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32937 GA 2937

MS 122
Ancient Greek
11th century CE

Located by Mina Monier and H. A. G. Houghton at the Greek Orthodox Patriarchal Library of Alexandria in February 2018, GA 2937 is an alternating catena on the four Gospels. Palaeographically, it is dated to the 11th century (Parpulov, 2022). It is made of 263 parchment (240 × 200mm) folios. The Gospels conclude with the subscriptions known as the Jerusalem Colophons. The part of Mark extends between folios 42v to 95r. Its catena contains the Shorter Ending and several passages discussing the presence of the Long Ending in the different manuscripts the catenist accessed. After quoting Gregory of Nyssa (PG 96 cols. 644-5) and the letter of Isidore of Pelusium to Timothy the Reader (PG 78 col. 257-260) on the problem of counting the “three days” prior to the resurrection, the catenist concludes the Gospel of Mark with a passage, discussing the presence of the long ending in earlier copies. Mina Monier, SNSF MARK16 project, SIB Lausanne (CH), © CC-BY 4.0
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