MS. Pococke 415
Doctrinal, 17th cent.
I.e. 'Confession of faith of orthodox, who confess one nature in the Divine Christ, and one Godhead in teh Trinity'. There is another title written by the same hand in the middle of f. 2(b): Դաւանութ՟ի յԵփեսոսի ս՟բ ժողովուն բ՟ճ՟ հայրպ՟տաց, i.e. 'Confession of Faith of the 200 fathers in the Council of Ephesus'. THis form of confession is recited in the evening ceremony introductory to the ordination of a priest.
A marginal note wrongly attributes this tract to St. Nerses Shnorhali.
Written in Nōtrgir script
Provenance and Acquisition
This MS. was bought in 1693, in the collection of Edward Pococke, D.D., the Orientalist.
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