Manuscript 29. This Service in honour of hieromartyr Kyrpianos and Justine the virgin martyress is celebrated on October 2nd. Manuscript dimensions: 215 X 148 mm. Paper, ff. III+12+IV. Initials are simple, in black ink and small. Poor ornamentation on the top and bottom. Inscription with the date of writing is found in f. 12r and reads: ''Ταύτην τήν δέλτον...Ιερεμίω τω αθλίω. ΑΩΗ Μαϊω ΙΗ

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Manuscript 21. Late Byzantine Notation. The Service of Akathistos Hymn is sung and recited every Friday of the Great Lent except the last before Palm Sunday. Dimensions of the manuscript: 152 X 115. Paper, ff. VIII+127. New leather binding from 1994. Ornamental heading in on f. 1r. New Greek Style. Black and red ink. Initials: Red ink for the initials of standard eighteenth century shape. One smaller initial is at the beginning of the text, f. 1r. According to the signatures above the chants, this volume was used by the church choirs rather than by the soloists during the late 18th century. Paper is thin and shiny, quite good quality, but much worn by use. Probably written by Anastasios of Rapsane near Larissa, Greece.It is very rare for the Akathistos Hymn to be discovered in an 18th century music manuscripts.

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Fragmentary text of Hexaemeros on Parchment. The only surviving 5 leafs of a book written by Saint Neophytos. Each leaf is accompanied by the printed corresponding text of the Hexaemeros edition of 1779. Probably copied in the Enkleistra of Saint Neophytos before his death (1220 A.D.)

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The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. Manuscript on paper. Dimensions 215 X 153 mm. Contains 11 leafs. Scribe is Leontios the Hieromonk, probably a Cypriot who worked at Kykko monastery. These 11 leafs belong to a larger manuscript (signature : MS Kykkos no ''Nea 2'' recently changed to ''no 42''. According to the watermarks it was copied ca. 1695 A.D.

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