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>Manuscript Barberini gr. 336

Manuscript Barberini gr. 336

Greek Text

To save space, we are only reproducing here the texts concerning the ordination of women deacons.

Photocopies from the original manuscript:

Photocopies of the transscription by Jean Morin (Commentarius [sic!] de Sacris Ecclesiae Ordinationibus, publ. Kalverstraat, Antwerp 1695; here pp. 55 - 57. )

The transscription by Stefano Parenti & Elena Velkovska, L’Eucologio Barberini Gr. 336, Bibliotheca «Ephemerides Liturgicae Subsidia» no 80, Edizioni Liturgiche, Roma 2000. For the text here published, see pp. 170-174.

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