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Earliest known date attached to four Gospels
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Thirdwoe Wrote:...

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At least that description is quite clear about the existence of a Gospel of the first century.

That's Codex 90, the Homilies by the Patriarch Elia. So we still do not know the catalog number of the Gospel?

The Codex 91 starts on page 489 (the codex numbers on the menu don't matches the numbers of the document). This manuscript have 149 folios, described between the pages 489 and 493. The inscription occurs on the folio 140 - page 492 of the document.

Folio 141 have a comentarie by a Machicha, bishop of Gesluna (I think he is the same as Makkikha, a Patriarch from 11th century), "at the and of a very ancient gospel", I just don't figure out if is the same gospel refered on folio 140.

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Re: Earliest known date attached to four Gospels - by Phil - 03-21-2009, 04:39 AM

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