Leaves [228-263] are later additions, containing the synaxarium and menology.
Binding: Black leather over wooden boards; rebacked in 19th century.
Minuscule script; 1 column of 18 lines (10.5 x 8.5 cm.).
Four headpieces (partially flaked), 2 with figural decoration; 4 ornamental initials.
Colophon at leaf  verso in a non-scribal hand.
John VII:53-VIII:11 is omitted from the original text, but is supplied by a 13th century hand in the margin. Cf. Goodspeed, American Journal of Theology 15, 1911, p. 270.
Commonly known as the "Codex Torontonensis".
Palaeographically related to Paris, Bibl. Nat. cod. gr. 164, dated 1070. Cf. Vikan, Illuminated Greek Manuscripts, 1973, p. 116.
Microfilm duplicate 133.
Cf. De Ricci & Wilson,
Gift; Estate of Canon Henry Scadding; 1901; RB223616.