BSMS_446 (University Library, Cambridge University)
New Testament in the Peshitta version.
The last two leaves are partly cut or worn away.
Written in a classical E. Syriac estrangela by a monk Marqos, at the Monastery of Mar Michael above Mosul, in 1205/6 CE.
Bound in wooden boards which previously had clasps. Canvas that covered the boards and formed a backstrip is partly perished.
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