons relative to Baptism
  • f. 88v-100 Canons on penitence in the form of question and answer
  • f. 100-112 Sixty-two canons on penitence
  • f. 112-130 Questions and answers of Ss. Basil and Gregory
BnF syr. 62 1,100 CE Syriac

See catalog entry here (especially for the date of the ms)

  • f. 1-89 Didascalia Apostolorum (Teaching of the 12 apostles; with excerpt from the prayer of Manasseh)
  • f. 90-102r Books I-VII of the Apostolic Constitutions attributed to St. Clement
  • f. 102v-107 Extracts from the Teaching of Addai
  • f. 108-112 Collection of all the canons of the holy apostles and of the synods of the Holy Fathers
  • f. 113-121r Book VIII of the canons of Clement
  • f. 121v-128 The great and holy ecumenical council of Nicaea, metropolis of Bithynia, composed by the 318 fathers
  • f. 129-132r The 24 canons fixed at Ancyra in Galatia through the synod which was assembled there
  • f. 132v-133 Twelve other canons from the council assembled at Neo-caesarea
  • f. 134-137r The eight canons established at Gangra
  • f. 137v-146 The council which as gethered at ἐγχαινίοις, at the dedication of the church of Antioch: 28 canons.
  • f. 147-149 Fifty-nine other canons established at Laodicaea in Phrygia
  • f. 150-152 The seventh council, that of Constantinople
  • f. 153 Two canons established at the holy council gathered at Ephesus during the time of Thedosius
  • f. 154-170 Council of the 87 bishops gathered at Carthage during the time of Cyprian
  • f. 171-172 Other canons from a letter written from Italy to the bishops of the East which were sent to the bishops reunited at Antioch
  • f. 173-175r Selected sentences in the letters of the Epistles of St. Ignatius of Antioch
  • f. 175v-183r Extracts from the instruction of St. Peter, bishop of Alexandria and martyr
  • f. 183v-184 Questions addressed to Timothy the Great, Patriarch of Alexandria
  • f. 185-191 Synodicon of Sardis
  • f. 192-194r Letter of St. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria to Abbot Ammon, on obligation of celibacy to monks
  • f. 194v Letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to the priest Paregorius
  • f. 195 Letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to Chorbishops, on the defense of conferring ordination for donations
  • f. 196-197 Letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to the priest, Diodore, in which is a declaration of the legality of marriage of a man with his step-sister
  • f. 198-207r Letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconia
  • f. 207v-212 Letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconia
  • f. 213 Another letter of St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea of Cappadocia, addressed to Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconia
  • f. 214-218r The 27 canons of the council of Chalcedon
  • f. 218v Sentences of Philoxenus of Mabbug
  • f. 218v Sentences of St. Basil regarding heretics who persecute the orthodox
  • f. 219 Sentences of St. Gregory the Theologian
  • f. 219 Extracts of the third letter of St. Damassus
  • f. 219-225 Letter of St. Gregory, bishop of Nyssa to Litoios, bishop of Melitene
  • f. 226-229r Canons of St. Rabbula, bishop of Edessa
  • f. 229v-237r Definition regarding certain chapters addressed to the east in the form of Questions to Holy Fathers
  • f. 237v-241 Various canons and rites established by the council of persian bishops who met at Seleucia-Ktesiphon
  • f. 242 Letter of John, bishop of Egypt, sent to the isle of Cyprus rejecting the council of Chalcedon
  • f. 243-244 Canons established in the time of the persection at the time of Patriarch Severus
  • f. 245r Extracts from a letter addressed to the holy fathers on the two priests and archimandrites named Paul
  • f. 245v Extracts of a letter of St. Constantine, metropolitan of Laodicaea
  • f. 246-247r Extracts of a letter written by a bishop to his friends
  • f. 247v-248r Letter written from Constantinople to Martyrius, Bishop of Antioch
  • f. 248v-253 Extracts from various letters of Severus, patriarch of Antioch
  • f. 254 Five canons of the holy Theodosius, pope of Alexandria
  • f. 254v-255r Letter of St. Anthimus, bishop of Constantinople to Jacob of Edessa
  • f. 255v Definitions on the punishments with monks regarding various sins by St. Basil, bishop fo Caesarea
  • f. 266 Letter of St. Cyril of Alexandria to the monks
  • f. 257 Extracts of the letter of St. Celestine, bishop of Rome, to the clergy at people of Constantinople
  • f. 258 More extracts from the acts of the council of Ephesus
  • f. 261 Four canons about excommunicated clerics, by Sergius, bishop of Amphiator
  • f. 262-266 Recommendations and precepts of the canons regarding clerics, by John Bar-Cursus, Bishop of Tella
  • f. 267-271 Questions on diverse subjects, addressed to the priest Sergius by Mar John Bar-Cursus, Bishop of Tella
  • f. 272 Letter of Patriarch Athanasius on the defense of Christians eating meat sacrificed by Arabs which currently abound
  • f. 273-284 Questions addressed by the priest, Addai Philoponos, to Jacob of Edessa and the response of the same
  • f. 285 Extract from the 107th homily of Gregory the Theologian, on the Gospel passage, "The Pharisees came to find him to test him"
  • f. 286 ff. Precepts which God gave to Moses on abominations
BnF syr. 239 1,493 CE Garshuni

