Barberini Manuscript

Barberini Manuscript (CODEX BARBERINUS), which belongs to the Barberini Library at Rome, No. 225, and is now designated by the letter Y, is a fragment (six leaves) of John's gospel, written on vellum, in folio, probably of the 8th century. It contains Joh 16:3 - 19:41 prefixed to a Codex of the gospels (G 392) furnished with Theophylact's commentaries, of the 12th century. The text is mixed, and lies about midway between Cod. A and Cod. B, i.e. between the Vatican and Alexandrinus. Scholz imperfectly collated the fragment, and Tischendorf published it entire, with a facsimile, in his Monumenta Sacra Inedita, in 1846. SEE MANUSCRIPTS, BIBLICAL. (B. P.)

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