||Praxapostolus; Apocalypsis cum prologis, capitulis, subscr., scholiis, specialibus
||- The BL digitization appears to be complete with bindings and flyleaves.
- The VMR reproduction of the microfilm appears to be complete for the ancient part of the manuscript.
- Τhe codex, mutilated at the beginning, appears to be the second part of Vind. Suppl. gr. 164, given the correspondent numbers of quires and the fact that they were written by the same scribe Andrew of Olene (cf. Weyl Carr 1991, p. 674).
- In the scribal colophon on f. 149v, the scribe mentions that the manuscript took three years to complete. He gives the end date as 1111 (͵ϛχιθʹ) meaning that he began the process in 1109, when the Tetraeuangelium was finished.