|Creator:||Moschopoulos, Manuel, b. ca. 1265?|
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Script: Written in neat Greek minuscule by a single scribe. A colophon (incomplete) on f. 148r indicates that Andronikos Pazikeos wrote the manuscript while a captive in Constantinople.
Headpiece (f. 1r), headings and many initials, 3- to 1-line, in red.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Red goatskin, gold-tooled. Edges gilt. Bound by C. Lewis (London, 1807-36).
Manuscript on paper (watermarks in gutter) of Manuel Moschopulos (fl. 1282-1320), Erotemata grammatika.
ff. ii + 148 + ii : paper ; 216 x 142 (152 x 85) mm.
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