Angelicus Codex

Angelicus Codex of the Greek New Test., belonging to the Angelica Library of the Augustinian monks at Rome (A 2,15), designated formerly Passionei (so called after its possessor, the cardinal Passionei), and designated by the letter G, but now L 2, contains Acts from 8, 10, μις τοῦ θεοῦ, and the Catholic and Pauline epistles down to Heb 13:10, οὐκ ἔχουσιν. It belongs to the 9th century, and was collated by Scholz, Fleck, Tischendorf (1843), and Tregelles (1845). (B. P.)

 
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