A catalogue of Armenian Manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries

MS. Arm. g. 10

Oriental Manuscripts


Perpetual Calendar, 17th cent.

1. f. 18(b)
Language(s): Armenian

Պարզատումար, i.e. 'Simplified Calendar'. Consisting of a series of 35 and a half separate calendars, to be chosen according to the Easter-day of the year, which can fall, in its limit from the 22n March to the 25th April, and govern all the moveable feasts of the year. To each of these calendars is applied one of the 36 letters of the Armenian alphabet, called the year-letter (Տարեգիր), as it appears at the head of each calendar. This calendar, in tabular form, is published in the Arm. Psalters, and in French in the Dulaurier's Chronologie Armenienne (Paris, 1859), with a preliminary notice, pp. 401-405.

2. f. 1
Language(s): Armenian
3. f. 119(b)
Incipit: Նած և առաջին Նազարէթ աղբիւր …
Language(s): Armenian


Physical Description

Form: codex
Dimensions (leaf): 4" × 3" × 1.375" in.



Written in Nōtrgir script


Origin: 17th cent.

Record Sources

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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