Codex Vaticanus 2061 has survived in a fragmentary condition
The manuscript has survived in a fragmentary condition, are written in several types of uncial script, is a double palimpsest with the biblical text, was examined de Montfaucon by Bernard. The oldest text is from the 10th century from the 5th century, was published in 1884 by Giuseppe Cozza-Luzi, is written in three columns. Angelo Mai and Bernard de Montfaucon saw the manuscript. Scrivener designated by Hebrew letter, is a Greek uncial manuscript of the New Testament on parchment. The codex contains, Pauline epistles and General epistles in a fragmentary condition, was cited in Novum Testamentum Graece of Nestle-Aland, is now located in the Vatican Library.
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