The codex Taur. B.V. 33 (Pas. gr. 179) was written by three scribes whose handwriting can be dated in the second half of the XV century. The main copyst is the same who transcribed ff. 218r-284r of Par. gr. 2153, a miscellaneous codex written by a several scribes probably in Mistra in the XV century. Contents of the manuscript and philological data suggest that Taur. B.V. 33 was presumably written in Constantinolple after 1453 in the anti-latin milieu. Finally, in the second half of the XVI century, it was owned and annotated by Gabriel Severos, metropolitan of Philadelphia.
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