Or. 929 (University Library, Cambridge University)
In four languages in parallel columns. The Syriac column is the Syrohexapla version.
Written in pointed Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, and Arabic in four columns in each page-opening, apparently all by the same scribe, in red and black, and probably in the 14th century. The Syriac script is an archaizing serto with some estrangela.
Bound in Cambridge in quarter leather.
Provenance and Acquisition
Presented by the friends of H. F. B. Lynch (d. 1913), 1915.