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W.530.C, The four Evangelists and two Apostles


This image originally faced the beginning of the Acts of the Apostles in a late eleventh-century psalter and New Testament in Mount Athos, Vatopedi Monastery MS 762. It seems likely that in this manuscript, the scribe and illuminator were the same person.

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    1. fol. 211r

      W.530.C, fol. 211r
    2. fol. 211v

      W.530.C, fol. 211v

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