Lectionary 15 (Greek 302) l-e [K] – Produced in the 1200s.
Lectionary 63 (Greek 277)– The “Blue Fish Lectionary,” produced in the 900s. Full-color images. Written in uncial-script with colorful initials.
|Fol. 105 of a lectionary from the 800s|
written in uncial script.
|MS 9, fol. 436 (from 1167/8):|
John, writing his Gospel
and getting his picture taken.
In addition, a Greek Gospels-manuscript which was not mentioned in the earlier list of Greek manuscripts at Gallica should be included. Its catalog-number is MS 1.916 at the National and University Library of Strasbourg, but I have not tracked down its Gregory-Aland identification-number. Its full-color page-views include the opening pages of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Another lectionary is listed only as National and University Library of Strasbourg MS 1.914.