Greek literary hands, A.D. 400-1600, Parts 400-1600
This book traces the development of Greek literary hands, summarizing what can be deduced about the main characteristics of different styles of writing in different periods. The 110 examples are arranged by style of writing so that similar patterns are easily detectable; each page of plates is faced by a page of description and transcription.
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abbot of monastery Abbreviations Arethas Aristotle Athos avx(dv avxov Bibliotheque nationale Bodleian Breathings Byzantine Calabria Chrysostom Circumflex accent Codices Commentary comparable script include Constantinople copied dated example Diaeresis documentary hands earliest dated elvai facsimiles Follieri Gospels Greek manuscripts Gregory of Nazianzus Grottaferrata iegevg indiction Ioannes ioxi ioxiv Ixei Ixovg Lake Lefort and Cochez letters ligatures line ends manuscripts with comparable manuscrits grecs Menaion minuscule minuscule manuscripts Mute ngdg ngog nomina sacra novaxdg occasionally Omont Oxford Parchment Paris gr Plate from fol pure minuscule Reggio Calabria rr)v Ruling scholia scribe Sobolevski Stoudion style of writing Theotokos Turyn twelfth century Typikon uncial uncial forms Undated manuscripts Vatican x(ai x(ov x(rjg xai xd xaig xavxa xaxd xfjg xoig xov dyiov xovg xovxo xr)v xrjg y(dg