See catalog entry here

  • f. 1-99 The Paradise of the solitaries, or Sayings of the Fathers
  • f. 100-104r Dogmatic definition of the Trinity according to the Syrian Orthodox Church
  • f. 104v-107r Syrian Orthodox dogmatic definitions of the Trinity and the incarnation
  • f. 107v-110r Monastic Rule of St. Anthony
  • f. 110v-112r Another excerpt of the exhortations of St. Anthony
  • f. 112v-119r The teaching of Abba Isaiah
  • f. 119v-121 Another excerpt of Abba Isaiah
  • f. 122-133r Three other excerpts on the doctrine of Abba Isaiah
  • f. 133v-136r Lamentation of Abba Isaiah
  • f. 136v-137r Excert of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 137v-139r Excerpt from Stephen of the Thebaid
  • f. 139v-141 Exerpt from the letters of St. Macarius the Great
  • f. 145-148 Various excerpts of St. Macarius the Great
  • f. 149-152r Another excerpt of the apophthegmata of St. Macarius the Great
  • f. 152v-154r Sentences of the Fathers
  • f. 154v-156r Other sentences
  • f. 156v-166 Homily of Abba Pachomius
  • f. 167-168 Five homilies of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 168 Excerpts of the apophthegmata of Abba Moses
  • f. 169 Discourse of Abba Moses on the thoughts
  • f. 170 Discourse of Abba Moses on sadness
  • f. 171-173 Twelve Discourses of St. Nilus: Spiritual Exhortations
  • f. 174-175 St. Basil, Discourse on the monastic life
  • f. 176 St. Basil, Excerpt from his doctrine
  • f. 176-178r Excerpt from a letter of St. Basil
  • f. 178v-180r Excerpts from the homillies of St. Gregory the Theologian
  • f. 180v-181r Excerpt of a homily of St. Basil
  • f. 181v-188 Homily of St. John Chrysostom
  • f. 189-193r Homily of St. John Chrysostom on those who draw back to the world
  • f. 193v-195 Homily of St. John Chrysostom on penitance and renunciation
  • f. 196-203 Another homily of St. John Chrysostom on penitance
  • f. 204-210r First discourse of St. Macarius the Great
  • f. 210v-213r Second discourse of St. Macarius the Great: On the inner-affections of the soul and its purification
  • f. 213v-216 Third discourse of St. Macarius the Great: on the necessity of combatting demons who oppose those who desire to enter into the way of truth
  • f. 217-218r Letter of St. Macarius to his beloved children
  • f. 218v-219r Second Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 219v-220r Third Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 220r-220v Fourth Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 220v Fifth Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 221 Sixth Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 222 Seventh Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 223 Eighth Letter of St. Macarius
  • f. 223v-225r First homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 225v-227r Second homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 227v Third homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 228-229 Fourth homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 230-231r Sixth homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 231v-234r Seventh homily of Abraham of Nathpar
  • f. 234v On impurity and the villany of demons and the purity of the just
  • f. 235-237 Letter of St. Nilus
  • f. 238v-241r Various excerpts of the doctrine of Phlioxenus of Mabbug
  • f. 241v-243r Discourse on simplicity
  • f. 243v-248r Discourse on the fear of God
  • f. 248v-252 Discourse on poverty
  • f. 253-254r Discourse on mortification of the flesh and asceticism 
  • f. 254v-256 Discourse on mortification of the flesh and asceticism 
  • f. 257-263r Discourse on chastity
  • f. 263v-265 Excerpts of the Book of Obedience
  • f. 266-280r Doctrine of Abba Isaiah, explained by a disciple of Mar Isaac
  • f. 280v-281r Excerpt of the doctrine of Abba Stephen of the Thebaid
  • f. 282-284 Two excerpts of one anonymous author
  • f. 285-287 Letter of Tyrius, addressed to a monk
  • f. 288-289r Another excerpt of Tyrius
  • f. 288-289r Homily on Dorotheus on the palace of the soul
  • f. 291v Excerpts of the Apophthegmata Patrum
  • f. 292r Excerpts of the Lamp of the Sanctuary (by Bar Hebraeus)
  • f. 292v-299r Twenty-seven paragraphs on the solitary life, prayer, etc. (from Barhebraeus, The Book of the Dove)
  • f. 299v-305r Excerpts from "the Spiritual old man"
