Apocalypse and Commentary on the Apocalypse by Andrew of Caesarea [end of 19th century]

Description: The manuscript is the text of the Revelation or the Apocalypse with the interpretations of three other authors, one of them is the archbishop Andrew Cesarean. The two other are anonymous interpreters. It is assumed that this manuscript was created by scribes scriptorium in the settlement of Old Believers Nizhneirginsk the Middle Urals. This hypothesis is based on similarities of decorative elements of this book and design books and ikons, which have been made near Nizhneirginsk. Extent and format of original material: One bound volume containing 344 folios, 320 mm x 260 mm. Unsatisfactory condition. Pages cut off from the text block. and first few pages are lost. The binding boards and first few pages are lost. Without filigrees. Physical characteristics of original: Unsatisfactory condition. Pages cut off from the text block. and first few pages are lost. The binding boards and first few pages are lost. Without filigrees.

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