The Illustration of Cod. Sinai. Gr. 339

Anderson, Jeffrey C.
June 1979
Art Bulletin;Jun79, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p167
Academic Journal
Examines the Middle Byzantine manuscript at Saint Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai, the Cod. gr. 339. Text of the manuscript by 4th century Cappadocian Father, Gregory of Nazianzen; Decorative impulse behind the design of the manuscript.


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