  • f. 307-308r Excerpts of the Apophthegmata Patrum
  • f. 308v-323 Excerps from the Doctrine of Abba Mark
  • f. 324-326r Excerpts from the doctrin of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 326v-327r Other excerpts from the doctrine of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 327v-330r Other excerpts from the doctrine of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 330v-334 Another dialogue of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 335-337r Another dialogue of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 337v-339r Another dialogue of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 339v-341r Another dialogue of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 341v Another dialogue of John of the Thebaid
  • f. 342 Excerpts from the Apophthegmata Patrum
  • f. 343-345r Other excerpts from the Apophthegmata Patrum
  • f. 345v-349 Other excerpts from the Apophthegmata Patrum
  • f. 350-376 Sixth Homily of Ephrem Syrus on the fear of God
  • f. 377-383r Homily of Ephrem Syrus on charity and faith, and on the second coming of Jesus Christ
  • f. 383v-385r Response of Ephrem Syrus concerning penitence
  • f. 385v-392 Homily of Ephrem Syrus on the end of the world and the Antichrist
  • f. 393 ff. First book of the works of Isaac of Nineveh
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00016) 1,600 CE Garshuni
  • f. 1r-20r Letter that fell from heaven
  • f. 20v-42r Coloquy of Moses
  • f. 42v-45v Questions of Basil and Gregory
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00344) 1,600 CE Garshuni
  • f. 2r-3v Homily
  • f. 3r-5v John Chrysostom, Homily on the denial of Peter
  • f. 6r-11r John Chrysostom, Homily on Great Lent
  • f. 11r-17v John Chrysostom, On repentance and love
  • f. 17v-22v Ephrem Syrus, Homily on repentance and the soul
  • f. 22v-31r John Chrysostom, commentary on the sixth Psalm
  • f. 31v-37r Jacob of Sarug, Homily on the Holy Mysteries, Confession, and Repentance
  • f. 37v-43v John Chrysostom, On Repentance and the rebuke of the soul
  • f. 43v-48v Ephrem Syrus, Homily on the end and the punishment of the world
  • f. 48v-60v Basil, Bishop of Caesarea, Homily on repentance, on the poor Lazarus and the rich man
  • f. 60v-69r John Chrysostom, Homily on the first day of creation
  • f. 69r-75r Jacob of Sarug, Homily on repentance and baptism
  • f. 75v-79v Gregory Nazianzus, Homily on the Nativity of our Lord
  • f. 79v-95v John Chrysostom, Homily on the ten virgins
  • f. 85v-91r John Chrysostom, Homily on Abraham and Isaac, when he took his son to sacrifice him
  • f. 91r-105v John Chrysostom, Homily on Judas' betrayal of Christ
  • f. 106r-114r John Chrysostom, Homily on the Lord's words "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass by me"
  • f. 114v-121v Book of the paradise. Chapter 1. "On the love of the near ones"
  • f. 122v-127r Great miracle of the Virgin Mary that occured in the days of Caliph al-Mamun in Baghdad
Mardin, Turkey Chaldean Cathedral (CCM 00354) 1,682 CE Garshuni
  • f. 1r-97r Psalter
  • f. 97r-108v Canticles of Praise
  • f. 109r-113r Homily 
  • f. 113r-119r John Chrysostom, Homily on repentance, love, and faith
  • f. 119r-126r John Chrysostom, Homily on Psalm 6
  • f. 127r-131v Jacob of Sarug, Homily on the Holy Mysteries, Confession, and repentance
  • f. 132r-137v John Chrysostom, Homily on repentance and the rebuke of the soul
  • f. 137v-142v Ephrem Syrus, Homily on the End and the punishment of the world
  • f. 142v-155v Basil of Caesarea, Homily on repentance, on poor Lazarus and the rich man
  • f. 155v-163v John Chrysostom, Homily on the first day of creation
  • f. 163v-169r Jacob of Sarug, Homily on repentance and for baptism
  • f. 169r-173r Gregory Nazianzus, Homily on the Nativity of our Lord
  • f. 173r-178v John Chrysostom, Homily on the Ten Virgins
  • f. 178v-183r John Chrysostom, Homily on Abraham and Isaac, when he took his son to sacrifice him
  • f. 183r-194v John Chrysostom, Homily on Judas's betrayal of Christ
  • f. 194v-202r John Chrysostom, Homily on Peter's denial of Jesus
  • f. 202r-207v John Chrysostom, Homily on the Lord's words, "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass by me"
Sachau 165; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin 201 1,300 CE Syriac

