NT Majuscule 015 (H): A Sixth Century Manuscript of the Pauline Epistles

 

41 leaves survive in a variety of locations after being used in the binding of codices at Mount Athos.

The large square uncials are written in stichometric lines (16 lines per page). At a later date breathings and accents were added (and the text retouched).

 

This page (from Paris, BN, Cod. Suppl. Gr. 1074; fol. 9v) contains 1 Tim 2.2-6

 

 

 

 

The Modern Locations:

 

Athos, Lavra 8 fol. 2 Cor 10.8-12,

2 Cor 10.18 11.6;

2 Cor 11.12-12.2;

Gal 1.1-4

Gal 2.14-17

Kiev, Zentr. Wiss. Bibl. F. 301 (KDA) 26p 3 fol. 2 Cor 4.2-7

1 Thess 2.9-13

1 Thess 4.5-11

Moscow, Hist. Mus. 563 2 fol. Heb 10.1-7

Heb 10.32-38

Moscow, Russ. Staatsbibl. F.270.1a.70.1 1 fol. Heb 1.3-8

Paris, Bibl. Nat. Suppl. Gr. 1074 10 fol. Gal 4.30-5.5

Col 1.26-2.8

Col 2.20-3.4

Heb 12.10-15

Heb 13.24f

1 Tim 1.7-2.13

Paris, Bibl. Nat. Coislin 202 12 fol. 1 Cor 10.22-29

1 Cor 11.9-16

Heb 2.11-16

Heb 3.13-18

Heb 4.12-15

1 Tim 3.7-13

Tit 1.1-3

Tit 1.15-2.5

Tit 3.13-15 & Subscript

St. Petersburg, Russ. Nat. Bibl. Gr. 14 3 fol. Gal 1.4-10

Gal 2.9-14

Col 3.4-11

Turin, Bibl. Naz. A.1 2 fol. 1 Tim 6.9-13

2 Tim 2.1-9