MS. Laud Or. 202
Polyglot Vocabulary, 16th cent.
1. f. 1
In three columns, and in the alphabetical order of the Turkish alphabet. The latter is written in neskhi or Arabic letters. It contains about 1500 words.
2. f. 61(b)
That is Turkish, French and Armenian.
3. f. 66(b)
Title: Lord's Prayer in Armenian
4. f. 66
Title: Armenian Alphabet, with names of letters and phonetic values, both in eastern and western pronunciation, in French and Armenian
Dimensions (leaf): 6.75" × 4.75" in.
Written in Nōtrgir script
Origin: 16th cent.
Manuscript description based on: Baronian, Sukias, Rev.; Conybeare, F. C. (Frederick Cornwallis); Catalogue of the Armenian manuscripts in the Bodleian Library; Oxford, at the Clarendon Press 1918
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