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Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke has been misbound;

colours and gold. Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke

Headpiece with geometric and foliate decoration and inscribed with title in coloured display capitals, and decorated initial 'T'. Missing leaves at the beginning and after ff. 1, 23, 36, 135, 197, 219.Pericopes arranged according to the ecclesiastical calendar. Headpieces

Calendar page for January, with marginal scenes, including the water carrier, Aquarius. The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts

Double-page with a historiated initial 'A'(d) with a monkey standing on a dog, and full borders, in the Book of Hours. The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution

Miniature of the Flight into Egypt, with an historiated initial 'D'(eus) of a mourner, and a bas-de-page scene of the Entombment of Christ, at the beginning of Vespers in the Hours of the Virgin. The manuscript was severely damaged

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

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