The present article contributes to the correct reading of the two subscriptions of the well known litrurgical lectionary of the Gospels Sin. gr. 210 (and membra disiecta), an important witness to the Jerusalem liturgy from the ninth century. It restores the name of the person who had commissioned the manuscript in the main colophon at the end of the codex as Menas, physician and later monk at the Sinai monastery, and proposes to consider the Alexandrinian era as used in the milieu of the ms. Christians of Jerusalem, Byzantine and Coptic rite as well as Muslims have been in touch with our codex. They spoke Greek, Arabic and Coptic and this shows the multiethnic, multicultural and multiconfessional milieu where our manuscript was written and used in the last two centuries of the first and the beginning of the second millennium.
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|Titolo:||Le sottoscrizioni e le note dell’evangeliario agiopolita Sinai gr. 210 e Sinai gr., Ne Μγ 12|
|Citazione:||VELKOVA VELKOVSKA, E. (2016). Le sottoscrizioni e le note dell’evangeliario agiopolita Sinai gr. 210 e Sinai gr., Ne Μγ 12. STUDI SULL'ORIENTE CRISTIANO, 20(2), 189-206.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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