Cambridge, Trinity College, O.8.33

Images: Trinity College

Other shelfmark(s): James 1408

Physical description: paper, 21.5 × 16 cm, 429 fols., 1 col. Fols. 390–399 lost and others bound out-of-sequence: fols. 413a and 414a are placed between fols. 414 and 415, fols. 475 and 476 between fol. 429 and 430; fols. 430–459 and index catalogued as O.2.34.

Language: Greek

Date: 16th cent.

Provenance: unknown; scribe identified as Abraham.

Contents:

Acts of Andrew and Matthias (CANT 236; 30v–41r)

Apocalypse of the Virgin (CANT 327; fols. 56v–61)

1 Apocryphal Apocalypse of John (CANT 331; fols. 98r–102v)

Ps.-Clementines (Metaphrastic epitome) (CANT 209.7; fols. 387v–429v)

Additional contents: Aesop’s Fables, works of John Chrysostom, Gregory of Nazianzenus, Ephrem Graecus, and others.

Catalogs:

James, M. R. The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge: a Descriptive Catalogue. 3 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1902 (vol. 3, pp. 428–35).

Other online databases: Pinakes

Entry created by Tony Burke, York University (tburke@yorku.ca), 24 October 2017.