Re: Codex Syriacus Secundus
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Gregory Kessel
>ms known as Codex Syriacus Secundus was recently sold at Christie's
> It may be of interest to many on the list that a precious melkite
for 96,000 USD (it was published in facsimile Strothmann W., (hrg.),
Codex syriacus secundus. Bibel-Palimpsest aus dem 6./7. Jh. (Katalog
Hiersemann 500/3) (Göttinger Orientforschungen : Reihe 1, Syriaca ;
Bd. 13), Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1977).
> The manuscript used be housed at the Cincinnati museum center andsome scholars tried to get a copy of it, but were unsuccessful. The
new location of the manuscript is not anounced.
Very interesting indeed - thank you! I'm glad that I didn't know
about the sale, as there were many items one might covet.
All the best,