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<p>One hundred two leaves (anciently sewed). Upright, square uncial script in dark brown and red ink; two columns to a page. For a full description of the manuscript, see: Sanders, Henry A. “The Old Testament Manuscripts in the Freer Collection” (University of Michigan Humanistic Series, Volume V111), Part I. (The McMillan Co., 1912 and 1917).</p>
<p>Large Slavonic sloping uncial writing in medium brown ink, numbers and titles in red; 24 lines to the page; 7 leaves, fragmentary. For a full description of the manuscript, see Sanders, Henry A.: Old Testament Manuscripts in the Freer Collection, Part II (University of Michigan Humanistic Series, volume VIII).</p>
<p>The Epistles of Paul (fragmentary): eighty four leaves with legible writing plus 168 fragments; stored in separate envelopes. Upright, square uncial script in brown ink; traces of additions of red ink in titles; one column to a page.</p>
<p>The Four Gospels, in one volume, bound in painted board covers (F1906.297-298). Small, sloping uncial writing in dark brown ink; one column; 30 lines to the page; 372 written pages on 187 leaves. For a full description, see: Sanders, Henry A. “Washington Manuscript of the Gospels” University of Michigan Humanistic Series, Vol. IX, Part l.</p>