See entry for Sachau 165

  • Lives and sayings for famous ascetics and church Fathers
    • f. 1-8v Biographical notes about church fathers and Citations of their works
    • f. 8v, 13-25 fragments of a writing about the monastic call
    • f. 9r-9v, 17 fragments of a legend of St. Pior (Identified with Lausaic history ch. 87)
    • f. 9v-12v Admonition of the Apostle Peter
    • f. 12v-16v From the legend of Abba Bishoi about the Isaac who became a Jew
    • f. 16v-18v part of the life of Alexander of Rome
    • f. 18r-19r Patristic citations
    • f. 19r-22r Conversation between teachers and students
    • f. 23r-26v Legends
    • f. 27r-32v Biographical notes about the prophets of the Old Testament
    • f. 32v-36v Notes on the New Testament
Sachau 220; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin 28 800 CE Syriac

See entry for Sachau 220

  • Syrian Orthodox Homiliary; For an ordered breakdown, see the Sachau entry above
    • Basil, f. 9
    • Gregory Nazianzus, f. 3, 4, 26, 28
    • Gregory of Nyssa, f. 6
    • Epiphanius, f. 17
    • John Chrysostom, f. 8, 9, 12, 13, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 41, 43, 47
    • Cyril of Alexandria, f. 13, 15, 17, 49, 50
    • Proclus of Constantinople, f. 40, 41
    • Jacob of Sarug, f. 10, 11, 29
    • Severus of Antioch, f. 10-12, 24, 26, 35, 43, 48
    • Pantoleon Presbyter Byzantinus, f. 48
    • Theodotus the bishop of Ancyra, f. 6
    • Antipater of Bostra, f. 29

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