||Praxapostolus cum catenis; Andreae Caesariensis Comm. in Apocalypsin cum prologis, specialibus
||001-24, 028-332, 334-378
||10 (4/4)-11 (1/4)
||- For f. 25-27, and 333 see UniProd 2.S and 3.S.
- Although New Testament scholars dated the manuscript to the 11th century, a dating to the 10th century cannot be excluded neither for paleographic nor historical reasons. At the end, the manuscript contains an index of Byzantine emperors which ends with Basileios II (976 to 1025). So, there is a chance that the manuscript was produced in the last quarter of the 10th century.