St. Mark's Convent, Jerusalem 2-14

See entry at CPART and in Macomber

  • f. 1r-199v Syrian Orthodox Missal
    • f. 1r Table of Contents
    • f. 1v-16v Lections suitable for the Mass
    • f. 16v-21r Lections of the Thursday of the Mysteries, of the Saturday of Good News and of feasts of our Lord
    • f. 21v-31r Short anaphora of St. James
    • f. 31rv Prayer of the Saturday of Good News, which is recited in place of the prayer of peace
    • f. 31v-39v Anaphora of the Twelve blessed Apostles
    • f. 39v-50r Anaphora of St. John the Evangelist
    • f. 50r-55v Anaphora of St. Dionysius of Amida, that is, Jacob Barsalibi. This is the first anaphora of Dionysius Barsalibi
    • f. 55v-61v Anaphora of St. Xystus, Patriarch of Rome
    • f. 61v-68v Anaphora of Matthew Pastor
    • f. 68v-75r Short anaphora of Simon Peter
    • f. 75r-81r Anaphora of St. Iwannis, Bishop of Harran
    • f. 81r-94v Anaphora of St. Jacob Burd'oyo (Baradaeus)
    • f. 94v-113r Anaphora of St. Jacob of Sarug
    • f. 113r-126v Liturgy of St. Cyriacus, Patriarch of Antioch
    • f. 126v-134r Anaphora of St. Eustathius, Archbishop of Antioch
    • f. 134r-148r Anaphora of St. Marutha of Tagrit
    • f. 148r-160r Anaphora of St. Moshe Bar Kepha
    • f. 160r-168v Liturgy of St. Philoxenus of Mabbug
    • f. 168v-183r Anaphora of the holy and great Severus, Patriarch of Antioch
    • f. 183r-193v Anaphora of the evangelist St. Mark
    • f. 194r-199v Huttame–Prayers of the final blessing
      • f. 194r-195r Huttama of St. Jacob of Sarug
      • f. 195r-196r Another of St. Jacob of Sarug
      • f. 196r-198r Another of St. Ephrem Syrus
      • f. 198r-199v Another in Garshuni
Manuscript Name: 
SMC 2-14
Garshuni, Syriac
Approximate Date: 
1400 CE
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