MS. Arm. d. 22
The Four Gospels, 16th century, illustrated with 14 full-page miniature paintings.
The apocryphal verses 16:9-20 excluded.
The episode of the ‘Woman taken in adultery’ is excluded.
Double columns of 23 lines per page. Margins in the middle and the outer borders marked by double lines using red ink. The synoptic numbers are placed in the lower margins. 210 × 120 mm.
Written in medium bolorgir script in black ink. Verse initials in red ink.
Dark brown leather over wooden boards. The top cover has a central cross surrounded by borders. The back cover is stamped with floral and geometric patterns. The binding has been restored. The front and back covers have been pasted down onto matching modern leather with a new spine, but preserving the original flap. The inside of the front cover is lined with red printed cloth, while the back has red and white doublures. The cloth inside the flap does not match that of the covers.
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